Clouds and stars was mostly what she'd seen for days. The pegasus had flown over oceans and seas, swamps and grasslands and mountain peaks. She had nestled with the chieftain of the Wemitowak on the Isle of Schallsea just two nights ago. She had bonded with the Wind Dancer in the Sentinel Mountains of Northern Ergoth, and climbed the Moon Steps. She had seen the World's Heart, and many other wonders of Krynn, even Storm's Keep. Now she dipped from the clouds to sail over the Plains of Dust, searching.
The magnificent horse with great white wings soared with proud grace. The magical beast was quite intelligent, as much so as the average man, it was spoken of in folklore.
The pegasus had formulated a plan the night prior, when she'd rested in the dust. In her search, she would fly in wider and wider spirals from her location.
Most of the day passed. Little lived in the Plains of Dust. The pegasus soon would feel the fatigue from flying all day. The sun would soon set on the western horizon over the barren landscape.
The pegasus glimpsed movement below her. A huge swath of dust had been disturbed, as if something lurked just beneath. Something slithered in the sand. For a moment, the pegasus had seen the scales of some beast. The scales had been an earthy tone of red, ochre, and ivory.
DM Stealth check d20+?= 19.
Peggy Perception d20+12= 20.
Peggy is like 150' over the thing she saw (does not currently see it, but can see the spot it was in). Whoowhoo!
The Red Condor shrieked at Sir Darvig in full wrath. Wings flapped storms of fire across the sky. "The Mage-God grows in power swifter than it appears to Paladine. This I know. A warning," Sargonnas told Darvigl, "for you to give to Paladine in your prayers."
“I will,” Darvig uttered.