Sunday, June 14, 2015
NerdStrong Brunch and Pathfinder Fun
When brunch was over a few of us stuck around and played some Mario Cart. I don't play video games that often and boy did it show. None-the-less it was a lot of fun and I wish I could have stayed longer.
But I had to leave early as it's D&D/Pathfinder day. The last session we lost two characters and was stuck in a cave with some very deadly orcs. We finally were able to kill all the orcs and the giant. Dash (that's me) was able to put a spell on the door and magically locked it. As there were thousands of orcs and goblins just outside wanting to get in. One of the enslaved Dwarfs did some sort of magic and opened a door in the rock face to a long stairwell going up. He warned us to to be on the lookout for something in the dark. We quickly entered the stairwell and began climbing up deeper into the mountain. We found a lookout area at the top of the mountain and rested there for the evening. During our rest several of our party members heard something coming from the only other exit we could find. So in the morning we cautiously made our way down.
We found several rooms with nothing in them, but some sort of residue. We finally found a large room with what looked to be slime all over the floors. When Philig tried use his rope (for no apparent reason) and touched the slime it reacted and retracted itself into one large blog in the center of the room. We weren't sure what was going on but we made our way slowly into the large room as on the other side of the room were two large double doors and the only way we could go. Of course the slime was blocking the doors. Talyn shot an arrow at the slime and it split into two entities. It started attacking us and soon we realized that magic was the only way to defeat it. After a few rounds of battle we defeated both blobs of slime and was able to escape the mountain into the forest and back to base camp.
It was a fun session and no one died this time.. which is always good. I really didn't have a clue how we were going to get out of the main battle area but I liked the idea of magic helping us and it was nice that spell casters were needed for the final battle with the blob. Thanks Dallas for another fun adventure. Our next session should be our final session for this campaign. We then will be taking a few months off before starting our sixth campaign sometime in September.
After D&D I had to come home and finish up a MASH podcast that is due to be released at midnight. Luckily I had most of it done and it only took me a few hours to finish it.
It was a full day of fun but I'm tired.. off to bed I go.