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Ma'alik, go ahead and post your strength check for D.C. 10 assist.


Reaver go ahead and give me a STR check with +2 for crowbar.

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Still no reply:

Reaver's attempt to break down the door:
13 + 3 STR + 2 Crowbar + 2 Aid = 20.


The wooden bar on the other side of the door splinters immediately, as the doors burst inward.


Roll initiative.


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Room 6a.jpg

 Biers of solid gold encrusted with glittering gems lie against the walls of this chamber.  Golden Candelabras stand nearby, empty of candles, and the walls depict a glorious afterlife filled with riches and luxury, painted in bright pigments and gold leaf.


In addition to Initiative, also give me a spare d20 roll.

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apparently what Janalyth is going to do is accidently turn of notifications for this thread, and wonder why there was no replies. Also what can I see?

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