[WFRP 2e] Morrslieb's Shadow 45

Maximillian Morningglory, Halfling Vampire Hunter

My companions
Udrin Sor-Valdir - High Elf Wizard
Ludovic Hasselhoff - Human Entertainer

Brother Dieter - Priest of Morr

(GM's Write-up, edited for my blog).

Tonight the Winds of Chaos erupted.

It started with doubles and triples rolls for Udrin, who's player was absent the GM played best he could: basically aloof and the better of the rest of the party.

The party began at the walled estate of a patron whose Azyr wizard (Sir Eiche) turned up missing over a week ago (game time).  Things got weird. Udrin cast the Skywalk spell on himself so he could scout the other side of the wall...and he rolled doubles. This results was a 91 on the Minor Chaos Manifestation.

A 91 is two (2) chaos events. The first caused the party to break out in a cold sweat. The second roll was a 98 to occur on the next spell cast. Well, that had to happen quickly as the Skywalk had to be followed by another so Udrin could return to the party.

This meant rolling on the Major Chaos Manifestation table. That was a 99! Suddenly, it's a Catastrophic Manifestation of 53. A d10 roll caused 7 Daemonic Imps to appear "asking for daddy" (or at least a controller). The chaos hunting Maximillian swung at the first one.

The imps attacked back. Maximillian took a critical hit, avoiding Insanity, but down to 0 wounds, and spared only by the Sleep of the Dead spell by Brother Dieter and then Daemonbane by Udrin.

Needing healing, Maximillian asked Udrin, "How that magic touch?" Obliging him, the elf rolled successfully enough with three (3) 10s! Major Chaos event #2! At first Maximillian thought the warmth was the healing spell working, but he soon realized the elf had burst into flames!

Taking damage the first round and then deftly managing to literally jump out of his boots, Udrin was left completely naked and without eyebrows.

So. Much. Goodness. So. Many. Laughs.

GM Note: This is why dice rolling and the random "friction" of them can drive so much story, people. Dice rule!

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