Chapter 3, part 1
Who's that now?

After some down time, Crass and Sadler took advantage of a lull in “hostilities” with The Syndicate to go off on a holiday, leaving us in charge (for no adequately explored reason).

We mostly succeeded.

*insert FF's leveling music here*

We dined, we discussed, we dickered, we dealt, we departed.

So close, and probably so far.

We arrived at Crowser’s bazaar without further incident (the business with the noodle notwithstanding). We even managed to get an invitation to Drumstick’s estate; it’s very shiny.

Well ... that happened
I thought Fink was good at fancy parties.

In an attempt to gather information and/or support in our bid to acquire the music box from (that guy, who’se name I forget), we wrangled Fink an entrance into a fancy party in which his wife was in attendance. Fink failed.

We then went the mercenary route, and got very much closer to the manor.

Fancy Party
We came, we saw, we...

Cantage, head of the Syndicate, held a formal event, and we were invited!

There were dinosaurs.

Indecent Proposal
well, how much ya payin'?

Finkletort Esielhorn fell victim to the old “double agent or prison” trap while Xavin wisely opted to play both sides against the middle.

A long and winding road
where's my shovel?

The party escorted Crass back to the previous sessions’s portal which, shockingly enough, was no longer there.

The Sandbox was entered.

The plot return-eth!
Loot, meet-n-greet, preparations...

Continuing after our last painful encounter, we explored into a wholly new locale, met some other cells, and prepared for an excursion with Crass himself.

mumble, grumble ratsum fratsum constructs

Through a maze of twisting passages, all alike, we were nearly eaten by a grue.

We must go deeper
full of sound and fury, signifying ...

After a well-deserved rest, we met at the Joy House for an extremely late breakfast, killed a few hours overnight, and returned to the One-Eyed Goblin Tribe’s house in search for more treasure.


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