Freebird

After our heroes rested up from their brief trip to hell, they opened the next door. While they were glad to once again have the help of Carlo the Avenger, they had to leave the bard behind to mend a particularly nasty wound. Also, the Warlord Didymous got somehow stuck in the portal and didn’t appear until near the end of the fight. They found themselves high in the sky and confronting creatures made entirely out of solid atmosphere. They also found that there were invisible holes in their invisible platform. The wind-creatures blasted the heroes around the sky causing them to nearly fall to their doom a number of times. The monk was almost lost if not for the quick thinking Paladin. After they vanquished the air-men, they met their leader. The sky grew grey and large platforms made of solid cloud started to swirl around a great air elemental bound in chains. He caused lighting to slam into the heroes but their attacks did nothing to him. They started to break away the chains. After destroying the first chain, the air-elemental used his free arm to smash the party. The party then weakened the remaining chains and broke them all nearly simultaneously. The elemental briefly reared towards the party but was quickly torn apart by his tempestuous nature. The chains that imprisoned him also kept him alive in our world. As the monster was torn apart, a key was flung into the air. The monk jumped up for it and the world of air disappeared. The heroes found themselves again in the house and this time when they opened the door they found a small library. With their Bard healed up and another key in their pocket the move on towards the third door…

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