Peebo catches the smell fully in his face as he tilts his head covering his mouth. Only he is to late as large chucks spew in between his fingers as he fails miserably to keep his meal down.
He stops briefly hoping the matter to be resolved as he starts yet again as tears fill his eyes.
Khan wills himself to overcome the stench just as he is able to overcome the adverse weather, his mental fortitude overwhelmed this hindrance as he rushes forward shield to the front with
The Story So Far
The Village of Red Briar
Red Briar resembled an armed camp, thanks to the War Chief, Swift Sword. He's convinced of an imminent attack from the Blood Axe tribe, the Over-Sea Folk, the now-disappeared Shadow Foot tribe, the Stone Home tribe in the mountains, or possibly neighboring Ashen Hand villages. He trust no one ... except Saddle, who humored him as long as possible.
Gray Cloud, the Peace Chief, acquiesces to Swift Sword's every
Updated 04-12-2009 at 12:19 PM by fmitchell
So in a panic, a cleric wakes us up (next session) at the church we were staying at. We were staying there, because the cleric we travel with is part of that church.
We get woken up and apparently the holy relic of the church was stolen. It was a golden bow and arrow and we had to find who stole it and bring them to justice.
APPARENTLY, our thief friend was the culprit. He had some debt to repay the assassin's guild (can't remember why) and that was his training.
Saval Bork scratched his back prior to finishing strapping on his full plate armour. The itch went away but he knew it would soon come back and would be extremely annoying; as he would be unable to get to it once the armour was finally donned. As the last piece was in place the itch arrived right on queue.
“I hope that wasn’t directed towards me”, said the bearded mage who stood in the doorway.
“No, never master!” came Saval’s instant reply.
Updated 01-20-2010 at 07:36 PM by cigamnogard
In the second part of the story the freedom fighters find out more about the Church of Church of St. Judith of Celibate Enlightenment which was housed in the decrepit Old Harpy Theatre.
The three attend a noon sermon in which they were separated from men and women (Sreiska given a veil) to hear Brother Gunther give a sermon of the evils of sex and fornication. The speech was very good, but unmoved were our determine warriors. During the private confessionals, Sreiska and Sylar
Updated 04-11-2009 at 01:48 PM by wizarddog
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