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This is the play-by-play version of the previously posted story mode.

When an Ancient Skeleton is encountered, everyone at that location encounters an Ancient Skeleton

  • Seoni – Rin figurine
  • Seelah – Saber figurine


  • Shrine to Lamashtu – Seelah start
  • Desecrated Vault
  • Temple
  • Throne Room – Seoni start

Seelah opening hand:

  1. Standard Bearer
  2. Blessing of the Gods
  3. Spiked Chain
  4. Wooden Shield (favored card type)

Seoni starting hand:

  1. Blessing of the Gods
  2. Arcane Armor (favored card type)
  3. Acolyte
  4. Troubadour
  5. Invisibility (favored card type)
  6. Burglar

Seoni 1st turn

Encountered Mirror Image – Arcane 6

d12 (+2), recharged Acolyte for d4, rolled 3 (one 1, one 2), total 5

Drew Standard Bearer

Seelah 1st turn

Encountered Ogre – Combat 14

Spiked Chain Рd8 (+2), 2d4, used special to discard top card of deck for a d6 (Mace), discarded Blessing of the Gods for another d8, rolled 19 (one 1, one 2, one 3, one 6, one 7), total 21, Ogre defeated

Drew Night Watch

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“A dragon?” Seoni asked skeptically.

Seelah nodded. “The farmers are still losing livestock and say they’ve seen it.”

“From my understanding, dragons are quite large.” Seelah agreed, and Seoni continued, “I’m curious as to why you’re going to search the Shrine to Lamashtu, and you want me to investigate the throne room.”

“Mostly we’re looking for clues, not necessarily the dragon itself.”

Seoni still had her doubts, but agreed to go along with Seelah’s plan. She rounded up her companions, Trevin the troubadour, Amy the acolyte, and Buck the burglar, and they headed for the throne room. While Seelah and her standard bearer went to the Shrine of Lamastu.

As they searched the throne room for clues, Seoni kept an eye on Buck. She still wasn’t certain of his loyalty and didn’t quite trust his sticky fingers.

“I think I found something,” Amy called, and Seoni went to take a look.

“Looks like a spell scroll,” Seoni said. “A well protected one. Care to see if we can break the seal?”

Amy nodded though she looked nervous. They channeled their energy and focused it on the scroll’s magical seal. There was a pop and a puff of smoke. When it cleared, the scroll was gone, and Amy looked exhausted.

“Perhaps you should go rest,” Seoni suggested.

“I’m fine,” Amy said, looking wobbly.

“I insist,” Seoni said.

Amy sighed but relented. As she made her way out of the throne room, another figure appeared.

“I thought you got rid of her,” Trevin whispered.

Seoni regarded Seva the standard bearer. “I gave her just one more chance.”

Trevin blew out a breath. “Hopefully she doesn’t kill us all.”

Seelah grinned at the opportunity to test out the new spiked chain Seoni had picked up for her. She knew it wasn’t an ideal weapon for taking down an ogre, but like a child with a new toy, she was showing a bit of favoritism. She discarded her mace, asked for the gods to bless her, and attacked. Even she was surprised at how quickly the ogre fell.

“That was impressive.”

Seelah turned to Nile from the night watch. “Thank you. What brings you here?”

“I heard you were looking for a dragon. Thought I could be of some assistance.”

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