Wave four, in the afternoon about two hours later:
> A few of the previous kids, all with enchanted weapon, three NPC mages, and a metric fuckton of NPC undead warriors with enchanted weapons and shit.
> They group nicely
> Our casters shower them with AoE attack spells (a handful of thrown rice)
> According to the numbers, they should all be dead, we saw no immunity markers.
> Their caster shouts "DISPEL"
Now one thing is, dispel magic had an incantantion which should be said at every use. That guy just shouted DISPEL in ENGLISH like he quoted from a fucking MMORPG. Second thing, dispel doesn't work on spells without a duration, like, say, ALL attack spells (you can't dispel a fireball). When we told them that:
> Oh, it works now. If we dispel it in ten seconds, it will totally have no effect. And also, NPC casters have 20 spell slots each
> Then kill them without magic, as even one of those casters could dispel everything we had combined four times.
See, they really sucked at this boffer combat stuff, at this fight three guys attacked me at once, and THEIR WEAPONS FUCKING STUCK TOGETHER. I don't know how did they manage that, but now the holy damage came in handy.
Organizers see now that shit has gotten serious. They even came up to us OOC and told that we ruin everyone else's play by not letting them have the scroll.
Wave five, in the evening:
> One (1) lead organizer saying he's OOC
> "And suddenly, the scroll teleports away."
> Grabs the scroll and starts to walk away.
> We tell him about the teleportation blocking circle
> "This is GM magic, it works through any defenses."
What the flying fuck. They told us to protect the scroll at all costs, then just took it away because the organizers liked it better that way. No flexibility, they wanted the scroll to get to team evil, if they cannot get it, we are bad players for doing what we were told to do.