Wednesday, December 4, 2013


63 SUITE ANTECHAMBER.  The two talon goblins stationed here are smoking a strange blue-green leaf from meerschaum pipes. They are somewhat apprehensive about the monster in Room 64 and are thus slightly easier to surprise by people entering from the hallway (extra 1 in 6 chance). If they have been warned by the goblins in Room 50 they will have normal chances of being surprised.

Talon Goblin 1 (AC 6; MV 6"; HD 1; hp 6; #AT 1; D Short sword; XP 16) 6 silver spanners, 1 copper piece

Talon Goblin 2 (AC 6; MV 6"; HD 1; hp 5; #AT 1; D Hand axe; XP 15) no wealth

The door to Room 64 is roughly barricaded by two of the couches and three wooden chairs (apparently brought from another room). The red and gray furniture is largely intact and the walls are papered in red. There is a dining table, a coffee table, a desk, two padded chairs, a bookcase, and several couches. A fireplace is in the east wall.

A coffee table holds two more meerschaum pipes and a small pouch of the same blue-green leaf. Each pipe is worth between 3 to 8 (1d6+2) gold crescents to a tobacco shop. The pipes the goblins are smoking are decorated with a bear and a unicorn. The pipes on the table are decorated with an old man's face and a devil face. The leaf is highly addictive. If sold it could fetch as much as 10 gold crescents to the right buyer.

Over the fireplace hangs a portrait of Vittorino Triskelion the alchemist, a bald elderly man with a kindly smile. It is labeled with his name and signed by the artist Patrizio Triskelion.

The small room in the south wall is a walk-in closet holding an old gray cloak decorated with fish and birds in blue and green (cloak of protection +2).

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