Nights in Nocris

session 3
a.k.a we made a friend!

following their needed return to westwatch after having two companions take grevious injuries in the depths of stone hell, our party took advantage of the downtime to seek new party members (Kypris, a female rogue/bard) and restock their much needed healing supplies (our poor healer is consistantly broke). They once again delved in to the deep halls of the dungeon, discovering a well to another floor, defeating a giant gecko (known as Da Dragon), and defending themselves against a cleaning party of kobolds. They eventually captured and persuaded another cleaning crew to tell them a little about the area, and after learning there was a necromancer/evil cleric living in the catacombs close by they decided on an ambush, figuring the human and easier target then the two warring factions of orcs. their plan went off without a hitch (a rarity!) and they were able to end the night, secure in the knowledge they had gained a bit of coin and possibly some decent karma.

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