Ghost Town

Our heroes returned to the surface, after defeating Shiva-Han-Goromu, and obtaining a mysterious crest he had been guarding.

They were discussing the unfortunate demise of their friend, The Beholder.

“I don’t understand”, said Mariel. “Why doesn’t the Caduceus of Life works on Aeorbs?”

“Because, they have a different biological make-up to normal creatures”, said Cleve. “We’ll need a “Raise Dead” spell to revive her.”

“Where can we obtain that? Can we find it in scroll form?” asked N. Greyford.

“It isn’t just about learning that spell or obtaining a scroll of it. It’s a very advanced piece of magic that requires a very advanced Necromancer to use correctly.”

Everyone looked at Cleve.

“If I learn that spell, you guys will be the first to know.”

After wandering through the thick, overgrown Briarpatch Woods for several hours, our heroes saw civilisation on the horizon.

Crowl on the Horizon

They wandered into the village, which seemed deserted.

A small wooden sign on the wall said “Village of Crowl”.

Sinister  layers of fog covered the ground… something was very off in this town.

A devious, black-garbed troublemaker approached our protagonists.

Mordecai

 
He welcomed the heroes to the town, but it was obvious he had insidious intentions.
 
He bid them good day before wandering off.
 
Our heroes found a deserted building.
 

Forcing open a door

 
 
 Bashing down the door, they spent the night sleeping inside. In the morning, they would investigate the town further.
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About grimdarkly

Name's Cooper. I'm an Advertising student, and I'm also a devout Christian that despises dishonesty. See the cognitive dissonance? I enjoy placing words in interesting formations. If not an advertising copywriter, I am certain I will find another word-based career. I enjoy playing DOTA 2, doing Christian stuff, not exercising, and designing adventures for my friends as a D&D Dungeon Master. Evidently, I'm also good at quickly coming up with "raps". Quality of said raps is debatable.

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