Session 44 - Sethi

We continued down the long, straight, boring tunnel into the heart of Aerta. Eventually Lang noticed something ever so slightly different ahead of us. None of the rest of us noticed at first but upon further inspection, the next step led us through a portal, but to where. Seeing no real other choice and knowing that the whip we needed was somewhere up ahead we went through. What was on the other side was too much to behold. In fact, it took all of us by surprise and awe. We could do nothing but stare at the scene in front of us. Or I should say all around us . We were standing on what appeared to be an invisible floor. We could see straight down below, hundreds of miles perhaps to what we later figured was the plane of Abaddon. Home of the Daemons. Fire and brimstone. Death and destruction. All of those things you hear about in the tales. And coming up from those depths were hordes upon hordes of daemons. But on the other hand, above us was pure heaven. Literally. Pure bliss. And flying down was hordes of angels apparently ready to do battle against the evil hordes. We watched as the battle played out. None of us able to avert our gaze or look away. The battle was not going well though for the angels. The battlefield was being dominated by a single powerful daemon who placed himself atop a pile of dead bodies, rising 30 feet in the air. He wielded our whip. And with it he lashed out, often for hundreds of feet away striking a single target. But that target was then pounced upon by the daemons until it quickly met its fate. Seconds later a new victim was chosen. This daemon was protected by a ring of monstrous beasts preventing the angels from getting too close. It was clear we would need to stop him and recover our whip.

Eventually, after what seemed like an eternity a stray fireball came too close and blew up beside us. The damage was not too bad and it snapped most of us from our fascination. Luckily we had been ignored for this whole time, and we had time to prepare ourselves for battle. The plan was simple. I would teleport all of us in side the head daemon’s ring of thugs. The gang would beat the crap out of him and we would get out of dodge. It didn’t quite to that way of course. Climbing the mountain of bodies was harder than it seemed. And his brutes hit like a ton of bricks. Jaz came up with a new plan all of a sudden. She disarmed him, bringing the whip within our reach. But before she could get it he knocked her off the pile and stood over his prize. Leave it to Ivan to pull out one more new trick. He used Telekinesis on the whip, and managed to maneuver it just out of the daemon’s grasp. We had our prize. It would have been nice to turn the tide of this eternal war between good and evil. We could have helped good reclaim this demiplane. Maybe we did by getting the whip out of there. Regardless, our mission was to capture the whip and save Kaliz. This battle will have to wait for another day. I grab everyone’s hands and we teleport back to the portal. Stepping through, we teleport one more time to Kaliz.

I sure hope the Daemon’s don’t try to follow us….

Session 43 - Ivan

Once we rested up and it was the next morning, we performed our usual rituals and exited the mansion to continue down the tunnel. Eventually we came to a cave in. I turned Max into an Earth Elemental just in time to see a Lava Child “swim” through the other side of the cave in. That’s when we were ambushed by quite a few others. Max went toe-to-toe with the one swimming through the cave in, and the others decided to flank us in this small corridor. Their first mistake was hitting me with fire, because as soon as they did I was invisible. However, they had Tremorsense so they knew where my feet were. I took a few hits. The main issue was the inability to deal any sort of damage to these things with metal. Any metal they come into contact with, they completely ignore. Their only weakness was cold, and unfortunately I was the only one versatile enough to do anything about it… as long as they were not inside the walls. Then, I had an epiphany. Jazz was completely helpless at this point, as her sword was incapable of dealing any kind of damage. So I took one really good look at her sword and then stone shaped one exactly like it. I can craft rods in my sleep, so a basic representation of a Rapier was not difficult. This allowed Jazz to make use of her uncanny ability to find any weak spot in anything and exploit it drastically. In the end, we survived.

After this, I had to spend 10 minutes memorizing a spell I had not used in a VERY long time… Transmute Rock to Mud. It was nasty, and took more than one casting of Prestidigitation to clean it all off, but we found some nice magical items that the Lava Child’s were hiding it seems. Continuing down the tunnel we eventually encountered some Cacodaemons. Small, flying, and mouths full of teeth. I did not want to get bit by those things, so I blasted them as fast as I could. I even dusted off my Widen Metamagic Rod and used it. It worked rather nicely.

Then, 10 separate pops announced the arrival of new enemies, Venedaemons. We were surrounded in this tunnel by a bunch of outsiders we had not seen before… well most of us. I had researched them a lot back in the days. Page 347 of the Daemon book my father forced me to read on a particularly sunny afternoon. It only stuck in my head because Conner made a shadow twin of me and took me outside that day. I wonder if I will ever see him again? Alas, it was not the time for a trip down memory lane. It’s a good thing I was holding this Widen Metamagic Rod in my hands. No sooner had they arrived I was able to cast a serious Shocking Fireball among all of us. I am just glad I can prepare it selectively or I would have roasted my allies as well. 10 come in, and 7 of them are taken out instantly the minute they show up. Max and Jazz each get one as well. The last one was able to get away before Jazz could react. Still, it seems some nice free loot was delivered to us. How thoughtful of them.

Session 42 - Ivan

After finding the entrance to this cave through the side of the mountain I began to realize that there was an order to these clues from the tapestry. I started with alphabetical, but that wasn’t right. I tried a few different ways after that until it finally started to make sense. It was some kind of prophecy, but of course it wasn’t very clear. I’m not sure why all prophecies sound like absolute gibberish but make sense after the fact. I assume that is the point, but it doesn’t mean I have to like it.

After finding the entrance and a lot of enemies surrounding it, we landed behind the tree line to strategize. It was a really large enemy force split down the middle by a river, so naturally I took one side and everyone else took the other. I normally hold back and let the Max and Jazz show commence, since I am the backup plan in case everything goes awry. However, this time I was really able to let loose. I didn’t hold back at all this time.

We didn’t get as much time as I would have liked to buff up, since Jaz wasn’t able to hide when turned into a Fire Elemental. Still, it was enough to let the others loose and I ended up planting myself right in the air above the river and cut off the bridge. After that, it was a simple combination of Lava Wall, Clenched Fist, a Quicken Rod, and a lot of Shocking Fireballs. When shock didn’t work, I changed them to acid. All in all, the fight went well… but Jazz was seriously close to dying. If not for that Phoenix tattoo she would have perished. We need to be much more careful.

We were able to clear out the enemies; however the blink dog in the cage did not make it. I should have put a barrier around it. Hindsight sucks… Regardless, we were able to figure out a way to open the passage into the mountain by speaking the word Nerostrix in Aklo. The passageway took a long time to open, so unfortunately the spells I cast before were long gone. I even had to recast a few on myself while we waited.

Eventually it opened up, but it was getting late so we decided to rest for the night in my mansion. Through there we teleported to town and got a few items we were missing and I found a new cloak that was very nice. Now, every time I take any sort of fire damage, I will turn invisible. I figure in a volcano, it might come in handy…

Session 42-Jazz

We were wind walking along. There is a lot of time for solitude and reflection when you cant communicate with your traveling partners, and you are left to alone with your own thoughts. I thought a lot about Max, and how much he’s changed over the time we have been together. Seriously, I mean he went from a normal sized man to a beast in a cod piece. He’s huge. When I think about his wandering eye, I am reminded of the little pip squeak that I almost overlooked when we first started out, before we ever went to Nacatose. I remembered the prince of that area that treated me so very well. That prince was the type of man that I imagine ever woman dreams about. He was rich and powerful obviously, and he was kind. He even came and rescued us many of times, and each time we were friendly and seemingly a pretty good match as lovers. He even enjoyed my cooking style. Somehow however, I was more than willing to leave him behind and let my heart be opened and stabbed time and time again to someone who seemed to prefer me out of a matter of convenience. And if I would have allowed myself to fall for a Prince, would he have done the same as many royals do and cast me to the thousands of women cast as nothing but notches on the bedpost. Instead I made him a notch on mine and never even asked. Then it happened. We rolled up to beat up the bad guys and do our job, and it happened.

I died. Yep, it happened. We figured out that we needed to go to the volcano with all this strange scryig and voodoo of object. Honestly, all that was just over my head. Ivan really was the one figuring out where the heck we were going, and apparently he was right. We came upon this odd looking development in the side of the mountain where the river was just spirting from the base of the mountain, and settled there was what looked like an evil cult.

My eyes were immediately drawn to the blink dog. I’ve never seen one before and it was mysterious and beautiful. There were three humans in there with the dog and at first I didn’t know if it was evil or good. Once they saw us coming in, after Ivan announced us with a lava wall, it was clear the dog was being held captive. It was eventually sacrificed to draw more power to the magic wielders or something.

Now that I have died, this is disturbing. My body was healed and my soul returned immediately so dying didn’t feel like anything but a spell being cast. That poor blink dog and the three other people who were most likely innocent were not so lucky to have an arcane mark of the phoenix to save them. My phoenix is gone now, much like the blink dog, and life feels much more delicate for the experience. We found some soul stones, which apparently the underworld type like to use as commodities. I wonder if one of the souls is the blink dog. I wonder if one of the stones would have been my soul, trapped and encased in glass.

The millisecond I was dead, my life did flash before my eyes. There was more than just men, or lack of men or even the occasional woman. There was my Mom, and the neighbors I used to play with as a child. There was the kind words and looks of longing from others who were in my training courses. It occurred to me that everything that seems like it matters in certain moments is nothing lasting, and that each moment should be valued just for what it can offer. The idea of marriage or fidelity obviously are farce hoods, and if a moment comes by in that a person can connect, as long as its not hurting anyone else, that should be taken for the moment it’s given. It was an intense millisecond but it was freeing from my distracted mind.

Now we are entering into the volcano and where we are of course going to have to battle some more underworld soul stealing demons. I am weaker and stronger at the same time.

Session 42 - Max

Nobody had a clue where to find the last piece. All we knew was where the last location was and then, after some serious deep thought, it came to us. That crystal ball we obtained SOO long ago. It was in the same room as the string. Back to the old trick of Ivan focusing on something and seeing things around it and where it’s been. It’s nice to have someone who is worldly(and wordy) smart with us. All those clues about where the final piece is at was hurting my head. At least I figured out it was about a volcano, but where? That’s where Ivan came in. He was able to read all of the clues that were in different languages and we figured out where we had to go. Aerta. The biggest volcano around. But we are running out of time. We couldn’t teleport directly there since we’d never been there. However, we did realize we could cut out trip time in half at the very least by teleporting to those weird woods we went to when we were escorting the princess. From there..WHOOSH! Wind Walk all the way tot he volcano and make our way around, inspecting as we went. We eventually came to a place where we saw a bunch of not so good looking guys doing something, along with some people and some sort of dog locked in a cage. After some recon, it was determined that these guys weren’t very nice, especially since they had a very nice blink dog locked up in the cage with the people. And whatever they were doing to the side of the volcano wasn’t very good either. Almost like using ritual sacrifices to open a portal or something. That was not something we could abide. We did our normal preparations, came up with battle plans, and zoomed into action. Ivan put down a wall of lava to help prevent people getting from one side of the river to the other while Jazz, me, and Lang teleported(using my new nifty skill) near the cage so we could help free the captives while taking out the people around it and Lang could get the cage open. What we didn’t count on was that EVERY ONE of the bad guys was a damned cleric. Spells were launched at us left and right, but Jazz and I were able to deflect and waded in and did our thing, tearing up people left and right as we could. Her as a fire elemental and me as an earth elemental. Unfortunately, the guys in the cage were much worse off than we had expected and the clerics we couldn’t get to murdered them right in front of our eyes. That REALLY pissed me off. Ivan took care of his side while we took care of ours. Some of his guys managed to actually jump the river to our side but he kept on them as well. It was a long and hard-fought battle, both physically and mentally. But persistence pays off(as well as spells and just good old fashioned beatings) and we eventually took them out. After tending our wounds, we decided to take a look at what they were doing. On a workbench they had something that apparently was some gems that had souls stored in them. We took those in hopes to figure out how to release the souls properly, either to return to their bodies or to be set to rest in peace. Using what we thought sounded like a password from the clues, as soon as it was repeated a hole opened up in the side of the volcano, like a portal or a doorway. Well, with the clues we’ve gotten so far, this seems like the right way to go. And we really need that string. So, down the dark corridor we went. Eventually though, it ended in a cave-in. After the last battle though, I’m thinking we should just rest for a minute before Sethi starts moving and sculpting the stone out of the way….

Session 41 - Sethi

Our mission here with the elves was over. We had acquired the trigger mechanism and it was time to go back to Kaliz. Lisentilathul has decided to remain with him people and not return home. I cannot say that I blame him but King Elmenor will surely be disappointed.

Unfortunately the anti-teleportation ring around the Elven Woods requires us to walk back across the bridge over the anti-magic field. We could all sense that this might be a problem. The bridge and neighboring border towns were all abuzz with activity. Apparently a 1000 new elves is good for trade. As we start walking across, Lang spies someone strange on the opposite side. It is, or was, a shrouded mysterious figure who teleported away as soon as he/she spotted us. Not good. We pick up the pace but before we get back she reappears with some friends (of hers, definitely not ours). It is that witch, Darlina, and some of her disciples. And we are stuck in the middle of an anti-magic field. We move forward. They move to the edge of the magic field and wait for us. Battle ensues. Darlina disappears again, only to return a few seconds later with more of her friends. These guys hit really hard with their battleaxes. Really hard. We try to focus on Darlina but the bitch flies up and teleports away. Again. We will get her some day. But for today her disciples will have to do. And, of course, we prevail. We loot their bodies quickly and get out of there before she comes back with more of them.

Back home, King Elmenor is once again happy to see us. The war is not going well. Magrith has lost their greatest hero, General Ling, so died in battle. They are barely holding on. King Elmenor fears that without Nacatost’s limited army propping them up, they would fall. The elves said they would only help in small ways. Maybe we need them there and now? And, even though Prince Aerethor the traitor knows of the plan, we are ready to enact Prince Silaught’s bold plan to attack through the Sakerin Pass. Many fear that it will be suicide. But the construct is nearly complete and we must not let that happen. And it gets worse. Toron has been unable to find the last piece of the ballista artifact. All he has is some ancient history ending with the string (now used as a whip) in the hands of Clerics of Urgathoa.

We recall that we are still in possession of a crystal ball that we recovered from the Urgathoan temple oh so many moons ago. Ivan uses his scrying ability on the crystal ball and sure enough gains sight of the tapestry left behind by the last known owner of the whip. But what a riddled jumbled mess of a clue. Seven different languages all mixed together. Than goodness Ivan is a super genius. He is able to decipher the riddle’s clues, but what do they mean?

Session 40 - Sethi

It turns out that the elves had a plan. I guess they had been stuck in this fort for some time awaiting rescue and making preparations. They had an armored convoy pulled by magical mounts. Of course those unable to fight were clustered in the center and archers provided cover from the outsides. We rode at the head of the convoy to take care of any roadblocks. And I must admit they did a fantastic job with the blighted fey. After our struggles to get to their fort I thought they would be over-whelmed quickly but the fey could barely mount an attack before being wiped out. Until. Until we came across a fairly normally looking elfish one. And Erlking we would soon learn. And he had a cohort of Satyrs with him. They had risen the road up in a huge hill with a ditch behind it, impassible for our wagons. But first, we had to do something about them.

The Satyrs were mostly annoying but the songs from their pipes were dangerous. The Erlking was fierce. He was a masterful flying, even staying under the canopy, and he hit like a ton of bricks with his long sword. I think Max might have even went down at one time except for is Phoenix tattoo. Ultimately we prevailed, of course.

With their kind defeated, the rest of the fey seemed to back off. The elves set up a rear guard at the hill while we went through the portal to make sure that an Inevitable had not reappeared. It hadn’t. But the portal through the Shadow Plane was clearly failing. We quickly went back and sent the elves through. We followed last but by now the portal was clearly in distress. On the way back, separated from each other by miles of Shadow portal and moving at incredible speeds we found ourselves individually faced with shadow fields. What was I to do to defeat such a beast. Nothing of course. But hiding for a few moments I could surely pull off and I did. Fortunately the creature could not find me invisible and I stayed as far away from it as I could get. A minute later I was back on Sellitt and surrounded by my friends, who weren’t so happy to see my friend. They had already vanquished their foes and quickly eliminated mine. Meanwhile the elves were killing others that made it through.

The next task was to close the portal, for good. The elves did it with a little help from Ivan. And peace was back in the Elven Woods. Listentathul, it turns out, was the governor to these people we just saved. Some of his family were still among them. It is amazing how his mood changed instantly. I think he did not allow himself to believe they could still be alive. Their rewards to us were incredible. And they gave us the trigger mechanism as promised. Now we have to get it home.

Session 39 - Max

It was good to finally be able to put my feet up and relax. Running all day and trying to avoid an onslaught from shadowy creatures really works up an appetite. But we needed to be here for a bit so some spells could be recovered so I tried to play some games with Jazz. She obliged but I still think she’s mad at me. Guess I’ll just give it some more time. You can only apologize so much. Either way, I went to bed and slept soundly, from both a clear conscience and bodily fatigue.

We woke up the next morning(or what we are assuming is morning) but didn’t head out right away. We knew we needed to beat feet as far as possible to avoid running for our lives all day. Then, Sethi educated us on a spell called Wind Walk. After explaining what it could do, there were no other options to choose from. Move 100’/second? Yeah, I’m down for that. And that’s exactly what we did. We hauled ass through the shadowy underbrush. Just a wisp as we flew by the things waiting for us. However, what we didn’t expect was to come up so quick on a clearing with a wall about 50’ out from it. We had to pull up quick but decided to stop in the clearing, just to check out the surroundings. We were in the middle of a huge wall that looked like it went on for a ¼ of a mile in both directions. And as we stood there evaluating, we could see and hear the things in the forest figuring out we had rematerialized where they could get to us. I was hoping that the sunny lighted area would hold them back but we weren’t about to find out. We took to the misty form again and went up about 60 feet or so, just above the wall enough to look past it. And boy was it a sight. I was expecting parapets and walkways and stuff but oh no…The entire outside was flat roofing. And nobody that we could see as we went higher trying to get more information on what we could only assume was the elven city. We saw some arrow slits but that was it. So, off we went towards the roof to land on it when all of a sudden, we were just tumbling and hit the ground with a THUD. We got a little dinged up but nothing we couldn’t shake off. What I didn’t like was shrinking back into the puny human, lacking strength. I had to get out of this anti-magic field But, it was in that dazed state that the monsters decided to make their push. Quickly, Ivan figured out they had an anti-magic barrier, which would explain why it keeps some things out. But why didn’t the flying monsters just fly high over top of it? Something we’ll have to ask the elves. But they came out quick, coming at us. Lots of different things. But, we figured if we couldn’t magically get over the wall, we’d get there physically. I tried to use a grappling hook but it just didn’t have anything to grab on to and came back down. Right on top of an unsuspecting quickling! I actually laughed in the middle of a battle for my life. Then, all of a sudden, someone threw down a tree feather token and this huge tree sprang into being, close enough to the wall that we could climb it and get onto the roof. Unfortunately, some of the quicklings also had the same idea and they could climb faster than us. All of a sudden though, while I’m trying to fight for my life, get away from this huge monster that came up beside me as well as some measly quicklings, this beautiful creature came from out the woods. One look and I was mesmerized. I just had to get to her. Nothing else mattered. So I fought my way through, eventually getting out of the anti-magic field and growing to my usual size to beat the crap out of anything that got in my way of her. But, things just kept getting in my way. And just as I was about to reach her, I saw someone kill her. It was at that moment that I realized it was Jazz who had killed her and I snapped back into my own head. Dammit! I had been mindfucked by that hideous creature that Jazz killed. Keeping my mind clear…one more reason I like Jazz. As I looked around, I saw arrows flying from the arrow slits, taking out creatures at a frantic pace. We were told by one of the elves to go to the glowing arrow, which was a short timed teleportation circle. While they took out the rest of the creatures with arrows, we hauled over to the arrow and one by one poofed…..somewhere….

As I popped out, Lang had jumped out of the way since it ended up on a single pedestal which could barely contain me. But since I knew there was one more person coming through, I also jumped out off the platform and onto the floor and once again shrunk back down into my smaller human size. Man, this sucks. After our last compatriot came through, 3 more monsters came through and had followed us in. And these weren’t like the quicklings or the big monsters. These were regular sized people but seriously formidable. But Jazz and I did our thing while Ivan cheered us on. Anti-magic is very much his nemesis more than any actual physical combatant could be. But with Jazz and I taking up our dance and the help of the elves and their magic arrows(which luckily still worked when someone(a bad guy luckily enough) was up on the pedestal. They eventually got taken out by us and the elves….Time to meet our captors!

Session 39 - Ivan

For the rest of the day and into the night we partied ourselves in the mansion derived from my spell. Drinking and laughing and carrying on. Max and Jaz were having a good old time, and Lang was his quiet self getting drinks brought to him over and over. I was busy playing chess against myself in the library. I tried to get Sethi to play, but he hasnt been himself. He was very quiet and seems to have checked out lately. I am not sure what is wrong with him. He went from social and interesting to almost blank and emotionless… like part of him isn’t even there anymore. Oh well, he didnt want to play chess and I didnt push the issue. Unseen servants are useful, but they cannot play chess either, so I used the twin spell to make another me and we just relaxed for a few hours. I ended up winning of course.

After a good nights sleep, and some breakfast, Sethi was able to cast Wind Walk or something, and we were able to move very fast and skip most of the hostile area. It was much better than trying to figure out a strategy for everyone keeping the same pace since not all of us can run like a leopard. With this spell, we were able to keep up with each other and not have a problem.

After a while we came to a clearing and a really big wall. We noticed some hostiles around but paid no attention since we were wind walking anyway. We figured there was something that would prevent these hostile fey from flying over the wall, but we tried anyway and it wasn’t pretty. A full wall of Antimagic Field surrounded the physical stone wall and ended up dropping us out of the sky. Unfortunately we also came out of our wind walk and all of the fey spotted us that were hiding behind the treeline. We figured if we could not fly over the wall, we would use a feather token to grow a tree and climb over it. The fey liked this idea and ended up trying to follow us. The elves were displeased with the thought and set the tree on fire so the fey could not follow. I used some spells as soon as I got out of the antimagic field, and helped all that I could. The elves noticed that we were not enemies so they didnt fill us with arrows, but they were not taking chances either. They lit up a teleportation circle and I dove for it assuming the rest of the team was behind me. I arrived in a kill box with a bunch of arrow slots in the walls. I assumed anyone that used these teleportation circles would be tested before they were released, and I was right. I stepped off of the platform only to realize I was in an antimagic area again. I stepped back on the portal and was able to cast again. A quick Dimension Door and I was back into the fight.

The enemies had amassed and I was in perfect position to say something about it. I decided to light them up with some much needed Lightning Spheres (fireballs) and cleared a path for the rest of us. 2 extra people came running through the trees and followed us through the portal into the kill box again. I didnt recognize them, but when they interacted with the antimagic field they changed. Some polymorph ability made them look human, but they were enemies. We did all we could in the antimagic field, but there was not much we could accomplish. Eventually, we prevailed… but it took some serious skill and performance from the Max and Jaz show. Unfortunately, inside antimagic I am near useless. If there was only something I could do about that.

Session 38 - Ivan

Walking into this shadow plane for a showdown was slightly intimidating, but I worked out a very nice buff list and even Jazzy liked the Fire Elemental Form I gave her. She was able to move just as well as before, if not better. I ended up making Max an Earth Elemental as well, which helped out a lot. He was liking his form a lot too. Seems that the normal Legendary Proportions might take a back seat due to its cost.

Seeing this beast was something else. So many arms, and only a face a mother could love… if that thing even had a mother. Still, it was in our way, and I didn’t feel bad when my buffed up companions decided to give him something to worry about. Still, I figured we would be dealing with a lot of elemental rays like they had warned us about. Not many actually came out. Still, if anything went wrong, I had my contingency plan.

The battle started out with Max and Jazzy trading blows while this thing teleported around a lot. I suppose I should have seen that coming and ended up using my Dimensional Anchor, but I had not thought of it today so we just had to deal with it. Besides, this thing is on god levels, and I assume it would have a way around it.

It looked like we had almost won when it decided to cast Wall of Force and trap itself behind it and start healing. Max and Sethi had other plans. They teleported inside and finished him off. I decided it was time to make use of the contingency plan and take down the wall of force anyway. I watched this thing go off and I swear it nearly ripped a hole in the fabric of time. I will not be trying that again unless absolutely necessary.

Still, we were able to leave the way we came in and decided to refresh our spells and our strength before pursuing our main objective. I went through and prepared some new spells since I am hoping we will be able to actually damage something with electricity. It has been way too long since I shocked someone… literally.

The next day, we went into the shadow plane portal and decided to cut a path through the dense woods we encountered. Still, it was something to behold when blighted fey attacked. I assumed it was because of the breach into the shadow plane that was left open on this side. Still, assumptions are the mother of all screw ups, and I should keep my eyes open for more of these things.

Sure enough, I was right. More and more enemies attacked us, and we were having to move and battle them at the same time. It was rough, especially when moving and putting some of these rods away is a chore. I wish I could find a way to swap them easier.

It ended up getting to the point where enough was enough. Everyone was tired of running and I was definitely not liking how spread out these things were. I decided enough was enough and summoned my Magnificent Mansions door. We will stay here for the rest of the day and night, with hopes that those things are gone in the morning.


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