I've deliberately not written up our Barrowmaze delves in order to prevent spoilers for other players, but I might change that (without giving too much away!).
With a 1st Level Elf's hit-points being determined by 1d6 roll, death is far from an unlikely possibility for poor B'loxi. Frankly, I surprised that he's lasted so long. It's always advisable to have a secondary character rolled up in Labyrinth Lord, and Ranwald (a human fighter) is mine. LL also allows for PCs to write up a will, and our GM for transfer of knowledge if an in-game method can be shown.
The Brazen StrumpetHelix
My Old Comrade in Arms
As I told you I would, I have returned to Helix now that the annual flooding of the Barrowmaze has subsided. I hope that this, my second season here, will be as profitable as the last.
We were lucky enough to be the first party to delve into the Maze this year and returned with a good haul of loot. Yet, as ever, the cost was in blood. Ren, my companion from last year fell in combat with the undead creatures that always seek to thwart us. I am sure that there is a Directing Influence behind some of their actions (as you know, I believe the Barrowmaze to be much more than it seems). We left his body as that Cleric of Hexadron would have wanted us to have - stripped of his equipment and arranged in as cubic a form as possible.
Ren's death has affected me. If he, who introduced me to the Maze, could fall so easily I must make arrangements in case of my own death. I wish you to join us. In my half-dozen delves into the Barrowmaze we have only scratched the surface: there is so more more yet to find, and many more riches to recover (I still hope to find the motherlode of magical items). I do not want my explorations to be in vain or my notes to be peddled-off by some surviving hireling.
So I send you a copy of my Map and the Notes thereon. I will keep you up-to-date until you join us. In two days I return to the Barrows. If I should be killed there, delvers' custom is that the possessions with me shall be divided between the Party. But, I also have a substantial deposit with what passes as a bank here (The Rosy Quartz Jeweler and Moneylender). I have instructed the owner - a pompous Halfling named H.R.R. Huffenpuff - that in the case of my death it should be transferred to you (after his exorbitant fee). Dealing with Huffenpuff will give you a good idea of the sort of people who populate Helix!
Hopefully these arrangements are unnecessary and we will share a bottle and one of your mushroom risottos soon! May King Shroom bless you.