Rested and some might say a bit relaxed, the party is attacked by the nefarious Drow. It’s a fight full of poison arrows, unseen assailants and dastardly magic users as we continue to dwell in the Dungeon of the Mad Mage.
After running and fighting for several hours the party finally admits its exhaustion and decides to take a rest. While on guard duty, they take some time to talk and get to know each other a little better.
The party stumbles upon an ancient beer storage room full of dwarven ale. Imagine their surprise when they not only find the recipe, but discover several kegs were magically sealed and the beer is still good!
What’s scary than a beholder? How about an undead beholder? Join us as the team squares off with an zombie beholder!
The goblins are super happy to pay for the Grell beaks harvested by the party. It’s quite the surprise when they inform our heroes the two-headed king looks like Duri. And what are these interesting stones?
Still favoring is recently singed bits, Durvar resists the urge to fight and instead strikes up a deal with some goblins. Confused, Duri isn’t sure what to think about this and hesitates during a fight with a legendary creature.
In this episode, the guys are joined by special guest, Jon, who plays the Warlock, Morlock in our actual play podcast. They also discuss the demi-plane of Ravenloft and some of the denizens that dwell there.
The week-long trek through the jungle has come to an end with the party coming face-to-face with a city laid to waste and a surprise guest waiting for them. The party retreats to the jungle determined to find out if any other coastal cities are in the same state of affairs as Port Castigliar. Taking advantage
It seems Grorgan was never told to take the group to Malar’s Throat. Instead, it appears they were sent to Ft. Beluarian to obtain an exploration charter. Why would Nerrisa lead the party out of the city? What does this have to do with the Dreamer’s Amulet? Find out in our latest episode of Forge Nights!