Growler House Notes
Curse of Baggy Nana
About a month ago you (Skåde, Urozar and Yortle) ventured into the swamp, found the ruins of Berez and fell victim to Baggy Nana while trying to free some goats. You are now haunted with horrific memories. The details are not clear (ravens cawing, spiders, screams and laughter). If you could, you would forget them entirely.
Somehow you are still alive, and your character gained these new traits:
Arachnophobia – whenever in the presence of spiders and/or spider webs, you gain the frightened condition. The condition can be removed by destroying the spider or moving to a place at least 15ft away, where you can no longer see it.
Fear of Baggy Nana – you do not want to see her again. All future saving throws against Baggy Nana are made at disadvantage. if you hear or see her, you automatically gain the “stunned” and “frightened” conditions. At the start of your next turn, you may attempt a DC 13 Wis Saving Throw to become unstunned. The fear can only be removed by destroying Baggy Nana or possibly with magic.
Portrait of Urozar
Painting featuring the paladin, Urozar, titled “Hero of Honeypuddle” Art critics have formed a wide variety of opinions: “I sense great vulnerability. A man-child crying out for love. An innocent orphan in the post-modern world.” “I see a parasite. A sexually depraved miscreant who is seeking only to gratify his basest and most immediate urges.” “His struggle is man’s struggle. He lifts my spirit.” “He is a loathsome, offensive brute. Yet, I can’t look away.” “He transcends time and space.” “He sickens me.”
“I love it.” – “Me too.”
Dated 2019 and signed by Kohla Reedwright, Honey Puddle artist and caricaturist whose pictures are upsold across the Sword Coast. Given as a gift to Urozar for protecting the artist from an unruly customer.