Cladens Notes: Pleasing the Pangodigs

Context: Every Thursday(ish) I play D&D online (we're actually using the SWADE system for this campaign) with some friend. The setting is entirely homebrew (both DM and players worked to create the world before playing). I play an iron being (not a robot) known as an Ironing. His name is Claden and he is a Varaq, responsible for obtaining variables, measurements, metrics, and statistics of all sorts which he will input into the "great machine," an all knowing device. These are notes from Claden's perspective while we play.
  • We are in the molten core. We attempted the dance to sooth the core, but we were unsuccessful – and elementals emerge.
  • Ignus tells us to try the dance again… and fail
  • Finally on the third attempt, we’re able to satiate the elementals
  • House Magma Pulse have given us their support
  • House Gem Light is next. We head to the inn – the glimmering facet.
  • I run into pangodig and ask for a list of every book they’ve ever read – and they oblige. I have a list of the hundreds of books they’ve read
  • We need to Elder Opalwhisper — head of house gemlight
  • They share some information about emerald formation with us.
  • Apparently it is tradition to always have a task associated with getting approval
  • Under the city is a labrynth – and at the center, there is a gem that is unrivaled. It is guarded by crystal gollems.
  • The gollems are vulnerable to light.
  • I buy a buttload of caltrops. Because. I wanted to.
  • Plume purchases some chok
  • Next up — we’re going into the labrynth
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