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The Witch

Irivis's page

350 posts. Alias of Rev Rosey.


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Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"Doing my best. I don't think this thing knows how to reverse."

Irivis backs her crodlu awkwardly back down the path to make way for the weapon wielders. A well phrased curse forms in her mind.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Darn, that's annoying. I'd forgotten about Crodlu speed when I was placing Irivis. Yes please, I'll take the shift and move back, if I can.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

H/I-12/13

For the purposes of curses, do flocks count as one enemy?


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Init: 1d20 ⇒ 5

Cursing quietly, Irivis makes her usual stately preparations for battle.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Irivis rides closer, waving her staff as a deterrent and possibly hoping for a roast kestrekel dinner as well.

I'm assuming pretty much anything in Athas can be turned into a meal of some kind - witness the kestrekels themselves.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Back. Connection issues. Irivis never had a crodlu, so she'll buy one before we attempt to hire ourselves out. I guess anyone can ride one?

Perception 1d20 + 4 ⇒ (6) + 4 = 10

Too concerned with wondering what the Templars are hiding, Irivis is entirely unaware of the birds until Jareen points them out.

"We're on point, let's go and find out."


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Ugh. Still on strange laptop that elected to re-set everything and lock me out of my own email account. Thanks, technology.

Irivis shops for food, healing fruit and whatever passes for support bandages on Athas. Her eyes take on a fanatic's gleam at the prospect of teaching Arakan to read.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Furio has built in race-memory going for him. That's Irivis's theory.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Enchanted that Arakan has at least one other foe worthy of his steel, Irivis nods emphatically.

"That oasis sounds good. Have we got enough kit to get there alive?"


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"Back to home sweet home. It's amazing how little I've missed it."


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"Not in the middle of a town then."


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Nature 1d20 + 2 ⇒ (2) + 2 = 4

Irivis shrugs, completely out of ideas. And knowledge.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Slight absence due to computer fan breaking and it taking a couple of days to persuade son to let me use the laptop that works.

Nature: 1d20 + 4 ⇒ (12) + 4 = 16
Sreetwise: 1d20 + 10 ⇒ (14) + 10 = 24

"Unless this event is hours away, we've probably got time to find someone who knows more about the moons than us. I've heard of Cromlin. No idea how long it would take us to get there though."


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"They were performing a ritual using slaves as fuel. It looked like this."

Irivis sketches the ritual circles on the ground with her staff.

link


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"Let's cut to the chase. What do you know about toga-wearing elf defilers?"

Irivis doesn't even bother to look at Arakan.

"I'm not happy with defiling. If you are, then this conversation if probably going to end very messily."


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"We were concentrating on staying alive. It's a habit of ours."

Irivis stops snarling long enough to think and adds, "Do you or your sister know who was hiring those guards?"


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

It was over two years ago - doing a bit of swift re-reading.

Patiently, Irivis goes over the little they know.

"A sky rock fell. This much is true and known. What is not known is why it appeared. A pyreen of the siltrunners claimed to have called it down. That may or may not be true. He had some skill with the spirits. If your people have not returned, then they are gone, like many others."


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"Arakan, it was a big rock falling. It's hardly a state secret," snaps Irivis.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"There was a sky rock. We saw it. I can't speak for the spirits, but it made a lot of people scream. Very briefly. If one of those things ever hits a town, all you'll see is a hole in the ground."


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46
Aubrey the Demented/Malformed wrote:
They're ALL idiot quests.

True. But Irivis doesn't know that. She's so innocent in some ways.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Irivis swears silently and looks sidelong at her companions.

That's all we need. A drug-raddled elf who's going to send us on some idiot quest.

"Sirril, I presume. We heard you deal in the unusual."


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"Details?"

Diplomacy 1d20 + 5 ⇒ (17) + 5 = 22


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Irivis doesn't speak Elvish, but she does know her Arakan. She looks inscrutably over her veil, doing her best to look as if she understands perfectly and is not yet prepared to speak.

Bluff 1d20 + 12 ⇒ (4) + 12 = 16


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Irivis nods and heads in, hoping that at least one of Gart, Furio or T'Kal may decide to appear as backup.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Irivis keeps her head down and mutters quietly to the others. read the spoiler above folks. She adds, "It sounds as if Sirril may be tricky. Let's try not to make too many mistakes here."


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"How sweet of you to wait for me."

Irivis joins Arakan looking benign. "Shall we go elf-hunting?"


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Been finishing PGCE and getting key talks in assorted local prisons. Hence comparative silence.

Irivis nods at Safier's suggestion. "That would work. There are enough of us. Before we leave, we might want to check on a little rumour I heard about some demented elf."

Then she heads off for her own bath, from which she emerges smelling unusually fragrant.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Irivis thinks longingly of a bath.

"Can we find somewhere to sleep with fewer bugs? I'd hate to waste the money and time on getting clean otherwise."

EDIT

She give some thought to finding supplies as well.

Streetwise 1d20 + 10 ⇒ (18) + 10 = 28
Now she rolls well. Ah well, it may come in handy.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Definitely fancy upgrading either rod or armour of possibly buying an amulet to make Irivis a little less like wet tissue.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Buy supplies, trade in anything rubbishy in favour of anything better (not sure what we can afford or who needs stuff most). Get on road to Tyr.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Irivis tries to think. Can she, or can she not remember anything about this shop?

Streetwise: 1d20 + 10 ⇒ (3) + 10 = 13
Probably not.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Irivis casts her mind back to the last time she saw Tyr - or rather it's dark walls as she slipped slowly into the night. It's not a pretty memory. Going back wasn't really a problem, but it makes her a little uneasy.

On the other hand, everywhere makes me uneasy.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"I do not like defilers."

It's the closest thing anyone has ever heard from Irivis that might be a creed of sorts.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"Yes."


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Before becoming completely sidetracked by the prospect of Furio and water engaging in a life or death struggle for supremacy, Irivis drags her attention back to their employers.

"You now know all that we know. We have proven trustworthy, I believe. Is there anything more we should know about Hedriann, the loyal sons or the friends from within the wind? We'll be more useful to you if we don't accidentally blunder on affairs that are nothing to do with us and might hamper you."

Unspoken, because she's sure Arakan will raise the issue (and do it more successfully), is the question of further work and more pay.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"Safer for who?"


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"Apart from Furio who is testing cleanliness as a lifestyle choice. I may also have a bath. But not," she adds carefully, "in the same place or at the same time."


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Irivis listens intently.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"Simple when you know how." Irivis mentally stores away the ritual, but is quite unable to help with the new question.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Irivis moves to the table.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Irivis keeps her face well hidden. She knows it's pure superstition, but she can't help feeling the orb may have some sense of imminent destruction and doesn't want to attract it's attention.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Dunno why not. Furio, Gart, Arakan and Th'Kal would make an awesome Barbershop quartet. Jareen conducting, Irivis and Safier just watching from the wings.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Irivis does some rapid mental calculation and gives a small nod of satisfaction. If the orb is the kind of artifact everyone seems to think it is, the payment will be very good indeed. Calculations courtesy of discussion thread and her own arcane training.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Irivis watches as Arakan's mixture of arrogance and sublime eyebrow control work their magic.

"Now would be good." she confirms.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

Irivis eases her way up the stairs, staying well to the back of the group.


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"Straight upstairs I think."


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

*nods agreement* to both statements


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"I've always found a well placed staff between someone else's toes starts things off nicely."


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"Let's give it a try. After all, we can always resort to violence."


Female Human Warlock 4 (Sorcerer King, Wildling) HP 46/46

"He does have his uses."

Irivis nibbles another locust.

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