Session 2 - Mirror Mirror

Well I suppose it is obvious really, at least I can say that I wasn't the only one not to spot the problem.

Really we are all responsible, first we left him at the front of the building - while we scouted around, then we left him alone with a mirror - out the front in the garden while we continued to de-mirrorise the place. In hindsight it is obvious that a bard - conceited characters that they are, could not possibly resist looking into a mirror. When we heard a scream we ran back out into the garden - only to the surname-less one being dragged into the mirror, only by now the mirror was hundreds of small fragments.

We approached the deserted monastery on morning, the dukes guards were at the front, more to prevent anyone from accidentally walking into the area than trying to stop what ever is in there from getting out. We had a full group and were feeling good, even confident. All I can say is - possessed mirrors and bards don't mix.

The de-mirrorification continues....

Back to The Jontus' Grind & Mirror, Mirror .


Stupid things we've overheard...

"Trust no one! Suspect everyone! If you think that every person you meet is working against you then maybe it is because they are! And if you die IT IS NOT MY FAULT!" - Overheard motivational advice from a Games referee to a contender.

Random Quote

The essence of tyranny is not iron law. It is capricious law.