As the person playing the Dhampir Paladin, I can say I'm getting kind of into the idea. I think our group's going to be the Whip Fighter that tosses knives, axes, holy water, etc; Myself as the Undead Scourge paladin; Our Celestial Bloodline Sorcerer; Rogue/assassin sort of guy; and an Oracle of some sort. We're all getting into it. No Ghostbusters, though. Sorry. ;)
Liath Samathran wrote:
Oh, I had almost forgotten about this. Yes, I bet you guys were tired of shouting. I, however, had a spell to handle that kind of thing for me. Keeps my voice pristine in case I have to sing. Not that I -do-. I leave that for Vik and his fae friends.
Also, you seem to be a bit behind, Liath!
No joke, our game that he DM's is fantastic. I'd love to write up something about Jack, Bogs, Voh, Sars, and all
On the next page, in a different handwriting with more of a flourish to it.
I write this as our dear friend, Liath, was attacked while on watch. While the group was sleeping, he and Viktor were on watch shift. One of the dangers, you see, is the wildlife. A particularly angry, dog-like creature crept from the forest and attacked (Or so I'm told. Much to my shame, I was soundly sleeping and didn't rouse until the damage was done). Liath was struck down, not by sword and deed, but by a simple wild beast looking for easy prey. It found a bit more than it could take, as we felled it, but Liath had dropped into unconciousness. Poor guy, I felt terrible that it happened while I slept, but it cannot be helped as what's done is done.
We got Liath reclined as he'd dropped into a deep slumber, waking only occasionally. It was just before dawn when the foul deed happened, and I ordered a camp break at first light. We've created a litter for him and have started down the path back to the Trading Post to get him some medical attention. We've hours left to finish exploring this particular area, but it would be cruel to let our friend suffer. We'll have to return later to map out the area.
-Leopold Renault Orlavsky
Theodore Mist wrote:
Cowardly, but effective, Theo. Remember that part of it, not all of our enemies will attack us head on, one at a time. I guess what I'm saying is you really should be careful about all that running in first stuff that you do.