Super Nice Guys

Indiana Jones and the Temple of F*ck
aka the Sex Dungeon

The Duchess offered a full pardon in exchange for the retrieval of a certain artifact from the Temple of ???.

Finding Darkclaw
Enhanced interregation

We may have used some enhanced interrogation techniques… :/


Session Summary - 03/23/14

Sgt. Pepper orders them to Windhill where they investigate what has been killing the town’s livestock. It turns out to be a large flesh golem named Ricky who is killing sheep by having sexual relations with them. After first attempting to set a trap with a stuffed sheep with a bear trap inside, they later decide it’s necessary to track down the creature’s master, which turns out to be a retired battlemage named Erasmus. He rewards the party for Ricky’s return and reunites him with his golem lover, Eduardo.

Having saved the sheep of Windhill, they begin tracking the goblins and eventually discover their camp, which is setup outside some sort of fortified cave. The goblins appear to be taking all the food they steal into the cave.

Session Summary - 03/16/14

The party is led to the quarry by Corporal Archibald. A small tent is pitched around the hole in one wall where the ruin has been discovered. At first it appears to be a single room with a closet, but they later uncover a secret passageway leading into a larger complex. In the closet they find a skeleton with a sign saying, “Return me to my master upon his reincarnation.” He also has a metal plate nailed to his back with the words “Property of Pentheus Furio” engraged on it. It was obviously installed while he was still alive. Feeling that the skeleton needed to be released from his curse and fearing Sgt. Pepper would kill him, the party attempts to dress him up as Aloysius. Unfortunately, the guards don’t fall for thsi plan and the skeleton ends up in the prison in Fort Haldole. They later find the skeleton’s bedroom and determine his name is Drof.

Deeper in the ruins, they zombies, skeletons, and an Allip, but are nearly overwhelmed by a swarm of spiders. In the final room, they find what is supposedly the corpse of Pentheus Furio, and there’s a grand display of magic intended to reincarnate him, but it ends with a fizzle. The party concludes the magic either failed or Pentheus has already been reincarnated. In the altar, they find a magic staff believed to have belonged to Pentheus, which they eventually give to Jafreese for “safe keeping.”

Session Summary - 03/09/14

PCs were led in chains to Haldole and introduced to the fort commander, Sgt. Pepper. On their first night in town, they go to the bar, Rosie’s Cheeks, where Aloysius unsuccessfully hits on Rosie but does convince the barkeep that Jafreese will pay their bill when he next comes back. They learn Sgt. Pepper is looking for a “crack team” for special missions, and become highly motivated to be selected because they believe it will lead to their indentured service ending early.

The next day, they are tested against other groups of recruits and prove their worth. Sgt. Pepper asks them to look into a matter at the quarry, where they have uncovered some sort of ruin.

Introduction & Character Creation

It’s been 10 years since the League of Unsavory Gentlemen banished the storm god, Indra, back to his home plane and reforged the seal around Midgard.

You are in jail in the city of Merrowhaven.

Dissatisfied with the notion of prisoners taking up valuable space in his already crowded dungeons and eating his valuable food (not to mention the extensive administrative expenses involved in running said dungeon), Merrowhaven’s wise and powerful ruler, Baron Henri Gaucher, devised an alternative solution. Prisoners whose offenses can be realistically forgiven (i.e. those who won’t be executed) are given the chance to earn their freedom. You see, the baron has this little goblin problem…

The goblins of Humbolt Hills were beaten into submission long ago, so they pose no true threat to the security of the provinces, but they also reproduce like nymphomaniac bunny rabbits. As such, the problem never truly goes away. They frequently raid towns and farms on Baron Gaucher’s eastern lands. The problem is below the attention of his valuable Solari, and maintaining a standing militia to deal with the problem – well, that’s even more expensive than running a prison! As you can probably tell by now, Baron Gaucher is a somewhat frugal person.

Hence the Work4Freedom program was established, whereby prisoners are released from jail and given the opportunity to earn their freedom by assisting in the various goblin raids in Humbolt Hills. After one year of service, they are declared free, with all of their transgressions forgiven. In some cases of exceptional service, prisoners earn their freedom even sooner.

This is the situation in which you find yourselves. You and your fellow party members are part of the latest group of prisoners released into the Work4Freedom program. You will all be traveling to Haldole, a small city on the edge of Humbolt Hills at the border between Suncoast and The Vale. There you will report to Sergeant Randall Pepper, who will instruct you as to your further duties.

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