Grey Ravens and Black Bones

Sparrow performing 'The Jaberwock'
Sparrow performing 'The Jaberwock' for a crowd at The Enclave in Felmoor

One of the poems that Sparrow is well known for performing is The Jaberwock. The group had the pleasure of hearing him perform this at The Enclave in Felmoor not long before the Gimp Ninjas attacked.

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Gimp Ninjas Attack!
Priestess and Monks of Nerull attack the Enclave in Felmoor

A Plague Priestess of Nerull and two Death Monks attack the Enclave in Felmoor!

This is the list of exotic weaponry you find on their bodies:

  • Heavy Flail with Censer (capable of dispersing certain potions/substances) – value approx 150 sp
  • A pair of matching Kukri (long, curved knives – unsuitable for throwing, requires specific proficiency to use unless by a Monk) – 80 sp each (no more for the pair)
  • A double ended bladed chain (very fine chain like thin metal rope, also known as a liquid sword, requires specific proficiency to use unless by a Monk) – 250 sp
  • 30 eight-pointed Shuriken – 300sp total
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