Visions of the Sarrukh

Session no7

After slaying the naga in her own chambers, the adventurers journeyed forward and came upon a larger cave. In it, there was a village of troglodytes. It turned out that the skin the party was trying to sell them was belonging to their sacred protector. A fight broke out, and most of the villagers were slain, including some of the children.

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Session no6

Snake pit, caverns, naga.

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Session no5

Village, druid, journey.

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Session no4

A strange reptilian humanoid helped the party defeat a gargoyle they found in the temple. After another battle (this time with the animated columns) they ventured forth through the altar (from which that reptilian, now knows as Pipassi, came out) of Sseth to the unknown. They were transported in jungle that appeared to be in a strange sphere, with a source of light in the middle. Everything they saw above was jungle. There they found a strangely large woman, who was actually quite friendly to them. They agreed with Pipassi who suggested that they go to his village. On their way there, on a small clearing with some old overgrown ruins, the strange object Eleasar was carrying floted away from him and created a pillar of light straight to that light source. Anything they tried throwing into the pillar disappeared, including Pipassi’s finger. They defeated a forest drake which attacked and arrived to the village just in time to see a shadowy form standing near a body.

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Session no3

The ritual for creating the cure was (most likely) successful, but the vial was stolen by Desther. Both parties ventured through the portal, but the second one found their meeting with a strange illusion of a reptilian creature quite strange. They were teleported at the top of pyramid, in the middle of jungle. They fought off a priest and temple guards but they couldn’t get through down the stairs, so they decided to enter the temple.

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Session no2
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