Chronoshift: Spelljammer — Game Session — 016

Game summary for September 13, 2022, Chronoshift: Spelljammer campaign, Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, for Phoenix Gaming Club. Session included: Crimson “Pyro” Deathcloud (Tiefling Alchemist played by Peyton Harmon), Hekera Nephera Mawhesk Vyk’sebekenka (Sebek-ka Fighter played by Preston Harmon), Helg Ingvar (Aasimar Cleric played by Chris Harmon), Intevar Dagella (Centurian Drow Silent Hunter played by Casey Scruggs), and Khesen Pavel (Human Brawler played by Parker Harmon). Game Master for this session was Charles Plemons.

The team prepared several items for an all-out assault on the man-o-war.  They decided they did not know what was keeping the portal open and didn’t want to risk it closing in the battle and being separated from the Perry.  So, they decided they would fly the damselfly through and attack while the Perry came through and made for Archin (20 days away).  They would try to meet up with the crew there. 

The team sailed their ship through the portal and up upon the man-o-war before anyone could adjust targeting on the siege weapons.  They had lined up on the rails and were prepared to board.  Khesen tried to use a grappling hook to link the ships and missed his first toss.  Several of the enemies jumped over onto the damselfly!  Crimson started hurling bombs while the team engaged the enemies on board.  Intevar tried to rush up through the hatch and found Crimson standing on it and holding it shut!  One of the drow illuminated most of the boarding party with faerie fire

Several of the enemies hurled tanglefoot and tangleburn bags and missed terribly.  Another hurled an iron pellet grenade, but it bounced around the deck!  Helg picked it up planning to throw it down the communication pipe!  Most of the team jumped over to the man-o-war after repelling the attackers on their own ship and securing the ships together.  The rest of the enemies were cut down, and Helg rolled the grenade into the depths of the ship, and they waited…

KABOOM!  Intevar grinned as smoke and dust rolled up the stairs. 

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