The Road of Yellow Brick

Tiny place with lots of booby traps
Kirito has tricksy hands for tricksy objects

The party descended into a tiny area tiled with more depressible plates with words. The party urged Kirito to disable a bunch of the blank plates on the border, but in the end they opted for setting off the trap anyway. Some plates gave way to pits, but no one fell in them. Big spikes came from the ceiling but people blasted the spikes until they were no longer a threat. Flying Kruthiks came again but they proved to be a nuisance at best, and Kirito finished disabling other things (he did get some help). They got the staircase-turned-slide on the other side to snap into a staircase again, and they headed towards the door.

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The one with baby satanists and a devil statue
Samurai Jack thought he was Abu from Aladdin

There were plates you could press with words that made sense to no one. Samurai Jack got impatient and took the shiny red gems that the statue had for eyes. Taking the forbidden treasure summoned an imp, fire minions, and baby satanists. They were killed off but no one knows what the plates were about, and Samurai Jack felt no remorse because he got to keep his shiny red gems.

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Looking for Kruthiks
First Encounter

Entered a chamber which appeared to be the entry of an old tomb.

Killed a bunch of Kruthiks
Wonder Woman was ganged up on by them

A bloodstained leather bag was found with: a damaged journal, 11 gp (Darguun mintage), and a potion of healing.

Also found a battle standard of might.

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Features of the Tomb

The walls are carved with geometric patterns and stylized scenes common to Dhakani tombs.

A nameless fear hangs over the tomb, and its shadows reach in unnatural ways. – Minor connection to the Shadowfell

Many rooms are hot because geothermal energy from the lake of fire under Sharn powers some of the tomb’s functions.

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