We battle a tentacled terror, and gain an audience with the Eye of the All-Father.
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Previously on “Storm King’s Thunder”
The final rune above the archway glowed, and the entire archway exploded in light. The cloudy space underneath shimmered and thrummed with energy, the portal activating. Before we could blink, Bryseis stepped through it.
Harshnag turned to us, shrugged, and went after her, and we did the same.
We were deposited in a new chamber. The air and walls felt like an entirely different area. Six giant statues stood vigilant in a circle, surrounding a frozen Cloud Giant body on the floor.
Harshnag was awe struck, creeping up in reverence and sitting down next to the statues. This was a holy place for giant-kind.
We took places near Harshnag and watched as the body in the center began to stir. Harshnag spoke in measured tones: “Annam, great All-Father, we come before you, humble servants, that your eye might fall upon us, and you might answer the questions we seek.”
A ghostly giant form rose up out of it. It stared at us each in turn, its eyes radiating peaceful knowledge.
“I am Megaron, Eye of the All-Father. Step forward and pose your questions that they may be answered.”
We finally reached the oracle and got our answers, and more importantly the next stage of our main quest. But first we had to battle a crazy tentacle ooze thing.
It’s been awhile since we had a truly epic boss battle. I didn’t realize the tentacled, Oozing Vortex was a damn nightmare with Legendary Actions, armor-melting acid, and a buttload of HP. Even with our numbers advantage it was a scary fight. Continue reading “D&D 5E “Storm King’s Thunder” Session 43 Recap”