Sphinx Round 2

Disappearing children in Doumma

Encounter with Rosine, the Empress

Our heroes trekked out to the village of Doumma, after being informed of an entity suggesting the Empress from Arna, the King’s oracle. On the way to Doumma, the party met a man named Patrick outside the town of Beith who appeared to be a fisherman merchant. On further inspection, the party determined that his family in the wagon were illusions and that he was a thief. Patrick was killed by Altonnya and the party took his wagon along with their mule to Doumma. Upon their arrival at Doumma, the party soon found out that only two residents of the entire town remained, locked up in the village potion store. Ormitt and his mother Vraga informed the party that two search parties had went out to find the missing children, but none had returned. The mother and child felt compelled to stay and watch the village temple by their goddess, Selûne.
The party entered the magic dungeon of the Empress unknowingly and soon encountered husks of moth men produced by Rosine. Later, they encountered half moth, half elves about a foot in length playing innocent games that soon became quite gruesome when they began to plunder and murder one another. The elves eventually drew the party to their big sister, Rosine.
Rosine put up quite a fight, knocking out SVET and transforming into Mothra. The party was joined halfway through the fight by Tsarra, a bowwoman elf, and Tarkus, a man in a black suit of heavy armor wielding a big hammer. Rosine was eventually defeated, and the surviving residents of Doumma that had been transformed by her reverted back to normal and were taken back to the village. Tsarra and Tarkus met with the party in temple of Selûne and told the party they were sent on a mission from the Swords of the Lady or “Lunatics” as some people call them to aid the party in the encounter.


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