D&D of Dreams

Kyou Kai's Diary (Day 5)
a slow day

Day 5

So apparently this guys forgot to revive me, now they all rolled down a chute, having fun killing wolves, and i’m left half dead.

Was bored, decided to drink a random vial in the most stylish ninja manner ever. Guys took care of pack of wolves. Hopefully we dine stew tonight ;)

Found a hidden stash of goblins… guys apparently wanted to negotiate something something, these guys all went in and killed everything before i could do much. well, not true, i got to miss numerous times to a goblin, finally punching him to death. barely.

I feel this last few days have been very productive overall to my internal growth. I can finally feel some of the ki as my masters taught me, hopefully i’ll learn to manage it in productive ways. Also, I’ve realized i can move a bit faster now, if unhindered, as i saw the expert assassins move… interesting.

We’ll need to experiment more

Kyou Kai's Diary (Day 4)
another fight, another death

Day 4

- Another day, another awesome flip jump! jumped over black and blue dudes, the latter, which for some reason was prone, made it look almost choreographed. sweet.

- Wacked another goblin in the head, went down in one hit. Might be growing out of goblins being a problem. Strength in training.

- Had 2 arrows thrown at me, dodged like a boss. ninja shrug

- Saw a angry wolf, tried to smack him but missed, i blame the awkward positioning between stalagnites, need to pay better attention to my surroundings.

- Dodged a wolf’s bite. ninja yawn

- A Huge owlbear (?) attacked me with the might of a thousand suns, i would’ve sworn i was dead but i was Lucky and dodged!
Mental note: Avoid guys named Klarg.

- Hit the damn wolf, this time for good, saw it briefly limp while i decided to move away but big owlbear swinged and hit me hard, i survived though!

- Wolf took a bite at me after i stumbled from Klargs hit, i passed out.

- mental note: wolfs are assholes.

so i finally get over my goblin trauma and now a wolf kills me?
i am definitely not ready to pursue my revenge on my ex-clan. Need to learn how to cook wolf-stew first.

Kyou Kai's Diary (Days 1-3)
Humble Beginnings

As seen on Kyou Kai’s Diary:

Scribbled around the first page: “Rock seekers has some pretty good happy hours”

- Day 1: killed on round one by 4 Goblins. should aspire for better performance in the coming days. Still no closer to the adventures id hoped for.

- Day 2: Zarvir didn’t let me get on the wagon even after almost dying on my first fight. This new comrades are cold…
- Phandalin seems dull, drinks ain’t so good.

- Day 3: Woke up drunk. Was walking with the crew and didn’t know why.

- Met some goblins on the forest, they managed to once again ambush us and they hit a couple of my friends. Old fears come to mind as my body freezes remembering how hard i was hit 2 days ago.
Must remember training.
Made a real awesome ninja jump into a platform.. finally all that ninja training paid off… then a half dead goblin wacks me hard in the head, of course. Luckily i react on time and hit back with a Lucky Shot. Killed him.

Goblins: 1.
Kyou Kai: 1

- Met more goblins in a dark lair. Haven’t gotten a chance to flex muscles again, can’t wait.

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