Thranduil has suffered from being shoved face first into a standing stone. (8 points of damage, all critical damage saved by his armour).
The soul ripping means that his Órë is now only 70% attached to his physical body. This means that any offensive action taken to separate one from the other now has only to achieve 70% of the result that it otherwise would have. He suffered –10 to his Constitution stat from the Eldrich’s attack.
The Eldrich’s broad sword crushed his veffoh. It is now scrap (or a decent second hand helmet for anyone with a cataclysmic dent in the back of their head). This stunned (concussed) him (for a long time) and did 24 points of damage. He successfully resisted the Eldrich’s Constitution draining attack. Ringing in the ears, blinding headaches, nothing any good ex-falliarochben shouldn’t be able to cope with.
The “burning” hand on his face did 8 points of (negative energy) damage and has left some nasty blisters and burn marks. This will fade over time, but for the rest of this adventuring session, bear in mind that you look like a burn victim with an obvious handprint on his face. He suffered –10 to his Constitution stat from the Eldrich’s attack.
Twice, he successfully resisted Forgileill’s Constitution draining attack.
The Claws of the Risen did 18 points of damage, knocked him over and set him bleeding (a lot). By the time the bleeding stops, he only has 10 concussion hits left. He suffered –5 to his Constitution stat from the Risen’s attack.
Kamilata was seared by a necromantic death ray. This has left a huge scorch mark down his rear right flank and burned him for 37 points of damage. The pain from this was quite debilitating (a good excuse for being roughed up by someone as slightly built as Forgileill), but suddenly ended when Pelyth Rhysslyr ceased to exist.
The cut on his right hand from the sacrificial knife where it effectively formed the stop, was only minor with most of the damage being taken by his magical gauntlet. This was the only attack made against him that did not stun him for at least one round.
Being thrown by Forgileill did only 12 points of damage. Once, he successfully resisted Forgileill’s Constitution draining attack and once he suffered –5 to his Constitution stat from her attack. However, the Claws of the Risen did 18 points of damage, knocked him over and set him bleeding (a lot). By the time the bleeding stops, he only has 10 concussion hits left.
The strike by the Eldrich with his broad sword did Tud 16 points of damage and winded (stunned) him. He was saved from evisceration by his Yicduroh, which is now unwearable, but could be repaired. He suffered –10 to his Constitution stat from the Eldrich’s attack.
He suffered from arcane ‘feedback’ when the death ray struck his (double power points) Entropic Shield. This caused him 6 points of damage from minor internal bleeding and will result in stomach cramps for about a week. Thaumatic burn out is a small price to pay compared to the alternative.
Getting close enough to throw oil and blasting powder over the Eldrich subjected Tud to 18 points of fire damage and also has singed nearly everything he owns. He successfully resisted the Eldrich’s Constitution draining attack.
Torendra was pushed through a briar patch. This did no lethal damage, due to it just being scratches and bruises. And she was wearing suitably rugged clothing. However the discomfort and annoyance is equal to 6 points of damage.
The soul ripping means that her soul is now only 70% attached to her physical body. This means that any offensive action taken to separate one from the other now has only to achieve 70% of the result that it otherwise would have. She suffered –10 to his Constitution stat from the Eldrich’s attack.
Being kicked in the ribs hard enough to launch her five meters onto a stone altar did 18 points of damage and broke five ribs. (-70 to almost anything). Landing hard on the cold stone altar and then rolling off to land on the floor did another 12 points of damage. She successfully resisted the Eldrich’s Constitution draining attack.
Being body slammed by Forgileill did 16 points of damage and left you with a jarred and bruised left shoulder (-40 to any action with that arm for a four days). She suffered –5 to her Constitution stat from Forgileill’s attack.
The heat from the explosion when Tud blew up the lich mostly covered you in soot and ignited the charge you were fitting to your firearm at the time. The exploding charge did you 7 points of blast/fire damage, singing your eyebrows. Lucky really. If you’d have closed the breech the charge would like as not still have gone off; then you’d have shot yourself in the leg.
Forgiliell cannot remember anything from after the moment immediately before she surrendered herself to Pelyth Rhysslyr. Forgiliell now feels fine within herself, she doesn’t appear to be wounded per se. Obviously she was under some kind of magical control but she’s alright now, everything’s back to normal. Honest. In her heart of hearts she does know that not all is well, but has no idea of the extent of her malaise.
Obviously something is very wrong. Thranduil does not trust her, Torendra appears to hate her and the other two look a little bit fearful.
By way of apparel she is wearing what was once an almost transparent (it’s wet) thigh length white kimono like dress (actually its underwear, but not as you know it). The wispy remains appear to be held up/in place by artistic licence. The weather isn’t that good, but it hasn’t made her feel cold yet.
The other stuff can be collected in a matter of minutes. The lavender ball gown is exquisite and suits her. The jewellery is beautiful and useful but the armour and weapons, although they are top notch kit, give her the shivers.