Carrion Crown Adventure Path – Game Session – 053

Game summary for April 10, 2014, Carrion Crown Adventure Path campaign, Wake of the Watcher adventure; PCs included Brutus Bonesmasher (human fighter), Dario Malavasi (human oracle), Emilian Sandulescu (human paladin/ranger), and Malthus Brightray (half-elf cleric), accompanied by NPC companions Nyssa Pagonis (human cleric) and Pavlos Zervas (human fighter/rogue).

The team returned to the center of the house and inspected the menhirs once again.  They discovered an indention in one that matched the amulet taken from Vizier Voltiaro, and they inserted it like a key.  It activated a phase door, and the team found themselves in dark natural caverns!  A large cylindrical glass tank stood to the side, and floating within was the preserved corpse of Cassius Undiomede!  The team found his journal on a lectern beside it and confiscated it while a magical bell began to ring.

The group quickly moved down a passage and found a pool of fetid water and gunk.  A shiny metal glint attracted the party near the pool, and a fetid spore mound surged forth!  Emilian rushed forward and fell into the stinky murk.  The plant monster grappled Emilian and began bashing him around.  The team moved in to attack, with Malthus using fire magic while Pavlos and Brutus hurled daggers.  Dario used a number of searing light spells.  The group discovered weapons causes the plant to spew forth yellow mold spores.  After a short battle, the team defeated the monster.

The team then moved further into the caverns and found half a dozen trident-wielding skum and a larger fishy monstrosity!  The fishmen attacked by hurling their tridents.  Emilian was knocked down a small chasm while the fish beast went berserk in the back.  It did not come to the aid of the skum while the party slaughtered them.  With the skum dead, the party found themselves facing the bizarre creature.

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