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The Enemy Within Revisited Cast:
Falco the Apothecary (Michael Morgan)
Hargrin the Dwarf Trollslayer (Kevin Bronakowski)
Ripwise the Halfling Chef (David Crapper)
So here we are looking for a witch in a tower and what do we find instead but a goblin in a dress. And I can tell you that it wasn’t a very pretty sight. My dreams may be forever haunted by some of the things i’ve witnessed in the company of this party but though less dangerous perhaps than facing the hordes of chaos, nevertheless looking up the skirt of a dress wearing goblin in knickers is not quite the picnic either and just as likely to make you revisit the contents of your stomach and most recent meal as said evil minions.
But enough of the goblin. We’ve seen the last of him or her. And so it seems have we seen the last of Ripwise the halfling chef of ours. Admittedly he always seemed somewhat unhinged but the manner in which he completely lost his mind and plummeted out of the window was nothing short of the work of a madman. I can still hear his manic shriek as he bundled into the goblin with a tackle that wouldn’t have looked out of place on a snotball field.
And speaking of madness, throughout all of these events Hargrin the Trollsslayer continues to cleave the goblins in twain with a reckless abandon that borders just the right side (or do I mean the wrong side) of insanity. And what was the crazy ratcatcher fella doing all this while? Well it later transpired that he was collecting mold. Yep you heard that right. He was collecting mold. As if there wasn't enough mold and fungus gathering on his clothes and permanently unbathed body he's now collecting his own. Madness!
But what do I know of madness? Perhaps I'm the crazy one. I know not what to make of this Raven which appeared out of the blue and has begun to follow us. Does it sense our imminent deaths and has designs on picking over our carcasses? If so it would be more polite I think for it to wait. It has proved useful and aided us already beyond measure but even so I cannot bring myself to trust the bird like the others seem to. It has an intelligent gleam in it’s eye or perhaps we’re all descending into madness I can no longer tell which is true. Maybe both.
by GM Noely
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