Friday, January 31, 2014


54 GUEST ROOM. The door to this room is capable of being locked, but it is not. It is painted a very garish orange color. Inside are a pair of three-headed crows.

2 Three Headed Crows (AC 6; MV 3"/15"; HD 2; hp 9, 13; #AT 3 bites; D 1d6/1d3/1d3; SD Surprised only on a 1; Size M; XP 38, 46)

Each creature has a huge middle head and two smaller side heads, mounted on long prehensile necks. The large head does 1d6 points of damage and each smaller head does 1d3. The long necks allow them to target up to three different opponents in one round. These birds are pets of the talon goblins and will most likely attack any nongoblin on sight.

The crows each have their own makeshift perch made of old brooms and rope. Three barrels hold birdseed and there is a water bowl filled with fairly fresh water. The walls are saffron-colored and the wooden floor is littered with pale bird droppings. A bed is present, but looks as though someone has taken an axe to it. There are two glass windows in the south wall.

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