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Stag Helm
unique magic items
Stag’s Helm

The striking helmet is crafted to resemble the skull of a mighty stag. Although made from bone, the antlers and helm are as strong as metal. When worn, the helm greatly enhances eyesight and hearing, granting a + 5 bonus on Perception checks. In addition, once per day the helm may be called upon to enhance any ranged attack made by the wearer to make an insightful shot. Activating this ability is a free action, and once activated, your next ranged attack against a target within 30 feet is made as if the target were flat-footed against you - this allows a rogue to gain the benefit of sneak attack with this shot. If you don’t make a ranged attack within 1 round of activating this power, the insight fades and is wasted for that day.
A worshiper of Erastil who wears this helm may utilize the insightful shot ability 3 times more per day and extends the power to the first ranged increment of the weapon. For example if a rogue uses this power while using a long bow he can get the benefit of sneak attack if his target is within 110 feet.

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LOOT!!!!!
Spreadsheet for Everything

Could we possibly have this stuck to the front page?

This is a link to all current loot.

Please double check me. I’ve been working on this for a while, but it need double checking.

Some notes:

Stag Lord loot has not been divied out yet.

Edit: Basement has been added along with magical items

We stated that we would not sell the armory items so those were not included.

For the mites/kobolds we let the kobolds keep most of the weapons so that is also not included.

http://tinyurl.com/ns9hyle

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Stag Lord's Fort Loot
Stag Lord

From Dovan’s body:
Studded Leather Armor +1, Mithral Rapier +1, cure moderate potions(2) masterwork dagger, 3 daggers,silver Stag Lord amulet worth 20 gp, turquoise earrings worth 210 gp each, 49 gp, 9 pp.

Stag Lord’s body:
longsword+1_,cure moderate potion(2),leather armor+2_,+1 Adjusting Composite longbow_,_amulet of natural armor +1,Staglord’s helm,efficient quiver, 20 arrows, human slaying arrow, elven slaying arrow,2 javelins, +1 spear, staff of minor arcana_,_dominate human gold ring wrapped in green thread or hair( was only keyed to dominate his dad), gold Stag Lord amulet worth 80 gold, key.

Not sure if you will take away Ox’s stuff? You might need to kill him if you try to take his stuff away from him.
Mstrwrk Chainmail,Magical Great Club,potions(2),potion,silver Stag Lord amulet worth 20 gp, a pewter engraved drinking stein worth 25 gp, tin and pewter toys( dragons, knights etc) worth 120 gold.

You will have to kill Akiros to take his stuff!

From the 2 bandits killed, Ayles Magesen and Markard Ironmark ‘the Stitcher’:
2 short swords, 2 composite longbows rated at 14 str, 40 arrows, 2 silver Stag Lord amulets,20 gp, chain mail, chain shirt 2 daggers.

From Stag Lord’s Room:
2 chests; full of extra bedding, extra burlap cloth, 3 crudely stitched masks , 8 teeth.
1 chest; 280 gold, 7 gems total worth 700 gold, 2 jewelry worth 200 gold,and a journal.

From the Armory;
10 composite longbows at 14 str, 260 arrows, 6 short swords, 6 spears, 5 50 foot lengths of hemp rope, set of chisels, 3 hammers, 4 tins of iron nails, 5 sets of leather armor, 1 chain mail, 20 pairs of boots and shoes of different sizes, 4 leather hides ready for armor etc.

The bandits tell you that the rest of the loot is in the basement guarded by the ‘old man’.

From the basement:

A large amount of stolen wealth was found in these 3 rooms— the bandits have been stockpiling their ill-gotten goods for almost 1 year. The majority of the wealth kept here consists of mundane trade goods like pelts, furs, tobacco, iron, bronze,tin, miscellaneous weapons and armor(none masterwork or magic), and miscellaneous adventuring gear and tools worth a total of 10000 gp. In addition in one large and long chest was a +1 aldori dueling sword, +1 mithral chain shirt, a silver signet ring, incriminating note from Korvoso family. In 3 chests are scattered 7700 cp, 3591 sp, 1568 gp, 196 platinum. In one silk bag are 5800 gp in various pieces of stolen jewelry.

Pearl of Power (IV Level)
Cloak of Resistance +2
Hide Armor +1
Amulet of Natural Armor +1

This is a lot of wealth!

Gifts from Mikmek and kobolds:

700 gp worth of crude silver. 2 mstrwrk heavy crosbows, mstrwrk long spear, mstrwrk breastplate, mstrwrk chain-mail, mstrwrk trident.
He is very effusive with his appreciation and hopes this is the beginning of a wonderful relationship with his Norixius Clan!

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The Dead and the Captured
Bandits and Mites

Thus far the heroes of Kassen have killed 8 bandits,30 mites, 5 monstrous centipedes and one huge monstrous centipede and a giant tick.
The unrepentant bandits that were beheaded at Oleg’s were; Milo and Peleg. After interrogating the bandits these two were beheaded.
The 6 bandits that were killed at the Thorn River Camp were Krestle the female lieutenant., Adran the half-elf mercenary turned bandit,Stor-raven eyes(a sadistic, foul tempered deserter of the Mendevian Crusade and his mate Grigor the pale. The first killed was by the heroes was Upton the Silent. No one will miss him as he liked to experiment on those that wouldn’t join the bandits. The only one that maybe missed is Adran but fate can be fickle and he was killed by Methos the elven arcanist .

Here are the bandits and how they stand:

Sir Ulric the swordlord. He has been very forthcoming with information on the Stag-lord and his operations. He should be utilized to the utmost. He is a very dangerous swordsman and until he swears fealty may need to be watched closely. 5th lvl fighter.

Happs of Liadon. Since Father Leilos has healed him and he has been witnessing the ‘miracles’ (magic) abounding the heroes. He’s had a real change of heart. He still has a lifetime of bad habits to get rid of. The bullying at least to this point has stopped. He has held up his end of the bargain thus far. He tells the group that until the Stag-lord and his lackeys are dead everyone is in grave danger. 3rd lvl ranger.

Colton is a young man just turned 20 who watched the bandits kill his family. He wished he could have killed Krestle as she tortured his father and brother. He likes animals more than people and has become very withdrawn. His job was to take care of the horses. He is completely in awe of the Jurten horses. He has never ever seen such specimens. He needs someone that he can confide in if he is to ever come out of his shell. He is a 2nd lvl commoner.

Roscoe is a competent woodsman. He knows life is hard and he just rolls with what ever life has to offer. He has long red hair and a full beard. He looks like a lumberjack. He is a 2nd lvl warrior. He would love to find a wife and settle down if the heroes can make this area relatively safe.

The rest of the bandits in no particular order are:

1) Ebert, a middle aged mercenary who will follow the money but is very grateful to Leilos for healing his excruciating burns from that evil elven bomber. 2nd lvl warrior.

2) Dugal, a balding man with a perpetual scowl. He is very quiet and reserved. If patient with him and with much alcohol, the group will find out that his whole family was killed and right now is aimless with little reason to live. He used to own a farm. 2nd lvl commoner.
3) Nesbit is a lumberjack. He was captured by the bandits and was forced to participate in some very evil things that he wishes to get to forget. 1st lvl warrior.
4)Oakes like Nesbit was captured by the bandits while cutting lumber in the woods to the south. 1st lvl warrior.
5) Pike is a veteran mercenary who still has nightmares fighting demons. He’s not proud to tell you that he deserted his unit and believes that he is alive today because he did. Deathly afraid of demons. 2nd lvl warrior.
6) Antal the hungry. Antal was the halfling cook. He is always eating and tried real hard to make himself as useful as possible. 2nd lvl commoner.
7) Hedwig a shiftless young man who is very hard to read. 1st lvl warrior.
8) Raikes is an over weight stinky man that the rest of the bandits would not miss. He seems to be yelled at a lot because he acts like and idiot and doesn’t pitch in and do his share. 1st lvl warrior.

From Stag Lord Fort

Stag Lord; killed by Sir Ulrich! Congratulations he was very evil and also a lunatic.
Dovan from Nisroch; killed by Sir Ulrich! He was 3rd in charge at the fort and most there other than Ox wanted him dead.
Ayles Magesen killed by the mad bomber! Well deserved death he liked to ‘experiment’ on surviving victims.
Markard Ironmark ‘the sticher’ killed by Kaleb. Professional warrior and ex-best friend of Falgrim Sneeg. Not necessarily evil but not good either!

1)Cragger Kench: 3rd level thief was beaten senseless by the Staglord after* Jex* told him that he drank some of his liquour. He has some brain damage. He will probably kill Jex!
2)Dirty Jeb Magesen: 3rd lvl warrior and little brother to Ayles Magesen. He’s a psychotic killer like his dead brother!
3)Falgrim Sneeg is the mercenary that is wanted in Rostland. He is a 3rd lvl warrior.
4)Fat Norry: is always eating and will eat everyone’s left overs. He is definitely rotund but still a strong warrior. He too is a 3rd lvl warrior.
5)Jex the Snitch: The least popular with the men but was a favorite of the late Staglord. He has been telling all of you the dirt on everyone! He has asked for protection! He is a 3rd lvl warrior.
6)Topper Red: was a struggling street poet from the city of Pitax. He fled that city when an affair turned sour and an angry husband wants him dead. He eventually joined the ranks of the bandits while romanticizing the thrilling life of a lawless brigand. He was so mistaken. He is a 2nd lvl bard. He was camp ‘bitch’. He was the one made to do the most tedious jobs and worst jobs.
7)‘Silent’ Valkeri Sothale: The youngest inhabitant of the fort, he is an 18 year old orphan and formerly a burglar. He had to flee Restov when a’ job’ went awry. The rest of the gang left him to take the fall. He got away while he was being held before his arraignment. He is a 2nd lvl rogue. Dovan cut out his tongue when he heard him snicker after Akiros stopped him from beating Topper Red. He probably would have tried to kill Dovan.
8)Father Avery Tessino: is a much older bandit into his early 40’s. He was once a priest of Erastil in a small settlement to the Southeast. It has been razed by bandits. This caused him to lose faith in Erastil and he became a bandit because Erastil did nothing to stop the slaughter of his community.
9)Akiros Ismort: He is a very conflicted man from Taldor. He was a former paladin of Erastil. The elven enchantress knows most of his background. He is 1st paladin/3lvl barbarian.
10)Ox: What to do with Ox is a very vexing question. He is too dangerous to let out into society but he is almost childlike in his innocence. If Akiros had not taken responsibility over him you probably would have had to put him out of his misery. He is a 2nd lvl fighter/ 2nd lvl barbarian. He is a huge man child!
11)Sted Buckman: is a Rostlander man of 28 who is master craftsman. He was brought by Sir Ulrich for the Staglord to help his endeavors. He is a weaponsmith/bowyer and fletcher. He is a 5th lvl expert. Sir Ulrich was very happy that nothing had happened to him as he feels responsible for him. Ask me for his background he will gladly tell you and ask for help.

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Bandit Camp Loot
Still in Works

Spread Sheet of Loot

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1fRc4Qm0EAXQDOTpYuxYCgR5bJiBnsv1C6D10rOs6674/edit?usp=sharing

Edit:I also divided the gold by 8 so we have money for group expenses. I will always divide gold equally and any remainder money I will put towards the group account.

We have not discussed who wants what. I found prices for most non magical items. Firewood is worth 1cp retail so its not worth selling.

I’ll try to do a spread sheet like this for each loot.

Also let me know if I’m missing something.

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Kelsey's notes for our Kingmaker Campaign
  • I first want to apologize for my poor spelling in the names of people and whatnot, I write it as it sounds. Also, Alex is the storyteller. So I will leave it up to him to do that. These notes are straight out of my notebook.

Kobolds are the enemy
Bandits lost leg and killed for fun
Dangerous rabid boar
Temple of Erastil
-Grizzly bear shakes off arrows
-Maybe undead
-Werebear? Normally good
Svetlana spoke to Becca only of moon radishes
Missing stolen wedding ring by mites
Old sycamore tree with opening at roots
-Old rickety bridge (horse too heavy)
Bokken the alchemist is a trader/distributor
8 bandits left
Colten and Rosco
Password to Staglord: “By the bloody bones of St. Gilmore, who wants to know?”
The bandits are super chemically burned
-Neutral and brave
Tim and Logan have bandit names and details

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August 7, 2015 Adventure

This is the same as my last log.

Loot from Mites of Centipede tribe:

3 MSTW spears
1 sm. gold ring (magic)
1 sm. platinum necklace (magic)
4 MSTW sm. chainshirts
1 magic MSTW spear
Ivory statuette worth 400 GP
List of unintelligible stuff
12 sm. leather armor
12 spears
793 copper pieces
220 silver pieces
42 GP
8 GP in stuff
4 sm. daggers
150 XP for Logan, Tim, and Kelsey

Mikmek of the Sootscale tribe

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Party Roles
PR

Leader
- Role: Make the big decisions and guide the party.
- Required Skills: Diplomacy or two Knowledge skills
- Personal bonus: +1 on Perception checks
- Party bonus: 1/day the bonus gained through aiding can be doubled.
- Expected Player Task: To keep the group focused and on task. They are also given the power of counting as two people when the party needs to make a choice. This role is not permission to be a jerk to others and the GM can reassign or remove this role if it becomes a problem.

Cartographer
- Role: Maintain a map of the party’s explorations and, later, of the towns and other improvements in their kingdom.
- Required Skills: Craft (maps) or Profession (cartographer)
- Personal bonus: +1 on Knowledge (geography) and Knowledge (local) checks
- Party bonus: +25 XP per hex fully explored. The party also gains 25gp for each hex they explore due to selling the maps they create.
- Expected Player Task: Keep some sort of map of what the party has explored. This could as simple or complex as the player wishes, but it must also be legible and readable.

Chronicler
- Role: Maintain a written record of the party’s discoveries and exploits.
- Required Skills: Craft (essay/story), Profession (writer), or Profession (scribe)
- Personal bonus: +1 on Knowledge (history) and Knowledge (nobility) checks
- Party bonus: +25 XP per hex fully explored. 1/day anyone in the party can reroll a knowledge check because they remembered something they had come across in their travels.
- Expected Player Task: Keep a written record of the games. This can be a simple or complex as the player desires but they must keep track of NPCs, major events, and locations at the very least. They are also in charge of keeping track of what day, month, and year it is in the game.

Treasurer
- Role: Keep track of the party’s funds, sell treasure acquired during adventures, and run the party’s payroll
- Required Skills: Appraise or Profession (clerk)
- Personal Bonus: +1 on Appraise checks; +2 on Spellcraft to identify magic items.
- Party Bonus: Whenever the party sells treasure the selling price is 10% higher.
- Expected Player Task: They must keep a record of all discovered loot. This record can be as complex or simple as the player desires, but must include how much wealth the party has in coins, art, and gems, and what items the party has but hasn’t distributed to the individual party members.

Quartermaster
- Role: Purchase supplies for the party and monitor their use and distribution.
- Required Skills: Knowledge (local) or Profession (merchant)
- Personal Bonus: +1 on Appraise checks; Bonus feat: Well Prepared, even if they don’t meet the requirements for the feat. The money that pays for items gained through the feat comes from the party’s shared wealth.
- Party Bonus: The party buys all equipment with a 10% discount, this includes minor magic items, but not medium or major.
- Expected Player Task: Handle the inventory of the parties shared equipment. This includes buying anything that the party is going to need but share among the members. None of the items in this inventory are owned by any one party member, but are shared by all. Magic items like wands, scrolls, potions, situational and/or expendable items or magical containers could be included in the inventory. The quartermaster is not expected to carry this inventory, but they are expected to know who is holding what.

Secondary Roles
These are roles that characters can take on but that do not need to be filled. Each PC can only take one of these if there isn’t an available primary role. There are no actions that the player needs to do each week but there are still bonuses involved in taking on these roles. Players can choose to take on a secondary role as well as a primary one, but it is expected that they role play the role just as much as the primary one.

Animal Handler
- Role: Care for the party’s animals.
- Required Skills: Handle Animals, Profession (farmer), or Profession (trainer) – Bonus: Mounts used by the party are considered war trained. No check or time is needed to do this.

Blacksmith
- Role: Maintain the party’s equipment, especially arms and armor. – Required Skills: Any Craft
- Bonus: Due to the expedition’s resources, the cost of crafting mundane items is 1/4 rather than 1/3 of the finished item’s price. This only applies to what the character crafts.

Cook
- Role: Keep the party fed.
- Required Skills: Profession (cook), Profession (baker), or Profession (brewer)
- Bonus: +2 to survival checks to find food. Food is always tasty and filling.

Diplomat/Spokesperson
- Role: Act as the “face” for the party – make first contact with potentially friendly persons and negotiate contracts.
- Required Skills: Diplomacy and must speak two languages besides common. – Bonus: 1/day a diplomacy check may be rolled twice and the best result taken.

Medic
- Role: Keep the party healthy
- Required Skills: Heal, Profession (herbalist), or Profession (surgeon) – Bonus: 1/day the amount of HP healed from treating deadly wounds is doubled. You may choose to use this bonus after you roll your heal check.

Naturalist
- Role: Document the flora and fauna observed by the party, and offer insight into natural hazards
- Required Skills: Knowledge (nature), or Profession (herbalist)
- Bonus: +2 on Survival checks to find food. +1 on all heal checks made in the wilderness.

I need someone to type in everyone’s character’s name by each. Thanks

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Jurten Bred Horses
noble steeds

Thoroughbred Mount (CR+2)
Rebuild Rules: Hit Dice add +2 Hit Dice; AC increase natural armor +2; Ability Scores +1 Constitution; Saving Throws +1 to all saves; Skills +2 to acrobatics or perception; Special a Thoroughbred Mount is combat trained.
A Thoroughbred Mount is a spirited animal which requires a strong hand to keep under control. If the rider does not have at least 3 ranks total in the Ride skill, the mount gains the Shaken condition during combat.
A Thoroughbred Mount costs 5x the listed price for a normal mount of the same type.

So, therefore Jurten bred horses have these stats:

Jurten Horses CR 3
N Large animal
Init +4; Senses low-light vision, scent, Perception + 12

AC 17, touch 13, flat-footed 11, (4 Dex, +3 natural, -1 size)
hp 60 (4d8
24)
Fort + 12, Ref +9, Will, +5

Speed 50 ft
Melee Bite+8 (1d4+5), 2 hooves 7 (2d65)
Space 10 ft.; Reach 5 ft.

Str 20, Dex 18, Con 22, Int 2, Wis 18, Cha 12
Base Atk +3; CMB +9; CMD 23 (25 vs trip)
Feats Endurance, Run , Toughness, Wpn Focus (hooves)
SQ Combaty Trained
Skills Perception + 12, Acrobatics +8

If you were to purchase these magnificent animals they would be over 2000 gold pieces. They are never sold and if you don’t have ownership papers for them you will be HUNG for horse thievery!

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