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Rise of the Runelords: Burnt Offerings, Part 10

Wrath and Rage

It has been said that it all began with a simple band of heroes. Heroes who chose to side with an orcish warrior, instead of a thief.

A thief who called himself ‘king’.

Once upon a time, beneath the ancient city of Aquitaine on the northern shores of Sog’s Lake …

While they rescued Ameiko Kaijutsu from her deranged half-brother, the heroes are faced with the dilemma of who built the brick walls to seal off the ancient tunnels? Who tore them down? And why?

They could investigate further, heading deeper underground. But they also have Tsuto in custody, the half-elf possibly responsible for several of the recent events. They know he was not acting alone, but as an agent of someone named Nualia. Of all the things Tsuto’s diary did make clear, it was that Nualia’s plans may spell a bloody end to Aquitaine, if the heroes do not find a way to curb the evil that has yet to come.

Dramatis Personae

Julienne
Aedilred Runecutter
Miro Teague
Lee Chung
Marco Galvos

Comments

Due to Miro’s coat getting a direct hit by the Ogre spellcaster, he gets a new coat:

http://ep.yimg.com/ay/yhst-42417777999735/french-highwayman-coat-7.gif

 

Quasits are demons. They have little trouble with acid, cold, or fire. They do not care for cold iron but then, I’m a priestess, I am not carrying much iron.

 

Down the ancient tunnel, Miro saw this in the even more ancient room:

http://orig12.deviantart.net/8cb1/f/2009/298/1/9/vargouille_for_paizo_by_michaeljaecks.jpg

 

After ambushing the Magespawn abominations in the ancient Thassalonian prison and discovering the torture chamber, the heroes stop to clean their gear and rest a bit.

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