The plan for the pigeons is to keep them safe until we get time enough to write a note to attach to them so we might release them. I think we're just holding on to them for the present while we work to get back down the stairs to the courtyard with the others.
What Niketsu said. Plus, even with our huge stash of beginning cash, I don't think paper and pencil made it into Warrick's equipment. *facepalm*
[ooc]Also, a quick question: For classes like armsman and Dai'dore which give bonus combat feats, do you want us to keep to the specific feats listed in the WoT book, or do you allow any combat feat that could be taken by a 'fighter'?
combat feats taken by a fighter is allowable
as you rush into the central courtyard chasing the horses, your eyes are drawn towards the front gates. Wooden beams with the thickness of a horse are being clawed at; chunks of wood rain down upon the ground as the things tear and throw. a couple of creatures have climbed up and embedded their claws deep into the stonework above the massive iron hinges. Another pair of the things reach up and rend apart the flesh of their brethren. Shrieks and wails fill the air as the blood is spilled upon the iron; upon contact the blood hisses and steams, destroying the ironwork.
you see the four creatures begin to sprint towards the front gates. The large creature that lumbers forward appears to slowly pickup speed as well.
we have to leave, NOW Warrick states to Niketsu, as he urges her towards the door.
both niketsu and warrick, give me knowledge local checks dc 10
I have some bad news to impart. I will no longer be running this campaign. I have been struggling to keep myself involved in this campaign like i am in my other campaigns that i DM. This is not a knock against any of you; you all are awesome Roleplayers and have a great understanding of the feel for WOT setting.
The problem is with me.
I run the other games and after posting for those two games, i just kick back and think "ill do this one tomorrow", and days will pass before i get around to posting an update for this campaign. This is a disservice to you, the PC. You should be in a game that advances at a steady pace, not "oh, i should probably update this other game".
I wanted to thank you for your time. You all are a great bunch to play with.
That is a sad development, Rizzen. I have enjoyed this campaign. I must admit though, that I have not really felt this campaign the way the Combined Effort one resonates with me, but I will still be sad to see it go. That being said, don't let anything happen to that campaign, or I'll be cross.
Not sure if everyone in this campaign is in that one, but if not perhaps you could find a replacement for Teslin Sedai here.
I am sad to see this end. It did seem slow paced, but that hasn't really bothered me.
I like your GMing style, and if you need a replacement in another game I will happily step in.
That's certainly a bummer, but I feel you. If the game isn't doing it for you then it isn't worth continuing. At the very least this game helped tide me over until I got my hands on the latest book. Btw, it arrived in the mail the other day and it is amazing so far!