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After a long vacation, the Lorekeeper returns to continue this quest.

Quest rules:
1. All dice rolled are assumed to be D100 unless otherwise stated
2. The first two rolls will be given far greater importance, but additional rolls, good or bad, will affect the outcome. This choice ultimately falls to the Lorekeeper, odd circumstances may cause him to change how the story progresses (a ton of crits for instance)
3. All dice rolls are final
4. Critical fails are considered to be between 1-5, Critical hits are between 95-100. Crits overpower any other roll except another crit. In the rare chance that a crit fail and crit success happen. The Lorekeeper will do something interesting from a story angle. Similarly, rolling 2 of the same number will be considered a MEGA crit, just pray its two high numbers.
5. Near misses may occur, where a rolled number is close to the required threshold, whether over or under. This can have an impact on how the story proceeds. However these are up to the decision of the Lorekeeper.
6. Sometimes there are optional choices one may participate in, these will generally NOT be taken unless there are multiple posters who wish it, assuming there are multiple posters in the thread
7. There are often times choices with multiple parts, each part is counted separately, unless otherwise stated, sometimes rolls will be required before counting the second, third, etc, part
8. There will be “Time Limited” decisions, in which characters may only do a set number of actions, these will be clearly marked. Generally you will only be able to choose one decision per ‘round’.
9. Rules may be subject to change between threads, but will not change during the same thread. These rules are what we will follow for the remainder of this thread.

Archived Threads + Sidequests: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/qstarchive.html?tags=Necromancer+Detective+Quest

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Main Character Spell List:

Equipment List

“I found out where the bastard behind all this is right now, but we need to strike fast.” Henry explained.

“That’s… excellent news! Where exactly is he located?!” Marko asked.

“Nirdec Caverns, non-gassed bit.” Henry explained. “I think he was a former inhabitant, he’s pretty insane now. Luckily, we didn’t get noticed on the way in or out but I have no idea how long he’ll be there. I have the rest of my crew heading over there now to keep an eye on it but we need to move quickly or he might slip through our fingers.” Henry continued.

“Ah, well I believe we could put out a wanted poster with the church if you got a good look at his face. Just in case.” Marko offered.

“You wouldn’t believe what he looks like, hell I barely do. All I know is a certain someone will be interested in his corpse.” Henry said.

“So what exactly do you need?” Marko said, putting his papers down properly and turning his full attention to Henry.
“Fifty men, fully armed. We should be able to clean out the cavern with that much.” Henry said.

“Done, next?” Marko said, motioning to an attendant who began writing down instructions.

“A few mages, mainly those that specialize in magic that can capture him alive, my group isn’t very good at that.” Henry explained.

“Yes I’ve heard that you aren’t known for a ‘soft touch’. So you want some people who can capture a trained and dangerous mage alive… I know of a few people we can call on for that. Luckily blue mana mages are the cult’s specialty.” Marko explained.

“So I must ask why you’re going to the extra effort to capture him alive.” Marko said. “I don’t really have an opinion but it might be a good idea to list a reason down on your report.”

“Ah.” Henry said, realizing the man was giving him a helpful hint. “I believe that this man has useful intelligence and have reason to believe he’s had contact with Venser. I don’t think the two are currently working together, however, I still think this information justifies the extra effort. Not to mention studying this man’s mutation while he’s still alive may yield more valuable research.”

“I’d also suggest mages that can use control or frenzy magic as well, anything to break our target’s control and connection with the devils. Better yet if they can directly control the devil-human hybrid.”

“Alright, we can supply mages specializing in control magic, though controlling a skilled mage let alone a…. I beg your pardon?” Marko asked, fumbling over his words for a moment.

“You heard me correct, though I don’t completely understand it myself. I can’t verify for absolute certainty that he wasn’t using some form of illusion spell but it’s highly unlikely he’s that skilled of a mage in that area.” Henry explained.

“I see… perhaps a further scouring of the caverns will be in order after this. We may find more information about this there.” Marko said, motioning for the attendant to continue writing.
The attendant for his part didn’t say too much. Henry wondered how many weird things he’d heard over his career. He barely even looked surprised.

“We may need to bring in the church in some capacity, though diplomacy isn’t really my department.” Henry explained.

“We’d rather keep the church uninvolved with this matter, especially with their recent mishandlings. Word has been spread about how they barely managed to hold the docks and their internal communications discuss how they were made fools of by us. Smart choice to work with that inquisitor, though I’d rather she wasn’t in my compound.” Marko continued.

“So why haven’t you voiced objections?” Henry asked.

“Because she would have noticed I’m sure.” Marko replied. “This room is very heavily shielded you realize, even an inquisitor can’t peer into here. So I was stuck having to wait a little bit to speak with you. I didn’t want to try anything too obvious, and I was certain you’d be capable of keeping her at arms length. Smart choice to have her come here in her black robes first as well, all the guards have memorized her face now in case she tries to snoop around.

“And if she’s dumb enough to?” Henry asked.

“Well, our agreement with the church means our facilities are under our jurisdiction, except in cases of crimes against nature as they put it. So that answers that question, and trust me when I say she wouldn’t get far enough inside to see anything damning.” Marko continued.

“Well, we might still need healers.” Henry said.

“We can provide equipment, heal scrolls, and the like, but no church personnel, if we can avoid it, and whoever calls them will bring a lot of attention from higher up down on them. Not to mention the church has placed an embargo on healers leaving the city right now. They’re too valuable to waste unless we explained everything to them.” Marko explained.

1. “Ah, that would be problematic.”
2. “I don’t care, we need healers involved.”
3. “I know one healer that I believe I can trust, she’d be willing to work outside church authority as well to put a stop to this mess. May I bring her along?”
4. “So why the need for so much secrecy, exactly?”
5. (write in)
>3. “I know one healer that I believe I can trust, she’d be willing to work outside church authority as well to put a stop to this mess. May I bring her along?”
>4. “So why the need for so much secrecy, exactly?”
roll 1d100 to gain permission to bring Rosa along (20 or higher needed, having that nail badge goes a long way)
Rolled 67 (1d100)

easily passed
Welcome back QM!
“I know one healer that I believe I can trust, she’d be willing to work outside church authority as well to put a stop to this mess. Can I bring her along, at least for my own group?” Henry asked.

“Acceptable, I suppose. As long as you can assure, she won’t reveal anything too important.”

“I can just erase her memory if she sees something.” Ophelia said matter of factly.

“Lovely.” Marko replied.

“So why the need for so much secrecy exactly?” Henry asked.

“Well this whole incident puts the Cult in a rather strange spot. We’d like to deny the church a win here but at the same time I wish to avoid bringing the church’s wrath down on us for essentially showing it up. It’s the exact same reason you utilized the inquisitor. In fact if you could convince her to claim credit for this being solved then that would be ideal I think, having someone on the inside of the inquisition who owes us would be… advantageous. I can guarantee a Nail such as yourself would be in a very good position if they were the one to do that.”

“Ah, yes.” Henry said, laughing internally. The man still thought he was simply a Nail, rather than the Pinky.

“If that is all then I’ll need to gather the troops, they’ll be assembled in an hour or so.” Marko explained.

1. “Can’t you do it any faster?!”
2. “I’m going to take my leave for now, good day.”
3. “I appreciate your advice, but please don’t pretend to be in charge of me, it’ll be bad for your career.”
4. “Thank you for the help.”
5. (write in)
Forgot we were a pinky
>In fact if you could convince her to claim credit for this being solved then that would be ideal
Waaay ahead of ya there
Choice here
>> 1. “Can’t you do it any faster?!”
roll 1d100
Rolled 9 (1d100)

If we fail, flash the pinky badge and inform him
"It wasn't a question."
Rolled 84 (1d100)

“Are you unable to do it any faster!?” Henry asked.

“No. I’m not going to. I have my own concerns beyond even this mission of yours and that means I’ll have to-“

“It wasn’t a question.” Henry said, reaching into his pocket and holding out the Crest of the Hand.

He gained a bit of smug satisfaction from the look on Marko’s face. The man’s attendant needed a moment to pick his jaw up from the floor as well.

“Thirty minutes, get them ready.” Henry said, “Once this is over I’ll will give you a positive paragraph in my report.” Henry continued.

Henry strode out of the office almost dragging Ophelia along.

“Was any of the pomp necessary?” Ophelia asked.

“Probably not, but it made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. There is something to be said about having some actual authority for once.” Henry continued.

“Just don’t let it go to your head. Every other boss I’ve had always did.” Ophelia said. “I’d like you to be the first who doesn’t.”

“Yeah yeah.” Henry said.

1. *wait for the troops to be assembled then head out*
2. *head over to the hospital to grab Rosa and convince her to work alongside the cult’s troops, you don’t think it’ll be hard.”
3. *head over to the hospital to find Agatha, you don’t want her tagging along due to her loyalties.*
4. (write in)
>2. *head over to the hospital to grab Rosa and convince her to work alongside the cult’s troops, you don’t think it’ll be hard.”
>3. *head over to the hospital to find Agatha, you don’t want her tagging along due to her loyalties.*
>4. (write in)
We'll need to further her "involvement" with this quest, as in, this is just an extension of stopping the magic plague so she should be there to take the fame for finishing it.
Henry immediately stepped out towards the hospital. Ophelia stayed behind to see to a few things inside the warehouse. The walk over gave Henry some time to think to himself. The quiet streets left the man to his own mind, something he usually paved over with trouble or booze. He had no booze on him, and the trouble wouldn’t be for a bit longer. He was more than a little bit out of his element.

Henry looked upon the hospital for hopefully the last time. There was even more activity than the last time he’d been there, but things had been put fully under control of course. It took a while to track the others down but luckily they’d been expecting him since Larry had explained everything. Rosa had some reservations about everything but had placed her support behind Henry. She said that she was going to wear her healer’s robes no matter what, though. Henry begrudgingly accepted that stipulation.

Johnny seemed rather pleased with everything, while Larry vocalized his doubts about the abilities of the Cult’s fighting force to do anything, especially after the strong showing the church had made against the devils earlier.

“So have either of you seen Agatha?” Henry asked.

“Yes, she was here a little while ago. Didn’t stay too long after we met. She… actually apologized to me.” Rosa said, “I… I don’t know how to feel about it, honestly. All of this time… I thought I’d feel… I don’t know, relief?”

“Apologized?” Henry asked.

“Yeah… she uh, for how things had ended up between us. We were good friends once, I still see her like an older sister, you realize.” Rosa explained.

“I get the feeling we won’t be seeing her for a while.” Johnny explained. “She had the look of someone who had to do something important.”

1. “We don’t have time to go looking for her, but we’ll need to have a talk with her when this is all done. Can’t believe she just up and ditched us at such a critical moment.”
2. “Look we need to find her, I can’t leave anything to chance.” (may delay the assault, and lead to an awkward conversation with Marko as a result)
3. (write in)
>2. “Look we need to find her, I can’t leave anything to chance.” (may delay the assault, and lead to an awkward conversation with Marko as a result)
>3. (write in)
She needs to be there to be the "hero"
We can't do this without someone accepting the limelight
Current party:
1. Henry
2. Johnny
3. Larry
4. Rosa

>Where do you want to search?
Lets check on our prisoner, if she's still there, then
I don't know, lets ask Rosa if she has places of meaning here.
tomorrow because I dilly dallied too much
“Look, we need to find her, I can’t leave anything to chance.” Henry explained. “She needs to be there so she can take credit, we can’t do this without someone else taking the limelight.” Henry continued.

“Why don’t we just give her credit after this is all over?” Larry asked.

“What if she’s run off?” Henry continued. “I’m not about to have this perfect little operation interrupted so early!”

“A perfectionist when it counts.” Johnny said, sighing.

“Johnny, first of all, shut up, second of all, go and check in on our prisoner, I want to make sure Agatha didn’t try to spring her loose.” Henry said.

“Right away.” Johnny said, shrugging in a mockingly exaggerated way.

“Rosa, do you know of anywhere that Agatha would’ve gone off to?” Henry asked.

“I have an idea… our teacher’s grave… it’s a country cemetery. We could head over there on the way out to the Nirdec Mountains, shouldn’t take us too far out of the way.” Rosa explained.

“Or we could just, I dunno, trust that she isn’t stabbing us in the back?” Larry offered. “She gave us her word didn’t she, doesn’t that mean something?!”

“I want to agree with you Larry… but…” Rosa said. “She’s desperate, she might do something she regrets later.”

Henry said nothing, simply basking in their naivete.

1. *head over to the cemetery NOW.* (will cause the assault to be delayed)
2. *head over to the cemetery after you begin marching* (will not delay the assault, but you won’t be able to stop the march)
3. *head back to headquarters and wait a bit longer, you have to accept you won’t be finding Agatha*
4. (write in)
>1. *head over to the cemetery NOW.* (will cause the assault to be delayed)
do a roll
Rolled 63 (1d100)

Watch me fail
“We’re heading over there.” Henry said.

“What?” Larry asked.

“I said we’re heading over there now. JOHNNY!” Henry said, calling over to where the skeleton had headed.

“JOHNNY! GOD FUCKING DAMN IT GET BACK HERE.” Henry said, beginning to run off, only to find Johnny silently standing in front of him.

“You really need to be nicer to the man.” Rosa remarked.

“Why the fuck are you…” Henry said staring at Johnny, before realizing he’d told the skeleton to shut up earlier.

“I didn’t mean literally… speak up already.” Henry said.

“As you wish.” Johnny said.

Henry wanted to punch him so badly, but the iron helmet would just hurt his hand.

“Look, we’re heading out to the cemetery to look for Agatha. It’s gonna delay us by what, fifteen, thirty minutes?” Henry said.

“So who’s gonna run back to tell the Cult boys whats what?” Larry asked.

1. *send someone back to inform the cult* (pick a party member, you won’t have them if you do)
2. “They’re just gonna have to suck it up.” *send nobody*
3. (write in)
>1. *send someone back to inform the cult* (pick a party member, you won’t have them if you do)
Let Ophelia and charles go.
Charles isn't with you, and Ophelia is back at base.
Send larry then
“Larry, I need you to run back to base, let Marko know what’s going on.” Henry explained.

“Yeah sure I guess…. what’s going on exactly. I know Agatha is supposed to be with us and that she’s acting odd but….”

“Tell Marko… that I’m making sure Agatha didn’t rat us out. If she has then we could be walking into an ambush… yeah that should work.” Henry explained.

“A good reason to delay if I ever heard one.” Johnny said. “I hope you weren’t too forceful when you got them all together.”

“No I wasn’t.” Henry said.

“Rosa, I need you to take us to the cemetery.” Henry explained.

“Right… yeah, sure Henry, lets go.” Rosa said.

So it was that Henry, Johnny, and Rosa departed from Magica. The trip went smoothly after they were let out of the gate. Henry had to flash his Nail’s badge to be able to expedite the routine checks that would be applied to those leaving during quarantine. They couldn’t afford to waste time right now, and word wouldn’t be able to spread quickly enough if they nipped this in the bud.

“I still can’t believe they made you a Nail.” Rosa said.

“Why, surprised you could pick a guy so well?” Henry said, chuckling.

“No I’m surprised they could put up with you long enough to see your good side.” Rosa replied.

“Ahem.” Johnny said, trudging along behind the two. “As much as I enjoy young love I really don’t think this is the time for it. We need to be serious about this Henry.”

“I know but I was trying to ignore how much this might suck.” Henry said. “Rosa… if she’s stabbed us in the back…” Henry said, trying to tiptoe around the subject.

“If she has… it would’ve been for a good reason.” Rosa explained.

Henry wondered if it was an excuse or if she truly believed that much in her old friend.


As their trek began to wind down, Henry was really getting worried. Their trip had actually taken them on a familiar route. They were heading in the direction of the observatory that Requin Del Mar had holed up in. Henry at first had chalked it up to being one of two major roads out of town, then to random chance… and now he was hoping that it was just some other graveyard.

It seemed like a lifetime ago but… well, as they began getting close Henry accepted the truth. This was the same graveyard that him and Charles had plundered not a month earlier, to make way for their assault on the observatory. That probably meant that Henry had desecrated the corpse of someone Rosa and Agatha held dear, and it tore Henry up inside, despite his best efforts to force himself to not care. As they crested the top of the last hill, Rosa’s almost jolly nature from being outside of Magica quickly faded.

“No…. that’s… no way.” Rosa said, her voice trembling.

Johnny stared at Henry for a moment, gauging the man’s reaction, then shook his head.

“Say it. Just in a whisper.” Henry said, not even turning around.

“Don’t blame yourself too much Henry, no way you could have known.” Johnny explained with hardly any emotion in his voice. “But you’re going to do that anyways. At least don’t be too hard on yourself.” Johnny continued, his voice flat, uncaring, and devoid of the usual warmth.

“God damn it Johnny.” Henry said, it was this Johnny that Henry hated more than any of the others, even the lecturing Johnny was better than this.

Henry turned around to find Rosa was already rushing down the road, nearly tripping a couple of times, as she blindly rushed towards the half-destroyed cemetery. From a distance it looked awful. All of the destroyed graves Henry had left behind hadn’t been touched, probably because nobody could get out here to fix it due to the plague ravaging Magica. The bridge to Avignon was closed and Magica was obviously not going to be providing labor.

“No no no no!” Rosa said. “This… what happened. WHO DID THIS? WHO DID THIS!?” Rosa cried out, shuddering with sorrow and flickers of anger.

“A necromancer.” Agatha said, stepping out from inside of a busted open mausoleum. “A good one too from the looks of things, had some sort of gravedigger’s amulet, and had a lot of experience doing this before. I figure most of the corpses ended up in Nirdec so we won’t even be able to track them down without suffocating on fumes…”

“A Necromancer?! This close to city?!” Rosa asked, dumbfounded.

“Yes… I suppose I should be surprised it didn’t happen sooner, I imagine right now many of the smaller cemeteries are being plundered for corpses just to make more corpses…” Agatha said, running a hand through her hair

“And our teacher’s grave!?” Rosa asked, holding out hope.

“Opened, I imagine her corpse is with the others, not a fate befitting a Matron.” Agatha said.

“How can… how can you be so calm!?” Rosa asked, quaking with Anger.

“Because I’m an inquisitor, Rosa. I need to stay calm to do my job. I also can’t blindly focus on just one woman, there are over a hundred corpses missing here by my reckoning… think of all the families who won’t be able to tend to their families graves now. It’s a crime against god. Rosa you shouldn’t be here
any longer, it will do you no good, we need to leave, get back to the city where we can do some real good and-”

“Sh-SHUT UP!” Rosa cried. “JUST SHUT UP STOP TALKING, STOP TALKING…. GOD WHY.” She said, falling to her knees and burying her face into her hands.

“Rosa…” Agatha said.

Henry didn’t even want to get close to the woman. He didn’t know what he even needed to say to her to get her to calm down. Money would be no help. Words failed him yet he kept trying. There had to be something he could say to turn it all around, something he just wasn’t thinking about.

“You need to do something, Henry, this is your mess.” Johnny whispered.

“My…. Mess. Yes I suppose it is.” Henry said. “I don’t know what I can do Johnny, I don’t even know if I have the right to do anything.”

“Henry, for once in your life stop thinking about how things can go wrong, or the best way to do things, just make a decision you won’t regret, for her.” Johnny explained.

1. no, you need to decide on your own
>write in required
if no votes are made I'll simply advance and have Henry lock up
>>write in required
We will ignore it
And we will never say a thing about this.
will resume posting tomorrow!
Henry took a couple steps forwards then stopped, unsure of what exactly he could do. His brain temporarily shut off as he took on the appearance of a deer in front of a carriage. Henry eventually decided he would have to play this off and turned away to leave. He stared Johnny in the face for only a moment before looking away in shame. He hadn’t even realized he could still feel shame.

Henry jerked back as Johnny’s hand grasped onto his shoulder.

“Let go Johnny.” Henry said in a demanding tone. He pulled away as the command stuck and Johnny was stuck glaring at him. Henry looked down to see the skeleton’s gloved hands trembling in barely contained anger.

“Don’t say a fucking thing to me about this.” Henry whispered, “Go help her if you think it’ll solve anything, then.”

Johnny grunted and went to Rosa’s side while Agatha walked after Henry.

“What do you want?!” Henry demanded.

“You’re really just walking away?” Agatha asked.

“This isn’t my business Agatha, I understand that she’s hurting but I have no way to fix this. I don’t even know too much about what this place meant to her, so how the hell do you expect me to do anything about it.” Henry demanded.

“I knew something was off about you.” Agatha sneered. “I didn’t figure you a coward though.”

“A coward who fights devils and trained mages without batting an eye?! Well don’t you just have the highest of standards!” Henry shot back

“This is a different kind of fight Henry. This is a fight for the souls of-“ Agatha said, before being shoved aside by Rosa as the woman strode towards Henry.

Henry actually found himself on the backfoot Rosa looked at him with a blank expression.

“R-rosa?” Henry asked, instinctively reaching for his knife before realizing what he was actually doing.

It turned out he didn’t even need to worry, as the woman simply walked by him and back towards the main road. “Come on, we need to go kill the man cowering in the necromancer caves among a flock of red giggling bird droppings.” Rosa said, clearly out of it.

Henry wondered exactly how this would play out. Johnny and Agatha were just as bewildered as he was. He watched as Agatha followed after Rosa. Agatha displaying more human emotions like concern and anxiety then Henry had seen in the entirety of the time he’d known her for.


Henry sat down wearily after arriving at the cave mouth. It had been quite a bit of walking to go back into Magica to get the troops and then return to the cave mouth where Xavier and Charles had been waiting. Xavier had been leaning against the wall near the shadows of the cave mouth as the sun had been getting to him earlier, even through all of the clothing and armor he had on. Charles for his part had already drawn up a map of the cave by utilizing a couple of dead bats he’d brought along. The boy had adapted surprisingly quickly to the bat’s way of seeing while hijacking their corpses. The map would prove invaluable during their assault, of course Henry hid the specifics of how it was made from the man nominally in charge of organizing the Cult’s forces.

Ophelia was checking over the rune’s and flamecaster she’d brought along with her while oogling at the Cult’s equipment and writing down possible improvements that could be made, and how she would ensure she got credit for them.

The cult’s forces were a fairly impressive mercenary force, not quite as disciplined or motivated as the church’s forces might have been, but still a force to be reckoned with if utilized properly.

>how do you wish to proceed?
>>how do you wish to proceed?
Cautiously and optimistically.
“Right everyone, we’re heading in!” Henry said, motioning to the mercenary leader and to his own group. The merc leader began barking orders while Henry saw to his own people.

Ophelia and Xavier were both level headed if a bit nervous. Agatha was praying silently while Rosa was manically pacing back and forth, anxious as all hell. She was singing what appeared to be a… battle hymn? Henry really didn’t want to know what that was about.

“You ready Henry?” Charles asked. “I’m going to do everything I can.” He continued, holding out his warding charm, his hands glowing with white mana.

“Yeah, I’m ready.” Henry said. “Lets get this clusterfuck on the road shall we?”

Henry walked over to the mercenary leader and found that he had already arranged the troops.

“Alright everyone, the plan is pretty simple, we’ve shown you the map and the route we’ll be taking, however there are two other paths we’ll utilize near the small cavern to flank him. Make sure you know which way you’re going to go and stick to the plan, the tunnels are going to be tight so make sure the devils don’t smoke you out. Any questions?”

“Yeah, how many devils are there exactly?” One of the mercs asked.

“Few hundred at most, two large ones, and their master. If possible, try to avoid killing him but if there is no other option you have permission to. I’ve gotten Marko to approve of a bonus for bringing in the fucker alive. You’ll all be rewarded two months pay if we can do that.” Henry said.

There was a bit of exciting chattering before another man raised his hand.

“What’s with the inquisitor?” The man asked.

“Backup, she’s not here in an official capacity but she’s… vital to our operations. Just be glad she’s on our side on this one, she’s not someone you want to piss off.” Henry said.
“For once he’s said something smart.” Agatha said, eliciting laughs from a few of the mercs.

“Alright jackasses, thanks for volunteering to be in the front of your squads.” Henry said, which elicited a chuckle from the merc leader.

The group descended into the cavern, with Henry and his group sticking toward the middle front where he could effectively give orders while providing support, and having a nice meat shield in the form of the mercs. There were fifty mercs, the captain, and his group, which all in all meant it’d be two to three devils per person, which would be manageable if they didn’t hit them all at once.

“Dark as hell in here, good thing we brought the runes.” Larry said, straining his eyes.

“It also means that our enemies will be able to see us if we aren’t careful. It’s a double edged sword.” Xavier explained.

Eventually, the men in front slowed to a crawl and Henry had to strain his neck to see what the matter was.

“Group of devils up ahead, men aren’t sure what we should do since you said they were being controlled right?” The merc leader asked.

“Yeah, we aren’t sure if there is a mana connection between them or not, if there is then we’ll alert the fucker that we’re here.” Henry said. “It’s a gamble but it’s a rarity to see that sorta thing with a living creature.”

“Yeah, I’ve seen the boffins do that with… well, yknow.” The man said, eyeing Agatha.

Agatha didn’t even bother looking at either of them, the whole time she was focusing ahead.

Current Party Members: Agatha, Ophelia, Rosa, Charles, Johnny, Xavier, Larry Merc leader + 50 mercenaries
>write in
Have we seen any branching paths that aren't unpassable?
We should secure all paths just to make sure none escape as we purge them.
roll 1d100 to see if you find branching paths
Rolled 6 (1d100)


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