Game Session: 9/23/2012
Ruined Keep of The Blood Marsh, Hampshire, England.
“No, these are for The Morrigan.” She placed her hand on the hilt of her dagger. “Besides, I don’t think it wise to give it what it wants.”
“We still have some goblin and orc in the cloth,” Sasha said as she pulled it from her pocket. Before anyone was able to protest, Sasha already had half the carcass out. The red and slimy being slithered over to the corpse and began to devour it. As it did, flesh began to slowly slide over the glistening muscle and blood.
“More!” it croaked as it finished off the goblin, bones and all.
Sasha complied with the sickening creature and tossed it an orc. The more the creature ate, the more it took a human form until it was finally finished. The creature stood before the party as a beautiful woman with black hair and pale skin.
She smiled at them and opened her arms wide. “What is your name?” Elora asked.
“I am known by many names, but you may call me, Lilith.”
Geddren cut straight to the point. “What can you do to help us get out of here safely?”
Lilith spoke softly, her words like a charm, “I am afraid that I am unable to help. I cannot leave this prison of stone.”
“Why not?” Elora asked.
“Allow me to show you.”
The group followed Lilith out of the caverns and into hallway before the stairway. She pointed to the strange writing on the wall and said calmly, “Those runes keep me imprisoned here. I am unable to leave nor escape.” Lilith then looked above, “the goblin, hobgoblin and orc army above is already gone. Abaddon has vanquished them.”
Geddren, being wise asked, “And why were you trapped down here?”
“Long ago, the lord of this castle was able to summon me and keep me placed in his pool. He trapped me to use as he wished and I have remained here ever since.”
“If we got you out of here,” Beldet began, “would you be able to help us with…”
“Abaddon,” Lilith completed. “If I was able to speak to him, yes. After all, it was I who give Kyrs the power to summon him to this plane.”
“Why did you have Kyrs summon him?” demanded Elora.
“To free me, of course, dear child,” Lilith smiled.