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Topic: Forgotten Realms: The Unsung Heroes
Subject: So much for a Private Auction

The sound of battle wasnt nearly as epic as one might think. Only a handful of people could move to engage the three would be combatants. Nash was lost under a hail of weapons as a third of the gathering moved o engage him, and the echo of steel of steel, filtered into the air. Nash grunted again as another strike apparently got through, but twin arcs of blue, causing a human male to stumble back a spell with dual gashes of crimson across his flesh showed Aelistae that her man was still putting up one hell of a fight.

Aelistae and Linnix had decided to spring into action as well, with their weapons so close at hand it seemed this was their best chance at escape. Aelistae moved over to by her weapons and with Linnix tears in hand muttered the incantation of her spell, as a wave of grief passed over many in the crowd. A handful of those gathered visibly sagged their shoulders, their will to fight lessened as pangs of guilt washed over them. Of the twelve gathered, not including the Auctioneer who seemed unaffected, four appeared disheartened. Two of which were attacking Nash, one who was still in the middle of the room, and one of the Orcs who was approaching the cage. Whether or not the spell had affected Nash, who was unfortunately aught in the conical spell was unknown, she could barely see him through the mass of people.

Linnix too had jumped to her feet, moving to pick up her equipment, bending down to try and pull her knives from the bound bundle even as the orcish, pair, and the genderless creature approached. Youll fetch quite the coin up north one of them said in broken common as they advanced.

Linnix had just managed to untie the package when the first of the orcs swung at the nimble woman with his club, catching her on the side of the shoulder, and sending a wave of pain through Linnix, knocking her back on her haunches, daggers thankfully in hand. (Linnix 24/30) Aelistae responded, with a quick mental call to her weapon, and as she bent down to reach for it, it seemed to jump the final inches to her waiting grasp, much to the surprise of the enemy. The thought of gold and notoriety however spurned them on, and the grief-stricken orc took a swing at Aelistae half heartedly, missing her by a long shot. It was the featureless creature that struck the most worry into the drow priestess. It did not approach within striking distance of Aelistaes beautiful blade, instead, he began chanting, and Aelistae felt her muscles tighten, as a restricting force fell over her. She combated it with an indomitable will, and broke the Hold Person spell. Whether her success however pained the strange being at all could not be known.

The Calimshite man waved his falchion around in a deadly dance, and laughed heartily as the Orcs advanced. You break em, you buy em, he said wickedly.
Round 2:

Linnixs shoulder throbbed, but pain was replaced with fury, and taking a position next to Aelistae, she lashed out at one of the orcs, the one who had wounded her, vengeance in her eyes. Her dagger flashed taking a piece of leathery hide from the orc before her, the tip of her knife stained with the dark red-black ichor of the orcish race. Her opponent however only laughed, which caused Linnix only to seethe even more.

The Orcs responded, both once more attempting to strike the women with their wooden clubs, and once more it was Linnix who suffered the painful blow of the club, while Aelistaes opponent once more lackadaisically swung at her. (Linnix 17/30)

Aelistae responded to the attacks on her friend with a counter of her own, bringing her courtblade up in a diagonal slash which caught the orc by surprise, and though he moved to dodge, it scraped along his forearm drawing a deep line of blood. (-10) Once more the strange caster in the middle of the room turned, and this time he fired a trio of magic missiles at Aelistae, the darts of force striking unerringly, and singeing the priestess. (Aeistae 23/30)

Nash meanwhile in the rear of the room managed a great blow against the already wounded assailant, and as he fell away the mighty cross-blade kept going to sink into another drawing a gasp from the man who sought to kill him. Stepping behind the body of the fallen slaver however, was a human woman, who uncoiled a length of whip and looked for an opening to strike. The three other men on the warrior however would find little luck in striking him this round; drawing only a small cut as a dagger slipped passed his defenses.

The Calimshite man ushered those remaining in the room into action with his glib tongue. 100 crowns off the winning buyers price if they capture their quarry! This seemed to snap some of the occupants out of their lethargy, and a flamboyantly dressed half elf of an unknown gender turned to face the women, while the remainder of the group sought to end Nashs disturbance of their auction.

As the half-elf turned however, he pointed at Aelistae and muttered something. At first she thought it was another spell incant, but as Tessa shrieked behind her she realized she was right, and wrong on that account. A flash of light had deposited a stranger into the midst of things, the 51 woman with flame red hair took a quick look around, before the chaos around her assaulted her senses and she realized this was definitely not where she had intended to travel, cursing herself for reading that teleportation scroll that was beyond her capabilities.

(Welcome Solvy to the Forgotten Realms, may your stay be long and fruitful.)

Posted on 2008-05-27 at 13:10:03.
Edited on 2008-05-27 at 14:16:01 by Kaelyn

Topic: Innocence Proves Nothing - Warhammer 40,000
Subject: To Deck 29, prisoners, experiments, and ladies lengerie

Solanis idly fingered the double sided badge, the coin like trinket that held with it virtually unparalleled authority in the absence of his Alpha, and let his sensitive fingers run over every contour of the etched symbols of the disc. Solanis, whose handle or call-sign was Daggerfall had implicit trust in his Alpha, the great Carrigan ravik. She had rescued him from a life of inescapable hell, and honed him into the lethal weapon he was now. In essence, Carrigan had given him a purpose in life, and the means by which to succeed at that purpose.

These are your badges. Do not lose them or I cannot be responsible for what might happen to you if you are captured. With this seal comes the full authority of the Inquisition. Abuse my power and I will execute you, she says sheepishly with a wink. Was that a serious statement? Now get the frak out of my chambers!

Solanis had exited the chambers, and worked his way down to the rec-room, where he would once again look to find anyone on board with which to spar. He had hoped that Carrigan herself might be in the mood for another bout, and in all his years he had never bested his Alpha, but then again, thats why she was leader, and he her faithful pup. More than one such spars had left marks scars and bruises that would remain on Solanis as reminder of his role in the way of things long after the spar had ended, and as he ached or winced as he brushed against one such memory he smiled. How he admired the woman.

That momentary nostalgia however was stolen quickly however as Carrigans voice boomed over the vox.

Piscivorus get to deck 29, NOW!"

Solanis feet were already moving before the command even registered in his brain.

Posted on 2008-05-27 at 11:18:33.

Topic: Auguries of Destruction - The Linsemptus
Subject: a Question for Renshiir

A Question for Renshiir:

Armand turned to Renshiir and thought of a response. Is it not possible for us to return to Hylon and simply rent a local smithies forge? There are plenty of those, particularly here in Hylon who would be more than willing to assist any goals of which a Saint of their patron sets out upon., must we use this one mans furnace in particular? I know little in the ways of smithing, but I would think if he will not be so forthcoming with aid we can find an alternative way. Either way however, yes, let us make our way for the city, weve had enough frolicking through the trees this night.

Deunan rolled her eyes at the remark with a smirk, and Caduceus could only mutter. Froclicking? Hmph.

Posted on 2008-05-27 at 10:48:01.

Topic: Forgotten Realms: the Unsung Heroes Q/A
Subject: hrmm

I just ead DM / Loriel's posts, and I must comment on something.

As posted in MY response to the last round of actions, Loriel tackled the mage and sufered the damage from the contact via his fire shield. To attack him more by (punching him once twice etc etc) would elicit more damage for each punch, and likely be her demise.

Also, it's a bit presumptious to assume Kas successuly cold cocks the mage who while prone, is still in fine health, and more than a litte p/o'ed.

My update will reflect the 'attempted' actions of the PC's, and the resulting reactions of the NPC's as per normal, but not everything happens the way we'd like them to.

Posted on 2008-05-27 at 10:43:50.

Topic: Forgotten Realms: the Unsung Heroes Q/A
Subject: Experience

I've kept a rough tally on experience, but because it varies so much by interaction roleplay and ad hoc bonuses etc etc, I keep the tally and planned on offering level bonuses at increments, such as successfully completing a chapter, or a major goal, etc etc.

I will however lend the information that I've thrown in a bunch of extra encounters on spur of the moment creative bursts (Such as the slaver / fire scenarios) and as such a bonus level might be closer than you al think. (hint hint nudge nudge)

Any who hope that helps to some degree.

Posted on 2008-05-27 at 10:35:23.

Topic: Forgotten Realms: The Unsung Heroes
Subject: Choices

The heat, the flames, they were everywhere. The deranged man held all their lives, plus that of the babe in the balance, and the scales were not in favor of the companions when one took the mages apparent mental capacity into mind. Artanis, Loriel, and Kas all knew something had to be done, and thusly all three sprang into action. Kas fired off her flare spell, and once more, the simple cantrip had surprisingly good effect on the intended target. Jethro squealed as the sparks assaulted his eyes and he clutched at them, releasing the child in his arms upward swing without even thinking about it.

As Loriel dashed low, and Artanis high, time seemed to slow as the screaming, terrorized child drifted higher into the air, and its tiny fragile head flopped at an awkward angel enough for all three women watching to cringe as natural maternal instincts took hold.
Loriel however kept going, her feet having already sprung her forward towards Jethros legs. She collided with the mage, his blue-green flame shield seared her already pain-ridden flesh, even as she knocked him over and loomed over him on hands and knees. (Loriel 11/39)

Artanis, beyond all expectations, shifted her rush, springing her step upward as she dropped her sword and reached for the babe. Her fingers miraculously caught the child gently by the blanket in which it was wrapped, bringing it down and into her chest as easily as she could. Without stopping her charge, she rushed past Loriel with a nod and dove out the small window.

Onto the rooftop she went, and then, right off the side tumbling to the street below. She stiflied a shriek as the support of the roof ended beneath her and she fell, but she tucked into a protective ball as best she could to protect the fragile life within her grasp. She hit the ground, and hard, her shoulder smashing the cobblestone and her collarbone shattering upon impact as she collided with the unyielding stone. She yelped in pain, unable to move her shield arm at all, and barely able to move anything else for that matter. The only consolation was that as she strained through tear filled eyes to the package clutched to her chest lay crying, loud and clear into the night even as the house behind her burned with increased vigor. (Artanis 17/42)

Back inside, Jethro screamed at the loss of his prize, his eyes burning from a combination of Kas Flare spell and vengeful anger directed at the two remaining targets around him. Ill see you all burn! He called in anger.

Beneath Kas and Loriel, a timber split, and the floor beneath them shuddered as the fires raged around them. The ladder leading to the second floor was overtaken, the floorboards and roof-rafters and thatch were ablaze, and Loriel and Kas would have to make an important decision really soon. Even now, in the thick billowing smoke, It was growing harder to see, and harder to breathe. (-2 on all sight based checks,)

Down below, the fire elementals gathered had all released their flaming projectiles at the elven member of the fire brigade, the small flaming pellets harmlessly diffusing along the protective barrier the elf had smartly erected before entering. His resistance bolstering spell however would no protect him from the beam which split and shuddered, dropping a portion of the second floor almost on his head. Backpeddling and falling to his rump as he did so, the elf barely managed to make it out the front door as beams, rafters and flooring collapsed to seal off the entrance in a flaming barrier.

Posted on 2008-05-26 at 23:16:09.

Topic: Forgotten Realms: Kaelyn Style~Recruitment Thread
Subject: hazah for Solvy

Welcome allow me to officialy add you to the Q/a.

Expect all players in the game to have an update by wednesday (today and tomorrow I have catch up sleep, birthday parties, errands and a bunch of stff that may take me away from here) I know tragic eh?

Posted on 2008-05-26 at 21:52:10.

Topic: Forgotten Realms: Kaelyn Style~Recruitment Thread
Subject: So I made a decision:

I'm going to allow both characters into the game for a spell, Solvy you just need to complete a copy of the haracter sheet complete ith your adjustments and I'll add them to the game q/a, Deucalion, your sheet seems ot be in order.

AS for your backgrounds, I loved them both and will try to implementthe information int othe game as we go along.

As a Final thought though before officially making the changes to the q/a and writing an intro post. I ask that you both take the time to read through the game over a leisurely beverage or sunny afternoon, to familiarize youself with the depth of characters, plot, basic goings ons and what not. Obviously we all here I presume know that Metagaming is frowed upon and will not be tolerated, but otherwise, welcome welcome!

On that note, I ask a question for both of you (so I know you've perused the game and the correct response will see you ener, and gain a bonus CD point

Solvy: What is the name of the boy rescued from the Ogre's Cave?

Deucalion: What were the statues bearing a magic shield and spear depicting?

Posted on 2008-05-26 at 13:38:20.
Edited on 2008-05-26 at 13:39:54 by Kaelyn

Topic: Forgotten Realms: the Unsung Heroes Q/A
Subject: Xaris

has got to be the most polite and political / diplomatic BARBARIAN I've ever known hehe.

Posted on 2008-05-26 at 02:17:19.
Edited on 2008-05-26 at 02:17:32 by Kaelyn

Topic: Juvenile Bulette Stats
Subject: no problem

happy to be the 3.5 sage

Posted on 2008-05-26 at 02:13:30.

Topic: Juvenile Bulette Stats
Subject: well

the AC isn't rediculous, and their's o spell resistance or Damage reduction. While the strength and what not may make for some problems (especially a full attack), given if you've got at least 4 players I don't see why they should have much problem with it. It hsould provide a challenge, just not be indominable. Even with a party consisting of one 5th / 6th level caster a fighter based class (which will average some 40 hp himself) and whtever else, when you add flanking and multiple damage sources a round potentially, I think it's a fine encounter.

Posted on 2008-05-26 at 02:07:15.

Topic: Forgotten Realms: The Unsung Heroes
Subject: Xaris

The man turned on Xaris anger evident in his voice. "Paying for that cloak ost me two of my finest cows! Not to mention the loss of perpetual income they could have returned from their dairy production. After fourty years I finally invested in something I wanted, instead of something I needed, and now it's run off to become kindling for a fire!"

The man almost seems heartbroken behind his outburst of anger, as though all his many years of manual toil, evident by his dark tanned and sun spotted skin and wrinkled under eyes had just been literally stolen from him along with the cloak.

A kindly woman, also of the farmers persuasion saddled up near Xaris and smiled speaking softly. A good cow now adays fetches between ten and thirty crowns on the condition of the beast, and old Mr. Winters there did have some fairly respectable heads of cattle on his ranch if that helps at all sonny."

Posted on 2008-05-26 at 02:01:45.
Edited on 2008-05-26 at 02:09:29 by Kaelyn

Topic: Forgotten Realms: Kaelyn Style~Recruitment Thread
Subject: reply sent

Other than a little minor thing as discussed in the pm, I'd be happy to add you as an addition to our ever so talented cast of dragon fodder, er, meat monkeys, er I mean roleplayers!

Posted on 2008-05-26 at 01:54:53.

Topic: Forgotten Realms: The Unsung Heroes
Subject: Goodness gracious great balls of fire

The flames grew higher and higher, claiming more and more of the building. The heat was extreme, even more so for Kas, who had lost the cloak which she had soaked for protection, and she coughed as the smoke stung her lungs and the heat assaulted her flesh (Kas 29/30 w/ 4 subdual) Not wanting to try her luck with the encroaching elementals, Kas gave a prayer for protection and good fortuneand began to follow Loriel and Artanis up even higher into the attic. Kas barely made it into the attic, when the floor behind her crackled and part of it collapsed, flaming remnants falling to the second floor, were the elementals gathered around the ladder like lemmings trapped with no where to go, circling it and bumping into each other.

Good, youre all here. Jethro said with a wicked smile. Artanis and Loriel had weapons drawn, each wanting to put the enemy down but not wanting to jeopardize the childs life. Jethro cackled again as he pointed at Loriel and fired a scorching ray at her.
The scorching Ray struck her square in the chest, burning a gaping charred hole into her bosom. Loriel could not contain the scream of pain which escaped her lips as the wave of searing pain washed over her. It was amazing she could even muster the strength to stand after the assault her body had suffered. (Loriel 22/39)

Mwa haha ! Oh, something smells like its burning, Wait its you! Jethro cocked his head back and laughed a bone chilling laughter of insanity loud enough to drown out the babys increased coughing fits as thick smoke fills the attic making it hard to breathe and see. (-1 penalty on all sight based rolls).

The Fire was behind them now, exit cut off without diving through a fiery hole, and spreading fast. The man before them clearly had the advantage. What would they do?

(The flames behind you are consuming the floor / roof/ walls at a rate of 5 /round. Kas has 5 behind her, Loriel and Kas are 5 in front of her, with Jethro 10 beyond them.)

Down below, the fire brigade has begun waving his wand around, trying to calm the flames with the Create Water spells held within, but it did little to quell the rising fury of the fire, and only served to gather the attention of some of the elementals at the top of the stairs, who began to form small golf ball /tennis ball projectiles in their hands.

Posted on 2008-05-25 at 21:24:15.

Topic: Forgotten Realms: The Unsung Heroes
Subject: the Price of a life pt 3

Immediately the atmosphere in the room changed from one of excited fervor to shock and defensive violence, for there were many, if not all within the room who could not afford to be known affiliates of such an illegal and uncouth thing as slave trading.

Swords, daggers, maces and clubs were drawn and Nashs visage as he raised his head and the cloak, --Aelistaes by possession-- fell from his shoulders to the floor, revealing a familiar looking court blade and pair of daggers strapped in a bundle at his hip. A swarm of patrons moved on him, and with all his might he hurled the package towards the cell, it landing and skidding to a stop about a foot outside the cell door. Here! Attached to the package was a small metal tube tied to a string, and as the package hit the ground, the chime rang off the steel of the blades it was affixed to, and as Nash was buried beneath a mass of weapon strikes with a grunt of pain, a faint click could be heard as the cell door unlocked and slowly swung open about two inches.

The Calimshite by the entrance seemed to pay little mind to Nash however, his focus remained purely on his commodities. Pulling from his sash a large falchion which trailed a sickly green wisp behind it he turned and pointed to the women. Stay where you are my pets, one way or another you will fetch me my price, whether it be alive and whole, or as corpses or in pieces. With his declaration, a pair of orcs, both with wooden cudgels and a strange looking creature with almost no facial features, simply a long stretched face with two deep sunk eyes and holes where a nose should be turned to regard the newfound access to their hopeful acquisitions.

Posted on 2008-05-25 at 20:49:07.

Topic: Forgotten Realms: The Unsung Heroes
Subject: The Price of life.... pt 2

From the back of the room, a figure shrouded in a dark grey and black travelers cloak sightly too short for their height entered in silence, nodding simply to the Calimshite with the slightest movement of their head. Taking a place against the back wall, he listened as the worth climbed, before chiming in with an alarming declaration.

"I'll give you the worth of your lives in exchange for the three, came a voice thick with a Tethyrian laced with an almost undercommon accent. You can drop your coin purses where you stand and leave this place, or forfeit your pathetic lives to my blade. With that he pulled forth a gleaming double sword, the crosspiece a magnificent mithril cross; accenting the rest of the blade resembling a holy icon. With a slight raise of his brow revealing a few stray strands of sandy hair and piercing emerald eyes, he smirked. Even now as more than one shocked patron turned around and prepared to draw steel.

All transactions are final. Thank you for coming, and Ill see you in hell!

Posted on 2008-05-25 at 20:29:08.
Edited on 2008-05-25 at 20:31:56 by Kaelyn

Topic: Forgotten Realms: Kaelyn Style~Recruitment Thread
Subject: Core books

are wonderful and fine for me (less stuff for me to search up) and since we're only level 4 there's no chance for a prestige class anyways at the moment

that would be fine

Posted on 2008-05-25 at 20:07:46.
Edited on 2008-05-25 at 20:10:48 by Kaelyn

Topic: Forgotten Realms: Kaelyn Style~Recruitment Thread
Subject: the player who dropped

played a war-mage if that's any help.

Stat rolling is standard 4d6 drop lowest, hit point total is max first, and I'll fill in the rest (I'll roll the dice and I always reroll 1's on HD rolls)

To those interested, please send me a writing sample (you can respond to the one on the first page of this thread much like all my other players did, and we'll go from there.) If both submissions are top notch, I don't mind extending the place to two players

Posted on 2008-05-25 at 19:54:53.
Edited on 2008-05-25 at 19:59:42 by Kaelyn

Topic: Forgotten Realms: The Unsung Heroes
Subject: The cost of a life

Foolish women! You led me here to be captured by these humans! I will kill you for your stupidity! she shouted in a mock show of indignation, before leaping upon Linnix and clapping her hands around her throat. Yet, although her face was a mask of rage and anger, Aelistaes hands were loose enough to allow Linnix to breathe easily, and to allow her to prepare to act if the slavers opened their cage.

Linnix did her best to play along, even as the eyes of the crowd turned on them in bemusement. At first, no-one seemed too overly concerned with the spectacle behind the bars. Tessa however shrieked however as Aelistae began to seemingly throttle Linnix after a vicious slap, drawing tears from the womans eyes.

From the crowd came a mixture of cat calls, vulgar retorts about watching a drow at her finest, and those that immediately started throwing down their bids even before the auction had officially began. The showing of money and interest however soon raised the volume level of the room to new heights, and it seemed to drown out Aelistae and Linnixs feigned feud for the time being.
The Calimshite man in the corner ran his large hands across his bald head, wiping the sweat which had collected there off with a flick of his wrist as so many bodies in a small area seemed to increase the temperature within.

Alright, ladies and gentlemen, I can tell you are chomping at the bit to bid on these dangerous lovelies! Lets start with the Drow then shall we? Before she ends up killing or damaging the other merchandise hmm? Bids will start at 2,000 royal crowns.

Almost immediately hands flew into the air, and in a matter of second the bid had skyrocketed to more than three times the starting value as those who valued wealth above life bid and outbid each other in hopes of claiming the rare ebony priestess to their assorted slave collections.

Posted on 2008-05-25 at 19:42:48.

Topic: Forgotten Realms: Kaelyn Style~Recruitment Thread
Subject: one player needed

So our incredibly fast paced Forgotten Realms game has room for one more would be adventurer! Devalero's extended absence fro mthe inn has caused his character's timeline to fall too far behind to keep him going, an as such I'm opening up the chance for another player to fill the void with another character.

Character need be of neutral or good alignment,
level 4
with 8,000 gold to spend on whatever equipment they see fit. (An arcane spellcaster would be useful as the party only has one npc bard) however any class will do.

THe party (currently divided) is at the perfect opportunity to introduce a new character, so if you've interest let me know!

I update at the speed of my players, which means there are some weeks I update 1 / week and there are many times I'd say far above average, I update at least 3 times a week, sometimes more!

The game is deep and involved with action, horror, intrigue romance and more, with plenty of room for character development and interaction. Plus you get to use my own patented CD point program, which rewards playes, by players for creative writing, character growth, and encourages all to become better writers and players. Join today!

Posted on 2008-05-25 at 19:16:50.
Edited on 2008-05-25 at 19:19:30 by Kaelyn

Topic: The Chakran Portal - Q/A
Subject: the

loathing was an ingame reference to Geim's outburst concerning Malius hehe, not against any players or would be players.

Posted on 2008-05-24 at 17:34:26.

Topic: Vote for the Inn
Subject: more!

only a couple votes off from seventh!

Posted on 2008-05-24 at 16:29:04.

Topic: The Chakran Portal - Q/A
Subject: Personally

I'd say don't find a replacement.

One, it's one less person we have to wait on for posting, (makes updates easier on you) scaling encounters is simpler enough, and it gives the party some time for mourning thel oss of a comrade (or loathing him as the case may seem) instead of oh, malius is gone *poof!* what luck, another stalwart adventurer waiting to join our cause.

Posted on 2008-05-24 at 16:25:03.

Topic: WH 40k Q&A - Innocence Proves Nothing
Subject: same here

I started one last night, will try to finish it today.

Posted on 2008-05-23 at 15:24:33.

Topic: Forgotten Realms: the Unsung Heroes Q/A
Subject: as for the token

I somehow doubt she had the gryphon tucked between her cleavage of her dress. Other than the clothing, there are no other items on your person.

As for spells, I believe I have your spell list. So it'll be interesting to see how you put the limitations of components to use.

Oh, and for bemusement, Linnix has taken 4 subdual

Posted on 2008-05-23 at 15:22:53.
Edited on 2008-05-23 at 15:23:24 by Kaelyn


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