21 SERVANTS' DINING ROOM. This room is being held as a defensible position by the six Red Legs that are here. They are especially wary of the south door and there is only a 1 in 6 chance of surprising them if the party enters from the south. If the party does enter from the south and seems too strong to fight off, they will break off combat and run north, seeking to warn the other Red Legs of the invaders.
Handsome Carl, Neutral Evil male human thief (AC 6; MV 12”; T2; hp 7; #AT 1; D Short sword and dagger; S 9, I 11, W 13, D 16, C 10, CH 18; XP 56)
PP 35%, OL 34% F/RT 25% MS 21% HS 15% HN 10% CW 86% RL -
He wears leather armor and fights with a weapon in each hand. He is very cowardly and will be the first to flee if the Red Legs are losing a fight. He wears a backpack containing thieves tools and flint and steel. It also holds two metal canisters. They contain a potion of sweet water (glass vial of colorless liquid with pleasant taste) and oil of slipperiness (black viscous fluid, tastes like olive oil).
Nagatha, Chaotic Evil female human fighter (AC 7; MV 9”; F1; hp 6; #AT 1; D Short sword or short bow; S 13; I 12; W 8; D 13; C 12; CH 8; XP 32)
She wears studded leather armor and has 21 arrows, 3 silver arrows, 6 silver spanners, and 13 copper pieces
Skiddge, Lawful Evil male half orc fighter (AC 6; MV 9”; F1; hp 7; #AT 1; D Footman's mace, dagger, or sling; S 15, I 7, W 7, D 12, C 16, CH 4; XP 34)
He wears ring mail and uses a normal sized shield. He has a sling with 25 bullets. His pouch holds 43 copper pieces and a tiger eye gem worth 15 gold crescents.
Orc 1 (AC 6; MV 9”; HD 1; hp 6; #AT 1; D Spear; XP 16) 17 silver spanners, 14 copper pieces
Orc 2 (AC 6; MV 9”; HD 1; hp 4; #AT 1; D Short sword or dagger; XP 14) 4 silver spanners, 4 copper pieces
Orc 3 (AC 6; MV 9”; HD 1; hp 3; #AT 1; D Battle axe; XP 13) 6 silver spanners, 8 copper pieces
Before being converted into an outpost by the Red Legs this room was a dining room for the various servants who lived in the nearby dormitories. There are four round wooden tables and seventeen wooden chairs. Cupboards worked into the walls hold plates, bowls, cutlery, and napkins.