Combat Map - Turn 35

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

GoM: What Lurks in the Woods - GM Turn Post 2

The homesteads nearest the city belong to farmers. When asked about the recent goblin sightings, the farmers point the party further up the road. Eventually, the dirt roads give way to smaller, worn-down trails. Pastures thick with green grass and dotted with sheep and other livestock replace the rows of wheat and vegetables. Soon, you can faintly make out the sound of running water nearby.

As the party nears a stream, a young shepherd bolts across one of the nearby fields, clearly terrified by something behind him. He shouts and gestures frantically toward whatever he’s fleeing. “I saw them!” he screams. “Goblins! They’re in the woods! They took our sheep! You have to do something!”

What do you do?

Starting positions are displayed on the combat map.

Please submit your turn instructions using the Player Action Response - Turn Post Template. If you are planning to use a specific skill, please list the skill and the associated roll(s) along with your 5 d20 rolls.
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Conditions:

N/A
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Map Key:

N/A
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Party Health:

Cando Numida (19/19), Wahesh Captain (20/20), Stabem (17/17), Lady Emyralda (16/16), Ro-Mahn (15/15), Barnacleez (19/19), Lou G'Boo (9/9)

GoM: What Lurks in the Woods – Turn Results 1

After accepting the mission from the Mayor, the party made their final preparations and exited the city, moving through the Traveler’s Square and out the gate north of the Gallows’ Graveyard. 

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

On Vacation for a Few Days

I will be away for the holiday starting tomorrow. I do not expect to be checking in on the game very seriously until Monday or Tuesday next week.

While I am away, feel free to get me your Day Job rolls and updated characters and post questions for the Mayor as appropriate.

GoM: What Lurks in the Woods - GM Turn Post 1

In the interest of keeping momentum, we can start the next adventure without new character sheets but cannot go too far.
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Shortly after your last interrogation of Gellion, Mayor Sandra Trinelli reaches out to you directly to request a meeting at your earliest convenience. After arriving at Saringallow Town Hall, the party is lead to the Mayor's office.

Golden beams of light stream into this comfortable-but-official room’s picture window, illuminating a cluttered wooden desk and an empty chair pushed haphazardly to the side. Between the window and the desk strides Mayor Sandra Trinelli, who, brow furrowed, has clearly worn a pacer’s path into the plush red carpet. Noticing her visitors, she sighs in determined resignation and steps behind her desk, leaning over it gravely.

“I’m glad you’ve arrived,” she says, a measure of relief creeping into her strained voice. “Our town is dealing with its share of troubles right now, and this unknown menace beyond our walls has me the most worried.”

She takes a deep breath as if composing herself, and sits carefully in her chair, assuming a self-assured posture that seems to come to her much more naturally.

“Specifically, we may have a goblin problem,” the mayor continues. “I’ve recently received reports of goblins lurking in the woods outside of town. There have been no attacks yet—only minor damage to fences and some stolen sheep, I’m told—but we can’t afford to let our guard down. Given how we suffered during the Goblinblood Wars, we can’t assume that these scattered sightings are meaningless when they might very well mean that a major warband is about to descend on our heads.

“Even worse, it seems that these goblins are covered in some unholy manner of filth—even more so than normal! If word about that gets out, well, folks might start to panic. We are a superstitious lot here in Saringallow, as I’m sure you know.

“In short, we need to move quickly and deal with these goblins before they become a larger threat. Sending members of the town guard out into the woods, though, could leave us open to attack. I’m sure you see my dilemma.

“This is where I’d like you to intercede, my friends. Find out where the goblins are coming from and who—if anyone—is leading them, then take out the threat. I can offer you a bounty of 5 gold pieces for each goblin you kill, 10 gold pieces for each goblin dog, and an additional bonus of 100 gold pieces if you bring me proof that you’ve destroyed their camp or otherwise dealt with whatever additional threat they pose.

“Most of the sightings have originated from the area northwest of town, particularly near the homesteaders out by Clover Stream. That’s probably a good place to start your investigation. Aside from that, I’m afraid I don’t have much else to tell you. Unless you have any specific questions?”

Adventure Complete

I have reported the first adventure. As I stated before, only Lady Emyralda has been registered on the Paizo site (and she is listed as Grand Lodge vs. Scarab Sages).

I will send out chronicles once we have wrapped up any Day Job rolls. If you have a Craft, Profession or Perform skill, you may attempt to earn a little extra money. Please provide your rolls.

In the meantime, a copy of the chronicle is shown below. You have earned 3 XP, 4 PP and 1436 GP and all of the boons.

Please send me your updated, 2nd level character sheets. Once I have one from everyone, we can proceed with the next adventure in earnest.

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed – Turn Results 48

The Mayor thanked the party again for its service and for explaining the nature of the Demon’s Bile and its likely influence on Gellion. “You have given me much to consider. When the time comes, I will speak on the boy’s behalf and seek leniency. For now, it is best to let them all rest and heal.”

Gellion returned to his old self over the course of a few days of treatment. He was utterly ashamed of his actions and fell into deep remorse. He did not remember much of what he did while under the influence of the Demon’s Bile. He remembered a desperate urge to ingest the bile, but after that, he only had recollections of disturbing dreams and an obsession with “bringing the demon worms home.”

When asked about what he did with Nixa Volsetti, Gellion had no memory of the event. Based upon what the Pathfinders told him, he suggested that they speak to the Mayor about recent nearby goblin sightings.

[This concludes the adventure Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed]

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed - GM Turn Post 48

Word of the apprentices’ rescue and return to the temple soon reaches the Mayor. Sandra Trinelli comes to the temple and requests an update from the Pathfinders. After an explanation of everything that the party encountered, the Mayor pays the agreed upon fee. With visible relief, she commends the party, “You have expertly resolved both tasks I put before you. The vermin issue is resolved and all six apprentices have been returned alive.”

She continues in a more somber tone, “Things are likely to go poorly for the Vazarro boy. The townsfolk will want to see him harshly punished for his actions. Saringallow has a long memory and no patience for dark deeds perpetrated against vulnerable youth. There is no understanding why anyone would do such terrible things.”

Do you try to defend or explain Gellion’s actions?

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed – Turn Results 47

The party took the apprentices to the Temple of Erastil. It was a slow procession of the walking wounded. The trussed up and unconscious Gellion was carried over Cando’s shoulder.

A visibly relieved Ildris Ruvarra met the group as they were shown to the infirmary. Gellion was restrained and eventually regained consciousness. The youth did not recognize his family or any of his friends. He continued to rave about demon worms, the Mother and his hunger. When food was presented, Gellion refused to eat and insisted that “only Mother can feed me!” Most people he treated indifferently but he clearly showed hatred toward the party, especially Lady Emyralda.

The party shared their knowledge of the Demon’s Bile with Ildris Ruvarra and the priest began a course of treatment accordingly. “The boy must have ingested some of the Demon’s Bile. He has been infected and the disease has a hold on his mind. If we can shake loose that hold, the boy should recover.”

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed - GM Turn Post 47

The unconscious apprentice is easily tied up and restrained. A search of Gellion’s person revealed two potions, two flasks of acid, a smokestick, a tanglefoot bag, a thunderstone and an antitoxin. He was wearing a chain shirt and had a masterwork heavy mace and a light crossbow with 25 bolts. A search of the room yields 550 GP worth of alchemical ingredients.

Destroying the remaining Demon Bile is easily accomplished with a combination of cold iron weapons, channeling and Disrupt Undead spells.

The five figures in the Demon Bile prove to be the missing apprentices. When Lady Emyralda channels again to destroy the Demon Bile surrounding them, she also heals the apprentices. The five are still in bad shape but are now conscious. They are filled with disbelief and sadness over Gellion’s betrayal. More than once you hear the question, “How could he?” 

After taking a long look at Gellion, Nolaria addresses the party, “We should get him to the Temple of Erastil and all of us for that matter. They will be best equipped to treat our wounds and afflictions.” She looks around again, and moans. “Gellion also abducted my cousin, Nixa Volsetti! She is no longer here. Gellion tied her up and dragged her away, muttering something about leaving her in the woods to the west as he left.”

What do you do now?

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed – Turn Results 46

Lady Emyralda moved east toward the action and channeled positive energy again. She excluded Gellion from the effect. The burst healed her and Cando to full and destroyed the Demon Bile halfway down the eastern wall. This caused Gellion to shouted in rage. Barnacleez cast Disrupt Undead and targeted the apprentice. The spell did not seem to have any significant effect. Ro-Mahn move to surround Gellion, setting up opposite of Stabem.

Cando shouted for Wahesh to step to the side to provide flanking. The human fighter took his attacks first and scored a hit with the flat of his longsword and dealt 7 non-lethal damage.  He stepped to the right as requested. Cando swung with the flat of his axe and struck the apprentice along the side of the head for another 5 non-lethal damage. Gellion crumpled and fell to the floor unconscious. Stabem gave him a shot to the ribs with his big halfling foot dealing another 10 non-lethal damage to make sure that he was not faking.

Monday, May 22, 2017

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed - GM Turn Post 46

Begin Combat Round 4.

Starting positions are displayed on the combat map.

Current initiative order:

Initiative 24: Lady Emyralda
Initiative 22: Barnacleez
Initiative 21: Ro-Mahn
Initiative 21: Cando
Initiative 11: Wahesh
Initiative 10: Gellion
Initiative 6: Stabem

Please submit your turn instructions using the Player Action Response - Turn Post Template. If you are planning to use a specific skill, please list the skill and the associated roll(s) along with your 5 d20 rolls.
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Conditions:

N/A
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Map Key:

Squares K16, L16, J17, K17, J18 contain unconscious, helpless people.
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Party Health:

Cando Numida (11/13), Wahesh Captain (12/12), Stabem (10/10), Lady Emyralda (8/10), Ro-Mahn (9/9),
Barnacleez (12/12), Lou G'Boo (6/6)

Lady Emyralda -3 Dex

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed – Turn Results 45

Lady Emyralda regained her feet and channeled positive energy healing 5 damage from herself and Cando and removed the injuries from Barnacleez and Lou B’Goo. Barnacleez moved back to the top of the room and cast a Magic Missile spell targeting Gellion. The sorcerer’s last 1st level spell struck the apprentice for 4 damage. As he was out of sight, Ro-Mahn did not benefit from Lady Emyralda’s channeling of positive energy. The rogue pulled out a Potion of Cure Light Wounds and drank it. The magical fluid healed the rogue in full.

Cando stepped forward and attacked Gellion using the flat sides of his double axe. The half-orc took two mighty swings but missed the apprentice twice. Wahesh move in to engage in the melee with both his longsword and short sword drawn. Gellion took up his heavy mace and attacked Cando in return. The swing was ineffective and missed the fighter by a considerable margin. Stabem clubbed the apprentice again with the guard of his rapier. This time the halfling struck true and dealt 6 non-lethal damage.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

This Adventure is Almost Over ...

Once the current combat is finished, this adventure will be more or less over. There will be some post battle wrap up but it should all go pretty quickly.

You will be receiving enough XP to go to 2nd level. When we are officially done, I will complete, scan and send the chronicle sheets to each of you. If you want to get a headstart on leveling up, you will get 3 XP, 4 PP and 1,436 GP. If you have a Craft, Profession or Performance skill, you will also be allowed to make a Day Job roll for additional money.

You may also respec any aspect of your character before we start the next adventure. Say you want to rearrange you skill points because you forgot to take Disable Device as a rogue, you can do that now without penalty.

Here are what I think your PFS character numbers are:

Matt H - 14369-5 EX (your -4 character slot, Salizar, has received RotRL sheets for books 3-6)
Joe - 18526-1 LE
Steve - 14366-9 EX
Matt F - 14367-6 SS
Dave - 14340-18 GL
Bruce - 8566-28 GL

Please confirm that these are correct. Only Lady Emyralda appears to be registered on Paizo's site.

The next adventure will be Gallows of Madness: What Lurks in the Woods. Once I get 2nd level copies of all the characters, I will start the next adventure.

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed - GM Turn Post 45

Begin Combat Round 3.

Starting positions are displayed on the combat map.

Current initiative order:

Initiative 24: Lady Emyralda
Initiative 22: Barnacleez
Initiative 21: Ro-Mahn
Initiative 21: Cando
Initiative 11: Wahesh
Initiative 10: Gellion
Initiative 6: Stabem

Please submit your turn instructions using the Player Action Response - Turn Post Template. If you are planning to use a specific skill, please list the skill and the associated roll(s) along with your 5 d20 rolls.
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Conditions:

N/A
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Map Key:

Squares K16, L16, J17, K17, J18 contain unconscious, helpless people.
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Party Health:

Cando Numida (6/13), Wahesh Captain (9/12), Stabem (10/10), Lady Emyralda (3/10), Ro-Mahn (2/9),
Barnacleez (8/12), Lou G'Boo (5/6)

Lady Emyralda -3 Dex

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed – Turn Results 44

Lady Emyralda dropped to the floor and began to roll around to put out her flames. The cleric successfully extinguished the Alchemist’s Fire. Barnacleez moved deeper into the room and cast another Magic Missile spell at the giant hook fly. The spell struck the monster and dealt 3 damage. Ro-Mahn also targeted the giant hook fly with his sling. The bullet hit the mark dealing 5 damage. Cando got to his feet and closed the distance with Gellion.

Wahesh dropped his bow, drew his swords and shouted at the fly. The fighter readied an attack for when the giant hook fly approached. Gellion produced another Alchemist’s Fire and again threw it at Lady Emyralda. The boy’s throw was long and the missile sailed behind the cleric. The halfling was spared a direct hit but still took 1 damage from the fiery splash.

The fly disconnected from its victim and flew toward it tormentors. The monster’s abdomen was swollen and squirming as it approached. Once the monster was within reach, Wahesh swung his long sword. The weapon hit dealing 5 damage and killed the fly. With the killing blow, the creature’s abdomen burst send tiny fly projectiles toward Wahesh, Barnacleez, Lou G’Boo and Ro-Mahn. Ro-Mahn was not expecting the event and took 7 damage when he failed to dodge out of the way. Wahesh and Barnacleez managed to avoid the brunt of the blast but still suffered 3 damage each. Lou G’Boo used his master as a shield and avoided damage all together.

Stabem moved from behind cover and closed with Gellion. The rogue attempted to subdue the apprentice using the butt of his rapier to attack but the halfling missed his mark due to the unnatural means of attack.

Monday, May 15, 2017

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed - GM Turn Post 44

Begin Combat Round 2.

Starting positions are displayed on the combat map.

Current initiative order:

Initiative 24: Lady Emyralda
Initiative 22: Barnacleez
Initiative 21: Ro-Mahn
Initiative 21: Cando
Initiative 11: Wahesh
Initiative 10: Gellion
Initiative 10: Giant Hook Fly
Initiative 6: Stabem

Please submit your turn instructions using the Player Action Response - Turn Post Template. If you are planning to use a specific skill, please list the skill and the associated roll(s) along with your 5 d20 rolls.
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Conditions:

N/A
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Map Key:

Squares K16, L16, J17, K17, J18 contain unconscious, helpless people.
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Party Health:

Cando Numida (6/13), Wahesh Captain (12/12), Stabem (10/10), Lady Emyralda (4/10), Ro-Mahn (9/9), 
Barnacleez (11/12), Lou G'Boo (5/6) 

Lady Emyralda -3 Dex

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed – Turn Results 43

Lady Emyralda moved into the room and channeled positive energy. The burst healed 6 damage from the party members and cleared out several areas afflicted by the Demon Bile. Gellion snarled in rage at the halfling’s action. Barnacleez also stepped into the room and cast a Magic Missile spell targeting the giant hook fly. The missile struck the bug and dealt 4 damage.

Ro-Mahn moved quickly into the room and sought cover behind the crates. Cando also entered the room but immediately fell prone and rolled around in an attempt to put out the fire. Unfortunately for the fighter, his efforts were ineffective. Wahesh stepped over Cando and moved deeper into the warehouse. The fighter drew and fired and arrow at the giant hook fly. The projectile landed on mark and dealt 4 damage.

Cando suffered another 6 damage before his flames were extinguished. Gellion shouted, “The demon worms will rise to power by the grace of Mother!” He directed his rage at Lady Emyralda by throwing another Alchemist’s Fire at the cleric. He scored a direct hit dealing 6 damage to the halfling, catching her on fire, and splashed Cando, Barnacleez and Lou G’Boo for 1 damage.

The giant hook fly flew down to floor level and turned its attention to the helpless victims. The bug stabbed one with its proboscis and slurped up blood to fill its belly. Stabem rushed into the combat, taking cover behind the crates.

Thursday, May 11, 2017

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed - GM Turn Post 43

Torches in each corner of this large room shed dim flickering light between high columns of barrels and crates. Four large pillars support the ceiling. Purplish-black slime covers the eastern wall and much of the room’s southeast corner, stretching between the walls, pillars, and crates with long filaments. Countless shapes, varying greatly in size, crowd the sludge. Several of these shapes, pinned to the walls and crates or lying on the floor, appear human-sized.

The party’s attention was immediately drawn to a halfling-sized insect, a horrifically bloated fly with a proboscis shaped like a serrated hook, flying lazily in the southeast corner. Its many-faceted eyes smoldering like hot coals.

While the party was looking at the fly with a mix of disgust and horror, a young human man, covered in patches of Demon Bile, popped up from behind the crates to the east and declared, “Must bringing the worm demons home!” The young man, presumably Gellion, threw an Alchemist’s Fire at Cando. It was a long throw but the concoction hit dealing 6 damage and catching the half-orc on fire. Alchemical splatter from the bomb burned Wahesh, Stabem and Lady Emyralda for 1 damage each. The distance and accuracy of the attack spoke to the skill of the attacker.

Roll initiative. Begin Combat Round 1.

Starting positions are displayed on the combat map.

Please submit your turn instructions using the Player Action Response - Turn Post Template. If you are planning to use a specific skill, please list the skill and the associated roll(s) along with your 5 d20 rolls.

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Conditions:

N/A
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Map Key:

Squares K16, L16, J17, K17, J18 contain unconscious, helpless people.
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Party Health:

Cando Numida (7/13), Wahesh Captain (11/12), Stabem (9/10), Lady Emyralda (9/10), Ro-Mahn (9/9),
Barnacleez (12/12), Lou G'Boo (6/6) 

Lady Emyralda -3 Dex

      

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed – Turn Results 42

Barnacleez cast several Disrupt Undead spells at the Demon Bile growth. The rays of positive energy destroyed the substance on contact. Lady Emyralda cast Detect magic and scanned the room. She did not see any unexpected magical auras. Wahesh took a moment to search the crates. They contained mostly junk.

Cando attempted to listen at the southern door but could not hear any activity beyond. Ro-Mahn and Stabem checked the door for traps. It proved to be neither trapped nor locked.

With their investigation of the room finished, the party gathered and Cando opened the door.

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed - GM Turn Post 42

What do you do next?

Starting positions are displayed on the combat map.

Please submit your turn instructions using the Player Action Response - Turn Post Template. If you are planning to use a specific skill, please list the skill and the associated roll(s) along with your 5 d20 rolls.

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Conditions:

N/A
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Map Key:

N/A
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Party Health:

Cando Numida (13/13), Wahesh Captain (12/12), Stabem (10/10), Lady Emyralda (10/10), Ro-Mahn (9/9), Barnacleez (12/12), Lou G'Boo (6/6)

Lady Emyralda -3 Dex

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed – Turn Results 41

Ro-Mahn rushed forward and stabbed one of the giant centipedes with his cold iron rapier. The weapon pierced the monster dealing 6 damage and killed it. Stabem also entered the warehouse and moved toward the enemies. His short halfling legs would not allow him to reach his foe and attack so he stopped short and waited instead, hoping to get an attack when the monster came to him. Lady Emyralda moved through the doorway and cast a Guidance spell on Wahesh.

The centipedes surged forward an attacked Stabem and Cando. The rogue unleashed his readied attack but misjudged the creature’s speed and missed the mark. Both bugs missed their targets. Wahesh moved forward and attacked the monster engaged with Cando using his longsword. The blow landed dealing 8 damage and killed the vermin. Cando took a swing with his double axe and bisected the monster by dealing 12 damage. Barnacleez stepped through the doorway and was prepared to cast a spell but found no enemy targets left.

Monday, May 8, 2017

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed - GM Turn Post 41

Roll initiative. Begin Combat Round 1.

Starting positions are displayed on the combat map.

Please submit your turn instructions using the Player Action Response - Turn Post Template. If you are planning to use a specific skill, please list the skill and the associated roll(s) along with your 5 d20 rolls.

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Conditions:

N/A
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Map Key:

N/A
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Party Health:

Cando Numida (13/13), Wahesh Captain (12/12), Stabem (10/10), Lady Emyralda (10/10), Ro-Mahn (9/9), Barnacleez (12/12), Lou G'Boo (6/6)

Lady Emyralda -3 Dex

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed – Turn Results 40

Seeing what lay beyond the door, Ro-Mahn declared, "Let's burst in and burn out that nest before it hatches, eh chaps?" while taking two Alchemist’s Fire from Stabem and handing one to each Cando and Wahesh. The rogue also produced one of his own which he recently purchased from Majara Pricknettle.

Cando shrugged and put the concoction in his belt pouch. The fighter moved into the warehouse, double axe in hand, and headed toward the interior door. Wahesh stepped past the rogues through the open door. The fighter tossed an Alchemist’s Fire at the pulsating egg sack. The attack was a direct hit that caused the sack to go up in flame.

Before other party members could enter, three giant centipedes emerged from hiding between the crates on the far side of the room, alerted by the activity near the door and the noise from the attack.

Friday, May 5, 2017

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed - GM Turn Post 40

In the interest in saving time, I am moving to the next encounter. I assume that you will want to do some pre-encounter actions such as healing, drinking potions, redistributing gear, etc.. Please note any such actions in this turn post as well as what you plan to do next.

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Basic warehouse supplies, such as ropes, hammers, crowbars, and cargo nets, hang from the northern wall of this room. Several crates stand against the western wall. Doors stand against the east and south walls. A pulsating mass of purplish-black sludge lies along the floor near the southern wall between the two doors, and long filaments anchor the substance to the walls and ceiling. A large, strange egg sac lies at the center of the slime, with tiny legs visibly scrabbling beneath its surface. Three other nearby egg sacs have already burst.

What do you do?

Starting positions are displayed on the combat map.

Please submit your turn instructions using the Player Action Response - Turn Post Template. If you are planning to use a specific skill, please list the skill and the associated roll(s) along with your 5 d20 rolls.

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Conditions:

N/A
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Map Key:

N/A
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Party Health:

Cando Numida (13/13), Wahesh Captain (12/12), Stabem (10/10), Lady Emyralda (10/10), Ro-Mahn (9/9), Barnacleez (12/12), Lou G'Boo (6/6)

Lady Emyralda -3 Dex

Gallows of Madness: A Foul Breed – Turn Results 39

The spider swarm started to chase after Barnacleez and was heading toward Cando as well. The fighter tossed his readied acid flask. The weapon struck dealing 6 damage causing the swarm to disperse. The remaining spiders scattered away individually; no longer posing a threat.

Wahesh fought off the lingering effects of the poison and avoided further damage.

After the party gathered close, Lady Emyralda channeled positive energy twice to heal everyone completely. The cleric handed the potion of lesser restoration to Wahesh. She told him, "Drink this." The fighter followed the cleric's direction. The magic concoction healed all of the fighter's Strength damage.

Stabem examined the warehouse door and determined that it was not trapped. The rogue pushed the door open to reveal what was inside.