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Razberry Ranid

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  1. Those wishing to play in the NWN PW Event. It is going to hopefully start this Saturday and will be held between 1pm-4pm central time. That would be 2pm - 5pm est. http://blackstonekeep.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&p=28874#p28874 You need to sign up on the forums and pm DM_Phoebe I will be on there the Night before to help those get used to playing the game again. Just let me know if you are interested. This will be a real time event each week.
  2. Cory carefully goes through the dwarfs backpack looking for any indications as to what he has been up too, why he had join with these ruffians and if he had any part in the death of Slik. (ooc/ Let me know if I need to make any rolls)
  3. Cory relaxes his grip on his mace and motions the new comer over to examine the pack. "I was just going to destory the dwarf's spellbook as a punishment for his crimes against us, but you are more than welcome to take it if you wish." Cory takes a step back to watch Tiron examine the pack while still keeping a not completely trustful eye to make sure he didn't try to steal anything that may be within the pack other than his over of the dwarf's spellbook.
  4. Cory awakes from his one mindedness about the wizard's pack to notice the new comer and his offer. "Yes that might be wise, but first who are you and are you any part of this group we have just defeated?" Cory grabs his mace and takes a defensive posture, ignoring the wizard's pack for the moment. With Chara watching the Dwarf, Cory motions for Isha to back him up with this stranger who is presumptuous enough to walk up and talk to him after their battle with Golden's band of thieves.
  5. While everyone is searching through the treasures that they have found upon the other of Golden's party. Cory finds himself quite interested in Goldens pack. He will carefully take the dwarf's pack. Cory walks over to Chara and whispers "Watch the dwarf for a moment if you would, and Bodygaurd I don't want to leave those two alone very long." Cory careful lays the pack down. Reaching into his own pack he takes out a healing drought and quaffs it. (rolls d6+1 = 4, Cory is now at 8hp out of his 11.) The cleric being cautious then steps back to open the pack at arms lenth with his shield between him and the bag. He has had enough suprises for the day. Once open he will examine its contents.
  6. (init roll d6=3) "I have had about enough of that!", Cory picks up his mace which was laying by his side while he administered to Golden's wounds, swiftly smashing it upon the dwarfs head to knock him unconscious. "Get that rag in the dwarfs mouth he yells at Bodygaurd." (roll to hit d20 = 9+4 = 11. I am assuming a +4 advantage since the dwarf is tied and laying prone before Cory roll for damage d6=3)
  7. I am running it on windows 7 64 bit machine. Most of the difficulties will be updating and making sure you have the CEP 2.3 hakpaks. If you run into problems with that let me know. I think you have to download the patch from nwvault and place it in your nwn directory before running the update option.
  8. Anyone here play Neverwinter Nights by Bioware? Do you still have the game? Interested in participating in DM ran event on a Persistant World? If you answered yes to any of the above then you are needed to play in a sheduled event that will take place on Friday or Saturday's They usually run for a couple of hours, pure role-play fun. If not no worries. Just trying to get some people in some realtime fun. Game http://www.amazon.co...c/dp/B000B8K7RC Game World http://blackstonekeep.com/
  9. "For the moment no, I might have to force another potion down his gullet. But at the first sign of his trying to say something you can stuff the rag in his mouth." Cory checks the dwarf after the spell he cast to see if he is alive and stable.
  10. Cory checks the dwarf again to make sure he hasn't totally expired. "Yes Golden seems to have that effect on people in general it seems. But it doesn't mean we should out right kill the little man. It is best to turn him over to the proper authorities after we have questioned him on his resent behavior." Cory motions to the rope he had out ready to tie up the dwarf. "Could you tie his hads together so he can not do something tricky when he comes through."
  11. Cory taps the dwarfs head with his holy symbol while saying a small prayer. (Cast Heal Minor Wounds upon the dwarf. Rolls d6+1 = 5) "You will not die you slimey fool! I intend to turn you over to the proper authorities after I have my own questions answered."
  12. Here is the picture of my dice rolls
  13. In a last ditch effort. Cory shoves a healing potion that he pulls from his patch and shoves it down the throat of the dwarf. "You messly little man, you won't die until I get answers to my questions." The cleric says a prayer to St. Cuthbert that he had made it in time to save the dwarf, even though they didn't see eye to eye, Cory did not really want the dwarf to die at his hand, maybe some large cat to eat him. (rolls d4+1 = 4+1 = 5) (rolls d100 = 100) /ooc I don't believe this. I use the D&D random dice roller to make my rolls. I even take screenshots in case someone calls me on my rolls. Of all times to roll a 100 on s prayer to ones god for a character I as a player wish was dead.)
  14. But some of the best creativity comes from the lack of sleep. Hope to it! j/k. Get some sleep, eat a good meal, Drink some caffine. Then start rolling dice. But in truth I don't think everyone has posted a reply for the last round yet.
  15. (roll d6 = 5 for init) Cory rushes to the fallen dwarf pulling a rag and rope from his pack, stuffing the rag into the dwarf's mouth and quickly tying his hands before checking to see if the dwarf is still alive or not. The cleric of St. Cuthbert was not going to be suprised by this dwarf again and was taking no chances.
  16. Don't worr there will be a next time for you to be in town. We have to cart you back to see if there is any reward for you.
  17. Does our new shoot first, ask questions afterwords afford this friend or foe a chance to explain? Speak with dead anyone?
  18. (Roll d6 for init = 6) Cory flinches in pain as the magical arrow hits him, he reaches for a second stone and places in the sling he starts to twirl the sling above his head. "I gave you an opportunity to leave now face the wrath of St. Cuthbert you unenlightened fool." The cleric had enough of this half man unnatural magic using dwarf and let the stone fly hoping that it would hit him in the forehead at least hard enough to knock him unconscious. (Roll d20 to hit = 16, roll d4 for damage = 3)
  19. "You stupid dwarf! Did you not fully comprehend that we were ready for your foolish attempt at suprise. We have Elmo one of the Viscount guards and his men gather behind you as we speak." Corry is of course bluffing while reaching for his sling and stone swinging it to sling a stone at the dwarf's head. (Roll 1d20=17 to hit, 1d4 = 4 damage)
  20. Not happy with the outcome of the situation and with a little venom in his reply, "Very well, let's get a move on. The faster we get to the moat-house the faster you can be on your way." Not trusting the little man, when giving an order to their traveling on the trail to the moat-house, Cory makes sure Golden is never behind him. "Keep a close eye on him," he whispers to Chara.
  21. In what seems to be a tie about whether or not the dwarf should at least accompany them as far as the moat-house Cory does something quite unexpected and ask Elmo his opinion on the matter, mainly to futhur to show the dwarf's failure to remain a member of the party. "Bodygaurd, what do you think, should we accompany the Golden to the moat-house?" Cory pats Fleabag along his neck all the while keeping an eye on the dwarf and the surroundings. It is no secret that Cory Waterspout and Golden the unnatural magic using dwarf had butt heads on decisions to be made within the group. Cory still didn't trust him as far as he could toss him. The dwarf would have to do something to stand tall with the group, right now he falls rather short. It wasn't that Cory didn't like dwarves. He just didn't like this dwarf.
  22. "Not really sure if there is room for you in the group at this point Golden, you always have your own agenda in mind when it came to the concerns of the party and not that of the welfare of the party." Cory steps down from his horse to face the dwarf, his waist to the dwarf's eye. “You yourself admit to trying to find another group and beat us to the whatever may lay within the moat-house passage. Not to mention that Slik is dead. Murdered in the middle of the night. Not knowing your exact whereabouts you are not without suspicions. But I leave the whether you join us or not to the group. I say no.” Cory looks to the others for their input into the matter.
  23. Drawing closer to the little man, Cory pulls on the reigns of his horse to bring Fleabag to a halt. The cleric is quite supprised to see Golden after his stamping off in a fit of anger and jealousy as Bodygaurd desides to become Chara's hireling. Cory doesn't make it a habit of getting involved with such domestics but he did wonder if Bodygaurd's change of employment had anything to do with the affections he was showing towards the half-orc. Cory Waterspouts hand reached for his mace, wrapping his fingers tightly around the handle. There were not any foul intentions in this move, just instinctive when he was a bit surprised. “What is it you wish Golden?” Cory's voice gave way to aggitation at this interruption and the fact that this dwarf had abandoned the party in the middle of the night. He had been replaced there is not room for him and what was to keep him from running off again.
  24. At the first mention of Slik's horse from the new ranger, Cory regards him with suspicion, Slik had just died and he was making a bid for his horse. Once Oh Shad finished what he was going to say Cory's feelings were unfounded and gone. “That is a splendid suggested my friend”, as Cory pats him on the back. "The investigation of the murder of our friend Slik can wait unless it crosses our path with our current quest of the moat-house. They could very well be intertwined, but we should remain focused on our main objective, this could be a ploy to distract us from the trail we are currently on or perhaps something completely unrelated..” Cory pauses for a moment thinking over Slik's profession of more than the trap springer he hired him for. “It could be our friends past catching up to him, for now we will leave it in St. Cuthbert's hands.” The group will make arrangements on the way out of town with the church to take possession of Slik's horse so as not to incur the continuing stable fees and to pay for any expenses for his burial.
  25. Cory is shocked to see his hireling and the bloodstains. Cory investigates the circumstances to determine if Slik might have died from the wounds he tended to. Satisfied that it was not his doing the cleric wants to determine the cause of death to the best of his abilities. After hearing that new sword the trap springer had recently acquired is missing he knew there had to be foul play. The first to come to mind was that thief type that the group had first encountered. The boastful one who broadcasted his deeds to anyone who would listen. Maybe some sort of revenge murder. "We are to late, this lad is dead and it looks to be of a malicious kind of murder." Cory gives the dead man his last rites before St. Cuthbert as is the custom of his church, tapping his head with this holy symbol. "May St. Cuthbert grant you wisdom in your journey" Cory picks of his pack and heads for the door. ''There is nothing more we can do here. We have a previous quest to attend to, hopefully our new quest for justice for this man will cross our path otherwise once we are done that shall be our new goal. I think we should make arrangements for Slik burial with the church." Cory then walks out the door.
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