[IC&OOC] (D&D 5E) From Obscurity to Glorium

DeeCee

Drowning in Armour
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When the Name is spoken, there is a distant chiming sound that seems to come from everywhere in thecomplex at once. Or rather, behind, beyond the complex. When Sandford says it a second time, the sound is louder and somehow closer. Will anyone speak it a third time?

OOC: Just a note - there is/was nothing in the bone room to be found via Perception. No clothes, no weapons, no personal items. Just bone, and all human(oid). Luckily the boar is not summoned a third time by the invocation.
 

Talisman

The Man of Talis
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Adjusting his hat slightly, Othar takes a firm grip on his staff and looks around at his companions. Assuming no one stops him, he takes a deep breath.

"GALAMAKTHROS!" he thunders.
 

Elfwine

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Outside making sure to have a handful of precious stones first - more carefully than randomly picked - Eirlys does nothing to stop Othar.
 

inlanoche

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Instinctively, Sandford grabs at the various pouches in his cloak, making sure the bulges of gems he grabbed are still there, his other hand tightening on the tusk resting on his shoulder....
 

DeeCee

Drowning in Armour
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In the entry room, for anyone near enough to see, the back wall (opposite the hallway, beyond the plinth) shimmers at the sound of the Name being spoken thrice in fairly rapid succession, and ripples away as if vapour. What covers the wall now, from nearly side to side and top to bottom, is a foggy picture of the Glorium beach, the elves and dwarves standing no longer in a line of pairs, but rather a lined formation of elf/dwarf/elf, etc. They look as though they can see into the tomb, see the party.

The return portal has opened. Will the party return to Glorium?
 

inlanoche

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OOC: . Being a rogue with his pockets full, I see no reason to stay...
 

Rolzup

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Drokk gave the room one last look, his gaze settling on the scattered rubble that was all that remained of the boar. He bowed deeply, and spoke aloud as he straightened back up. "Well fought," he said quietly, "You've gone where you best belong, which is more than most folk ever get."

Turning away, he strode unhesitatingly through the portal.
 

Talisman

The Man of Talis
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Othar follows Drokk through the portal, taking up a position beside him and waiting for his companions to join them.
 

Elfwine

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Eirlys follows next, with a brief salute to the boar's remains.

It was a brave foe, for all that it may not technically have been a person.
 
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