I'm super busy, so I can only hit the highlights, mainly for benefit of the next group visiting my dungeons
Two expeditions, each 11 or 12 men strong, entered the dungeons, one from the East Tower (a.k.a. the Gatehouse) and one from the West Tower. Lenny and Squiggy were not sighted.
Loose-lipped hirelings suggest that a previously unexplored level was accessed via both routes.
The level contained robed ghouls with a penchant for lighting torches, minotaurs playing Twister and spiders emerging from mirrors. The party sold a mirror along with some other ancient furniture and Twister is now a past-time for adventurers staying at the Abbey guesthouse.
Lankii the Elf is now waging a one elf war against the mocking crows that alight on the tower tops.
The grey mold seems harmless.
Operational instructions for a strange machine were found written in chalk in an out-of-the-way place.
A strange hatch was opened, draining a pool that had a rotting goblin corpse floating in it.
Frito the Halfling was killed messily by a ghoul and William of Didol had his throat cut open by a minotaur.
Frederick the Dwarf now sports a pair of Gauntlets of Ogre Power.
A carousing mishap involing a goat and the castellan's wife landed Lankii the Elf in the dungeons below nearby Castle Bouttreaux, but his elvish friend Vethusian (which I am horribly mispelling) was able to get him released.
Dungeons & Dragons & Philosophers: Part V
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