Pathfinder Cycle of Ruins

Sarka's haversack contents (5/21)

Party fund:
1731 gold
20 silver
18 copper

potion of barkskin +2 (x2)
oil of great magic weapon +1
dust of appearance
scroll of teleport
scroll of shield of faith (x2)

and AN EVIL FUCKING CROWN (The Weeping Crown) which Sarka will only let out of her possession grudgingly, and not out of her sight if at all possible

Things That Should Not Be Forgotten
We say the darnedest of things!

Merethan: “Sorry about your beard.”
Darren: “What beard?”
Merethan: “Exactly.”

Darren:“We should probably check on Rica.”
Merethan:“Fuck ’er. Leave her behind.”
Darren"What do you have against her?! Are you racist?!"
Merethan:“No, I just fuckin’ hate her! She can go back to her pile of dead friends for all I care!”

Chris Schwarts: “Captain Filler of the Side-Quest.”

“You don’t think the King’ll be mad he now has a tree in the center of his throne room, do you?”

Larkin:“Because I’ve got a poison that’ll make this bitch walk East.”


Matt: “This is why I’m the paladin, and you’re the thief.”
Larkin: “Speaking of which, Sleight of Hand!”

Lauren (OOC?): “You know how when you’re a hammer, everything looks like a nail? I am a scythe, and everything looks like wheat.”

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5. Write your first Adventure Log post

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