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Emailed reply from my players..


Evil.... City of the dead.... Bad time to be an adventurer...???

Not if you are a cleric my friend. Fill the vials with healing potions and holy water, polish the mace (the weapon!), prey to your lawful good deity and fasten the binding on you holy book.

Breaths in deeply. "I smell Evil!!! Bring it on!!"

So rather a fine day actually. :-)

This is from a friend who is playing a Gnome Speciality Priest of Garl Glittergold.



Wizard exits stage right..........

Obviously from my friend who is playing a human wizard and a kender word from the thief just yet.!



I thought some good guy took over the city of the dead whats the matter cant he keep his own house in order and needs some stalwart adventurers to do it for him?

Update from the Druid in the party


4th...and final.

Gold, sharp axe, blunt hammer, ale
More ale, gold
Even more ale
Evil ? Wot evil ?? Give me a ale
Oooo and some elf scratchings
Who's round is it ? BURP !!!

Any guesses what race of fighters these might be?
Please leave a comment and let's see if you are correct..!!


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