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Topic: NFL Football 2009
Subject: Vikings for Real?

As a life long Viking fan I must admit this team looks pretty good.

No, I don't think they won that game on Sunday, Baltimore lost it on the kick. But the Vikings did dominate the game for 80% of it. Then they totally lost the ability to tackle and had a coach with no clue about time management at the end of the game. (Oh, is that an old story.) But they did come out with the W. And Baltimore is a good team. And they are undefeated still. And they do look to have a good shot at domefield advatage.

Granted, seedings for the playoffs are a long way away and a couple of plays could have switched their recored to 4-2, but still, so far so good. (The defensive backfield is better than you think. Tackling, not coverage, was the problem Sunday. And I had actually been very impressed with the tackling up until then.)

Anyway, I think they have to stand out as one of the top teams so far. I hope so. But I will admit, at this point the Saints look better. The Vikings have won every game so far, but they haven't faced anyone as good as the Giants and they certainly haven't obliterated them. The Aints look mighty good at the moment. In the NFC at the moment I'd go 1. Saints 2. Vikings 3. Giants
But lets wait another 11 weeks to see.

Posted on 2009-10-19 at 18:59:30.

Topic: Haunted Highlands Q&A
Subject: What gives?

Have I missed something?

Where is Hammer? I know he travels, but I don't think we were warned of a delay this long. (Almost a month?) There were health issues in the family, but in the past Hammer has let people know what is up.

Hammer? Are you alive? Things ok?

Even more strange, not a single other game member has written anything? Are the others still out there waiting as I am?

This would be something like my 5th game on this site to simply die. That is getting a bit old.

Posted on 2009-10-19 at 02:09:11.

Topic: ... forth from the Garden... Q&A
Subject: The game is afoot

Sirion has posted.

I stopped the post at the point where the carpenter goes slack jawed under the assumption thatmathias probably had something to do with it and Sirion would probably see this. However, I don't know for sure what he would see if he was watching the kid closely so I can't write more.

Presumably he will follow the kid outside. He has two concerns: 1. Worried about the kid. 2. What the heck happened and how did it happen?

If Mathias is just gone, he would go outside - before the crowd since he sees the disappearance before anyone else. At that point he would probably run into the Prudencios and the others. He would want to talk to them.

Finally - I did not mention Rowena (gosh I hope I have that name right off the top of my head.) Sirion would have made sure she was alright before following the crowd. He would have been happy to have her join him as he ran to the town hall, but I didn't want to put anything in about another persons character when we haven't had a chance to talk about it.

Posted on 2009-10-16 at 19:33:50.

Topic: ... forth from the Garden...
Subject: Follow that mob!

Sirion barely managed to avoid getting trampled as the crowd stormed past and dragged the crying child off towards the town hall. By the time he had regained his feet most of the villagers were long past. He wanted to shout to them to stop, but it clearly would have done no good. He hadn’t been fast enough. This was exactly what he had feared would happen. What he knew would happen. And he hadn’t been quick enough to prevent it. What had happened? He still wanted to know. He was still afraid for the small, strange, boy that seemed to be at the center of this whirlwind.

Sirion quickly jumped to his feet and ran after the crowd towards the town hall. When he got there the people were still milling around unsure what to do. He wormed his way through the crowd attempting to get to the town elders. He knew the town would want blood – they were scared. But he also knew that . . . what did he actually know? Not much. And that was the problem. They were going to act before they knew anything. Did Mathias deserve punishment? Maybe. Maybe not. And for what? If he had killed Rico, how had he done it? Shortsighted violence would prevent their ever learning the truth and doom a poor, picked on kid to death.

Sirion attempted to reach the leaders but could not get through the crowd. He attempted a couple of time to yell at them to get their attention, again to no avail. In fact, as he thought about it, he was glad no one had heard his calls for patience. He certainly didn’t want the mob to turn on him. He didn’t understand the blood lust. He wanted to understand, not just lash out.

Frustrated in his attempts to speak with the town elders, Sirion began to work his way over towards the silent and slumped form of Mathias. He reached a crack in the crowd just in time to see the carpenter given guard duty on the small boy go slack jawed. One moment the man was sitting their attentive, and then the next the light was gone from his eyes.

(Sirion will follow Mathias, assuming he is leaving)

Posted on 2009-10-16 at 19:28:57.

Topic: NFL Football 2009
Subject: Vikings

I have been a Vikings fan for many years. I am not overly pleased about having Favre on the team as he will always be a Packer, but it is getting easier as the wins begin to pile up.

As for the Cowboys - can't stand 'em.

Posted on 2009-10-12 at 02:49:23.

Topic: Loaded Dice: Strip #21
Subject: Dragonblood NPCs

I would never want to assume an NPC is bad. Or at least that it would be good to kill them. Those might not be the same thing.

But I think I will need to keep Dragonblood's malicious NPC's in mind since he is running a game I'm in! That town is out to get me!

Posted on 2009-10-09 at 16:42:47.

Topic: Haunted Highlands Q&A
Subject: ??

Hammer - I'm hoping whatever has come up isn't too terrible. Any idea when we will be able to get things going again?

Posted on 2009-10-08 at 16:13:02.

Topic: ... forth from the Garden... Q&A
Subject: Looking forward to the post

I'm enjoying the game so far and thus looking forward to the post, but real life is, well, real life. What I do appreciate is the heads up - thanks for the posting with and indication of time and such.

Posted on 2009-10-05 at 11:38:36.

Topic: Haunted Highlands Q&A
Subject: Attack, attack, attack.

Ok, well, in the middle of combat I don't think there is a lot to post in detail. I will do so if I come up with anything. (Like a really cool song or design for a good steel toed boot)

For now though, I think there probably isn't much to say other than that Oliander continues to attack orcs. He will take out those close first, then move on to archers. For now he will leave the Shaman to others as his swords can only reach so far. He would typically leave behind unconscious and those bleeding to death to take out those who can still attack. Return to kill the unconscious when the danger is over.

Lookin' good so far.

Posted on 2009-09-21 at 18:00:33.

Topic: ... forth from the Garden... Q&A
Subject: Crowd control

Yeah, I kinda figured the town would be out to get the boy. It is sort of why Sirion is getting the parents (That should go over well!) and the kid in the semi-shelter of the school.

Posted on 2009-09-21 at 17:54:15.

Topic: ... forth from the Garden... Q&A
Subject: Try #3

Stupid connection!

Post up. Let me know if he is too active or needs to make room for the actions of others.

This post had better not disappear like the others!

Posted on 2009-09-21 at 16:47:58.

Topic: ... forth from the Garden...
Subject: The inexplicable

Sirion heard the screaming from where he was working in the tavern. He quickly joined the mad scramble of townsfolk who were headed in the direction of the school.

When he got there . . . he . . . didn’t know what to think. What had happened? The stench was palpable. He thought he recognized Rico in the burned mess. How?

“The weird kid attacked him!”

“Hit by lighting”

“From the kid!”

"Lightning? From the storm?"

“Rico attacked the boy!”


“…was beating him!”

Sirion had no idea what had destroyed Rico, but it didn’t take him long to figure out from the yells what events had led up to these circumstances. He had known Rico for a long time. In fact, in school Rico’s older brother had been a bully during Sirion’s school days. While the bullying had never been terrible for Sirion because he had always had Alfonso to fall back on and he and Alfonso had relatives who were major business owners, he still knew what it meant to be a bit different and smart. Bullying seemed to run in that family.

His heart immediately went out to young Mathias. But even as it did so, it skipped a beat. Certainly Rico had deserved something - punishment of some sort. Just as his older brother had deserved the plots he and Alfonso had constructed. But this? This frying? And HOW? He saw the young boy sobbing and his heart went out to him, yet . . .

He couldn’t help himself, as others stood around scared and yelling, Sirion stepped forwards and knelt down by the sobbing boy. He didn’t touch him. He carefully left a couple of feet between them. He didn’t know what had happened.

“Mathias. Relax Mathias. Did Rico attack you? What happened?”

The boy was crying, Sirion didn’t know what to do, but realized as he looked up at the crowd that was gathering that they might soon have a lynch mob on their hands. No matter what he had done, or how he had done it, he was just a boy . . .

He stood up. “Alfonso!”

His friend jumped at the sound of his name, but stepped forward instinctively. “Uh yeah. Should you be that close, Sir?” (Sir is pronounced Seer, not Sir. It is a shortened version of Sirion's name.)

“Run. Go get the Prudencios. They need to be here. They can help.” Seeing him hesitate, Sirion added hurriedly, “Go! Run! Get them!”

“The Prudencios? But, they’re his parents! What happened? They just hide out on that farm. Go near them? Now?! Is that . . .”

“Cat!” Sirion was disgusted with his friend at that moment and called to his sister, who quickly emerged from the crowd. “Quick, get Mathias parents. Let them know he is in trouble – something happened. Now. Run.”

Catalina looked frightened, but after only a moments hesitation, nodded and turned on her heels and sprinted towards the Prudencio farm. Sirion smiled after his sister. Alfonso seemed to know he had just failed some inner test and was staring at the ground.

Sirion turned back to the crying boy on the ground. “Mathias? Can you come with me? I think you should go inside the school. Can you do that?” He reached out to help the boy up, but hesitated, never quite touching him, before pulling his had back. He encouraged the boy to get up and go into the school.

Posted on 2009-09-21 at 16:36:51.

Topic: Haunted Highlands Q&A
Subject: Best wishes to the ill

Infections in the blood are never good. Best wishes for a speedy recovery.

On the far less important subject of the game, I posted for Oliander. Note - I didn't put anything in yet about the god. The choice seems like a very good one for Oliander, but I am not quite sure how I want to work it in yet. That shall come.

Posted on 2009-09-16 at 13:55:47.

Topic: Haunted Highlands
Subject: Of orcs, archers and steel toed boots!

Oliander braced for the onrushing orcs with blades drawn.
“Thwack!” and the orc about to swing its ax at him stumbled to the ground with an arrow embedded in his head. “Thwack!” and the next one staggered a bit with an arrow protruding from its arm. Well, Oliander would soon make sure it had worse wounds to worry about.

He’d have to remember to thank those sentries when he got the chance. He liked having archers at his back. They had been known to save more than one warriors life when there were just too many enemies to block them all. It did creep him out a bit thought to have them shooting towards him. But the sentries were shooting from above – a good vantage point to avoid accidents. As the two orcs staggered with their wounds Oliander noticed a flurry of crossbow bolts flying upwards towards the sentries. He didn’t have time to look and see if any had found their mark, he could only hope the palisade had provided enough cover to protect them. A second round of arrows would be helpful.

All these thoughts of archers sped through his mind as his blades flashed in attack. He would finish off the two wounded and then deal with whatever came next.

“ . . . a fine pair of steel toe boots too!”

What?! Was the gnome drunk?! He’d heard something about drinking in there. Did he really just yell out something about shoes??!! What was he going to do, chuck them at the orcs?! He liked the gnome, but as he planted his blade in the body of an orc he couldn’t help thinking that maybe this one was a bit strange, even if he was pretty good with that mace.

Posted on 2009-09-16 at 13:53:06.

Topic: Haunted Highlands Q&A
Subject: To worship a god . . .

. . . of which I know little to nothing.

I guess that could be about me or Oliander.

Is this a god that the character currently worships? So, Oliander sort of developed his understanding of the god with little to no guidance from clerics of that god? Or is it simply a god who looks out for him withwhom he has a special relationship, whether he realizes it or not?

I guess the question is (aside from which god? Edit: Ok, got that.) - how much does he know about this deity? Where would he have learned it? I would think given his background Oliander has a fairly big gap in his knowledge on this issue. Would he know to have the gem in his bow?

Anyway, I think you just posted so maybe another post is forthcoming to answer these questions without my need to ask. Let me know what you want. (God looks like a good choice.)

Posted on 2009-09-14 at 16:42:34.
Edited on 2009-09-14 at 16:45:07 by Nomad D2

Topic: ... forth from the Garden... Q&A
Subject: DM . . .which stands for Dragon Mistress

Didn't you answer your own question in the post?

You aren't a member of the game - or more exactly, your sister Brianna is not. And since you made your post on this Q&A thread under that log in I would assume you were under that log in on the game thread as well. DM could post there, but Brianna could not. Hmmm, I didn't know the site did that. Good idea, I guess.

Posted on 2009-09-14 at 12:46:57.

Topic: ... forth from the Garden... Q&A
Subject: Mares and posts

The post is up.

As for Mares - I have no doubt that a strong mare can tell her husband what to do . . . uhm, I mean . . .
Ok, just kidding. But on a battlefield full of stallions, which is what most knights ride, any mare, dominant or not, is likely to cause a disruption. If only as the other warriors attempt to restrain their competitive mounts.

Posted on 2009-09-14 at 02:17:27.

Topic: ... forth from the Garden...
Subject: Sept. 4th and 5th

Sept 4th.

The evening in the tavern was one of those Sirion most enjoyed - quiet enough that he and Alfonso could enjoy a relaxed game and chat while Cristobal sang, yet just busy enough that the busniess side of him could relax and know the tavern would remain viable. The best of both worlds in Sirion's mind - peace and prosperity.

The only annoyance for him was the quartet of young lovers. The people didn't really matter, he'd known them all his life, but rather seeing them completely sloshed left a slightly sour taste in his mouth. It wasn't a big deal, but he had never really liked seeing people embarass themselves. He did realize that it was a rather silly trait in a tavern keeper.

Sept 5th.

When Sirion woke the following morning the weather was the talk of the tavern. He couldn't have missed the oncoming storm if he had wanted.

It made for a busy day at the Weary Warrior. Storms were odd from a business point of view. Half of the town would likely stay huddled in their homes to wait it out. But the other half frequently crammed into the Warrior - looking for community in the face of nature's fury, it seemed.

For Sirion and the rest of the staff at the tavern what that meant was a busy day. There would be no ride with Alfonso today, not that there would be with the storm anyway. Everyone would be busy making sure the tavern had all the goods it needed for the evening and that everything was tied down for when the weather did hit.

Sirion, for example, went out to the stable to look after the animals while the weather held. As he worked he periodically looked up at the sky and scowled. He didn't like the look of things.

Posted on 2009-09-14 at 02:15:00.

Topic: ... forth from the Garden... Q&A
Subject: Sirion

FYI - I will try and get the post written soon, but it won't get posted until Sunday afternoon or evening - the next time I will be online. If you want to move on without it, ok. Otherwise I will post then.

Posted on 2009-09-11 at 20:42:38.

Topic: ... forth from the Garden... Q&A
Subject: Welcome Rowena

Nice background - you are young!

And . . . a mare for a warhorse?! You wouldn't find that in Europe! Just wait till the stallions on the battlefield get a whiff of that one!

Posted on 2009-09-09 at 22:49:13.

Topic: Haunted Highlands Q&A
Subject: Oliander

Oliander draws his two blades, positions himself as indicated with his back to the gate and "attacks the orc closest to him."

Posted on 2009-09-09 at 20:52:14.

Topic: Haunted Highlands Q&A
Subject: Oliander and Primes

Ok, I had Dexterity already identifed as his secondary attribute in the most recent post. So all I did was relabel strength to name it his prime attribute.

Is that all you wanted identified?

He gets 1 prime. 1 secondary. And that is it.

Posted on 2009-09-09 at 13:41:36.

Topic: Haunted Highlands Q&A
Subject: Oliander builds experience . . .

Ok, two posts are up.

You asked for the character post - I assume it was to have it in the game thread and not just here. It is primarily just a copy of what had already been posted on this thread, so don't bother rereading if you already read the history, nothing changed in that part.

I also added a post about the trip to Dirty's. Oliander had been feeling like a pretty plain character, but the more I write the more he seems to have a little flair and interest. I'm looking forward to getting things underway.

Posted on 2009-09-09 at 00:21:58.

Topic: Haunted Highlands
Subject: Oliander joins the caravan

Oliander was quite pleased with the arrangement with Adaf Adshead. He needed to get out of the South lands. There simply didn’t seem to be any real purpose in remaining, although he was loyal to his family. Remaining would only have increased the chances of his getting dragged into the ongoing wars. He saw no profit in that. No profit for himself and the general population anyway, whatever advantages various noble families might perceive.

So he left, and Adshead had provided the perfect opportunity. He even liked the ultimate destination. Although he had grown up in the lowlands of the South, he had greatly enjoyed the time he had spend in highlands. Indeed, as a ranger he would be inclined to say that he was called to highland forests. They were simply beautiful. Frequently stark, hard and unforgiving, but possessed of a wild beauty he appreciated.

One part of the deal did strike him as odd. Or perhaps odd was not the right word, maybe ironic? He was essentially fleeing a war – right into the arms of another conflict. But he went into this one willingly. Cautiously willingly, while admitting that there was much he did not yet know about this conflict. But when one side was lead by figures such as Yorgach the Ravager, an Orc-King of nasty reputation, it wasn’t hard to figure out where his loyalties should be. He would be careful with whatever human leaders sought to emerge from the war in power, but stopping Yorgach appeared to be a cause worthy of pursuit. And he needed something to pursue.

And so Oliander found himself in the company of the wagons heading into the hills. The human guards for the wagons appeared to be solid figures, strong and capable. He had encountered many such men in the wars to the South. They were good to have on your side, if a bit mercenary. Such a thought made Oliander chuckle quietly to himself as he was himself a mere mercenary in this business.

The special group of hired guards, his fellow mercenaries, was a very interesting group. Had they gathered together every solitary and wandering elf in the area? He left his human family behind for the present only to spend time with the other half of his lineage, it appeared. The idea intrigued him more than a little as he had spent very little time in the company of elves. He had never known his father, or anything about his father for that matter, and elves were rare in the area around the Turambar farms. He had always been proud of his elven heritage, but had really never known much of what that meant. The company of elves was an interesting, if perhaps a bit intimidating, opportunity.

Over the fires in the evening and on the ride during daylight hours Oliander conversed with his fellows as he attempted to get a feel for the elves. Regardless of the topic it was enlightening as Oliander found every answer full of depth. He felt he was coming to know himself as well as them.

Nordrog the Gnome was a special tonic for him. It pleased him to note that the gnome appeared to enjoy his company – using him as a way to get to know the elves, an idea that amused Oliander a great deal, as he suspected the gnome knew far more about elves than he did. Still, he was pleased to find a friend in the gnome. His ability to speak gnome came in handy as the two chatted. Indeed, Oliander had spent many days of his youth with the local gnomes and probably felt more comfortable in their company than he did in the company of either men or elves. In a group of strangers, Nordrog seemed to represent the “known.”

It was a good group with which to travel. The group earned their paychecks having to battle off occasional bandits and orcish raids. While none of the attacks proved deadly, to the group of wagons anyway, they did provide an opportunity for the small group of demi-humans to get to know each other and their abilities. By the time orcs appeared out of thin air near Dirty’s Roadhouse, Oliander had grown quite confident in the abilities of those with whom he travelled. As he drew his swords to defend himself and those around him, he knew from experience that his companions were doing likewise. He was confident in his new friends and confident that these orcs had made a big mistake.

Posted on 2009-09-09 at 00:16:12.

Topic: Haunted Highlands
Subject: Oliander Silver Eagle Turambar

Strength: 18 +3 (Prime attribute)
Dexterity: 17 +2 Half Elf Secondary Attribute
Constitution: 16 +2
Intelligence: 16 +2
Wisdom: 16 +2
Charisma: 10

Neutral Good
Languages: Common, Elf, Gnome, Halfling, Orc
½ Elf Ranger Modifier: +2 to mover silently and find traps.

Armor: Scalemail
Weapons: Longsword, shortsword, Composite Longbow (20 Arrows), 2 daggers
Typically fights with bothswords at once

Horse – an excellent riding horse (name = Tieglin) And tack.

Clothing and such: Typically Oliander wears working clothing. He has high leather boots that are hard on the bottom, but soft as they go up. He typically dresses in browns and greens as is fitting for a ranger, although browns dominate his current wardrobe. He has a brown cloak with a hood that he wears when the weather is inclement. He sometimes wears leather riding gloves – which are light and tight enough to be useful when wielding a weapon. One dagger is tucked in his right boot and the other is inside his shirt on the left side where his right hand can easily grab it in need.

Other goods: 2 weeks worth of food – dry goods meant to last a long time. Two water skins. 6 torches, 6 candles, flint and steel, small plain scroll with a small vial of ink and quill. Basic bedroll and cook kit. 50’ rope.

Character History:
Oliander Silvereagle Turambar comes from a well established ranching family in the Southern Lands. They are not actually noble themselves, although they own as much land as many noble families. They are an old family that primarily raises horses – riding, war and work – with a few cattle as well. Traditionally the Turambar family has served the Orsini family, a very honorable family that looked out for those under their protection.
For generations this situation worked to the advantage of both the Orsini and Turambar families, as well as others in the area. Within the Turambar family there was always a head of the household who led the family and held the lands. Additional family members frequently also worked on the family lands or went into various careers. Many of them were members of a group of rangers that protected the south lands from the various dangers from the Mountains to the North. Occasionally some members of the family have gone into wizardry. One, Beleg Turambar, became a notable Druid. (And for that reason was always referred to as the “green sheep” of the family.)
Oliander’s mother, Olivinia Turambar, was a ranger. On one of her missions she met and developed a relationship with an elf from lands to the West. The exact nature of the story is unclear, but what is known is that this elf died on the venture while saving Olivnia’s life and she returned alone, but pregnant with a half-elf child. That child was Oliander. Oliander was thus raised entirely by his human family and although his elven heritage is evident if he is closely examined, he is clearly of a human lineage.
Oliander has no complaints about his childhood on the ranch as he was consistently treated very well, even after his mother failed to return from an expedition into the Mountains when he was still quite young. Yet, despite this, he never quite fit in with the family even as he was proud of his human heritage and family. He had many cousins on the ranch who were friendly, but developed at a faster pace than did Oliander. Simply put, he never quite fit in with any specific generation. In truth, his best friends came from a village of gnomes that made their homes on Orsini lands. Oliander spent many days hanging out with these gnomes and became a familiar site in their village. (Note: After the fall of the Orsini in the Civil Wars this group will move further North into more wild lands looking for a place to call home. They were not destroyed but moved voluntarily.)
Unfortunately the Orsini were drawn into the civil wars that ravaged the South Lands. They did not wish to participate, but as is so frequently true in such conflicts remaining neutral was considered by all sides as helping the enemy. Unwillingly, they were drawn into the ongoing conflict. Despite their best efforts (and the aid of the Rangers from the North who frequently supported the Orsini) the Orsini family was overthrown during year seven of these wars. The Turambar family was hit hard by this loss as they had actively supported the Orsini. Several members of the family died during the wars. The family still holds their traditional lands but now they are subject to a new overlord – the Tfallon family. As warring noble families go the Tfallon are not bad. They are no more evil than any other family, but are as caught up in the Civil Wars and the drive for power associated with them as any other family. The Turambar family has promised support to the Tfallon as the only way of keeping their lands. Financial support and horses, but not military aid, although there is much concern that such will be demanded of them eventually. For now the Tfallon family accepts this situation because the family is strong and is able to provide a vital resource during the wars – horses.
Oliander followed his mother into the Rangers. He fought for the Orsini with other members of his family. With their fall, however, he saw no need to continue his participation in these wars. He wished to protect the civilized lands, but didn’t see contributing to a Civil War as aiding in that endeavor. He no longer saw a faction worthy of his support. His goal is still to protect those who can’t defend themselves and the “good” in civilization, but he is a bit unsure just where his calling should take him. Certainly not all people who live in a civilization are civilized. For this reason he has left the group of rangers he first trained with and set out in search of his mission.
The possibility to act as a guard for the caravan of iron into the hills seemed to him to be a very good opportunity to leave the South Lands behind him and go where help would be needed.

Posted on 2009-09-08 at 23:30:31.
Edited on 2009-09-09 at 13:39:22 by Nomad D2


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