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Subject: hah

I knew it was going to be ugly when the healers tried to lay hands on the afflicted. :-/

Apparently, the rat undead are just a nuisance at this point. Those ice skeletons, though, are bad news.

Posted on 2015-09-09 at 13:10:19.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Again
Subject: fall back?

There would be no end to the horrors, it would seem. Where once Arien would have never flinched, no matter the odds, he now felt melancholy weigh heavy on his soul. I'm getting too old for this, he mused.

These undead... Arien had never seen their like, though he had heard tales that spoke of frozen skeletons that bore black flames that would consume life itself. If these were the same creature from those tales, he despaired at the chances of his companions to live much longer.

"We must regroup," he called. "Hurry, friends - into the tunnel."

The knight well knew that they could be hurrying to their deaths - but the way the odds currently stood, if they remained here, the party would almost certainly meet that grim specter.

Posted on 2015-09-09 at 00:44:37.

Subject: I'm back

I'm back, no more nagging. Really.

Posted on 2015-09-09 at 00:30:31.

Subject: hah

I am entertained!

Posted on 2015-08-19 at 22:53:15.

Subject: no worries

We love you, we'll wait for you.

Heck, I've been awful for the past month, what with the new baby and all!

Posted on 2015-07-16 at 00:41:21.

Topic: Tumbleweeds, again
Subject: woo

Yay Gruggles!

I'm close to alive after the new baby...

Posted on 2015-07-16 at 00:40:37.

Topic: Happy Birthday Canada!
Subject: woo

Happy Canadian 4th of July, guys!

Yes, I'm a day late with my lame joke.

Posted on 2015-07-02 at 12:02:47.

Subject: hah

We will survive *this round*. That's all we know!

In case you didn't know, coming in late and all, Alacrity actually has a game mechanism he calls "I'm too pretty to die". It's basically a one-use, avoid death card you can play during the adventure. Nobody has had to use theirs yet - though my guy came very close on the very first encounter.

Of course, part of my attitude is a joke for Alacrity. I mean, yeah, we're all gonna die, but my hope is that said deaths will be more cinematically significant.

Also... here is (hopefully) where having a firebrand will come in handy. Or, could just lead to my knight's valiant death.

You know, one or the other.

Posted on 2015-06-10 at 23:16:49.

Subject: that's all, folks!

Well, we're dead. Nice knowing you guys!

Posted on 2015-06-10 at 10:58:45.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Again
Subject: pinned in

Try as they might, it would seem that the party would be unable to avoid traps, ambush, and deception. Indeed, it would seem that someone had thrown these ratmen to their deaths with the sole purpose of reusing them as so much canon fodder. Even in undeath, they should be no great threat... but they would continue to soak the spells and blows of the companions, and might score a lucky hit.

Arien had a terrible feeling that the enemy could afford to throw a vast array of attackers at the companions, while they themselves might slowly fall to attrition.

The knight shook his head to clear the maudlin thoughts. "Defensive formation!" he called. "They come on two fronts!"

For now, Arien would focus on the undead ratmen, for they were the more immediate threat, and the knight feared to leave a hole at the party's rear. However, he longed to engage the creatures of ice, for whom Liun'nair would sure prove to be a fearsome bane.

Either way, he mused, there will be chance enough for more battle than any sane man should care to stomach.

Posted on 2015-06-03 at 00:03:21.

Topic: Trilogy War Q/A
Subject: hah

Okay. I couldn't believe that it would end like that.

Posted on 2015-05-25 at 23:55:31.

Topic: Trilogy War Q/A
Subject: whoa

Hopefully, there is some kind of contingency spell, some involved god to give another chance, some "it was all a dream moment"... because that looks like a TPK, and the end of all that is good.


Posted on 2015-05-25 at 10:42:28.

Topic: my knitting creations epic and game knits
Subject: sweet!

The jellyfish is super cool!

Posted on 2015-05-17 at 23:20:39.

Topic: Hi again
Subject: dude

You're always part of this family. We'd love to see more of you, but regardless, it's great to see you whenever we can.

Two kids? Psh, rookie. I'm at six now.

Posted on 2015-05-17 at 23:20:09.

Topic: Diabolic Genesis Video Game
Subject: dude

I need to get the latest version!

Posted on 2015-05-17 at 00:56:28.

Topic: Duncan checkin' in
Subject: woo!

Duncan, the Dunc-man, the Dunkinmeister, the Dunkster, Duncan!

Posted on 2015-05-02 at 12:18:08.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Again
Subject: what else to do?

Arien frowns at the situation. The entire thing screams trap, ambush, death... but then again, what about this infernal place didn't?

Careful to give Maximus full leeway to act as a scout/trap springer, Arien followed at what felt like a judicious distance. Far enough to hopefully avoid being affected by any traps the thief might spring, but close enough to come to his comrade's aid in the event of an ambush.

OOC: sword and shield at the ready. As muscle, there's not much else for Arien to do at this point.

Posted on 2015-05-02 at 12:17:21.

Subject: meh

Scott played him as a pretty typical, gruff dwarven soldier. Kadrin is a general, so I'd guess he's something of a tactician... aside from that? I say you're golden.

Posted on 2015-04-30 at 17:03:26.

Subject: oi

I thought I posted the day of your last post? Was I dreaming?

It would seem pretty crappy if we just hang back and watch Maximus face whatever alone. That said, I think I need to see his reaction to know what Arien needs to do.

Does that make sense?

Posted on 2015-04-29 at 15:56:29.

Subject: heh

I'll have to think on this. Known traps, sprung traps, where are the new ones?

Posted on 2015-04-17 at 10:45:02.

Topic: What Evil Hides in the Hearts of Men - Q&A
Subject: well

I was holding on Vanadia and Brundel, but she's had a death n the family, so I'll NPC En'Aranthea for now... I'll do the same for Blair.

Has anyone heard from him?

Posted on 2015-04-06 at 22:44:52.

Topic: What Evil Hides in the Hearts of Men - Q&A
Subject: whoops

Sorry, Rae. I shouldn't have BCCed you on this round of posting reminders, since you have already posted. Mea culpa!

Posted on 2015-04-01 at 01:00:52.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Again
Subject: too easy

Wererats fell like so much chaff before the blades, bows, and spells of the companions. For some reason, the old battle exhilaration that Arien so often felt seemed to elude the knight this time around. Normally, he would have worn a fierce grin, but he found himself oddly somber as their foes proved so ineffective.

"Hold off on spells we may need later. We can finish the few survivors off in close combat."

Arien heard one of his companions offer up this advice, and he concurred. "Agreed," he spoke, ignoring the stench of immolated wererat. "They seem to be little threat to us. There is little use wasting resources we will surely need later. Be vigilant, in case there are other foeas at the ready."

The knight advanced cautiously, taking care to avoid the area of effect of the spells. This encounter had the feel of a distraction, and he wanted to be ready for the real threat.

Posted on 2015-03-31 at 15:49:41.

Topic: TPK as a Solution
Subject: hrm

I could totally see doing a TPK in that case, but I truly hate to derail things that badly. I would likely call a pause to the adventure if they didn't want to take things seriously.

Posted on 2015-03-30 at 17:04:41.

Topic: What Evil Hides in the Hearts of Men - Q&A
Subject: well, fudge

Posting continues to be slow and erratic... but we'll press on.

I'll likely move things along today or tomorrow, and send reminders to the non posters.

Posted on 2015-03-30 at 09:26:45.


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