Danish Pastry

The Sludge Pit

Area 1

Thoradin and Zular entered the dungeon. The room was dominated by a long trench filled with glowing green goo. On the other side was an angered, sling-carrying, reptilian creature. The party pursued it into a room on the other side of the trench. Little did they know that it was the kobolds plan to lead them in an ambush. The Paladin and the Warlord, not being the most perceptive, got caught unaware by two spear carrying kobolds waiting in the darkness. They battled fiercely with the stab-happy little humanoid, trapping the slinger in the corner, giving him no opportunity to use his beloved sling. The Kobold Skirmishers wailed away at the heavily armored dwarf. What the kobolds didn’t expect was the heavy strikes from a goliath barbarian. Kaemo, who was arriving a bit later than his two fellow adventurers struck down the kobold skirmisher that had snuck up behind Zular. The kobolds attacked with anger and viciousness were eventually struck down by the adventurers cold steel. With four kobold dispatched and their ears collected as proof of demise, they continued onwards to the portcullis that stood between them and the next room. Zular, with crossbow in hand, peeked beyond the bars of the steel gate, to see a single kobold slinger beside a lever. He aimed and shot after the kobold, but missed him. The kobold loaded a rock into his sling and retaliated. The rest of the party gathered around the gate to identify the ruckus that was going on. The barbarian called upon his primal strength in an attempt to break open the portcullis, but failed in doing so. The stout paladin attempted to intimidate the kobold into pulling the lever, by threatening to do to him what they had done to his comrades. The kobold was weak in will and opened the gate. The barbarian struck the kobold down, knowing that the small humanoids could not be trusted to keep their words.

The party ventured on to the next room…

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