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Wildfire:
I was just looking at the rumor mill trying to make any sort of connection to the explosions (the one in camp and the one that trapped us in).

I'm thinking that it could be agents of the Scarlet Brotherhood. From what I know the SB is a league of evil monks. Now, I play a Monk. So, knowing what they can do (move silently and quickly, hide in shadows, etc...) I'm kind of suspicious.

There were no footprints found since everybody was running around and probably inadvertantly messed them up.

It wasn't the Sahuagin since they most likely would attack by force.

The two explosions aren't necessarily related...it seems logical that they might be but that may not be the case.

Who else knew about the shaft that we found? Did the demolition crew use our pulley to cross the chasm? Or were they already in the elevator shaft area?

These are just random thoughts. Feel free to add to them. :wink:

Griznuq:
Perhaps we should have asked the ghost what color the worm was...

Going back through the rumor mill, it says:
--- Quote ---Bronze Dragons have been seen leaving different areas of the eastern coast of the Flanaess, never to return. It is thought that they come to the Isle of Brennen to die. It is thought that they go to an ancient burial ground that is guarded by one of their oldest.
--- End quote ---
It has been said that the evil monks of the Scarlet Brotherhood already have a foothold and claim to the Isle of Brennen. They are rumoured to use the Isle as a training camp and military base for a new contingent of warriors who will be unleashed across the Flanaess.
[/quote]

Another group we need to be worried about.

Griznuq:
Ah yes, Hobs, that's right...

Knolls were the FK game...

It's all a blur. I will let you fact knowing people figure things out. I'm just along for the ride!

Johan:

--- Quote from: Matt ---When we get back, we should talk to the leaders of this whole thing about the aquatic race, to see if he knows how intelligent they are.

They obviously are somewhat, as they had shades and weapons. Not to mention the fact that they stratagized.
--- End quote ---
. Pirates, on the other hand. I'm starting to think on the pirates that have sub-aquatic modes of travel. *They* might want platinum.


--- Quote from: Matt ---There were Knolls in here at one point, were there not?
--- End quote ---
(Boy did that turn into a stream of consciousness...)[/quote]

At least you're conscious, at last.  :D

Griznuq:
Well, you are probably right. though, I wasn't suggesting that Gage did it, but more that the folks that he said were after Mel might have.

I doubt that the whole thing would just be for that reason though.

When we get back, we should talk to the leaders of this whole thing about the aquatic race, to see if he knows how intelligent they are.

They obviously are somewhat, as they had shades and weapons. Not to mention the fact that they stratagized.

You think it was them who wiped out the dwarves from here in the first place? They may not have needed to out-fight them. seems that most of them died in that one room, right? Poison maybe?

Then again, their bones were scattered about, by the sounds of it... course that could have been scavengers, like those centipedes...

There were Knolls in here at one point, were there not?

(Boy did that turn into a stream of consciousness...)

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