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Let me set the stage: My son and I are playing a solo game. He runs 2 PCs, I run the NPCs and DM. The party has just about cleared out the dungeon level of The Slavers Stockade. 1 fighter NPC is down to 0 hit points, my son's Ranger walked thru the door with the Terror glyph and after being tackled by another fighter, he's tied up until they can figure out what the deal is. These 3 stayed behind. The others (2 clerics, 1 MU, 1 druid, 1 rogue, 1 fighter) all very low on HP have pursued Markessa through her private chambers down to an exit that leads outdoors, but she has disappeared. Rather than a fruitless search that will further separate the party, they choose to look into the cavern to the east where the Drow slavers and captives are. The thief reconn'd the area while invisible and brought back news to the others. After much deliberation they decided that these strange elves were too much of an unknown and based on their critically low strength (only offensive spell left was a fireball) they wouldn't try to assault them; they would just have to live with the slaves being lost.

So the question is, do the clerics (Neutral Good & Lawful Good) suffer repercussions from Pelor and/or St. Cuthbert for this decision? They really wanted to intervene, but couldn't figure out how to launch the fireball without killing the slaves too.


Mon Feb 18, 2019 3:20 pm
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