Dark Sun: A Past World Palls; D&D 4e

6/11/12 recap

storm's edge ct'd

Shakon continues into the dungeon alone. He meets a Gith slave driver with two psionically bound captives, and the body of Karmon. Combat ensues, and the chaos leads all characters but Darrok, a Mul, to be sent into a swirling cauldron of souls [for as strange as this would be in a FR campaign it is ten times as strange in Dark Sun]. Darrok saves the characters by simply ripping them out of the cauldron and necrotic taking damage. Upon striking a door, a dust devil spurts out of the mouths of each one of the characters, and the skeleton on the throne in the room animates. Combat ensues and nearly leads to the death of many of the characters. Once the enemies were thwarted, the characters had to deal with the sand pouring into the room. They sat on the throne and had a startling, epiphanic vision of their home world covered is lush green. They discover shrines that represent both Kalak, the late sorcerer king of the now-free Tyr, and Hamanu, the sorcerer-king of the Urikites and arguably the most militarily powerful. This is curious because in Tyr rumors lead to the general concensus that Urikites killed Kalak. These two once vied for the top spot on power over western trade. The session ended with the characters nearly suffocating in sand and finally bursting open a door by inserting the proper liquids into the two urns.



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