NSFW Adventures in Nerath

2/20/12
The Tower and the Goblin
So after arriving at the tower we were promptly ambushed by a group of gargoyles and a few opportunistic goblins. With those left in a pile of rubble we decided to roll a boulder into the maw of the stairs, in the hopes to scare off any little baddies. With luck we managed to squash one goblin and had to fight another few in order to get the lumbering goliath out of the pit with his rat friends. While continuing to search the floor of filth, we happened upon a living quarters with nothing but empty beds and, to the chagrin of the party members, some goblin porn. Mr. Grey on the other hand was quite pleased. Upon exit from the barracks we continued on and found a trifecta of doors. To the left was an iron bound door, ahead a wooden and another wooden door to the right. The door to the right was a storage room. The door ahead held a torture chamber with many goblinoid people intent upon our deaths. While dispatching the inhabitants, Mr Grey “took and arrow to the knee” and was magically cured of his strange obsession. Once all the little green ones were lying on the ground in death, we heard sounds coming from the west and found a goblin imprisoned in a cell and in horrible condition. His name is Splug and he is quite helpful as long as we promise not to hurt him, so we fed him some rations and then got him to take us in the direction of “the shinies.”
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