Lost in Translation : The Fab Four

Kevin n'est pas là

De tour au camp de bucheron, les aventuriers expliquent ce qu'ils ont rencontré à Loic, et il est entendu que les bucherons reviennent vers Valchamp.

Le lendemain, le groupe se sépare, allant vers chez Greg le barde. Ils rencontrent une charrette sans bête. Ils continuent, voient au loin de squelettes, ainsi que deux formes humanoides. Pensant que l'une était Kevin, ils les interpellent, et se font attaquer. Les humanoides, les bucherons qui manquaient a l'appel, viennent a rendre Saz inconscient. Jim se venge en tuant Tom.

Une fois le combat terminé, les membres conscients du group décident d'entrer a l'intérieur pour se reposer, mais trouve le bard, qui tentent d'ensorceler le groupe, pour l'ajouter à sa ménagerie le protégeant de l'extérieur. Le groupe trouva Kevin et Joyce dans la cave. Ils ramenent les survivants de Greg ainsi qu'un Greg inconscient au campement temporaire de bucheron, et re-débutent le trajet vers Valchamp, Greg promettant de ne rien faire, se sentant maintenant en sécurité.

Alors qu'il approche de Valchamp, ils sont acceuilli par un village paisible, mais une odeur distante de bruler.

XP:  100xp (total : 391 , atteint niveau 2)

Loot:

- x gp, y sp, z cp

- dague de Greg, flute, flute de pan

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