By Bruce R. Cordell
Lovecraftian horror from award-winning Forgotten Realms® game dressmaker Bruce R. Cordell.
Raidon Kane travels to the subterranean citadel of the somnambulant aboleths, bent on killing the Eldest in its sleep. yet he isn’t the single one certain for the hidden urban. A warlock, an arch fey, a pirate, and a excessive priestess of the Abolethic Sovereignty all have designs in their personal at the Eldest–if they don’t kill one another first.
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I n this encounter, Luwn's preferred means of escape is the secret door behind the statue. It leads to the vertical shaft that drops to the crypt. He can hide i n a sarcophagus there. CONCLUSION When Lucan is captured or defeated, the adventure ends. If there's a wooden stake i n his chest, Lucan is completely inert and won't pose problems on the return trip. Viorr pays with no complaints, although he'd like to "debrief" the PCs first. If it meets the needs of your overall campaign, you can of course make the PCs' live8 more difficult.
A high, uaulted ceiling stretches 30 feet upJrorn thefloor, providing enough roomfora 25-foot-tall stdue of a bat-winged, ram-headed demon from an ancient age. Between the statuebfiet is a thronelike chair of black marble. Lucan sits upon the throne, storingatyou through half-lidded g e s . A series of low stone sarcophagi stands betweenyou and the statue. The Situation: Lucan attacks immediately, of course, leaping atop a sarcophagus to get a +1 bonus for higher ground. He vents all his rage at his situation on the PCs, making him a terrible opponent indeed.
U o ! s u a x v p , I * , i'. , Reaction: None. I roved grab and constrict abilities against whichever is most convenient. Remember that it splits into ' "TS';Tr identical if it's d a m ~ d . b yelectricity or by a b# - 2,;s slashing orjellies piercing weapon. ;- ~5 - 1:: Development: Not every sarcophagus is occupied. @, If Lucan is reduced to O hit points, he uses an empty sarcophagus to rest in. The PCs can pry open each of the sarcophagi to see if the goblinoid dead were buried with anything valuable.
City of Torment (Forgotten Realms: Abolethic Sovereignty, Book 2) by Bruce R. Cordell