Revenge in the Dark Jungle: The Dummy

April 26, 2011

You devise a diversion involving those curious monkeys seen earlier and dummy version of yourself built out of log, vine, and foliage.  You set the trap a distance away from the camp and wait the monkeys to trip it.

(Successful Luck saving roll)

The monkeys set off the trap and it operates properly.   Several monkeys are impaled by sharpened sticks and fill the jungle with screeching cries.  Then, the log dummy is released from the canopy, its legs and arms of foliage flailing as it falls with a thud on the jungle floor.

(Successful Luck saving roll, Level 1)

The diversion works, but only partially.  The leader dispatches three warriors to investigate the area where your dummy fell to the jungle floor.    There are still two warriors guarding the leader, plus the sentry archer.

Try to silently eliminate the sentry first.
…or…
Call out the leader for a duel.
…or…
Swing on a vine through the camp, chopping heads.

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.

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One Response to “Revenge in the Dark Jungle: The Dummy”

  1. Molly O'Jolly said

    Silencing the sentry still leaves two guards to contend with, plus the chieftain. Probably an unnecessary, little-to-gain risk. More than likely the chieftain will answer a one-on-one challenge, or lose major face with his subjects.

    I call out to chieftain for a one-on-one duel, to avenge my family, and plant him the…dirt?! Yeah, that’s what I do….DARN IT!

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