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Souls for Smuggler’s Shiv, Pathfinder 1e


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Can we make out the name of the wreck?  If the wreck is stable and doesn't seem to be moving, I recommend investigating to see what can be recovered.  "who knows, there may be a keg of rum on board!  We grippli sing so much better when properly lubricated!" 

 

Arune will also look for any signs that something may have moved in to make it a home -- sea scorpion bisque could be on the menu again!

(perception 18+3=21)

(survival for tracking and identifying creature spoor 7+3=10)

 

"we should also keep our eyes our for those nasty leatherwinged things.  A pet or three might make the rest of the group more active and cooperative"

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"Should see if anything is salvageable." Sabine says as she casts about for a secure place to tie a rope near the edge of the cliff.  "And we also need to look around to see if we can find the berries that Aerys wanted."

 

Nature check to see if Sabine knows anything about the area Viper's Nettle is found or if it actually works as a cure for alcoholism.

 

(9+7)=16

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Whenever a rope is fasten, Scraps will make his way to the ship via that. He'll try & spot those berries on the way over from base camp, but he's not a nature entrepreneur......

 

(Ooc, gonna take 10, so 10 + 7 (17) remember Natural climber) 

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You make your way into the boat.  The upper decks are sturdy enough.  When you get to the room of K-M x 1-3, it was the captains quarters.  In a small chest under the mouldering mattress you find coins and a sextant totaling a worth of about 45gp.

 

When you descend deeper to the lowest deck, you pick up on a scent of old fish.  When you open the door at P3/P4 you surprise a Giant Crab feasting on a large tuna.  It seems to have made its way into the ship by a large hole in the stern, and based on the large number of discarded fragments and the smell, it must have used this area as it’s “out of the sea” lair for a while.  It’s not too happy at the interruption, sizes you up briefly and prepares to defend its lair.

 

Its at Q1, occupies a 5ft space.

Give me a marching order and roll initiative.

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