Speak, Frat Boy, and Enter
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While moseying (which is like sashaying, only with less of a lisp) through the maze of tunnels in the dwarven mine, you come across an eXtremely lost Orcish frat boy.
"Hey, bra." He says. "I brought a sorority orc in here to make out, y'know, but she totally ditched me and I can't find my way out! Can you help me?"
You agree to lead him to safety, reasoning that you haven't done your good deed for the day yet and you don't want another frat boy skeleton on your conscience. As you wind your way through the darkness, you hear someone playing the longest drum solo you've ever heard.
"Whoah." The frat boy says. "Drums in the deep... what do you suppose that is?"
"Be on your guard," you tell him. "There are older and fouler things than Orcs in the deep places of the world."
Of course, he takes offense at that comment and you end up having to throw down with him anyway. You make short work of him, there in the darkness, rifle his pockets, and make your way back to the surface alone.
|You gain 10 Strongness.|
|You gain 100 Meat.|
Occurred at Itznotyerzitz Mine.
- This adventure is filled with references to the book and film The Fellowship of the Ring.
- The name of the adventure is based on the phrase "Speak, friend, and enter", which is inscribed above the hidden entrance to the dwarven mines of Moria.
- "Drums in the deep" is a reference to "The Bridge of Khazad-dûm", Chapter 5 of Book 2 of Fellowship.
- "There are older and fouler things than Orcs in the deep places of the world" is a quote from Gandalf.