Witherblight

5th Session - Halloween

The Castle under the Mountain

Our adventurers rested in the room with the covered ladder that the Goblins used to escape during the fights from the day before. Upon returning to the room where the Golems and Goblins  were fighting they discover that the bodies had been removed. Deciding to not venture further in that direction, they attempt to go down the ladder to the Goblins seemed respite.

They began to lower Valadrian Naiquise into the tunnel because they had mostly destroyed it from the earlier conflict. She goes hundreds of feet down before she starts hearing what appears to be ghostly wails. After helping her back out of the tunnel, Selena Kalistar began casting firebolt to see the depth of the tunnel. To their surprise, the depth seemed to be inconsistent. As if something down there moving was blocking the firebolts.

They left that area and went back to the crypts passed the Golems once more. They pushed open a large double door and entered.. a forest. They saw lights in the distance and upon reaching them discovered a large mansion. They disturbed the ghostly residences and a fight among them and the count Moreos.

They stumbled upon a theater room, a large showcase. On the third level of the stands, they run into a disturbingly old Jacoeb Aries. He tells them cryptically about the castle, and mentions that the should seek Admarus Daeleth at the top of the tower if they want to know and understand what happened to this place. Medhazan the Great Tower.

They then encountered an aviary, and a large towering library. Upon climbing the stairs they found the symbol of Leira on the wall. Upon touching it, they discovered that you were transported to an alternate, seemingly darker version of the library. A girl runs into them and scolds them for knocking off the books, then runs off exclaiming "I'm late for class!"

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