Aubrey the Malformed wrote:
. And the novella in the underground city where they are hired as bodyguards.
Quarmall is all ...
Lieber was my intro to comedic fantasy. I loved the fact that the characters were amoral and greedy, such a refreshing change of pace from the world-changing stuff Tolkien et al pumped out.
Ogiva the Nightbinder wrote:
The two sigh and Fafhrd speaks up
If that is what we need to do, then we shall. Come friend Mouser, let us see if we can uncover this tome.
The two depart to the cartographer's shop
Tristan the Waif wrote:
LOL they all is me -Monkey
Fafhrd and the Grey Mouser watch bemusedly as the goblins flee, but do not follow. They stride up to Tristan and Lk.
"Ho urchin, did those vagabond sprites do you any lasting injury?" The seven-foot tall red-haired barbarian says in a deep voice
Nailz the Backbitter wrote:
Missing, he backflips, but leaves an opening for opponents. LK gets the feeling the large goblin warrior is toying with him.[/i]
Fafhrd is quick to take advantage of any opening. He weilds his large greatsword with a surprising grace as he weaves a net of steel around the large goblin warrior
"Ho villian! Pups and tots are best left to their own devices! Come play with your peers!"
As the two heroes go out to discover what they can about this dark elf and the necklace, they come upon the goblin/Tristan/kiba fight
"What ho, creature? Would'st thou savage yon tot? Come, test your mettle on Graywand!"
Fafhrd unsheathes his greatsword, the ring of the steel echoing like a struck bell
The two heroes smile and make room for the large lycanthrope
Aye and welcome stranger! They cry in unison