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Topic: Escape From Castle Rautenberg
Subject: No time to waste


Luke ran to the window when the noise interrupted his chat with Miss Hoffstetter. He saw the sky turn an unnatural colour and cursed under his breath.

Are we too late? he asked himself.

Then, turning to the lady, he silently requested her patience with an apologetic look, and called his men.

“Alright men! Everybody get into the house, and we’ll talk business. Somebody just turned up the volume. I don’t know what is happening out there, but we better move fast.”

They did a quick recon of the items found in the house, to see what was usable and what wasn’t.

“Ok, looks like we’ve got enough clothes to make everybody look German enough. We take the car and get a little closer to the castle. If we’re stopped, or questioned, we are German soldiers escorting Miss Hoffstetter and her entourage to Rautenberg. Let’s go people. Hurry up!”

He turned back to Miss Hoffstetter and grinned.

“I really hope you are on our side, lady. For your own sake as much as ours. You can explain yourself further on the way.”


Posted on 2011-01-12 at 16:23:50.

Topic: Demon Wind Recruitment
Subject: wow


I didn't even know DM was continuing Elessarae in this game. I should lurk more.

Posted on 2011-01-12 at 16:07:00.

Topic: Hello All
Subject: heh


It's been some time since a new member took the time to announce her/himself. So applaud for you on the way!!

Welcome to the inn. We hope you'll have a great stay here.

Posted on 2011-01-11 at 17:36:04.

Topic: Loaded Dice #67: Let's Get Out of Here!
Subject: pointing fingers


That finger pointing at the viewer in frame 3 is great. That is one of the hardest things to draw, in my opinion, and you nailed it!

Posted on 2011-01-07 at 21:29:43.

Topic: Escape From Castle Rautenberg
Subject: alright, here goes


“Miss Hofstetter? Pleased to meet you.” Luke said. “Our business as American soldiers in Germany should be quite clear. We’re not here to enjoy the German mountains and search for Edelweiss.”

He hesitated. Could he trust this woman? She had some kind of business in the Castle, and they would need her help. But he felt reluctant to tell her what their mission really was. On the other hand, if she was going to play them in any way the damage would be done. She knew of their presence. It would be better to tell her and anticipate a deception than beating around the bush and ending up confused.

“We’ve learned the Castle houses weapons of mass destruction; bombs that would be able to destroy whatever enemy the Germans have, including my home land. Now I know that most people don’t like a war, and I can tell you that I’d rather not see any more people die if unnecessary. So, you understand, we cannot allow those weapons to be completed.”

He was going to leave it at that, but his curiosity was triggered.

“What was your business at the Castle?"


Posted on 2011-01-07 at 11:04:29.

Topic: baby name
Subject: #5? wow


Congratulations!

That being said, I would vote against Tanis. I like it as a name for a fantasy character, but as a teacher I know that kids don't always understand names, and would make fun of a name that sounds the same as Tennis. (even though I would pronounce the name as Tah-nis).

Now, Tasselhoff... there's nothing holding you back on that one.

Posted on 2011-01-07 at 10:50:49.

Topic: Happy New Year!
Subject: ok then


Gamble: Dopey Bow Fours!!

Posted on 2011-01-02 at 11:59:52.

Topic: Realms of Twilight -Winds and Sand
Subject: Argent's next action


After knocking one more guard to the ground, Argent felt the battle should be over quickly. They were wasting getaway time.

Quickly scanning for the whereabouts of the others, he spotted the next available guard and charged.

Posted on 2010-12-27 at 10:49:05.

Topic: Castle Rautenberg Q n A
Subject: hehe


You can't really blame Luke's reaction to the situation, can you? He sees the Doc asking for water, Brutal saying he won't get some. I tried to let him fix things up a bit by asking Brutal to get the water, and implying that the Doc maybe missed things outside.

He isn't taking sides... he's just trying to work with a bunch of people who seem set out to dislike/distrust each other.

Posted on 2010-12-17 at 16:46:44.

Topic: holiday front page art
Subject: awesome :)


Great Artwork!

and Happy Holidays in return!!

Posted on 2010-12-16 at 19:12:58.

Topic: Escape From Castle Rautenberg
Subject: words...


Luke hadn't caught the words that had been exchanged between Brutal and Doc. Now Doc asked Brutal to get some water, and the Corporal refused, he knew something was up. Be it attitude, friction or whatever, he knew they didn't need it in their team.

So, in a no-big-deal kind of way, he said: "Get the man some water, Corporal. Gives you an excuse to double check if we're alone."

Posted on 2010-12-16 at 17:02:58.

Topic: Realms of Twilight -Winds and Sand
Subject: Argent's wound


The battle was thickening, and taking longer than Argent had hoped for. These guards were tough.

The monk tried to focus his attention on his enemies rather than the throbbing wound he had received. He regretted having to take a man's life in order to save several. In the end, he told himself, it seemed these guards didn't have much respect for life themselves, firing away at the unarmed slaves. He pictured the command they had been given: Stop the escape at all cost.
It could not have sounded any other way, or maybe these men enjoyed strewing death around them.

He realized he was making excuses for himself, and found a calmness again in knowing that he cared.

"You can stop now and live." He called to the guards. "You don't have to die today."

If they react, he'll do his best to get everybody out safely. If they don't react, he'll be sure to kick the next guy before his action runs out.

Posted on 2010-12-15 at 14:39:15.

Topic: Escape From Castle Rautenberg
Subject: So it seems


"So it seems, Corporal." The Captain replied with a friendly smile towards the lady.

"Now, get Doc in here so he can look after the Lady's cheek. I'm sure he'll be able to help it from swelling."

He turned back to the woman. He really hoped they could persuade her to help them out. By the Heavens, they needed some help here.

"How about it Lady? Why don't we start with proper introductions. I'm Luke. What happened here?"

Posted on 2010-12-13 at 20:46:41.

Topic: Welcome to our newest Innmate!
Subject: wow


Congratulations Meri!

Posted on 2010-12-12 at 11:22:07.

Topic: Castle Rautenberg Q n A
Subject: I demand... a sacrifice!!


Actually, I intentionally didn't put any remarks about translation in my last post. It was a double effort to test the people around the Captain... first a test to see if the woman speaks any English, second to see if Romo would translate out of his own accord, which the Captain hoped for.

Anyway, it doesn't matter. What does matter is the way to the castle, and if Vanadia's character is willing to help them. I'm hoping the young lady can tell us where it is located.
As for getting in... there are a few options. How about this one: The young lady is being escorted by her driver (Brutal, won't have to do the talking, she will do it for him). They go to the castle because they found a wounded SS officer (Romo in disguise) and one of his soldiers (whoever in the field outfit, I prefer it to be the Captain, but options are open). They want to bring them to the Castle because it was the first place they thought of with the means to properly care for them (or whatever). If the trunk allows two people, the other two will go in there, otherwise we'll have a problem.

I didn't really want to go for the whole: we captured Americans scheme because that would most likely lead to us being captured for real.

Any ideas, or better suggestions?

Posted on 2010-12-10 at 17:25:48.

Topic: Question
Subject: well


The Rdinn is a great place to try and get into a game. The thing is though: it's holiday season, and that means things slow down.

The question has been asked before, and the answer is always Yes. Still, it might not be as active as in other periods of the year.

If there is no game to get into, you're also free to start one yourself. I'm sure there are plenty more players waiting for a game to jump into.

Posted on 2010-12-06 at 07:20:43.

Topic: This looks terrible
Subject: well


have a look:

you don't want to click here..

BLAH!!

Posted on 2010-12-03 at 18:39:26.

Topic: This looks terrible
Subject: This looks terrible


Anybody seen the new teaser/trailer for the upcoming Smurfs movie? It looks awful!

Now I know I shouldn't have expected something close to the cartoons that I used to watch as a kid, but the 3D looks dreadfully average, and it seems to be set in New York?

What?

Posted on 2010-12-03 at 16:46:51.

Topic: AMC's The Walking Dead
Subject: hmmm


the samples looked like slices of brain to me... like horizontal sliced brain, you know? But I could be wrong.

Anyway... I vote for the guy being a crazy scientist. One whose mind broke, and wants to experiment on the survivors!

Posted on 2010-12-01 at 17:01:58.

Topic: Escape From Castle Rautenberg
Subject: Trouble...


“She appears to be alone.” Brutal replied while Romo was strangely absent. Luke didn’t need to waste time. They had to get this show over with before it was too late. God knew how far away that castle was, and as bombs were developed, they were entertaining the local beauty. He understood beauty alright, had been a victim of it many times before quite willingly. Now, however, results were needed.

He stepped towards the door, and wanted to motion for Brutal to step inside. The man was a bit too fast for him and entered on his own accord. Luke turned to the trees, where McGuinness was hiding and held up his palm in a halting command. He hoped the sniper would realize what the Captain meant. He wanted McGuinness to wait a bit before advancing the cabin, in case there was somebody else waiting for a chance to take that car and betray their existence.

Inside he took a quick look around and fixed his eyes on the woman on the floor. As he regarded her, he spoke: “Brutal, while you’re at it can you look around to see if there are any spare uniforms we could use?”

He then turned to Romo: “Is she not talking?”

He looked at her red cheek and pursed his lips. The SShole got what he deserved, shirt or not. He beckoned her to get up and take a seat.

“Look lady, we don’t want any trouble... scratch that... we do want trouble, but just not with you. We need to find Castle Rautenberg. Do you know where it is?”


Posted on 2010-11-30 at 17:58:03.

Topic: Winds and Sand Q&A
Subject: Shades


Which dwarf are you talking to? Argent is downstairs, while you are still up on the building, right?

Posted on 2010-11-30 at 17:34:30.

Topic: Winds and Sand Q&A
Subject: posted


Ok, post is in. Sorry about the delay. I've been very busy with other things, work mostly, and some projects that desired my attention and were more pressing.

Will do my best not to let it happen again.

As for the game... I'd hoped we pulled it off without a fight, but now we are in one: let's get this over quickly, like the first one inside the building. That means we have to think like a team, guys!

Posted on 2010-11-26 at 14:31:11.

Topic: Realms of Twilight -Winds and Sand
Subject: Argent is ready still


Everything went smoothly, beyond the hopes of the dwarven monk even. The slaves followed, they were silent, and the guards were drawn to other parts of the building.

But something had to go wrong, of course. A baby's cry escaped the muffling of it's mother.

Argent sighed. Why does it always end in a fight? he thought.
Still, he had been ready for it, and was still prepared to test his fists and heels against whatever the guards were going to throw at them. In any case, he was going to shield the slaves from as much harm as he could.

(OOC: Readied action: first guard within reach will be attacked. He puts himself just around the corner of the building, where bowmen won't have an easy time hitting him. He'll await the rush and hope the others will back him.)


Posted on 2010-11-26 at 14:28:35.

Topic: Loaded Dice #64: the Final Battle (Part Four)
Subject: actually


It's drawn very well. If it wasn't the wrong angle, it would be really good.

Posted on 2010-11-25 at 17:13:57.

Topic: Loaded Dice #64: the Final Battle (Part Four)
Subject: cool


Wondering if the total evilness of the DM will not extend to the fact that this adventure will end with a total party kill. THAT would be unexpected.

But it would give Brad the time to go to the doctor and get his wrist un-reversed (panel 4).

Posted on 2010-11-24 at 16:31:45.
Edited on 2010-11-24 at 16:58:32 by Almerin

 


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