Genoger, Madretsma's Most Wanted

Group Loot

Just a way to keep track of the cumulative spoils of battle
that we may not carry on our persons.

Medium Cart X1

Mithral Full-plate Armor X2*

Military Spears X???

Keg of Halfling “Gum-Brew” (???) X1

Dwarven Adamantine Helm of Mind Shielding** X1


*Exchanged one suit for some of the rewards we got on 9/21/214

**Assuming this behaves identically to the Ring;

“Mind Shielding: The wearer is continually immune to detect thoughts, discern lies, and any attempt to magically discern her alignment.”

DM has also stated that called shots to the head may break the weapon that strikes it!


PLEASE help add or modify this as needed!

Carpe' Dragoon~!

So it got set up!


Where is Mr. Hammer?


I know me, my Exorcist buddy and some strange Bird-man
were catching the next caravan to Medretsma,
so we could try and pick up the trail…

But some Dumb-luck bard somehow
ended up being at point zero of the event,
followed by getting shit-faced drunk
and getting robbed by a Devious Midget,
not even noticing a Dark Assassin
waltzing through his new room!

Did the Lizard Fool even notice
the “explosive” bar fight
involving that Flea-Bag Merc?

What in Stone’s name is going on here?!?!

~Mr. Hammer

*Disclaimer; Dwarves don’t like change very often,
especially when they don’t understand it.

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