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Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:
At the entrance to the Eyrie stumbles a man, who is carrying a huge obsidian sword. "I--I, D--Dral, re--re--request shelter fr--from she wh--who is kn--known a--as Ly--Lynor--Lynora, G-Goddess of B--bards!" He stammers. "I b--beg of y--you!" He seems rather shellshocked. "Otherwise I--I am a dead man!"

let's try this again

CH turns.

"Yes, you are a dead man."


In his current dazed state, is it even clear if Dral is saying that he's running to Lynora for protection, or away from her and seeking sanctuary?...


Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:
At the entrance to the Eyrie stumbles a man, who is carrying a huge obsidian sword. "I--I, D--Dral, re--re--request shelter fr--from she wh--who is kn--known a--as Ly--Lynor--Lynora, G-Goddess of B--bards!" He stammers. "I b--beg of y--you!" He seems rather shellshocked. "Otherwise I--I am a dead man!"

let's try this again

CH turns.

"Yes, you are a dead man."

"I have no magic. No power. Everything I have done for about 50 years is now useless. I bear you and yours no harm, and never have. Joek has killed my best friend, and it is clear to me that their leader is corrupt. I have no sympathies with them. The Goddess of Bards has never turned away those in need before! How can you do so now?"

/\He is coming to the Eyrie for protection.


Lilsa The Medium wrote:
She seems too distracted to really take in what he has said. "What? Oh--oh yes. Well, I need to go free the spirit. Where is teh Place of the Winds?"

"I can set that spirit 'free' once I'm done here. A broken tool isn't much use to anyone, is it?"


Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Lilsa The Medium wrote:
She seems too distracted to really take in what he has said. "What? Oh--oh yes. Well, I need to go free the spirit. Where is teh Place of the Winds?"
"I can set that spirit 'free' once I'm done here. A broken tool isn't much use to anyone, is it?"

"Oh, no." Lilsa says. "It has to be freed now. He's creating a dreadful imbalance, and spirits should never have to wait for their freedom."


Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:
Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:
At the entrance to the Eyrie stumbles a man, who is carrying a huge obsidian sword. "I--I, D--Dral, re--re--request shelter fr--from she wh--who is kn--known a--as Ly--Lynor--Lynora, G-Goddess of B--bards!" He stammers. "I b--beg of y--you!" He seems rather shellshocked. "Otherwise I--I am a dead man!"

let's try this again

CH turns.

"Yes, you are a dead man."

"I have no magic. No power. Everything I have done for about 50 years is now useless. I bear you and yours no harm, and never have. Joek has killed my best friend, and it is clear to me that their leader is corrupt. I have no sympathies with them. The Goddess of Bards has never turned away those in need before! How can you do so now?"

/\He is coming to the Eyrie for protection.

"I am not the Goddess. I am the father of a little girl. You thrust her protector away from her, and set upon her. There is a special place for people such as you. I'll take you there."


Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:
Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:
At the entrance to the Eyrie stumbles a man, who is carrying a huge obsidian sword. "I--I, D--Dral, re--re--request shelter fr--from she wh--who is kn--known a--as Ly--Lynor--Lynora, G-Goddess of B--bards!" He stammers. "I b--beg of y--you!" He seems rather shellshocked. "Otherwise I--I am a dead man!"

let's try this again

CH turns.

"Yes, you are a dead man."

"I have no magic. No power. Everything I have done for about 50 years is now useless. I bear you and yours no harm, and never have. Joek has killed my best friend, and it is clear to me that their leader is corrupt. I have no sympathies with them. The Goddess of Bards has never turned away those in need before! How can you do so now?"

/\He is coming to the Eyrie for protection.
"I am not the Goddess. I am the father of a little girl. You thrust her protector away from her, and set upon her. There is a special place for people such as you. I'll take you there."

"I do not think so. You would risk attack from those Servants up there." He points. "They do not know I am a traitor yet. Look, we followed orders. I regret it, truly. I did not know of the corruption, and I was a soldier: Mutiny was simply not done. If it was then the mutineers were instantly killed. No exceptions. My life, or a girl's capture? I regret that I chose the latter. We do not practice torture, I thought the worst that would happen was ransom. Now I am not sure. Please, let me in. I am a powerless old man who has made too many mistakes. Please, let me in."


Lilsa The Medium wrote:
Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Lilsa The Medium wrote:
She seems too distracted to really take in what he has said. "What? Oh--oh yes. Well, I need to go free the spirit. Where is teh Place of the Winds?"
"I can set that spirit 'free' once I'm done here. A broken tool isn't much use to anyone, is it?"
"Oh, no." Lilsa says. "It has to be freed now. He's creating a dreadful imbalance, and spirits should never have to wait for their freedom."

"Freedom isn't on the menu for Frogskin."


Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Lilsa The Medium wrote:
Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Lilsa The Medium wrote:
She seems too distracted to really take in what he has said. "What? Oh--oh yes. Well, I need to go free the spirit. Where is teh Place of the Winds?"
"I can set that spirit 'free' once I'm done here. A broken tool isn't much use to anyone, is it?"
"Oh, no." Lilsa says. "It has to be freed now. He's creating a dreadful imbalance, and spirits should never have to wait for their freedom."
"Freedom isn't on the menu for Frogskin."

"Why not?" She seems puzzled. "He was bound there by an undead spirit, perhaps you've heard of him? 'The Mask'. Anyways, he needs to be set free." She seems like she is barely listening to what JH is saying.


Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:
"I do not think so. You would risk attack from those Servants up there." He points. "They do not know I am a traitor yet. Look, we followed orders. I regret it, truly. I did not know of the corruption, and I was a soldier: Mutiny was simply not done. If it was then the mutineers were instantly killed. No exceptions. My life, or a girl's capture? I regret that I chose the latter. We do not practice torture, I thought the worst that would happen was ransom. Now I am not sure. Please, let me in. I am a powerless old man who has made too many mistakes. Please, let me in."

"Those Servants are afraid. Wisely so."

"Perhaps we should offer you up to them, since they are so powerful?"

"Kidnapping is a crime. Trying to kidnap my daughter is a crime punishable by death."


Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:
"I do not think so. You would risk attack from those Servants up there." He points. "They do not know I am a traitor yet. Look, we followed orders. I regret it, truly. I did not know of the corruption, and I was a soldier: Mutiny was simply not done. If it was then the mutineers were instantly killed. No exceptions. My life, or a girl's capture? I regret that I chose the latter. We do not practice torture, I thought the worst that would happen was ransom. Now I am not sure. Please, let me in. I am a powerless old man who has made too many mistakes. Please, let me in."

"Those Servants are afraid. Wisely so."

"Perhaps we should offer you up to them, since they are so powerful?"

"Kidnapping is a crime. Trying to kidnap my daughter is a crime punishable by death."

"It is punished by imprisonment, where I come from. I would appreciate it if you would stick to their example, rather than one of a war spirit. Even the Ch'acks had some wrong ideas. The Servants have more.

Warspirit, my friend has already been killed by the commander. We were killed because, disobeying orders, we went to warn you and your friends of the dangers of the Elements. Tarvek died helping you. Gods know what's happened to Stina. I know you have been lenient in the past, with Frost and the Yugoloths. they are evil. I am not. All I ask is to be allowed in until the Goddess can judge."


Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:

"It is punished by imprisonment, where I come from. I would appreciate it if you would stick to their example, rather than one of a war spirit. Even the Ch'acks had some wrong ideas. The Servants have more.

Warspirit, my friend has already been killed by the commander. We were killed because, disobeying orders, we went to warn you and your friends of the dangers of the Elements. Tarvek died helping you. Gods know what's happened to Stina. I know you have been lenient in the past, with Frost and the Yugoloths. they are evil. I am not. All I ask is to be allowed in until the Goddess can judge."

"Your friend died a fool. It pleased me to watch."

"The Ch'acks had no prisons. No need for them. It worked quite well."

"You seek to play on the sympathies of LJ, until your broken power is restored. I was against her gift of sanctuary. Now she has seen the price of it she will be loathe to grant it again. I can save her that worry."


Lilsa The Medium wrote:
"Why not?" She seems puzzled. "He was bound there by an undead spirit, perhaps you've heard of him? 'The Mask'. Anyways, he needs to be set free." She seems like she is barely listening to what JH is saying.

"He was discarded there by the Mask, his usefulness at an end. That 'usefulness' is why his afterlife shall be in Hell."


Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:

"It is punished by imprisonment, where I come from. I would appreciate it if you would stick to their example, rather than one of a war spirit. Even the Ch'acks had some wrong ideas. The Servants have more.

Warspirit, my friend has already been killed by the commander. We were killed because, disobeying orders, we went to warn you and your friends of the dangers of the Elements. Tarvek died helping you. Gods know what's happened to Stina. I know you have been lenient in the past, with Frost and the Yugoloths. they are evil. I am not. All I ask is to be allowed in until the Goddess can judge."

"Your friend died a fool. It pleased me to watch."

"The Ch'acks had no prisons. No need for them. It worked quite well."

"You seek to play on the symapthies of LJ, until your broken power is restored. I was against her gift of sanctuary. Now she has seen the price of it she will be loathe to grant it again. I can save her that worry."

The old man clenches his fists.

"Then I see what you are. You are a creature without true feeling, without remorse. I dub thee Deathgolem." He is silent for a moment. "I can only hope that the Goddess is otherwise." He pulls out a scroll, and intones words over it.
Lynora:
A glowing image appears before her, though it barely shows up beyond the bubble. It is the image of Dral, the one who attacked her daughter :Lynora. Goddess of Bards. I am your enemy, but not to my liking. I was ordered to capture your child and bring it back for ransom. I, as you know, made the attempt, along with my friends. I failed. Later, my friend, Stina, discovered something: Champions are not meant to last long. I thus left with my friends to warn each of the Champions left: KC, Aidan, and the Bard. Alas, my friend Tarvek came back to discover that our former lord Joek did not approve. He was killed. Later, I came, and lost all my magic in the process. I barely escaped alive. I now beg for sanctuary of any kind, even if it be a concrete cell. Otherwise, I am a dead man. I regret my ignorant actions, and now have no sympathies for the Servants. Please. I spent 50 years practicing magic. Now, I have nothing left."


Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Lilsa The Medium wrote:
"Why not?" She seems puzzled. "He was bound there by an undead spirit, perhaps you've heard of him? 'The Mask'. Anyways, he needs to be set free." She seems like she is barely listening to what JH is saying.
"He was discarded there by the Mask, his usefulness at an end. That 'usefulness' is why his afterlife shall be in Hell."

"Well, we have to free him. His spirit deserves its afterlife."


Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:
Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:

"It is punished by imprisonment, where I come from. I would appreciate it if you would stick to their example, rather than one of a war spirit. Even the Ch'acks had some wrong ideas. The Servants have more.

Warspirit, my friend has already been killed by the commander. We were killed because, disobeying orders, we went to warn you and your friends of the dangers of the Elements. Tarvek died helping you. Gods know what's happened to Stina. I know you have been lenient in the past, with Frost and the Yugoloths. they are evil. I am not. All I ask is to be allowed in until the Goddess can judge."

"Your friend died a fool. It pleased me to watch."

"The Ch'acks had no prisons. No need for them. It worked quite well."

"You seek to play on the symapthies of LJ, until your broken power is restored. I was against her gift of sanctuary. Now she has seen the price of it she will be loathe to grant it again. I can save her that worry."

The old man clenches his fists.

"Then I see what you are. You are a creature without true feeling, without remorse. I dub thee Deathgolem." He is silent for a moment. "I can only hope that the Goddess is otherwise." He pulls out a scroll, and intones words over it.
** spoiler omitted **...

"I might feel remorse. Later."

"A soldier would not be begging like this. In death your spirit will go freely to the Halls of Judgment. It might be, perhaps, the first real freedom you've tasted in a long time. If I thought you an eager participant I would drag your spirit to Hell myself. Stand for your actions, you coward."


Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:
Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:

"It is punished by imprisonment, where I come from. I would appreciate it if you would stick to their example, rather than one of a war spirit. Even the Ch'acks had some wrong ideas. The Servants have more.

Warspirit, my friend has already been killed by the commander. We were killed because, disobeying orders, we went to warn you and your friends of the dangers of the Elements. Tarvek died helping you. Gods know what's happened to Stina. I know you have been lenient in the past, with Frost and the Yugoloths. they are evil. I am not. All I ask is to be allowed in until the Goddess can judge."

"Your friend died a fool. It pleased me to watch."

"The Ch'acks had no prisons. No need for them. It worked quite well."

"You seek to play on the symapthies of LJ, until your broken power is restored. I was against her gift of sanctuary. Now she has seen the price of it she will be loathe to grant it again. I can save her that worry."

The old man clenches his fists.

"Then I see what you are. You are a creature without true feeling, without remorse. I dub thee Deathgolem." He is silent for a moment. "I can only hope that the Goddess is otherwise." He pulls out a scroll, and intones words over it.
** spoiler omitted **...

"I might feel remorse. Later."

"A soldier would not be begging like this. In death your spirit will go freely to the Halls of Judgment. It might be, perhaps, the first real freedom you've tasted in a long time. If I thought you an eager participant I would drag your spirit to Hell myself. Stand for your actions, you coward."

He is silent, his eyes glowing gold.


Meanwhile, up above, Kobold Cleaver is receiving a message. He thanks the messenger and reads the letter. He sighs sadly.
"A pity. I shall give them 10 minutes before I begin the search. They were loyal once, and perhaps they will come to their senses and turn themselves in."


Stina appears, glancing around. Kobold Cleaver sighs.
"Very well, then. Guards! After her!"


CH approaches the old man, drawing his hammer.

"I name you criminal. I name you coward. For your willing crimes against my family you will be executed. Be happy that I will not bind your soul. That small weakness I will allow myself."

"Combat, or simple execution? Or I could simply push you off the cliff and let the Servants have you."

The memory of Arielle's face as she recounted her story is fresh on his mind.


The old woman's eyes widen. She mounts her broomstick and speeds off, fleeing the army after her. She notices Dral and hesitates. then she comes to a decision. She dives down, and lands in front of Dral. "Halt, warspirit, lest I fire! I am Stina Coldblast!"


Somewhere along the lower edges of the Eyrie, Tristan watches in amazement and apprehension as the armored firebearer and the board-servants bring destruction to his new home.

Spoiler:
Detect Magic. What does he see in terms of magic?


Stina, Servant of the Board wrote:
The old woman's eyes widen. She mounts her broomstick and speeds off, fleeing the army after her. She notices Dral and hesitates. then she comes to a decision. She dives down, and lands in front of Dral. "Halt, warspirit, lest I fire! I am Stina Coldblast!"

Kobold Cleaver sees her land and sighs. This would be a long day.

"Servants, to me!" The assorted men and women fly down at Jack hammer, Stina and Dral.


Dral is still in a trance.


Stina looks, panicked, at the Servants. She looks at the golem. She fires a spell of slowness at the golem and grabs Dral. "Come on, Dral! We must get out of here!"


"Wha--Stina, I can't! They took my magic! I have nothing left!"


"What? That can't--come on!" She begins a spell of teleportation.


Stina, Servant of the Board wrote:
The old woman's eyes widen. She mounts her broomstick and speeds off, fleeing the army after her. She notices Dral and hesitates. then she comes to a decision. She dives down, and lands in front of Dral. "Halt, warspirit, lest I fire! I am Stina Coldblast!"

CH hurls his hammer at the chest of the old man, turning to the newcomer.

"I'm sorry, I wasn't paying attention."

"You are the 3rd I have named criminal. Your soul is marked. Are you here for punishment?"


Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Stina, Servant of the Board wrote:
The old woman's eyes widen. She mounts her broomstick and speeds off, fleeing the army after her. She notices Dral and hesitates. then she comes to a decision. She dives down, and lands in front of Dral. "Halt, warspirit, lest I fire! I am Stina Coldblast!"

CH hurls his hammer at the chest of the old man, turning to the newcomer.

"I'm sorry, I wasn't paying attention."

"You are the 3rd I have named criminal. Are you here for punishment?"

She screams as Dral collapses. The spell dies.

"I have committed no crime! Leave us be!"


Lynora:
Dral vanishes, with a look of terror on his face.


Stina, Servant of the Board wrote:
Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Stina, Servant of the Board wrote:
The old woman's eyes widen. She mounts her broomstick and speeds off, fleeing the army after her. She notices Dral and hesitates. then she comes to a decision. She dives down, and lands in front of Dral. "Halt, warspirit, lest I fire! I am Stina Coldblast!"

CH hurls his hammer at the chest of the old man, turning to the newcomer.

"I'm sorry, I wasn't paying attention."

"You are the 3rd I have named criminal. Your soul is marked. Are you here for punishment?"

She screams as Dral collapses.

"I have committed no crime! Leave us be!"

"I shall not banter this yet again."

His hammer returns to his hand. His form becomes black as night once again.


Dral stumbles up and points a shaky, bleeding finger at JH. "I...name you murderer! You act outside of the law! there is no true justice with thee! You act in blind vengeance, and that is not justice!"


Kobold Cleaver signals the Servants to halt. He watches the hammer warily.


Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:

** spoiler omitted **

Dral stumbles up and points a shaky, bleeding finger at JH. "I...name you murderer! You act outside of the law! there is no true justice with thee!"

"More like Executioner. By your own words you and your companions tried to kidnap my child. Your deaths are the blood price. That is my law."


Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:

** spoiler omitted **

Dral stumbles up and points a shaky, bleeding finger at JH. "I...name you murderer! You act outside of the law! there is no true justice with thee!"
"More like Executioner. By your own words you and your companions tried to kidnap my child. Your deaths are the blood price. That is my law."

"Your law...is evil! You are no executioner, you are the devil which kills for the smallest of crimes!"


Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:
Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:

** spoiler omitted **

Dral stumbles up and points a shaky, bleeding finger at JH. "I...name you murderer! You act outside of the law! there is no true justice with thee!"
"More like Executioner. By your own words you and your companions tried to kidnap my child. Your deaths are the blood price. That is my law."
"Your law...is evil! You are no executioner, you are the devil which kills for the smallest of crimes!"

"We can give you information! We demand a fair trial!" The old woman shouts.


Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:
Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:

** spoiler omitted **

Dral stumbles up and points a shaky, bleeding finger at JH. "I...name you murderer! You act outside of the law! there is no true justice with thee!"
"More like Executioner. By your own words you and your companions tried to kidnap my child. Your deaths are the blood price. That is my law."
"Your law...is evil! You are no executioner, you are the devil which kills for the smallest of crimes!"

"As small as a child?"

CH's ebony form walks over and crushes the man's head with his hammer.


Stina, Servant of the Board wrote:
Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:
Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:

** spoiler omitted **

Dral stumbles up and points a shaky, bleeding finger at JH. "I...name you murderer! You act outside of the law! there is no true justice with thee!"
"More like Executioner. By your own words you and your companions tried to kidnap my child. Your deaths are the blood price. That is my law."
"Your law...is evil! You are no executioner, you are the devil which kills for the smallest of crimes!"
"We can give you information! We demand a fair trial!" The old woman shouts.

"Fair? Another word you fools mock us with? Your partner confessed his intent. We have no prisons here. Serious crimes are dealt with serious punishment."


Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:
Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:

** spoiler omitted **

Dral stumbles up and points a shaky, bleeding finger at JH. "I...name you murderer! You act outside of the law! there is no true justice with thee!"
"More like Executioner. By your own words you and your companions tried to kidnap my child. Your deaths are the blood price. That is my law."
"Your law...is evil! You are no executioner, you are the devil which kills for the smallest of crimes!"

"As small as a child?"

CH's ebony form walks over and crushes the man's head with his hammer.

o.O

Umm...okay, I'm trying to see how this isn't godmoding. But so far no luck.


Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion Subscriber
Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
CH's ebony form walks over and crushes the man's head with his hammer.

WoW! Nice bit of drama. Remind me never to cross or double-cross Ch'ack Hammer


BluePigeon wrote:
Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
CH's ebony form walks over and crushes the man's head with his hammer.
WoW! Nice bit of drama. Remind me never to cross or double-cross Ch'ack Hammer

...

You know, that's my character he just unfairly killed. I thought the whole concept was that we got permission before killing each others' characters. Clearly I was mistaken.


BluePigeon wrote:
Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
CH's ebony form walks over and crushes the man's head with his hammer.
WoW! Nice bit of drama. Remind me never to cross or double-cross Ch'ack Hammer

Just a overprotective father


Kobold Cleaver wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:
Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
CH's ebony form walks over and crushes the man's head with his hammer.
WoW! Nice bit of drama. Remind me never to cross or double-cross Ch'ack Hammer

...

You know, that's my character he just unfairly killed. I thought the whole concept was that we got permission before killing each others' characters. Clearly I was mistaken.

Then steal the body and raise him. CH specifically didn't harm his soul. He was a fool to seek sanctuary and try to hide behind LJ's skirts. :(


...


Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Kobold Cleaver wrote:
...okay. I call Godmode on your, Emperor. Your personal story is over, it's time to respect other people's feelings now.

Godmodding? The fool stood there shielding himself with words as a man with a hammer approaches. No godmodding there, just a hammer of throwing.

Personal? Your characters attacked my character's child character. Should they hold hands now?

Okay, you're getting a bit too IC, Emperor. You're supposed to give everybody a chance to dodge.

I am going offline now. This is so incredibly unfair. HE ACTUALLY DID HAVE A SHIELD!
Stina, Servant of the Board wrote:
She dives down, and lands in front of Dral.
I am going offline now. You are being a jerk. You have gotten used to being the center of the story. But your personal quest is over. That is my character, and you have killed him without permission.

Lame. I threw the hammer and your guy stood there. No special powers, nothing. You ignored the choice to dodge, choosing instead to stand there again and have him whine. Two others of your characters stood there doing nothing after that, except Stina adding to the whining. So I walked over and shut him up. Pick up his carcass and raise it. As for center of attention - Look in a mirror.


He did not dodge the first blow. So you decide he doesn't dodge the second? You clearly don't have much imagination about the creativity of others.
You know what? Fine.

Stina gasps as she shes the body of her friend fall. She screams with rage and shrieks a spell. Jack Hammer feels his connection to this world fading...until he realizes that he is dead. Stina regards his corpse with disdain and fury. "I believe we are now even."
And now I choose to go. And do not disregard this, it is completely serious. After all, he couldn't dodge the slow spell, so he couldn't dodge this, either.


Stina, Servant of the Board wrote:

He did not dodge the first blow. So you decide he doesn't dodge the second? You clearly don't have much imagination about the creativity of others.

You know what? Fine.
Stina gasps as she shes the body of her friend fall. She screams with rage and shrieks a spell. Jack Hammer feels his connection to this world fading...until he realizes that he is dead. Stina regards his corpse with disdain and fury. "I believe we are now even."
And now I choose to go. And do not disregard this, it is completely serious. After all, he couldn't dodge the slow spell, so he couldn't dodge this, either.

Consider it disregarded


Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Stina, Servant of the Board wrote:

He did not dodge the first blow. So you decide he doesn't dodge the second? You clearly don't have much imagination about the creativity of others.

You know what? Fine.
Stina gasps as she shes the body of her friend fall. She screams with rage and shrieks a spell. Jack Hammer feels his connection to this world fading...until he realizes that he is dead. Stina regards his corpse with disdain and fury. "I believe we are now even."
And now I choose to go. And do not disregard this, it is completely serious. After all, he couldn't dodge the slow spell, so he couldn't dodge this, either.
Consider it disregarded

Consider your post disregarded as well, then.


Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Stina, Servant of the Board wrote:
Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:
Ch'ack Hammer wrote:
Dral, Servant of the Board wrote:

** spoiler omitted **

Dral stumbles up and points a shaky, bleeding finger at JH. "I...name you murderer! You act outside of the law! there is no true justice with thee!"
"More like Executioner. By your own words you and your companions tried to kidnap my child. Your deaths are the blood price. That is my law."
"Your law...is evil! You are no executioner, you are the devil which kills for the smallest of crimes!"
"We can give you information! We demand a fair trial!" The old woman shouts.
"Fair? Another word you fools mock us with? Your partner confessed his intent. We have no prisons here. Serious crimes are dealt with serious punishment."

"So you can't bear to wait for us to die? Kidnapping is not a hanging crime. Let us in. Let us wait for our deaths. We can give you information in the meantime. We know the location of Kobold Cleaver's home, of Joek, he who sent us, and he who has killed many more innocents than us. Then we can be killed. But let us in first."

And now I really do have to go. I think we've come to a fair compromise here: If you want to kill somebody, ask, first.


Ch'ack Hammer walks away.

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