Mummy's Mask

10 Reasons why Harkhuf is the group MVP

1. My abilities as an Undead Scourge are so awesome and well known that undead run in fear before we even show up. Thus explaining the lack of undead so far.

2. I have managed to not kill any of you heretical manlings or pointy eared bastards.

3. I killed a Bahir from the inside after it foolishly ate me.

4. Prior to being eaten by said Bahir, I made what can only be described as an epic and incredibly awesome dive down into the pit to kill it.


Bonus reason: My God is better than yours in every conceivable way.

The Growing List of why Marcus thinks Cehldais is a follower of Lamashtu
  1. He has a living, detachable TUMOR that can get up and do things for him. 
  2. He is known to vomit a large amount of spiders. 
  3. He has been known to communicate with evil creatures, such as gnolls and giant sand monsters.
  4. He was the only one that actually laid eyes on the Champion of Lamashtu before setting him free.
  5. Rumored to keep barrels filled with feces for 'recreational' purposes.
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