One word.. Owned. Another reason why Wizard’s advertising scheme was “don’t split the party” This session was all about assassins, backstabbing and death.
Our story continued in Adureth, where the characters enjoyed lunch with Dennis Goldentongue, and were occasionally stabbed by cloaked figures with shurikens. After the characters failed to kill the assassins, Dennis informed them about his personal quest: To find the Dragon’s Eye, a mysterious magic artifact.
Setting out the next morning, the party first confronted an assassin vine, that guarded the entrance to the tomb of Numring, that was said to hold the eye. Of course, the first thing that Rob did was to rush to the door, and lock it from the inside. Several similar betrayals followed, with Rob doing his best to annoy the other members of the party, (including failing to kill an unconscious Cade)
Eventually, the party members saw through Rob, and after failing to push Dennis off a cliff, Rob was killed by Eos in a
massive bullsh*t coup de grace. Moving on, the party entered the main tomb, where the Eye of the Dragon lay. Taking it, Eos set off a massive trap, that resulted in his death. After isolating himself from Dennis and Cade, he was destroyed by Glamroth, who dragged his body to the depths of Tol-Anduir, the underground.