Jungle of Lost Souls: Safety in Numbers

February 16, 2011

Three Durenian warriors…spring from their seats and embrace you warmly as fellow explorers.  “We’ve had a terrible time, their spokesman complains.  “Taweii attacks, monsters, and near starvation! Why don’t we join forces?  There is safety in numbers, you know.”

Your new henchmen are equipped with short swords and leather armor and appear to be capable warriors.

(Successful Luck saving roll)

After a short while traveling by foot, you are lucky to find a navigable river.  You don’t have any craft, but your group can build a respectable raft from nearby materials.  Doing so will take time and will necessitate two wandering monster checks, each with a 1 in 6 chance of producing an encounter.

Build a raft, or continue into the jungle on foot?

(223 adventure points earned so far.  Next level at 1000.)

View all posts of the Jungle of Lost Souls adventure.  Anybody is welcome to participate in the comments!

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3 Responses to “Jungle of Lost Souls: Safety in Numbers”

  1. Molly O'Jolly said

    Continue on foot. I don’t like the water. Alligators, great white sharks, and those really big octopi you see on old maps bringing down ships. No thanks.

  2. Cartomancer said

    Considering our luck on land so far (or rather our lack of it) i vote for going via the river. Either way somethings likely to eat us but if there’s civilisation out there you can be sure they will have set up by a source of water.

  3. Dean Courter (Burraggha) said

    I vote by water as well. On the water we can (most times) see greater distances and be more aware of our surroundings. Keep a good eye on the shore and in the water.

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