The party finishes planning on how to take down Diotu with Avery and crews help. With Chaz delivering a set of manacles with Atte engraved on them directly to Atte and the party dropping a box of flesh from previous murders to Diotu with a forged Atte signature to accompany it.
Hopefully to incite a gang war between the two factions.
SEMI SUCCESSFUL AMBUSH
While meeting with Diotu to update him on who killed his men, the funky bunch saw an opportunity to take him out there. Although Diotu, for a second time, gave theme the slip. In a rush to get out of the sewers that had enemies swarming to protect their boss they found a Chimera that seemingly Diotu was trying to enslave or train to be a let. With quick thinking Rolan released the beast then used his shadow step to escape the mythical creature.
The party found an escape from the sewers next to a door at the end of the hallway, hastily Rolan opened the door to be met with an arcane explosive trap. While Randall secured the exit route the others entered the room to find a workshop of sorts and another door around the corner.
In the center of the work table lay a clear vase with a glowing blue liquid inside. Adrans desire to learn more of the arcane magics in the world grabbed the vase with the intent to take it and study it, only to vanish before the party. Hastily the others gathered what they could from the lab and made their escape as the Chimera had seemingly finished with Diotu’s men and set its eyes on the Funky Bunch.
Adrans vision goes black after touching the mysterious vase. Gravity seems to have no rules in this endless darkness. He no longer feels hungry or thirsty and uses these clues to search his memory as to what he has gotten himself into. Adran recounts a story his mother and father would tell him as a child. The story of Dolaz who when unable to face the outside world would retreat to magical items he created. Voids of darkness in an unknown plane. Dolaz had many of these items and the duration of time spent in the void was limited to the size of the object, ranging from a few minutes to days.