Saturday, July 29, 2017


27E GNOLL CHIEFTAIN'S LAIR. A minotaur, 3 gnoll males, and 5 gnoll females reside here.

The minotaur is actually a gnoll, who wears a magic ring that gives him the appearance of a minotaur. He has used this deception to take control of the band. The displaced gnoll chieftain is one of the male gnolls in the room.

Minotaur (Gnoll) (AC 5; MV 9”; HD 2; hp 12; #AT 1; D Battle axe +1 to damage due to strength; XP 44)

Former Gnoll Chieftain (AC 4; MV 9”; HD 3; hp 16; #AT 1; D Spear +1 +2 to damage due to strength; XP 83)

2 Male Gnolls (AC 5; MV 9”; HD 2; hp 10 each; #AT 1; D Broad sword +1 to damage due to strength; XP 40 each)

5 Female Gnolls (AC 5; MV 9”; HD 1+1; hp 5 each; #AT 1; D Dagger; XP 30 each)

The Gnoll/Minotaur wears a set of silver leg greaves (80 gold crescents each) and a matching silver torc (120 gold crescents). His ring is gold and embossed with a bulls-head design. It is worth 300 gold crescents but gives any wearer the illusory appearance of a fierce minotaur. The former chieftain has a jade and silver medallion (150 gold crescents). Each male gnoll has 1d8 of gold crescents, silver spanners, and copper pieces. Females have 1d4 each of the same.

The furnishings of the room are in poor shape. Under an owlbear skull on a small table there is a tin holding 128 copper pieces, 69 silver spanners, and 57 gold crescents.

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