Chapter the Fifth ? Robots? In DnD? REALLY? Or Obligatory Doctor Who References; Or Welcome to Hell The ship of the undead scourge defeated, the pirates promptly scoured it for treasure, and paid the party a sizeable dividend. The pirates then rowed to the island. That?s right, they rowed. Just chalk it up to the raw inspirational power of David Hasselhoff. [image=http://i241.photobucket.com/albums/ff123/admittedlyhawken/david-hasselhoff-07.jpg] ?I don?t know about you, but I feel damn inspired. In any case, they arrived at the island and disembarked. Immediately, skill checks were made, and we haven?t even gotten to the skill challenge, yet. Our heroes are a somewhat predictable lot. In any case they set about navigating the dense jungles of the Isla De La Muerta, and noticed something rather curious. Dragons. Lots of them, all chromatic, and all flying around like they owned the place. ? Well, in all fairness, they probably did. But I digress? After a relatively uneventful three day trek, they arrived at a temple to the old gods. (?Old gods?? ?? I?ll explain later.?) They examined the columns that sat outside, revealing permanence magic. This will be important later, hint hint. Next, the party proceeded down a long corridor that eventually led to a barred door, which they kicked in. This triggered a multitude of traps. Buzzsaws sprang forth from the floor! The hallway started moving the party forward! The robots attacked! Wait? (The bard checked the script: ?The robots attacked! They cried out ?EXTERMINATE!? at the top of their mechanical lungs, save the one who missed the memo about impersonating Daleks and instead started shouting ?DELETE!? The other robots promptly chastised him? Who write this garbage?? Ramza cried a single tear.) So? they fought robots. Yeah. It was suspension of disbelief shattering. Eventually the robots were defeated. And then David Hasselhoff flexed his muscles, destroying the traps. ALL HAIL THE HOFF! TO BE CONTINUED? NOW!