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Author Topic: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF  (Read 113859 times)

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Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« Reply #540 on: February 15, 2011, 05:08 »

Adis' spell results in two satisfying gurgles from dying Goblins. The remaining creatures aren't looking too hot, either. The tip of Karan's sword pierces the Hobgoblin's armor, but it doesn't appear to do any damage.

The goblin with the mean looking bow cries some brutal words that Norian wouldn't care to translate for you, and slide an arrow past Inatai and into the flesh of Adis. The better armed hobgoblin strikes at Graven while he is distracted by the grunt of pain coming from the caster, also landing a solid blow.

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Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« Reply #541 on: February 15, 2011, 05:25 »

Graven swung back at the hobgoblin but his attack fell wide of it's target.
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Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« Reply #542 on: February 15, 2011, 16:11 »

Inatai chose to leave finishing off the hobgoblin to the others, and instead went after the withdrawing drake. He teleported past the hobgoblin and appeared next to the beastie, though sadly his blow missed its mark.

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Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« Reply #543 on: February 18, 2011, 09:44 »

Norian takes stock of the situation for a bit. He sees that the Hobgoblin in front of them is really messed up. He decides to take a shot at it, and gets a big ol' Finger of Pelor wound up and fires it off, and the projectile screams at the poor hobs head, looking like if it connects, it would shear the hobgoblin's head clean off.
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Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« Reply #544 on: February 18, 2011, 14:59 »

Whiff! Whiff! Splat! Gurgle...

You'd think that the cleric wouldn't look so pleased at the size of the blood splatter that Pelor's power created on the dungeon wall...

The Drake is looking less and less certain of itself, but still manages to take a chunk of flesh out of Inatai before stepping backwards one more.

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Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« Reply #545 on: February 20, 2011, 18:38 »

One by one the foes in the hallway fell. Spotting the drake retreating, Adis quickly threw up his hand, projecting a small ball of shimmering dust. Striking the creature, it coated the creature in a thin sheathe of ice.

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Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« Reply #546 on: February 23, 2011, 14:10 »

The drake was retreating, but way to slowly. Angered at her indolence, Karan lunged towards it, mumbling a silent prayer so that she will be granted an ability to hit this time.

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Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« Reply #547 on: February 23, 2011, 14:26 »

Adis continues his streak of pain, but doesn't manage to kill the creature. Karan charges forward and manages to take an arrow for Inatai...perhaps that is what causes her to miss?

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Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« Reply #548 on: February 23, 2011, 14:42 »

Seeing another arrow finding mark, Graven swiftly moved past the drake, ignoring it and engaged the archer. Unlike some previous strikes construct made in this combat, that one was well placed - superbly so even - and left a solid wound on the hobgoblin.

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Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« Reply #549 on: February 23, 2011, 23:29 »

Inatai had apparently got tired of the enemies so far constantly evading his blows, and made sure this time there'd be no such problem... Drawing in the shadows around him, he teleported once again, his blow already coming down by the time he reappeared behind the guard drake, scoring a grievious wound.

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Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« Reply #550 on: February 24, 2011, 03:34 »

Dodging the claws of the drake, Graven jumped down onto the staircase and used the force of his decent to crack some serious goblin bones. Inatai popped up right behind him and splatted the drake in a fashion that made Norian's earlier Pelor beheading look tame. I won't even attempt to describe it.

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Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« Reply #551 on: February 28, 2011, 22:23 »

Norian wiped the drake blood off of his face. "Wow Inatai, that was AMAZING! I didn't even know that drake bones could DO that! Anyways, I think you guys have got this. I'll just keep watch for other threats, if anyone needs healing, yell."

With that, Norian begins to survey the surrounding area incase there were more baddies trying to sneak up, while the more physical members finish off the archer. He takes a deep breath, and begins to divert his attention to his surroundings
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Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« Reply #552 on: March 02, 2011, 01:41 »

Adis slouched against the wall. His stamina was not holding up for some reason. His companions were making a racket in the far room trying to finish off the enemy. Casting a dirty glare its way, he sat down to rest.

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« Reply #553 on: March 04, 2011, 12:09 »

Karan quickly moves towards the last remaining foe, hoping to harm him at least.

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Re: Scales of War: DnD 4e PBF
« Reply #554 on: March 05, 2011, 03:15 »

The fullblade slips through a notch in the armor near the Archer's neck, and it severs something that apparently was quite vital, as the Archer stops moving entirely and slumps down within a matter of moments. The noise of battle ebbs away, and shortly Sertanian joins you, an oddly happy smile on his lips for such a bloody scene. While you look over the bodies of the dead he rifles through the sacks and bedrolls lining the walls, but doesn't find anything.

He looks down the staircase and motions to your group saying "This has to be the spiral staircase they brought me up when they took me from Mirtala. Let's hope she's in a better state than Kartenix."

Heading down the stairs you're presented with what appears to be the living quarters, if upstairs was their sleeping area. Down a narrow hallway there are four squat sarcophagi littered with things that the Goblins have set aside and forgotten. A flickering light of candles brings your attention to two altars in an adjacent area - but a strong and unpleasant smell coming from a pit nearby it makes you wary to venture over to look at them unless you really have to.

A heavy door leads south, and a tunnel shoots off to the west. Adis correctly informs you that they should lead you to 'that hallway with the pits'.

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