The voices are coming from a large room that is being excavated. It appears that a couple of goblins are arguing about something.
mark moves up to the intersection of the two planks to the NE and lets fly at G7, hitting it for 2points of damage (I f’n burned 2 AP’s for 2 points of damage? CRIPES!)
Ice decided then and there to leap into the pit. He jumps, then roars… but his foot get caught on a stray rock at the last second, and he lands with all the grace of a fish out of water. The belly flop into the empty pool caused 4hp damage.
A dead fish at that. A dead fish with a new viewpoint of the room and not a pleasant viewpoint either. Wiping the dirt out of his eyes, Ice could another goblin and something else behind the small plateau directly north of the plateau with the rest of the Benders. That something else was a lizard(?) about 2 feet tall. It stood taller than a lizard and didn’t have a tail and seemed more muscular than any lizard Ice had ever seen. When he squinted trying to figure out what in the hell this thing was, it looked more like a pit bull than a lizard. A pit bull with scales. The mad scientist in this place seemed to have a fetish for crossbreeding things with lizards. The pit lizard bared its teeth and drooled when it saw Ice.
Linora moved up to the north edge of this plateau (I’ll have the map grids labeled in the next pic) and fired a bolt at G7 to help cover for Ice who was now laying in the dirt about 10 feet away from the goblin.
JohnM seems to have more issues with the crossbow than he had with his scimitar, but he managed to wing the goblin in the foreground (burned 3 action points, -5hp). After letting fly, he moved towards the next raised platform to the East (5 spaces puts me in the middle of the plank between the two).
Goblins (Def 16)
While he really wants to charge, JohnE goes with the game plan and plugs the little shits eye(G7) with a crossbow bolt. (Attk:24 Dmg:6)
Room Description – The lighter-colored areas are the remains of the original floor. Most of the room has been dug up and the tan areas are 10 to 15 feet below the level of the original floor. The brown connectors between the original sections of floor are wooden planks that are about a foot wide.