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    posted a message on Storm King's Thunder; Stuck in Chapter 3

    I’ve ran Storm King twice and played it once. The best thing to do is follow the advice above. Bread crumbs in D&D is one of the best things you can use as a DM. Feeling stuck happens to all of at one point or another. So don’t get bogged down by that because you came to the right place. The best thing to do is to get through this is to have maybe a woman or a man injured by the next tribe and running from them. People in distress always gets a party motivated, unless they are murder hobos. Then they might kill the distressed person lol 

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    posted a message on Eberron: The World That We Won't Forget.

    Exactly! I wanted D&D, not an MMO. But thankfully, 5th Ed gave me what I love back!!! 

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    posted a message on The G'M.O.A.T.'s Eberron: The Mark of the Betrayed (An Eberron 5E Adventure)

    ((OOG I have some time to post for the next hour or so, then I can check the boards before bed tonight... this new position at work is the worst 😭))

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    posted a message on The G'M.O.A.T.'s Eberron: The Mark of the Betrayed (An Eberron 5E Adventure)

    ((OOG But nice rolls, Y'all... these city watch down in this district are A-holes... something you just witnessed, they are much nicer in the Towers above lol )) 

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    posted a message on The G'M.O.A.T.'s Eberron: The Mark of the Betrayed (An Eberron 5E Adventure)

    ((OOG Sorry about the slow posting, holy hell is this new job busy... Customer Service for an energy supplier... I hate it. I feel like I am hurting the karma of my soul in this job... but I need $...and there ain't nowhere else around here that will pay me this well... #life ))

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    posted a message on The G'M.O.A.T.'s Eberron: The Mark of the Betrayed (An Eberron 5E Adventure)

    She pauses, looks at the gold, pockets it and says, "Seems like their papers are in order.

    She steps slowly back away from Tiny. Visibly showing her fear at the large form in front of her. 

    The guards part like the Red Sea, and the way is opened to the lift. 

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    posted a message on The G'M.O.A.T.'s Eberron: The Mark of the Betrayed (An Eberron 5E Adventure)

    Insight: [roll]1d20+3[/roll]

    ((OOG For both Persuasion and Intimidate checks))

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    posted a message on The G'M.O.A.T.'s Eberron: The Mark of the Betrayed (An Eberron 5E Adventure)
    Quote from Madclergy >>

    "Mi'lady...If I might" Milotva steps forward slowly. He lowers his top hat and quickly reaches inside retrieving his papers, "We adventurers were just passing through and meant no harm. Maybe we could look past this whole situation before it gets out of...hand" Milotva quickly maneuvers a few gold pieces in with his papers to bribe the guard with. 

    OOC: Sleight of hand in case its needed (9), Persuasion in case it's needed (22)

     

    ((OOG How many GP? Everyone has allocated GP on their sheets now. I went through and gave y'all some coin appropriate for your level. ))

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    posted a message on The G'M.O.A.T.'s Eberron: The Mark of the Betrayed (An Eberron 5E Adventure)

    "Less growling, more grabbing your papers." She looks back to Teesen, "They think I have all day to play with them?" She looks back towards Tiny. Staring intently. "You, your papers now, or you will spend a night in the brig.

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    posted a message on The G'M.O.A.T.'s Eberron: The Mark of the Betrayed (An Eberron 5E Adventure)

    *SPAT*

    She spits on the ground, suspectingly close to Tiny's not so tiny feet. 

    "I don' need no out'ander 'elling me how to speak of my city. My towers are larger than any "great talking tree", that's for damned sure. Especially one traveling with such an ensemble. We have our eye on you, adventurers." She walks around Tiny's massive form, circling him. "And 'his one here, a little problem with authority, IT has, yes? A fine it is, then. TEESEN!

    A human guard walks forward and hands her a small notebook that she immediately starts writing in. 

    "All of you, PAPERS!

    ((OOG Your History check will reveal the following:

    The city watch in Sharn is overall a largely Lawful and helpful bunch. For all the work they put in, there is a small contingent that is overlooked. And that is the city watch in Clifftop. This brigade is given free reign to police and serves this port area, for there are those from all over who will try to skirt Brelish and Sharn's laws because they were ignorant of the laws and customs. 

    But, there is a splinter group within the watch that is fierce to all, but mainly adventurers. They can spot them out easily because all Guild Memberships have to be cleared through the city watch. 

    Their enigmatic captain stays in the shadows as they work their way through the district giving problems to anyone trying to get from point A to point B. False arrests, imprisonments, fines, shakedowns, etc. are known to have happened more often than not.

    Best advice, stay clear of them. If you become a target, be wary. A few gold coins slipped into the right hand may relieve you from the stressors of dealing with overzealous city watch.

     

    ))

     

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    posted a message on Hey, want to be a bad guy?
    Quote from lilik1224 >>

    I'd love to try this! I'm a newer player and it'd be interesting to see how players who know what they're doing play even if they will most likely murder me.

     I love your pfp... LOVE D.VA! My 11-year-old niece wants to go as her for Halloween. 

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    posted a message on The G'M.O.A.T.'s Eberron: The Mark of the Betrayed (An Eberron 5E Adventure)

    Roll a History check if you have it. 

     

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    posted a message on The G'M.O.A.T.'s Eberron: The Mark of the Betrayed (An Eberron 5E Adventure)

    ((OOG You don't even want to know how hard this was to get a post up... I seriously have accidentally deleted two of these I had written up... once on here, once on Word... Anyways, this game won't be as fast-paced as Sunless was. I apologize for that, but this new position has me busy all day :/ ))

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    posted a message on The G'M.O.A.T.'s Eberron: The Mark of the Betrayed (An Eberron 5E Adventure)

    The towers of this district are drab gray granite, but the crowds that fill the streets are quite colorful. People of all races and cultures can be seen. An Aundairian wizard compares notes with a kalashtar monk in the shade of a tavern, while across the street a Lhazaar privateer and a Valenar elf compare blades. Clifftop is a fairly dingy district—but it attracts an interesting crowd.

    This district attracts those willing to devote sword, spells, or skills to risky but profitable endeavors. Anyone looking for a discreet bodyguard, a mercenary soldier, or a guide to the wilds of Xen’drik can find what they need in Clifftop. Adventurers looking for a patron may find one here.

    Clifftop is a curious blend of wealth and poverty. Most of the businesses in the district are serviceable, but not exceptional, providing for the needs of the adventurer who rarely has more than a few pieces of gold in his purse. It also provides services for the lucky explorer or privateer who has returned home with gold to spare, with commercial spellcasters, shops selling used wands and old mageworked weapons, and other exotic goods readily available. While similar in many ways to the Deathsgate district, Clifftop has a better and generally well-deserved reputation.

    Walking through the crowds you can see the market stalls filled with exotic wares and foods from all over Khorvaire and the world.

    You, madam, Sarlonian potatoes fresh off the boat…

    GET YOUR FRESH DISPLACER BEAST! BLINK AND YOU’LL MISS IT! FRESH DISPLA...”

    Past the stalls and deeper into Daggerwatch you pass the world famous Drunken Dragon, know for the finest drinks in Sharn, Khorvaire; and some even say the world! 

    "Aye, we have a half shipment for you, Brigette. Sanguines attack our holds again, barely made it back." A human male with bronzed skin says to a small halfling woman. 

    "It's not enough, it never is enough. Even with the full..." She pauses and grabs the man by the arm as he turns around to place barrels back on his cart, "Of course, we'll take em. We always do, captain."

    Their voices trail off as you get closer to the lift and to exit this part of the District know as Daggerwatch.

    Walking towards you, a group of six of Sharn’s finest. Dressed in the modest tones of blue and gold, the symbol of Sharn on their shields.

     ((OOG The lift is about 100 feet away, they stand about 15 in front of the group. The street itself is about 50 feet wide and the crowd thinned out the closer you got to the lift))

    Stop right there! Where do you think you’re going?” A female shifter steps forward and asks. “Another troupe to cause problems in our beloved city, I reckon.

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    posted a message on The G'M.O.A.T.'s Eberron: The Mark of the Betrayed (An Eberron 5E Adventure)

    ((OOG Have you ever worked hard on a long post, walk away for a minute and find it gone :'( Okay, here's attempt two! Shit...

    The "library" as you call it is in the University District. To get there is quite easy, you wouldn't need a guide because most of you have been in Sharn for a little bit.It is one of the tallest, most illustrious towers in Sharn. Its golden dome acts as a beacon of knowledge. Located in the Upper Methis Plateau where it occupies the University District. The University itself occupies the MASSIVE Dalannan Tower. 

     

    The Morgrave University Library stretches down below the main buildings above, with levels and levels of stacks below the public reading rooms.

    A brief 30-45 minute stroll through the streets of Sharn should get you to the base of the tower. Or take one of the many Elevator Platforms up to a Skycoach station.

    Okay, now to re-write the next part too...lol I miss my old PC :'( anyways, I will work on that and try to have it posted within the hour. It's a lot, so be patient, my friends. ))

     

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