The Adventures of Garrut Tombcrawler & his merry friends

Mermaid Party
Sushi is good!

After going back to Daggerford to secure better armaments (a quarterstaff for instance) Garrut and Ash and Mr. Chubb-Button headed back to the hidden barrow mound.

“Let’s be careful to not let these local yokels follow us to the source of our VAST treasure.” said Garrut as he fingered the 5 gold they had earned in their last expedition.

They entered the barrow mound again. Careful searching revealed a fountain with some piranha type fish. Lambert got bitten. They stoppered the incoming water and killed all the piranha and then Garrut chopped their heads off so Ash could eat them. Ash didn’t want them as it turned out. They did find a small small hole to crawl through. So they did! Beyond was a heavenly grotto inhabited by 3 mermaids. They asked Riddles. Garrut counteroffered with some riddles of his own but they were not interested. It might have been Ash’s fault for outing Garrut as a fish eater. After winning a small black Fly made of some kind of onyx jewel they were teleported out of the grotto.

They found an ‘games room’ with dice, and stuff that little lizardmen were gambling at. The little lizardmen attacked again but were easily driven off. Ash proved a great help with her laughing gas breath weapon. ha ha EUPHORIA little dragon dog! Take a taste of that!

They crept further into the barrow and found a secret path to the surface as well as two final rooms – one had some sleeping lizard dudes and the other some fully awake lizard hobbits worshipping some shaman or something.

Garrut called for an attack on 3. 1……2……..

A Shrubbery!!
Where Garrut and Lambert meet the Faerie Dragon

“Ha ha! Well done my little friend.” Garrut looked back into the dark opening of the barrow mound. A little person, barely three feet tall, tumbled out after him.

“Lambert. Keep watch while I sheath my blade. I’ve a feeling we’re not alone. And I’m not just talking about this loquacious shrubbery!”

Lambert did as he was asked and kept a careful watch around them and down the hole. His torch burned a deep hellish red.

Just then a little dragon popped into sight out of thin air about 10 feet away from where they were standing and flapped red butterfly wings to stay aloft.

“Stay your sling of doom, deadly cutpurse. I think that Draco Fey means us no harm. Here, I will speak to it.” Garrut approached the little red faerie dragon and spoke slowly in Draconic.

“We come as friends. We mean you no harm. Ask these shrubs if you need to verify our good credentials. Also we can bring you meat. Do you eat meat?”

He thought that the dragon was smiling.

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