We began to dig in the snow, searching for the missing relic that would slot perfectly into this ancient gong. Did it simply fall off? Prynos and a few of the white dragonborn watched us, curiosity beginning to overtake caution.
I wandered over the great winged serpent statue, searching for clues. A voice suddenly rang out in my mind.
“Hello, friend. You are a mind-speaker are you not?”
The voice was intrusive but not hostile. It was calm, so I replied in kind. It claimed to be the cave itself, and was concerned and protective of the refugee dragonborn that had taken up residence here.
The voice claimed the enemy blue dragonborn had been corrupted. The work of our blue dragon foe, no doubt. The voice wished for us to deal with them.
The cavern began to shake, and the voice grew concerned. “Oh dear. It’s been so long since anyone was here. They’re coming for you. Protect these innocents.”
The voice receded from our minds while chunks of ice crashed around us, and monstrous insectoid forms dropped in front of us.
This week we made multiple bargains with powerful forces in our quest to find the sixth and final Ostorian relic. Continue reading “D&D 5E “Storm King’s Thunder” Session 37 Recap”