Just as the party was absorbing what they had seen through the Eyes of Amato, they saw the Lich Lord turn to the invisible, demon-possessed bear and began a casting. The bear suddenly became visible. Far worse, the bear's demon-induced rage suddenly calmed and it walked slowly over to the Lich Lord, taking up a position defending the undead sorceror, completely in his thrall
The Horn had the effect of a Crumble spell and the horrific Bone Wheel collapsed with a shattering crash, nearly burying the party in a gruesome cascade.
With the bone wheel now destroyed, the Lich Lord flung a cauldron containing water from the Crystal Pool onto the magic gate. Soon, another nightmarish creature emerged from that dark dimension. However, the arcing energy of the gate ended with the last drops of the water. Realizing that the plan to bring more of these creatures to his aid had failed, the Lich Lord fled the room through a side door, ordering his minions to continue the fight against the hard-pressed party.
"Let's worry about that later, Firefly!" retorted Redmaine.
Roswith fell upon the last of the inter-dimensional creatures, hewing wildly with her magic sword. In a great flash, Roswith's mighty blow smashed the demon's corporeal body and sent it back from whence it came.
The party shouted, "Hail Roswith Demon-Bane!"
"O come on!" shouted An'varr in frustration.
With a grunt, the Summoner said they needed to follow the Lich Lord. Ril gave An'varr his magic Elven dagger that he had coated with demonic essence from the great Leviathan they had battled on the frozen river. An'varr knew that the dagger possessed the great destructive power of the Leviathan but using it could result in the utter destruction of his soul, eternally possessed by the Leviathan. Nonetheless, An'varr knew the Lich Lord must be stopped.
The party rushed through the short tunnel through which the Lich Lord had fled. They saw it came to the surface near a ruined manor house. The party made to the surface in time to see the Lich Lord with the aid of several human necromancers working a great magic. With an unaccountable din, the whole hillside on which the manor stood rose into the air.
As it did so, a terrible keening came from the necromancers. Soon, every undead creature within the sound of the call lumbered together under the floating mountain. It was an army of the undead of Frostgrave, marching now under the command of the Lich Lord.
The party had just enough time to seize hold of branches of several trees that had fallen when the mountain soared into the air. With difficulty they scrambled onto the floating cliff as it flew over the ruins. They soon realized they were heading South, towards the settlement of The Two Kings.
The party crept towards the Lich Lord and noticed he still had a small cask of the waters of the rustal pool at his side. The Lich Lord soon noticed them. He sent his two Wraith Knights against them.
A fierce battle ensued.
Emerick attempted to use the Horn of Destruction once more, to bring the manor ruins down on the Lick Lord's head.
However, he only succeed in bringing it down on Garamond who had gone into the ruins to get a shot at the Lich Lord. The agile Treasure Hunter avoided being burned in the crumble.
Ultimately, the party dispatched the two fearsome warriors. The Lich Lord then put the cask to his lips, drinking deeply the remaining magical waters. The undead sorcerer's body began to enlarge and change. Before them, the party saw, where once the Lich Lord stood, an enormous Frost Dragon spreading its great icy wings and drawing back it's breath.
Meanwhile, the crowd at The Two Kings observed with great shock the flying mountain and the army of the undead, supported by frost trolls, that was rapidly advancing towards them.
A great panic ensued as the inhabitants sought to escape the oncoming doom.
As the strains of this song reached the floating manor, An'varr threw his hands up and shouted, "Really!"
Sweetflower soon had a ragged line of defenders formed in front of the tavern.
Back on the floating mountain, the Lich Lord-turned-Frost-Dragon rose into the air. A great blast of black ice rushed from its mouth, striking down several members of the party. The ranger, Midgonn, was pushed back off the edge of the hill and plunged to his death.
Atlantia fell, her leg smashed by the blast of the dark ice. An'varr seeing this leapt onto the back of Greg the Bear, kicked the creature into a lumbering charge toward the hovering dragon.
He stood on the bear's back and then leapt onto the foot of the fearsome dragon. He plunged Ril's demon-cursed dagger into the dragon's foot and then dropped off into the snow below.
As the Two Kings inhabitants battled the undead, several trumpet calls range out. The Gudlub tribesmen, true to their promise of peace with An'varr came rushing to the outsiders' aid.
As An'varr lay back in the snow, he saw the spot where the dagger had struck begin to fold into itself. The dragon cried out in tortured horror and its great body was being collapsed into this alternate form of existence. Soon as small black ball, throbbing with a dangerous energy was hovering over the party. The floating mountain, no longer under the control of the Lich Lord-Dragon began to glide towards the earth. Most of the party jumped into the snow below, preferring the risk of falling.
Braanx the Rangifer chose to leap into the midst of a horde of zombies. He hacked with great force at the hated undead, his war cry echoing over the battlefield.
His cry was answered by dozens more, as the whole tribe of the Rangifers charged from the forest
They drove into the hordes of the undead wreaking destruction.
Then, the hover black ball burst in a huge explosion, a wave of magical energy engulfing the hillside. The wave cascaded over An'varr and Greg, the bear loyally using his bulk to shield his master. In a moment, An'varr realized what had happened when he struck the Lich Lord-Dragon with the Leviathan-imbued dagger. Bringing these two greater demons together, each strove to possess the other. Such a battle was waged across the dimensions, opening and closing portals numerous times in a split second. The power released in this battle caused the dimensions to fold over onto themselves, ultimately destroying both entities, at least insofar as they had manifested on this material plane.
Sweetflower order her bards to sing a charge and her ramshackle army of adventurers charged foward.
An'varr emerged from underneath the bear, calling out, "Did anyone see that? I destroyed the Lich Lord, I survived an interdimensional chain reaction, I live through a mountain falling from the sky! No one else but me could have done that!"
He heard a slight cough behind him. He turned to see Ril the Elf, who brushed back the single strand of hair that fallen out of place and said blandly, "Yes, I was right here for all of that. Very impressive, Firefly."
They looked to Atlantia who was unconscious, her leg a mangled mess. The rest of the party soon reached them. All save Midgonn had survived the fall. Despite magical healing, Atlantia's leg was permanently injured.
For the next few days, the party were the heroes of all Frostgrave, feted at The Two Kings. One day, however, the eyes of the inhabitants turned once more to the skies.
A strange airship approached from the South. It proved to be the famed Airboat of Armera, the great flying vessel of the Invisible School of Thaumaturgy.