Legacy of Fire

Kobolds: session 3
Where are those damn kids?

LEVEL UP to 3 before next session

Children found: 2/5, and a bonus bard

The Goods:

  • 2 potions of Owl’s Wisdom
  • +1 battleaxe inscribed with Glintaxe {Lug?}
  • mithral full plate armor (medium size) {Karl?}
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Kobolds: session 2

You all camped at some point between the first session and this one, so any daily abilities or whatever that you may have used up last time are refreshed.

The Goods:

  • boots of elvenkind {Karl}
  • slippers of spider climb {Lem}
  • half-finished figurine of an owl bear (worth 20gp)
  • Grasp of Droskar (see handout in Roll20)
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Kobolds?
Discuss

Roll20 link for Crown of the Kobold King: https://app.roll20.net/join/1217100/fF_P-g

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Roll20 link for Legacy of Fire: https://app.roll20.net/join/1769537/YJskLA

 

Roll20 link for Crown of the Kobold King: https://app.roll20.net/join/1217100/fF_P-g

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