The Great Tower of Oldechi

Thumps Daydream

With a fist like a brick wrapped in another brick, Thump punches out the accountant with a collossal blow. Then, huge muscles straining, he heaves the desk free and kicks open the office door. Outside the city is on fire as the Drow attack! Black flames blot out the luminescant fungi sky and the air is filled with small black bolts, buzzing in the air like hornets. Thump throws down the table onto the grand stairway, and surfs it down! Duergar and drow are tossed aside like cordwood as behind him the entire office explodes into chunks of dark stone and burning form papers, the shockwaves blowing apart windows all up and down the expressway. Suddenly a terrible sight appears before Thump. Halfway down the stair a poor (possibly) innocent Duergar maid cowers cornered, her lovely beard-braids held brutally in the lotioned and well maintained hands of cruel Drow reavers. As a thunderbolt from a clear sky, Thump crashes through their ranks and hoists up the lass with one mighty tattooed arm as he goes by! She swoons up at him, never has she seen one so tall and brave, and though not hirsute as her kin, there is something about his brave visage that reminds her of the wonderous statues of Asmodeaus she loved as a small child. Brave Asmodeaus and his wonderous statues of him torturing woodland creatures, Drow, Surface Dwellers, Bad Duergar, and Regular Deurgar. Her heart flutters a little as her brave rescuer vaults the desk over a roadblock at the stair’s base and with a resounding crash they burst through the portcullis and there before them lies the holy star of the floor. It twinkles invitingly in the gloom of the horrifically decorated Throne Hall! Guards rush forward but Thump smashes them down with a huge hammer, topped with a bound sheaf of Form 81-A Subset B1, and the violence is horrific. Bloodstained accounting forms and triplicate documents flutter bloodstained in the eirie purple light as the sounds of violence echo off the great pillars. Hoisting the maiden to his shoulder, her braided beard tickling his scalp, the giant strides forward, the blows of the guards like gnats apon his stoney hide. One mighty ironshoot boot slams into the star and with a SHOOM both ascend to a the next level which turns out to be a petting zoo and animal sacrifice center set on top of a extreme sports resort and they both live happily ever after and have many many dwa-lioth children!

Except none of that happened because of the snow. So instead I am sad.

Alas, poor William, we hardly knew ye,

Alas poor William. His was a sad and abruptly ended tale. His fate may not have been so final, had he not been confronted with a angry warlock who had recently, in no particular order…
-Spent a round slowed just enough to stand around looking like a ponce.
-Poisoned everyone with toxic gas.
-Missed like a champ.
-Pulled a vampire over so he could get punched in the face by her, then missed.
-Missed some more.
-Realized following William almost killed his ENTIRE PARTY by leaving them in the toxic gas while the vampire ripped out throats and the bard was mind controlled.
-Been told that William could be a new BFF, which he is not sure but thinks may stand for Bedeveled Fiend from Hell. He’s not sure how the last letter works out.

Thus, this was the bedraggled, poisoned, bleeding, and slightly pissed monster William tried to explain his joy of taxidermy and golem reanimation to. It did not go well.

the Dwarf is evil.

just joking. I love big hairy dwarves. with their beards. and their hammers. And their stupid little dogs.

BORRIS- What should the origin of the dog be? I wanted a fun “pet” to add some more things to combat, but I can’t decide where he comes from. Maybe a ghost, or an elemental thrall from the depths? I haven’t made a good choice.

Welcome to your Adventure Log!
A blog for your campaign

Every campaign gets an Adventure Log, a blog for your adventures!

While the wiki is great for organizing your campaign world, it’s not the best way to chronicle your adventures. For that purpose, you need a blog!

The Adventure Log will allow you to chronologically order the happenings of your campaign. It serves as the record of what has passed. After each gaming session, come to the Adventure Log and write up what happened. In time, it will grow into a great story!

Best of all, each Adventure Log post is also a wiki page! You can link back and forth with your wiki, characters, and so forth as you wish.

One final tip: Before you jump in and try to write up the entire history for your campaign, take a deep breath. Rather than spending days writing and getting exhausted, I would suggest writing a quick “Story So Far” with only a summary. Then, get back to gaming! Grow your Adventure Log over time, rather than all at once.


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