Cauldron, The Shackled City

Session Two: February 12, 2009

Wherein our heroes gain a new ally and enter Jzadirune

As they prepared to embark down into Jzadirune, the Eldritch Blades were met by an emissary of the Church of Bahamut, Paladin Morwin Granitsdottir. Knowing from Jenya of their quest to return the missing children, she entreated the Blades for membership to aid them in finding the kidnap victims. She was quickly accepted into the fledgling adventuring troupe.

Together, they descended into the secret passage from Ghelve’s and arrived into what once must have been a thoroughfare to the lost enclave. Eager to find the children, Keira continued towards the entrance to Jzadirune, triggering a nasty trap. A combination of might, Linden’s keen eyes, and Sevain’s deft fingers soon had the trap disabled. Sevain soon afterwards had the door to Jzadirune open for the group.

They passed through a large abandoned marketplace, tracking the recent passage of the kidnappers. They found a secret door at the end of the market, which lead them into the heart of Jzadirune.

Descending further below Cauldron, the group entered into a large room, with large copper masks mounted on all of the walls. The group chose to investigate an open door in the south wall of the room. They caught a raiding party of skulks and a new, unknown humanoid, preparing to head out that night. A fierce battle ensued. The Blades persevered and felled their foes.

Exhausted from the days battles, the group returned to the surface. They turned Ghelve over to the town guard, as well as all of the evidence they had that showed his complicity in the abductions over the last several months. They decided to rest the night and continue their foray into the dark of Jzadirune the next day.


Good thing I took an extra step back from that short guy before finishing him off with my evasive strike. Don’t know what compelled me to do it, but that guy exploded like a ripe puffball mushroom.

Session Two: February 12, 2009

Did you guys find my trick with the flames to be a valuable one? What would you recommend for me to use as a tactic in future dates?

Session Two: February 12, 2009

Yes … IMHO was a good move. Anything that provides some level of crowd control while providing passive damage is awesome.

And the strikers came out in style :)

Session Two: February 12, 2009

Thinking back, if we payed more attention to [[The Riddle from the Temple of Bahamut]], we may have been a bit more careful near the “door with teeth”. How does the rest of it go?

Session Two: February 12, 2009

Let’s see if there are any other parts of the riddle left to interpret.

Session Two: February 12, 2009

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