Revenge in the Dark Jungle: The Chief’s Cat

April 13, 2011

You reply:  “If’n I knowed thar be watchers, I woulda dun more ‘saults n ‘crobats on der way down.”

He helps you out of the water and asks why are you trespassing on sacred tribal waters.  You explain your quest for vengeance against the Bat war party.   He says the Squarehead and Bat tribes are rivals and that he must take you to Never-Seen-the-Sun, the Squarehead chief,  for council.

You agree to visit with the chief, as the tribe’s location isn’t much out of the way and you may be able to recruit a war party of Squarehead to join your quest.

You arrive at the chief’s cave late in the evening.  After sharing a smoke with you, Never-Seen-the-Sun tells you that a Bat war party passed through this territory only four days ago.

(Failed Charisma saving roll)

You are unable to convince him to send several of his fine warriors with you, but he offers another way to help you.  He will lend you one of his Reticulated Panthers, which can carry you swiftly in pursuit of your prey.  You accept the offer and promise to repay the chief with scalps of his enemy.

Choose your next shortcut:

Attempt to jump across Smoke Ravine on your panther mount.
Ride through Giant Gibbon territory.

All are welcome to participate in this adventure.  Just indicate in the comments which course of action you’d like to see followed.  Optionally, you can provide a semi-relevant movie quote and a bonus will be granted to the character’s rolls.  Check out the previous posts about Revenge in the Dark Jungle.


2 Responses to “Revenge in the Dark Jungle: The Chief’s Cat”

  1. Molly O'Jolly said

    Eww, another tough choice–jumping across a ravine while on the back of an inarticulate panther, or race through giant gibbon territory. I once had neighbors named Gibbon, and they were rude. I vote we jump across the ravine while riding the panther; I’ll take inarticulateness over rudeness any day.

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