Team 11 only scored 1/3 against Igneous and received the customary, "I scorn you!"
An advisor had already described the bottle label as "poison", not "potion", but now the dungeoneer failed to notice the mistake.
Treguard emphasised that they should examine
the objects twice
after this, but his advice went unheeded....
Would they have changed their selection, even if they had noticed the error?
There were arguments for&against the potion bottle and the humbug jar. Team 7 took the potion and possibly shouldn't have done so. Team 9 used the empty jar of humbugs to get past the troll. (Admittedly team 11 should have had no prior knowledge of these quests.)
Bribed Olaf with the gold.
Could they have used the humbugs to get past Olaf and then paid Lillith's "toll" with some gold? The empty humbug jar worked against the troll for team 9, and team 8 used an empty honey jar to distract Olaf in a similar way.
Another great sequence with Lillith. Altho they were doomed anyway, he didn't improve matters by demanding, "I want the laugh!" rather than asking her politely. Loved her Lady Bracknell style reaction: "Hummmmmm-bugs!".
If you wanna be picky, how could she see that the jar was empty from the other side of the causeway?
There's no doubt about it tho, a dungeoneer demise in Lillith's cavern was always enjoyable.
"I have no time for boys from Ash. So crumble ledge and boulders crash!"
Great send-off from Treguard: "If you can't read labels, then you can't read the writing on the wall."
Team 12 seemed a little hesitant at first, but quickly gained their confidence.
Folly was back on good form in the kitchen.
They did ok against Igneous with 2/3, and got a very helpful clue. Quickly worked-out how to use & carry the talisman of invisibility.