Dungeons & Dragons, Fantasy, Labyrinth Lord, Maps, Old School Essentials, OSE, OSR, RPG, Shrine, Temple, Tower
The five who watch stare forever at each other and at their guide, eternally lost wearing a stone blindfold. These six statues stand on the top level of this odd hexagonal tower-shrine, a weird mystery that is beyond even the greatest sages and legend lore magics.
But mysteries like this attract weirdos… and a number of cults have set themselves up here at one point or another. The current resident weirdos are “The Creed of Streksus” who have decorated all the statues with flowing blue ribbons and have blindfolded the five who watch so they appear as blind as the guide. All five full-time acolytes of the cult live on the second floor and are visited by initiates who make pilgrimages from nearby towns. The “Master of the Creed” is a sunburned and blindfolded old human who lives among the statues on the third floor.
All members of the Creed are minor sorcerers with the Master having the ability to cause a wave of blindness in a 30 foot radius about himself (a disk-shaped effect, 10 feet tall, 60 feet across) – all in the area must save vs spells or be blinded for 1d5+1 weeks.
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Jon Bupp said:
I really like this one!
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