The start of the exploration was quite uneventful. Lots of mushroom, mold and bats were found. Also a large amber statue looking towards a 50 feet drop in one part of the cave. By throwing a torch down there nothing of interest was seen. Mold and a moldy barrel. And some kind of spikes.
On the second day of exploration a pack of giant ferrets were found, two were killed and one ran off.
Further on Enea stepped on a trap and was paralyzed from the poison on it. While waiting for that to wear off Thorgrim and James scouted ahead, leaving the baroness in a heap behind them.
Further in the cave a bright light suddenly lit, causing Thorgrim and James to back off to Enea. The light moved towards them and a woman appeared with a floating light above her head and the last ferret by her leg.
She started to talk in Kueh to Thorgrim and later switched to low imperial.
Her name was Amagawa Tomi and it turned out she was a mage of sorts and hated the demon worshiping Kueh. So much that she at first had problems with the lamellar armor the adventurers wore. Thorgrim sacrificed his armor to her as goodwill, to be able to pass by her camp and to have her tell if the warhammer James had was magical. It was.
She was guarding a source of magic in the form of a fountain, she was also an artist and possibly an enchanter.
Past her camp she said there were orcs one way and other things the other way, the group went for the not orcs. Sadly. A great crystal cavern was found, with a light of its own. It was filled with spiderwebs. They were put to the torch and in the fire a green slime was killed.
When the fire had subsided a long dead spider was also found.
In the next corridor a large wet patch was found, it was moving uphill so Thorgrim shot at it, and it split in half. Now two wet patches were moving uphill. Next James ran in and hit one of the things with his hammer. But nothing happned.
Enea, James and Thorgrim then decided to kill it with fire. With torches out they smacked the thingies to death. And then they went home to the village.