The Evil Doers are deep into a weird golden honeycomb maze now. Having experienced a horrible ghost encounter, what more can the Evil Doers expect from the gold next?
The Evil Doers seem to have passed at least part of Pelor’s trials successfully. However, what does this quaint room have in store for them? And what about the door on the other side of the room? Will it be more trials of Pelor or perhaps even something more nefarious?
What lies beyond the arcane rune slab of a Golden Dragon and a Symbol of Pelor? Who knows, but by far it will be the most challenging trial the Evil Doers will have ever faced!
The Evil Doers are in it deep now. With the promise of power and treasure, our companions have spent a fair amount of gold on a rock purchased from a complete stranger. Will the Evil Doers get what they bargained for, or will it all be in vain? … And probably death. Vain and death.
The Evil Doers must have not felt safe, seeing as they are now trying to setup a new base of operation. However, traps seem to elude Gerlach at almost every intersection of interest. Hopefully, the Evil Doers will keep on running into vermin and not as many traps so they can call the place home in a timely manner.
The Evil Doers are truly evil, breaking the rules and all. However, the sacrifice Gerlach chose for the Evil Doers seems like a fair trade. They must now figure out what to do at their food pantry. Perhaps they will feed the poor, try to convert some people to be followers of Hextor, or maybe find a new source of food.
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The Evil Doers did a pretty horrible job getting that meat. Hopefully they can move onto growing their establishments and rule. Or perhaps they can break part of the game and their progress in one fell swoop.
With success in site, the Evil Doers will probably move their gaze onto grander things and bigger aspirations. Or they may possibly just fantasize about donkeys and food.
There is one key element to the whole Dungeons and Dragons game that has yet to be used; it starts with a “D”, ends with “RAGON”, and probably won’t be all that cordial tonight!