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am I the only one so far who found the snake instead of the fungus on day two?
am I the only one so far who found the snake instead of the fungus on day two?
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[b]Team Bloodbellow's Expedition Log Day 2[/b] [quote="Vryo's Log"] I regret this. So much. My only meal so far has been bat wings. I can't feel the tips of my feet. Visceral looks like he'll topple at any moment, and Starsign is still here. Anyways, back to actually logging this. We came across a thin tunnel that was coated in moss and fungi. My heart practically skipped a beat. I took the chance when I got it, so now I have some extra camo. Not that a murky green would help me much here, but it could come in handy. So halfway through the tunnel, Tweedle Red and Tweedle Purple started stumbling and leaning over a lot. I'm used to these kinds of spores, but I guess they aren't?? It kinda serves them right though. I dragged the two through the tunnel until it emptied out into a larger, baron one. The air was fresher, but it was cold and grey again. However, there were a couple of cool rocks, so it wasn't that bad. That's all for today. -Vryo [/quote]
Team Bloodbellow's Expedition Log
Day 2

Vryo's Log wrote:
I regret this. So much.

My only meal so far has been bat wings. I can't feel the tips of my feet. Visceral looks like he'll topple at any moment, and Starsign is still here.

Anyways, back to actually logging this. We came across a thin tunnel that was coated in moss and fungi. My heart practically skipped a beat. I took the chance when I got it, so now I have some extra camo. Not that a murky green would help me much here, but it could come in handy. So halfway through the tunnel, Tweedle Red and Tweedle Purple started stumbling and leaning over a lot. I'm used to these kinds of spores, but I guess they aren't?? It kinda serves them right though. I dragged the two through the tunnel until it emptied out into a larger, baron one. The air was fresher, but it was cold and grey again. However, there were a couple of cool rocks, so it wasn't that bad.

That's all for today.
-Vryo
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[center][size=6][font=Comic Sans MS][b]Logbook of the Vortex Squad[/b][/size][/font][/center] [center][url=https://www1.flightrising.com/forums/forga/2089268/18#post_25112117]Team[/url] | [url=https://www1.flightrising.com/forums/forga/2089268/56#post_25227466]Entry 1[/url] | Entry 2 | [url=https://www1.flightrising.com/forums/forga/2089268/85#post_25318701]Entry 3[/url] | [url=https://www1.flightrising.com/forums/forga/2089268/93#post_25412175]Entry 4[/url] | [url=https://www1.flightrising.com/forums/forga/2089268/96#post_25471355]Entry 5[/url] | [url=https://www1.flightrising.com/forums/forga/2089268/99#post_25525256]Entry 6[/url] | [url=https://www1.flightrising.com/forums/forga/2089268/105#post_25651575]Entry7[/url][/center] [indent][size=4][font=Lucida Console][b]Entry 2 - Unusual Botany[/b][/size] [font=Lucida Console][b]Date[/b]: Jan 26, 2017 [font=Lucida Console][b]Location[/b]: Down the Pit - Camp at the Sample Cavern[/indent] We awoke rested and figured this was as good a time as any to pack up and continue our journey. It took some time to gather all our belongings but we had all the time we needed, as there is no way in telling the exact time of day anyways. After, we spent hours wandering through the branching passageways, coated in a number of different species of plant and fungus. It was almost uncanny how much life was growing down here in these incredibly dark and phenomenally cold places. For [b]Aztec[/b], it was quite some paradise. He soon was all over these growing lifeforms, examining and studying them in close detail. Still, at some point he grew suspicious of it, telling us there was something not quite right about it. [columns][item=Dryad's Saddle] [nextcol][center][size=4][i]'These plants... they seem to be feeding off of this strange and unidentifiable powder. Look, it's all over the walls, and even in the air. And do you see how twisted and misshapen they've grown? This can't possibly be good for our lungs.'[/i][/center][/columns] What can I say... we did feel somehow nervous about it, but we are all strong and brave dragons! There was no way we'd turn from our way just because of some plants! And so we continued on... BAD mistake, as we got to know a little after... Suddenly, we all grew quite tired--starting to doze off while walking, yawning and rubbing our eyes. How could I forget those colors!! They got brighter, more distinct with every step taken and then... the world started spinninggggggg. One can imagine that such symptoms weren't a good sign. Luckily for us all, Aztec pulled a [b]trio of masks[/b] out of his[b] first aid kit[/b] and forced us to put them on. As we regained our wits, we wondered if maybe, just maybe, this was a bad idea. BUT, even though this place was clearly dangerous and these plants were clearly out to get us, we had already spent far too much time traveling through these passages to turn back now. Nope! We had to keep going: Stay strong, carry on! [columns][item=Nickel Ore] [nextcol][center][size=4]By some miracle, we eventually got to a large, open cavern. None of those plants in sight anywhere. The air here is clear to breathe again, and this place contains a number of interesting samples for us to collect. Aztec wouldn't stop running around having a look at every single one of those fascinating rocks and gemstones, along with the flora surrounding us.[/center] [nextcol][item=Smoky Quartz][/columns] We then set up our camp for the night and ate our meal. I'm currently logging our activities, the others already went to slept. It was a long day... hopefully, we are going to find ourselfs a sweet adventure tomorrow! Signed in one's own hand [indent][size=7][font=Monotype Corsiva]Loki[/indent]
Logbook of the Vortex Squad

Team | Entry 1 | Entry 2 | Entry 3 | Entry 4 | Entry 5 | Entry 6 | Entry7



Entry 2 - Unusual Botany
Date: Jan 26, 2017
Location: Down the Pit - Camp at the Sample Cavern


We awoke rested and figured this was as good a time as any to pack up and continue our journey. It took some time to gather all our belongings but we had all the time we needed, as there is no way in telling the exact time of day anyways.

After, we spent hours wandering through the branching passageways, coated in a number of different species of plant and fungus. It was almost uncanny how much life was growing down here in these incredibly dark and phenomenally cold places. For Aztec, it was quite some paradise. He soon was all over these growing lifeforms, examining and studying them in close detail. Still, at some point he grew suspicious of it, telling us there was something not quite right about it.
'These plants... they seem to be feeding off of this strange and unidentifiable powder. Look, it's all over the walls, and even in the air.
And do you see how twisted and misshapen they've grown?
This can't possibly be good for our lungs.'
What can I say... we did feel somehow nervous about it, but we are all strong and brave dragons! There was no way we'd turn from our way just because of some plants! And so we continued on...

BAD mistake, as we got to know a little after... Suddenly, we all grew quite tired--starting to doze off while walking, yawning and rubbing our eyes. How could I forget those colors!! They got brighter, more distinct with every step taken and then... the world started spinninggggggg.

One can imagine that such symptoms weren't a good sign. Luckily for us all, Aztec pulled a trio of masks out of his first aid kit and forced us to put them on. As we regained our wits, we wondered if maybe, just maybe, this was a bad idea.

BUT, even though this place was clearly dangerous and these plants were clearly out to get us, we had already spent far too much time traveling through these passages to turn back now. Nope! We had to keep going: Stay strong, carry on!

By some miracle, we eventually got to a large, open cavern. None of those plants in sight anywhere. The air here is clear to breathe again, and this place contains a number of interesting samples for us to collect. Aztec wouldn't stop running around having a look at every single one of those fascinating rocks and gemstones, along with the flora surrounding us.

We then set up our camp for the night and ate our meal. I'm currently logging our activities, the others already went to slept. It was a long day... hopefully, we are going to find ourselfs a sweet adventure tomorrow!


Signed in one's own hand
Loki
Dryad's Report
I suppose I'm a bit glad I was able to save their skins this time around. That was quite a strange poison we encountered. If it wasn't for the fact that it's poisonous, I'd collect a sample to examine. I forgot to bring enchanted vials, though.

Wispy's Report
OH STARS THIS WAS A BAD IDEA

Bane's Report
Oh. So even the plants want to kill us.
...I wanna back out.
Dryad's Report
I suppose I'm a bit glad I was able to save their skins this time around. That was quite a strange poison we encountered. If it wasn't for the fact that it's poisonous, I'd collect a sample to examine. I forgot to bring enchanted vials, though.

Wispy's Report
OH STARS THIS WAS A BAD IDEA

Bane's Report
Oh. So even the plants want to kill us.
...I wanna back out.
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[quote=Frost] Log 2: I suppose I forgot to write one the day before; must have been more tired from that flight than I thought. Long story short, we went into the caves, avoided some rocky terrain, flew down into a giant trench. Today, we avoided some suspicious plants that just screamed "unnatural" and currently camping in a large ice tunnel. Oh, and I somehow ended up the de facto leader of our merry band. Joy. Selnith says there might be a creature ahead, and so I guess I'll just have to wait for tomorrow for some exciting action.[/quote] [quote=Selnith] Log 1: Today we managed to discover several new plantlife I've never seen before. I've taken several samples of them and can't wait to get them back to my lab for testing. We did encounter some sort of plant fungus that was growing in abnormal conditions, and Frost recommended we turn back. I did, however, take a sample of it, for later investigation in safer conditions. Granite was a bit worried about that, but I reassured her that it was safely contained. I do know how to safely handle hazardous materials, after all. We found a different tunnel and continued down that one, rather than the fungus-covered tunnel and I suspect it might be a large tunnel dug out by some sort of ice creature, much like wood-boring insects I've seen before. We're currently camped in it for the night.[/quote] [quote=Granite] Log 2: I wonder if Selnith realizes he labelled his journal record wrong; it's only the second day and already he flubs it up. Although I suppose I forgot to write one the day before, so I'm just as bad as him. I am a bit worried at that odd fungus plant Selnith has stored in his bags, as it seemed suspicious to us all how it grew down here. However, ever the knowledge-seeker, he just [u]haaad[/u] to get a sample of it. I hope it doesn't blow up or climb out of its container and eat us all or something.[/quote]
Frost wrote:
Log 2:
I suppose I forgot to write one the day before; must have been more tired from that flight than I thought. Long story short, we went into the caves, avoided some rocky terrain, flew down into a giant trench. Today, we avoided some suspicious plants that just screamed "unnatural" and currently camping in a large ice tunnel. Oh, and I somehow ended up the de facto leader of our merry band. Joy. Selnith says there might be a creature ahead, and so I guess I'll just have to wait for tomorrow for some exciting action.
Selnith wrote:
Log 1:
Today we managed to discover several new plantlife I've never seen before. I've taken several samples of them and can't wait to get them back to my lab for testing. We did encounter some sort of plant fungus that was growing in abnormal conditions, and Frost recommended we turn back. I did, however, take a sample of it, for later investigation in safer conditions. Granite was a bit worried about that, but I reassured her that it was safely contained. I do know how to safely handle hazardous materials, after all.
We found a different tunnel and continued down that one, rather than the fungus-covered tunnel and I suspect it might be a large tunnel dug out by some sort of ice creature, much like wood-boring insects I've seen before. We're currently camped in it for the night.
Granite wrote:
Log 2:
I wonder if Selnith realizes he labelled his journal record wrong; it's only the second day and already he flubs it up. Although I suppose I forgot to write one the day before, so I'm just as bad as him. I am a bit worried at that odd fungus plant Selnith has stored in his bags, as it seemed suspicious to us all how it grew down here. However, ever the knowledge-seeker, he just haaad to get a sample of it. I hope it doesn't blow up or climb out of its container and eat us all or something.
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Log: Day Two
We awoke to darkness and an eerie sense of silence. The only sounds were the distant drip of water and the occasional flutter of bat wings. Uncertain of whether it was day or night, but feeling rested enough, we figured this was as good a time as any to pack up and continue our journey.

Amidst the piles of rock and rubble that filled this area of the trench, we noticed a dark grey vine poking out between a couple of boulders. Looking closer, it became clear that there were a number of flora-filled passages that had become blocked in a recent rockfall.

"These plants are really interesting," said Evoney. "We should take some samples." She got out her kit and did so.
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Thinking that these side passages might be the key to our success, Bilbo turned to the group and asked if he ought to attempt to move the rubble and clear the passages. With a resounding nod of approval, he lifted the boulders one by one, clearing out each passageway enough for us to pass.

Faced with a web of newly-opened tunnels, we decided to take down their locations and spend a bit of time walking along the main trench before following any of the side passages.

"Right, I'll get these passages cleared," said Bilbo. "At least I'm good for something," he joked.

"You're good for a lot of things, brother dear," said Evoney.

When they were cleared, the trio looked down each one, trying to decide on mere instinct which one to take.
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An hour passed and our team, bundled up in our winter gear, noticed a particularly cold breeze coming from above. As we looked up, our eyes were met with the eyes of a snow-white serpent nearing twice the length of the longest imperial. The creatured flicked its tongue and let out a slow hiss.

As the serpent approached, our team readied for the inevitable combat.

Bilbo, dodging the strikes of the terrible snake, took to the air and spun around the creature's head, distracting and disorienting it. Just moments later, he dove down, digging his teeth and claws into the creature's head. Flailing in desperation, the serpent attempted one last strike, just barely missing the snapper. It was then that Bilbo took her opportunity to deliver the final blow, eliminating his opponent.

"Bilbo, that was AMAZING!" Merlin squealed.

"Thanks," said Bilbo. "I'm starving! Is anyone else hungry?"
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Worn out from our fight with the serpent, we only walked for another couple of hours before choosing a rocky side passageway to rest in for the night. After making our camp and eating our meal, we logged our activities and slept.
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Log: Day Two
We awoke to darkness and an eerie sense of silence. The only sounds were the distant drip of water and the occasional flutter of bat wings. Uncertain of whether it was day or night, but feeling rested enough, we figured this was as good a time as any to pack up and continue our journey.

Amidst the piles of rock and rubble that filled this area of the trench, we noticed a dark grey vine poking out between a couple of boulders. Looking closer, it became clear that there were a number of flora-filled passages that had become blocked in a recent rockfall.

"These plants are really interesting," said Evoney. "We should take some samples." She got out her kit and did so.
Quote:
Thinking that these side passages might be the key to our success, Bilbo turned to the group and asked if he ought to attempt to move the rubble and clear the passages. With a resounding nod of approval, he lifted the boulders one by one, clearing out each passageway enough for us to pass.

Faced with a web of newly-opened tunnels, we decided to take down their locations and spend a bit of time walking along the main trench before following any of the side passages.

"Right, I'll get these passages cleared," said Bilbo. "At least I'm good for something," he joked.

"You're good for a lot of things, brother dear," said Evoney.

When they were cleared, the trio looked down each one, trying to decide on mere instinct which one to take.
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An hour passed and our team, bundled up in our winter gear, noticed a particularly cold breeze coming from above. As we looked up, our eyes were met with the eyes of a snow-white serpent nearing twice the length of the longest imperial. The creatured flicked its tongue and let out a slow hiss.

As the serpent approached, our team readied for the inevitable combat.

Bilbo, dodging the strikes of the terrible snake, took to the air and spun around the creature's head, distracting and disorienting it. Just moments later, he dove down, digging his teeth and claws into the creature's head. Flailing in desperation, the serpent attempted one last strike, just barely missing the snapper. It was then that Bilbo took her opportunity to deliver the final blow, eliminating his opponent.

"Bilbo, that was AMAZING!" Merlin squealed.

"Thanks," said Bilbo. "I'm starving! Is anyone else hungry?"
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Worn out from our fight with the serpent, we only walked for another couple of hours before choosing a rocky side passageway to rest in for the night. After making our camp and eating our meal, we logged our activities and slept.
Day 2: [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=25588942] [img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/255890/25588942.png[/img][/url][url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=2913509][img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/29136/2913509.png[/img][/url][url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=28016203][img]http://flightrising.com/rendern/avatars/280163/28016203.png[/img][/url] The team had woken up, packed their few essentials, then continued on their journey. The day seemed to stretch by as they traveled for what seemed like hours. RIverspash was observing the unusual plantlife growing in the tunnels. Mobie eyed the plants cautiously, but didn't stop Riversplash from poking around at the botany. "I have a bad feeling about this pliantlife," she said. "Plants shouldn't be growing this lively, especially in cold weather." Vidar shrugged. "I'm not bothered by the cold; I came from the Ice Flight, after all. Perhaps these plants have the same resistance as I do. You [i]may[/i] be right, on the other talon; we will go back to another path." He turned around. "I... don't remember how we came over here in first place." Mobie murmured. "No worries, I have studied the tunnels in maps back at the Clan," Riversplash chimed, tapping her head. "It's all in here." Vidar led the group, using Riversplash's knowledge of the tunnels. Soon enough, they came across a massive, peculiarly straight tunnel with rough, ice-coated sides. It measured perhaps 100 meters in width and an equal number in height. He stopped, and slowly turned around, realization sparking in his eyes. "Team? This tunnel... It appears to have been recently dug out. And whatever dug it, seems to have gone that way." "Strange," Riversplash mused. "What could have done so?" Mobie touched his head with a wingtip. "I wish to have knowledge of what beast this was, but I don't know." He sighed. "Maybe we should have brought Lily with us. She knows many of the Beastclans." Tired, the dragons settled in for the night. Riversplash came back with plants, which she shared with the others. That night, when the others had already drifted off to sleep, Riversplash was scribbling once again in her log.
Day 2:


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The team had woken up, packed their few essentials, then continued on their journey. The day seemed to stretch by as they traveled for what seemed like hours. RIverspash was observing the unusual plantlife growing in the tunnels. Mobie eyed the plants cautiously, but didn't stop Riversplash from poking around at the botany.

"I have a bad feeling about this pliantlife," she said. "Plants shouldn't be growing this lively, especially in cold weather."

Vidar shrugged. "I'm not bothered by the cold; I came from the Ice Flight, after all. Perhaps these plants have the same resistance as I do. You may be right, on the other talon; we will go back to another path." He turned around.

"I... don't remember how we came over here in first place." Mobie murmured.

"No worries, I have studied the tunnels in maps back at the Clan," Riversplash chimed, tapping her head. "It's all in here."

Vidar led the group, using Riversplash's knowledge of the tunnels. Soon enough, they came across a massive, peculiarly straight tunnel with rough, ice-coated sides. It measured perhaps 100 meters in width and an equal number in height. He stopped, and slowly turned around, realization sparking in his eyes. "Team? This tunnel... It appears to have been recently dug out. And whatever dug it, seems to have gone that way."

"Strange," Riversplash mused. "What could have done so?"

Mobie touched his head with a wingtip. "I wish to have knowledge of what beast this was, but I don't know." He sighed. "Maybe we should have brought Lily with us. She knows many of the Beastclans."

Tired, the dragons settled in for the night. Riversplash came back with plants, which she shared with the others.

That night, when the others had already drifted off to sleep, Riversplash was scribbling once again in her log.
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North, The Skydancer:

Here we camp again, as another span of adventuring has been completed. We had awoken from our sleep and decided to push on deeper into the cave. It was eerily quiet as we went down pathways that never seemed to end, and Emmie stomped along as if he owned the place. Is this how Tundras try to be impressive? I'll have to ask the lady once we start travelling again.

But that's not the important part of this journal. The important part is that I have to say that I'm sure everything in this cave wants us dead. The neverending passage had soon started to be lined with molds and fungi of all sorts (even some that I collected for their luminescent qualities), and we all started to become drowsy. I felt that the only way we were going to not fall asleep here was to place a protection spell on us. Emmie thought it was overkill, but as we soon saw from a skeleton that rested just before the path opened, I think I made the wise choice. Now my bag is starting to be weighed down with topaz and amethyst, while Emmie took the jaw of the skeleton and the lady set up the camp. I hope the Icewarden gives us mercy to survive this: after all, I am his child...

-North

Ariana, the Knight:

My feet grow weary from all this traveling, and I'm starting to wonder if North is genuinely gone mad. This cave seems to be filled with nothing but danger, as we learned yet again today. North led us today after our breakfast of tundra cactus and beetles, and the path was only illuminated by the lamp I had hooked to my neck like a collar. We collected a few samples here and there, but the path was mostly empty and quiet.....that was until the plants appeared. It was as if one had made a garden down in the cave and left it to rot, with the amount of mold that lined the walls and how odd it smelled. North, fearing for our safety as we all began to become weary, placed some sort of magic on us. And it was for a good cause, as I had spotted some toxic spore-producing plants at one point. We finally reached the end of the passage, I was assigned to build the camp while Emmie and North checked their growing collection. Somehow, Emmie had gotten the jawbone of some dragon, and I just hope that he didn't disturb the owner's spirit by grabbing it.

Emmie, the Adventurer:

North is a big worrywart, but I guess he isn't a complete idiot yet. He had woken us up and rushed us out to continue our adventure. We had gone down this dark path, that had been darker than any water caves I had ever been under. At least we had our lamp to shine a little bit of a glow. I had picked up a few rocks before I noticed that the path had transformed from something from an icy tundra to something that looked that straight out of the Virdian Labrynth. We admired the different varieties of plants as my eyes started to get heavy. North, worried that we would fall asleep, placed some magic on us, but I thought that we just needed a nap. Later though, Ariana explained that there had been some poisonous plants that I had not seen, and as I learned, neither did another explorer...though he wasn't as lucky as I. We saw the scrawny skeleton near the end of the passage, and I decided to take the jawbone of the skeleton, so I could take the teeth for my necklace as a souvenir, and take the other part of it to whatever place North would call the "end". At least the spirit of an adventurer should get to its destination...

-Emmie, the One and Only
North, The Skydancer:

Here we camp again, as another span of adventuring has been completed. We had awoken from our sleep and decided to push on deeper into the cave. It was eerily quiet as we went down pathways that never seemed to end, and Emmie stomped along as if he owned the place. Is this how Tundras try to be impressive? I'll have to ask the lady once we start travelling again.

But that's not the important part of this journal. The important part is that I have to say that I'm sure everything in this cave wants us dead. The neverending passage had soon started to be lined with molds and fungi of all sorts (even some that I collected for their luminescent qualities), and we all started to become drowsy. I felt that the only way we were going to not fall asleep here was to place a protection spell on us. Emmie thought it was overkill, but as we soon saw from a skeleton that rested just before the path opened, I think I made the wise choice. Now my bag is starting to be weighed down with topaz and amethyst, while Emmie took the jaw of the skeleton and the lady set up the camp. I hope the Icewarden gives us mercy to survive this: after all, I am his child...

-North

Ariana, the Knight:

My feet grow weary from all this traveling, and I'm starting to wonder if North is genuinely gone mad. This cave seems to be filled with nothing but danger, as we learned yet again today. North led us today after our breakfast of tundra cactus and beetles, and the path was only illuminated by the lamp I had hooked to my neck like a collar. We collected a few samples here and there, but the path was mostly empty and quiet.....that was until the plants appeared. It was as if one had made a garden down in the cave and left it to rot, with the amount of mold that lined the walls and how odd it smelled. North, fearing for our safety as we all began to become weary, placed some sort of magic on us. And it was for a good cause, as I had spotted some toxic spore-producing plants at one point. We finally reached the end of the passage, I was assigned to build the camp while Emmie and North checked their growing collection. Somehow, Emmie had gotten the jawbone of some dragon, and I just hope that he didn't disturb the owner's spirit by grabbing it.

Emmie, the Adventurer:

North is a big worrywart, but I guess he isn't a complete idiot yet. He had woken us up and rushed us out to continue our adventure. We had gone down this dark path, that had been darker than any water caves I had ever been under. At least we had our lamp to shine a little bit of a glow. I had picked up a few rocks before I noticed that the path had transformed from something from an icy tundra to something that looked that straight out of the Virdian Labrynth. We admired the different varieties of plants as my eyes started to get heavy. North, worried that we would fall asleep, placed some magic on us, but I thought that we just needed a nap. Later though, Ariana explained that there had been some poisonous plants that I had not seen, and as I learned, neither did another explorer...though he wasn't as lucky as I. We saw the scrawny skeleton near the end of the passage, and I decided to take the jawbone of the skeleton, so I could take the teeth for my necklace as a souvenir, and take the other part of it to whatever place North would call the "end". At least the spirit of an adventurer should get to its destination...

-Emmie, the One and Only
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@BlakeSMyth

Whaaat? Tell me about the snake, I got the fungus which seems to be pretty common.
@BlakeSMyth

Whaaat? Tell me about the snake, I got the fungus which seems to be pretty common.
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I am renaming my dergons to Team Stupidity, because despite every indication that something is a Bad Idea, Kitai has driven the group forward into more Bad Ideas.

After walking across the weakened floor we KNEW was unstable yesterday because we had to know what the shiny was and nearly falling to our deaths, we headed out along the tunnel we discovered. Fungus covered tunnels are clearly safe, right? Fortunately, Thomas is sensible and thought the sheer amount of fungus was bizarre for what was supposed to be an ice-covered cavern. Abbadon had bet they were feeding on bodies, but the tundra discovered the mushrooms were feeding on some sort of powder coating the tunnel and clogging the air.

So. Mysterious powder feeding abnormal amounts of fungi; bad right? We should turn around before we replace the fertilizer, right?
Wrong! That just means it's time to push forward! Kitai in her jaunty goggles is not intimidated by little pink plants and insisted they all move forward. Cue sleepy-time music and spinning colors worthy of a hatchling's mobile.

Fortunately, Thomas is also our healer, and cast a spell to keep the spores from dragging us into the cold-sleep-that-never-ends. We refused to be intimidated by plants now that we were properly protected and bulldozed our way forward. Thus, Team Wintersun made it to a large cavern mostly free of mycenic death to rest for the night. And we never did find out what that shiny was.

tl;dr: Kitai is queen of bad decisions and we owe our survival entirely to Thomas.
I am renaming my dergons to Team Stupidity, because despite every indication that something is a Bad Idea, Kitai has driven the group forward into more Bad Ideas.

After walking across the weakened floor we KNEW was unstable yesterday because we had to know what the shiny was and nearly falling to our deaths, we headed out along the tunnel we discovered. Fungus covered tunnels are clearly safe, right? Fortunately, Thomas is sensible and thought the sheer amount of fungus was bizarre for what was supposed to be an ice-covered cavern. Abbadon had bet they were feeding on bodies, but the tundra discovered the mushrooms were feeding on some sort of powder coating the tunnel and clogging the air.

So. Mysterious powder feeding abnormal amounts of fungi; bad right? We should turn around before we replace the fertilizer, right?
Wrong! That just means it's time to push forward! Kitai in her jaunty goggles is not intimidated by little pink plants and insisted they all move forward. Cue sleepy-time music and spinning colors worthy of a hatchling's mobile.

Fortunately, Thomas is also our healer, and cast a spell to keep the spores from dragging us into the cold-sleep-that-never-ends. We refused to be intimidated by plants now that we were properly protected and bulldozed our way forward. Thus, Team Wintersun made it to a large cavern mostly free of mycenic death to rest for the night. And we never did find out what that shiny was.

tl;dr: Kitai is queen of bad decisions and we owe our survival entirely to Thomas.
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