Ulthok does not trust the Knight. The knight is most likely Lawful Evil and just seems trustworth because he can appear to follow rules. Killing him in cold blood is not our way but giving him his sword and letting him go should be out of the question. Ulthok will suggest taking his armor too and either take him along, leave him bound and blind folded, perhaps another hold spell or even hit him with a ray of enfeeblement. If we kill him he might turn into a Death Knight.
Ok SirSadaar informed me today in chat that he will be leaving to go to school at the end of the month. As he has to get things ready to head out he is dropping Cor.
So as such I have offered Cor back to Keeper as Keeper was his original creator and he agreed. For now Keeper will continue to run Rayne for this week and possibly next week till I find her a new player be it female, or yes, male.
3 bags of gold,
a well made expensive looking pin,
2 well-crafted bastard swords.
Orc well made armor though both sets were too small or too big for any of the party.
Githyanki he had found a number of well-designed swords, light and easy to use though two handed.
Beware of the Gith swords, they are highly treasured by the Gith and they are well none for sending groups to recover those weapons. Taking one of them would target you for direct attack.
Those wanting an Orc sword can have one, the rest of the weapons can go into a bag of holding for use later.
I'd say the gold and pin go in the group treasure sack unless there is a need for the pin.
Tann, can we tell what type of potions were found?
BTW, Ulthok well recommend going into the room. Stairs leading up doesn't seem likely to prisoners.
Posted on 2014-08-15 at 16:34:46.
Edited on 2014-08-15 at 16:47:57 by Odyson
Barreel has indicated that Ulthok should open the chests and usually the thief in him would be hopping to it. But do we need to search the chests? Ulthok likes loot, but do any of you think we might find something that will help us? Should we risk setting off a trap or an alarm?