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  1. Hey gang, sorry for the delay; my wife dislocated her shoulder earlier today and free time basically evaporated. I'll plan to get things started as early tomorrow as I can find the time.
  2. Hey gang, sorry for the delay; my wife dislocated her shoulder earlier today and free time basically evaporated. I'll plan to get things started as early tomorrow as I can find the time.
  3. Run (as Gimli said to Mr. Emerson)
  4. It’s my first try GMing this system, too! So no worries that you don’t know anything, we’ll all learn together.
  5. Now so close, Ernstyr could feel the damp air like a miasma hanging around the fell fortress. The path was barely wide enough for one--two could scarcely hope to walk abreast, let alone fight. If this was the only way in, the company had no chance unless Radagast could turn them all into birds. Taking his cue from the Brown Wizard, Ernstyr turned his gaze to the ground, looking for the signs of disturbance. Tracks could tell the story of passage, whether a pair or a score--or, forbid it, a hundred.
  6. Updated map. There's still a bit more in the front corner, as BW pointed out in the IC.
  7. With Cecil at his back, Ernstyr felt slightly more confident. He set his eyes on the base of the path, envisioning each of the rocky outcroppings, grassy knolls, and mounded overgrowth that would provide cover from the watchful eyes above. Then, carefully, slowly, he crept toward the nearest. And if there was no reaction from the dread fortress, he would repeat the tactic--again and again, if necessary. It was a bit like hunting birds, in that you wanted your quarry to be oblivious of your approach. Yet it was less the hunt for pheasant or quail, and more the daring raid to touch the nest of the giant eagle--and be devoured for insolence if seen.
  8. Heeding Stoyan's advice, the group turns south to follow the zombie trail. It leads into a nondescript passage 10'x30' in dimension, with only one more exit leading south at the east end of the corridor, an empty doorway where the door has been scavenged previously. There are no obvious threats, but there are many footprints in the dust from where the zombies had shuffled through, making it impossible to tell if anything else has been here. ⏲️ TURN 10 🔦 Torches 1/10 remaining
  9. Holy layout error, Batman! The fields on that row are showing up to the right of their labels, rather than above. I'll put it on the to-do list for this weekend.
  10. Perhaps the combination is not so dire as to lose the boat, but it develops a serious leak that will require extended repairs, and she manages to beach it on the island?
  11. Alright, looks like most characters are finished up at this point, so we should be on track to start as scheduled. Also looks like the majority vote is for the shipwreck scenario--I applaud the courage! It'll make for a fun, slightly desperate dynamic.
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