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Author Topic: Beneath the Invisible Tower  (Read 9445 times)


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« Reply #285 on: April 16, 2009, 11:20:11 AM »
After a few moments of catching her breath, Edwena walks over to Ridcully's location and pulls out her holy symbol.  She quietly kneels beside his damaged body holding the symbol above his head, as she prays for his healthy return. "Your healing is needed once more, Avandra," Edwena whispers.  

OOC: After a moment of rest, Edwena will use healing word on herself and Ridcully (I think that's what the rules state?) Ridcully will have the HS bonus giving heal surge +9=14 hp's.  Edwena gets heal surge +7= 12 hp's.

HS bonus (1d6=2)
1,150 things Mr. Welch can no longer do during an RPG

390. My character's background must be more indepth than a montage of Queen lyrics.

629. Just because they are all into rock, metal and axes, dwarves are not all headbangers.

702. The Banana of Disarming is not a real magic item.

1059. Even if the villain is Lawful Evil, slapping a cease and desist order on him isn’t going to work

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« Reply #286 on: April 16, 2009, 11:41:00 AM »
Once you are out of the encounter, the power to heal returns to Edwena, and Ridcully is helped. His eyelids flicker open, and you find yourselves standing around on the staircase landing, exhausted, covered in blood and gently fizzing necrotic brain-juice, with the remains of the evil brain jar itself scattered across the area.


I'm estimating that many of you have blown through your daily powers. Edwena still carries the haunted doll.  Only 6 of the famous 12 Skeletons have been defeated.

I want to thank everyone for playing this far, and I am going to possibly relaunch at a later date. I've had a lot of fun with this little online game!
If and when I do so, you may keep your updated characters (complete with gold, items, and XP)
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« Reply #287 on: April 17, 2009, 10:13:21 AM »
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