The man's screams lead me to a cave. When I went in, I saw a stone golem (also known as stone giant) had cornered a knight. There was a large bowl that contained jewels of various types. That must have been why the knight ventured in here in the first place. The thing that made me stop in my tracks was that the knight sported blue. That meant he must be of Mythronian allegiance! I knew that I must help him, as he was one of my own (for more information on The Hooded Rogue, click here).
Before I knew what I did, I threw my throwing torch at the golem. I regretted it because I knew it would alert the golem to my existence, and it wouldn't hurt the golem in any way. It happened as I expected it. When the torch hit, it when out. Thus, making it useless to me until I relight it. The golem turned around and glared at me.
I looked around the cave to see if there was anything that I could use to my advantage. I noticed a large battle hammer that might be able to hurt the golem so I ran over to grab it. Taking the advantage of the diversion, the knight took a jem, and ran out the cave.
I turned just in time to see the golem start to reach out to grab me. I ran under his legs just before he could grab me.I gave him the time to turn around so I could analyze him for any weak points. After he turned around, I realized that his only visible weakness was a crack going from above his eye, across his forehead, and above his other eye. I decided to attack him there.
I jumped, aimed for his forehead, and hit my mark. It seemed to do the trick because he gave a great bellow, and brought his hands up to his forehead in pain.
I hit him twice more on his forehead.
The last time I hit him, he died. I know because his eyes rolled up and his left arm fell off. I proceeded to survey the loot. I ended up burying it all near the cave because it was too much to carry the entire time