JPants wrote: »
So I decided to skim back thru the thread and write up a barebones summary of what we've encountered/learned. It's got our open hooks at the top, the current map, and a really basic summary of our journey so far. Let me know if there's anything I missed or got wrong.https://docs.google.com/document/d/1EW93c6RNVXXsDpbmNwtTPuOCqRxtfsjgyiTRYQyj9y8/edit?usp=sharing
One thing I noticed upon re-reading the thread is that after we crossed the river the path turned West to get to this tower and we were trying to go East. Once we leave here we should head back and start bushwhacking if we want to go after those tools still.@Kelor I assume we can take extended rests in the wild if we don't make it back to Dawnbreak by the time we need one (I also assume sleeping in the woods has it's own issues), is that correct?
captaink wrote: »
Sinnder believes the group should push on an accomplish its original stated mission of retrieving the tools before returning to Dawnbreak. She is neither for or against the idea of camping in the woods.Also Kelor let me say that fight was awesome. I know it took a long time but them having a few different special abilities and the rising tension was really cool.
I also think the format updates of posting defenses, HP, bloodied/dead special abilities worked pretty well, as did the dynamic map.
Kelor wrote: »
I wasn't sure if you were going to activate the portal or not.
BahamutZERO wrote: »
"Less careful than what? A bunch of adventurers who found a mysterious portal and started putting runes in it at random?" Yona snarks as she heads back up to the surface.
Kelor wrote: »
The trail fades somewhat after crossing the water, becoming rougher, marked more by the consistent space between trees than being worn with use. It heads south briefly, before swinging in a long rising arc to the west for almost three miles. The grass becomes bumpier, inconsistent, rocky. Eventually you come to realise that they're not just rocks, but masonry. As you continue on, you begin to see the squat remains of a tower's structure. Black scorchmarks scar the remaining blockwork, which now stands only waist high. Great clawmarks have gouged the stonework, the resulting violence of which you've been walking over for the past fifteen minutes.