Age of Dagan

Festival at Oldhope
Skill Challenges

Mort the “Magician”

“Hello there, children.

Gather up, gather up! Mort the Magician, here to astound you
with an object that can disappear and re-appear at will!
Do you dare test fate? Do you think you have what it takes?
Will your eyes fool you, or can you find the ivory ball and win the gold?

You there! race, care to try your wits against Mort the Magician?

No? – … Humpf. Coward.
Yes?
Follow the ball, good sir, and riches will be bestowed upon you! It’s here! Is it here?
Is it there? Shuffling a good while Point out the ball!

Fail by over -5: Hah! Even the children are closer to finding it than you!
Fail: Better luck next time, good challenger! Care to try again?
Win: …are you suuuure it’s there? You dont want to guess again? Hmpf. Ok.
Shows the ball
Reluctantly slumps 5 gold onto the table.
Leans in Care to be told your fortune?

Cup challenge Cost: 1 gold, Reward: 5 gold, 10 xp.
Perception DC 15

Fortune telling: 5 gold
Complete nonesense.

Armwrestling competition
Opposing Str checks
Free beer for each round.
3 rounds.

Brett, Commoner, +0 str
Olfein, Farmer +2 str
Gertrude, Farmer, +2 str
Omara, City Guard, +3 str
Kanstel, large human prisoner, +4 str

50 gold for winner

Pie eating competition!

Constitution saving throws!
5 contestants

Gertrude +2 const
Olfein, +1 const
Humphrey, +4 const
Gideon +0 const

50 gold for winner

Acrobatics / Slight of hand

Steal as many pink hankerchiefs as you can in 5 tries

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The Old Shoe
Poisoned, Butcher, Hidden latch?

Tavern

  • Female half-elf named Ilara playing her flute in the courner
  • The tavern-keeper, Gerda and Ilara argue loudly, anding with Ilara shouting “I dont work for free, Gerda! Let me know when you have money.”
  • Two grown men sitting there drinking as well.
  • Little of value
  • 3d6 gc, 3d10 cp, 2d20 cc.
  • Dagger (1d4)
  • Meat Cleaver 1d8

Objective

  • PC objective: Enjoy their stay, get used to the world.
  • DM objective: Poison the fuckers and throw them in the cellar and chop them up for meat.

Conflict

  • Physical conflict: Pref. none. Can fight Kernel (Arm-wrestling as well?).
  • Look for a way out from the cellar. DC 10 on the Hatch lock, 10 hp. Will alert Kernel if they try to break it open.
  • Can find their items up in the room above. No windows. Metal door.
  • DC 15 spotting hidden latch in the cellar.
  • Intra-party (Between NPC’s)
  • Association (associate this part with something else they have an emotional attachment to)

Up-top fight?

Kernel the Butcher

After the fight:

Guards?

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