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Topic: Getting to know you
Subject: ok

Good to know you are on our side RK. Hate to see that power used for evil.

Posted on 2006-11-10 at 10:07:04.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off
Subject: Back up the Knight too!

Chaos reigns at first as the untrained horses run in a panic and the boys scream in terror. The Knights words sooth them slightly but they are frightened beyond measure at this time.

Char lines up an arrow and lets fly at the Mantis warriors. They all look the same to him, so since he can not discern a leader, he picks one. The first arrow flies true and strong directly at the target. Char has already loaded another arrow when he sees something he thought was impossible – the creature moves with lightning like reflexes and managed to dodge the arrow. Not believing his eyes, Char fires a second and then a third, placing the shots carefully. The second one is dodged again, but the third flies directly into the path of the mantis’ dodge, striking it full in the chest. The creature staggers slightly, with slimy ooze seeping from the wound – a heart shot that would have killed a man. Obviously, these things don’t keep their hearts in the same place.

Both Arien and Talas charge at the same time, though in opposite directions. Arien dodges a probing jab of the ankheg, and strikes upwards, a glancing blow that skitters across armour and not much more. Then with a twist of the reins and a follow up backhand, the flaming blade of Luin’naur cracks through the natural armour for a deep cut. The monster makes a horrible screeching in pain and agony. It strikes back with a vicious bite, but Arien bashes its jaws away with his shield, escaping wounds at the cost of the polish on his armour.

Talas’ style is that of a gladiator as he rides forward, almost daring the creature to take a bite. When it makes a move, he feints to one side and moves back. With astounding strength and agility for someone his size, he strikes with an upwards cut. The blade of Serenity passes through the armour like butter, across the neck and out through the other side. Part of the creature’s head is severed cleanly and it falls to the ground dead – the open wound spewing ooze and goo everywhere.

Adrian finishes his spell and the air around his body begins to shimmer in a reddish light. He nods his head in satisfaction and then draws his glassteel bastard sword, ready to enter the battle.

Dapple hugs the shadows, moving slowly towards this thing that resembles a bug she’d squash under her boot. Char’s arrows had distracted them, and they were focused on the ranger, not noticing the young thief moving behind them. She struck with her daggers at the one wounded by Char’s arrow. Hitting towards the neck of the creature, she was unprepared for the strength of the carapace. The blade enters lower than planned, through the shoulder and deep, hurting it greatly and rendering it unable to avoid the second dagger. It staggered at first, and then leaps high in the air to allow itself to turn and fight.

Kilgim finished his prayer just as the ankheg was moving in to grab a meal. The creature moved back again, confused by the disappearance of some of its prey, but then chose another target. The mandibles snap at Kilgim, a solid blow but the dwarf’s armour takes the brunt of the attack. Acid burns the Dwarf though but the cleric is not letting the pain stop him.

Jal steps forward and casts a spell, shooting a barrage of colourful lights into the face of the ankheg that attacked Kilgim. The creature starts to thrash around wildly, and then slowly slumps to the ground. It isn’t dead, but it appears to be knocked unconscious by the colour spray.

The uninjuried Thri-kreen leap into the air, throwing their triangular wedges as missiles as they fly over your heads. The two aimed at Arien shatter on his shield. Char manages to duplicate the reflexes of the attackers by dodging the two thrown at him. The third attacks Talas as he turns around his mount. The first wedge shatters off his shoulder guard, the other wounds him slightly on the left arm.

The injured mantis throws his wedges at Dapple. The first one goes wildly off into the trees, but the third strikes true and cuts into Dapple’s right thigh.

They land with double headed polearms ready, still at a distance from their prey, knowing they can leap in and out faster than you can move. Two more Thri-kreen land as well. One is a warrior like these ones, but the other is taller and has a deeper blue carapace. Instead of a polearm, this one has a mage’s staff.

The fourth Ankheg has emerged from its hole.

OOC: One Ankheg dead, One Unconscious. One seriously wounded. One Thri-kreen critically injured
Talas’s wounds are minor.
Dapple and Kilgim’s wounds are light. Dapple’s look bad, but isn’t. Kilgim knows he will take continuous damage if he doesn’t do something about the acid.
Arien is uninjured but the armour is dirty (Hell hath no fury than a Knight dirtied)
On the field – 6 Thri-kreen and 2 Ankhegs.

Posted on 2006-11-09 at 20:04:19.

Topic: ^ < V game
Subject: Ahhh. got it

^ Dreams of running the "big machine"
< Is cute and cuddly but doesn't want people to know
V Is too sexy for their shirt.

Posted on 2006-11-09 at 15:33:45.

Topic: DnD stereotypes
Subject: okay

1. lots of mountain dew (no. Never touch the stuff)
2. loads of funyuns (What the? No idea what a funyun is. We do used to do sour cream and onion chips, but in these weight loss days we do veggies with humus and pretzels)
3. black light (no. Why on earth? I can barely see the dice in the regular light)
4. something to get high with (Absolutely not.)
5. we're all still virgins (No. Other than my daughter 10 and god daughter 12 who game with us)

Things we alway have:

I wear my Carpe DM t-shirt.
I always start the session with "continuing where we last left off ..."
Hobgoblin Beer

Posted on 2006-11-09 at 15:28:16.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Q&A
Subject: V is staying, live with it

Due to popular demand (mostly my wife) and the fact that it is logistically impossible for me to make a lasagna tonight, I will try to get the combat round under way before the weekend. Cathy has even volunteered to rake leaves tonight so I do not have to, and can devote myself to dice rolling.

I have a very special wife, you do realize that.

Posted on 2006-11-09 at 14:21:36.

Topic: Getting to know you
Subject: catch up

My most attractive quality?
Not sure I have one. Ummmm... I'm tall. I can give a long list of my least attractive. Why did Cathy marry me again? Oh yeah - I can cook. In fact I am quite good at it.

What do you find most attractive in a person?

Okay, I will be honest here if no one else will. The first thing I look for in a woman are breasts. Any guys say eyes, is lying. Eyes are second with me but my eyes go down before up.

Posted on 2006-11-09 at 12:15:12.

Topic: The Trilogy War
Subject: We are going to fight fight fight ....

Magma was aware of his precarious position but didn’t think he was in danger yet. This thing was too much of a scrapper to end his fun that easily. With that in mind, Magma continues to press the advantage, with the thoughts of angling out to the side, and out from under the beast afterwards.

“Whoa Nellie!” He cries out with a glee unbeknownst to his teammates.

Posted on 2006-11-09 at 11:27:18.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Q&A
Subject: Posting

I will be away this weekend, visiting friends in Ottawa. Hence I will not be posting to CWWLLO until either late Sunday or Monday (more likely Mon).

Posted on 2006-11-09 at 05:17:05.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Q&A
Subject: Details!!!

You mean the cliffs to the west with the rest of the thri-Kreen army, all cheering "Mantis! Mantis! Go Team Go!"?

About 40 to 60 feet high. Not sheer or anything. Think the cliffs on the Plains of Abraham in Quebec City.

What is with all the requests for details? What happened to the go old days of "hey, we're wandering monsters! Let's fight!"?

Posted on 2006-11-08 at 18:32:52.

Topic: Plot twists most worthy of a dice shower?
Subject: weird

Must be regional because around here it is pronounced Thak-co.

Posted on 2006-11-08 at 18:18:50.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Q&A
Subject: Well

Arien charges in pretty well all combat, so I think Raven was making an assumption.

The circles are trees, not boulders. Sorry, I know it is a crude and rude map.

A word of caution to your plan. Now I am the DM, reportedly evil although I deny the allegiations, so you don't have to take my advice here:

Only two of you are on horses (Talas and Arien). Two other horses are effectively removed from the party now that you are under attack (Dapple and Char's). I will have to check the sheets but unless Jals', Adrian, and Kilgrim's mounts are war trained, they are freaking out about now. You may have a hard time getting pass the Ankheg to run east.

Furthermore, you have four (so far) highly mobile enemies with missile weapons, that look like mantis and dropped in out of the sky. They can probably jump faster than you run.

The Boys are not combat trained and will be freaking out soon (very soon - like now).

btw - Bullrush is a 3e move, not 2e

Now I hate to say never but I would say there are a lot of challenges to face in running.

Posted on 2006-11-08 at 16:14:09.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Q&A
Subject: crude map is coming.

I just have to scan it.

Raven - What spell is Kilgim casting?

Posted on 2006-11-08 at 09:31:26.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Q&A
Subject: For the record

I expect weekly posts form people, not daily. As much as I appreciate the effort, I don't want anyone feeling guilty for not posting more.

Posted on 2006-11-07 at 08:28:12.
Edited on 2006-11-07 at 08:28:44 by Alacrity

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off
Subject: Card carrying members of the Wandering Monster Guild

“Arien, Kilgrim,” Talas spoke up, then, his hand closing on the hilt of his sword, “all is not right. I feel that danger yet lurks close to us; be on your guard all.”

Char agreed. “I say we ge’ goin’ den,” the ranger said, “moun’ up an’ ride t’ rockier groun’. We can take da lads wit’ us, bu’ we’d be safer where it be ‘arder t’ dig.”

Jal nodded an enthusiastic agreement to that; “And we should do so now,” he added, “the ankheg of which you speak are coming and are getting very close.”

"You are right, my friends. We must move, and now! Quickly! Boys, each of you share a saddle with one of us. We must leave this place now!"

The boys looked at each other in confusion. Char whistled for his mount just as it dawned upon Dapple that her mount was with Char’s horse and would not likely come with the summon.

Talas grips his sword in readiness. Adrian also has his bastard sword while Jal works the start of a spell into his mind. Kilgrim attempts to remount Grumpy but the warpony is having nothing to do with it and moves away from the cleric.

Then, the ground started to shake violently. Before you, directly in front of the party and not far from where the boys were hiding, something broke through the ground. An enormous many lagged worm with huge mandibles with a greenish shell protected its body, making it resemble an evil giant deadly shrimp. It towered eight feet out of the hole as it broke though the ground. As it did, another came out behind the party as well, cutting off Northwind’s return to its master. A third one came out to the left of the group, and the ground on the right began to cave in as well.

You are surrounded.

Jal cried out “Above! Look above!”

Arien brushed something out of the air with his shield. It shattered against the metal, as mantis like warriors began to land on the ground; about 20 feet back from the ankhegs. They all wore strange ornate armour and their four arms were clutching trianglar wedges similar to what Arien had just avoided. On their backs were viscous double bladed polearms like you had never seen before.

The Knight didn’t think, he moved on instinct, putting himself between insects and the boys. He cried out in a challenging voice, “I’ll not let you have these innocents, foul beasts! For Honour!” and with that he called out the command that ignited his sword into flames.

OOC: Welcome to combat. You are facing three ankhegs all within ten feet of you, and so far there are four Thri-Kreen warriors, at least 30 feet back with missile weapons in hands. You are not surprised (at least combat wise) and you know another ankheg will be up soon.

I will post a crude map of positions, but most of you are clustered around teh boys, Char is between mantis warriors and Ankhegs. Dapple, who never came out of the trees is actually behind the Thri-Kreen.

Please give me combat actions with main attack plan, and then the back up plan if something goes wrong.

Char, you loaded your bow before combat so you will have three attacks this round only.

Let's get buggy!

Posted on 2006-11-06 at 18:36:53.
Edited on 2006-11-06 at 18:47:46 by Alacrity

Topic: Name That Tune
Subject: speaking of which

Here is another one for you. Can you get the original singer?

I close my eyes and see you before me
Think I would die if you were to ignore me
A fool could see just how much I adore you
I'd get down on my knees; I'd do anything for you

Posted on 2006-11-06 at 13:05:41.

Topic: Name That Tune
Subject: that isn't hard

Evanessence - Whisper.

Love Amy Lee - Her voice is amazing.

Posted on 2006-11-06 at 12:58:17.

Topic: Name That Tune
Subject: Walk like an Eqyptian

by any number of groups. I like the Bangles best.

Howabout this one:

Walking like a man,
Hitting like a hammer,
She's a juvenile scam,
Never was a quitter....

Posted on 2006-11-06 at 10:10:49.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off
Subject: Silver Screen II - Dalmer, Wind and Kidd and the Dead

Captain Jeremy Dalmer was covered with blood spatter. At one point in his life, he would have realized that he had gone too far in punishing one of his own soldiers, but not anymore. Those days were gone – gone like his left arm. Removed between shoulder and elbow by the axe of a Sueli warrior, Dalmer was sure that he would have died that day, but he didn’t. Instead, he was nursed back to health and given a gift by the emperor – an oversized green scaled arm with six fingers. At first it had its merits; a greater strength, power to effect things at distances and near invulnerability to most weapons. But whatever belonged to the arm was still around, fighting for dominance in him. A compromise was reached between him and it – but a compromise with a demon was no compromise at all. He allowed himself to become more like the demon, and the demon became more like itself. Now Siener was dead and Dalmer had no regrets or sorrow. In fact, he was feeling more aroused than anything.

He accepted a towel handed to him by his bodyguard Boris to wipe his hands and face. Boris was a good man, loyal, true and unquestioning. He could command Boris to kill every soldier in his command and Boris would only nod and do the job. Blue guards were not bred for their insight, just brute strength and mindless loyalty.

“The commanders await you Captain.” Boris told him.

“Excellent.” Dalmer said happily, “Their timing is excellent. You may let them in.”

Boris nodded with comment and left the room. Soon he entered again with the two women commanders. One was tall, with long white hair, wearing the imperial uniform with the Red Corp insignia. Commander Kidd’s holy symbol of Wee Jas prominent as an amulet over her jacket announced her as a cleric. Her eyes briefly looked upon the crushed and beaten body behind the commander then moved away quickly to the proper “eyes front“stance.

Beside her was another woman wearing a similar uniform. She had black hair and emerald eyes, shorter by a head. Around her throat was a black collar and her left cheek was marred by a brand of a broken chalice. Commander Wind bore the marks of treason within the Red Corp. – a sign that her powers as a mage were more valued than the traditional punishment for betrayal. She did not look at the corpse at all, but stared vacantly forward.

“Well?” Dalmer asked.

“We collared the woman as you requested. It was harder than we expected – she put up quite a fight. After that, she was put into the room and ordered to grasp the sword. At which point she seem to fall into the slumber we expected.” Kidd reported.

“Excellent!” The Captain said, drumming his fingers together happily. “Most excellent.”

“Sir, I am concerned. The power of the entity within is dangerous. We are playing with something that I am not sure the collar will contain.”

“Yes, yes, yes. You have spoken your doubts before. Duly noted but I am told that the precautions we have taken will be adequate.” Dalmer waved at her dismissively, “I would think that faith would be a skill you’d have in abundance."

“Very well Captain.” Kidd said simply, knowing there was no hope of making him see reason.

“Commander Wind.” Dalmer snapped and the dark haired lady turned her stare to him. “Before your indiscretion, you were working on a project of some sort. Making dead soldiers useful again? Re-animation or some such magic?”

“Yes, my master.” She answered dully. “By mixing tree sap with the essences of …”

“Yes, yes, yes … I don’t need the dissertation. Do you have the formula? Could you recreate it?”

“Yes, my master. I have several vials of it prepared.”

“Excellent! Boris! Take Seiner and Deke to the Red’s quarters then. See if they can make them useful to us again.”

“Yes, my master.” Wind intoned.

Boris looked at the body on the ground and back to the Captain with a questioning look.

“Roll him up in the rug Boris.” Dalmer said patiently. “Gather up the pieces and roll him up.”

Posted on 2006-11-05 at 16:15:26.
Edited on 2006-11-05 at 16:17:49 by Alacrity

Topic: The Trilogy War
Subject: Second verse, same as the first

Once missile weapons are exhausted, Magma’s thoughts went straight for the belly of the beast – that would be its weakness, and he had an axe for every occasion.

The dwarf rolled with the hit he received, off his war pony and on to the ground. He’d been hurt, buy not enough to slow him down. He switched to Nellie and shield, for the time for missiles was long gone.

Magma moved in to get a solid blow, hopefully at the belly of the beast as it lurched in close to the ground to attack. It was a dangerous game, but Magma was loving every minute of it.

Posted on 2006-11-05 at 05:13:30.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Q&A
Subject: Knowledge and PM

Thank you all for the wonderful posts and reactions to this game. It makes me quite happy to see such enjoyment of a game I am creating.

I don't believe in characters living in a vaccuum, so using PM's I have been feeding some of you with information that your character would know, or feelings they may have about situations. Now I can and do make mistakes so if you think your character should know something, or want to make a "perception roll" - feel free to ask via PM or email.

Posted on 2006-11-04 at 06:59:34.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Q&A
Subject: LOOK AT THIS!

OMG - Two people posted already. This is amazing. I'm blushing!

Posted on 2006-11-03 at 12:24:57.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off
Subject: Get the tylenol! I feel a quest coming on!

The sudden appearance of the mages and Talas threw the boys into a panic. They stopped fighting one another and tried to make a fast retreat. Then Char and Dapple appeared out of the forest behind them and they realized they were trapped. The authoritative voice of Arien brought them back to reality.

"What's all this, then?" he bellowed from atop his warhorse. Drawing on every bit of his upbringing as a noble, Arien sat tall and assumed a commanding demeanor. "Are you trying to call down every real brigand from the here empire's borders?"

“You see,” Jal said, offering a strange grin to the knight and gesturing to the tumultuous knot of youths, “there is no desire to live the bandit life here.”

Boys," the knight spoke sternly," do you have any idea how much trouble you are in? You thought to rob my friend and I," he indicated Kilgim. "The two of us would have been more than your match, and you never saw our other five friends. If we were other travelers, the crows would be picking your bones now... and if Freegate's patrols caught you, they would hang you for banditry."

He let his voice soften... "Now, what's this about your father? I can see you boys are not real criminals. What has brought you to this point?"

Whether the father of the boys used a similar tone or not, the boys quickly stopped panicking and quickly formed a line from tallest to shortest – with the youngest one even going as far as standing at attention with a salute. The Oldest stepped forward and bowed properly, “Sir, I am Philip. This is Steward, Darryl and Thomas.”

“Better tell him the truth Phil. Paladins can read your mind.” Thom advised his brother

“Shut up Thom. Let me talk.”

“They can see into your soul.”


“Sorry,” The youngest looked around at the party, still in salute. He spotted Talas and looked up at him, “Are you a giant? Or a half giant? Dad said ogres are really ugly and you aren’t so I bet you are a giant.”

Darryl reached over and smucked Thom gently on the head, “Thom. Let Phil talk.”


Aye ye lads. Tell us what this is all 'bout. What's this 'bout yer daddy bein' killed by somethin' an' why would ye want t' die becuse o' it?" Through a not so graceful series of movements, Kilgim got down from Grumpy's back and dropped on the ground accompanied by nice chings and clings.

Adrian came up to the boys with their weapons in hand, “You should never drop your weapon." he spoke as he handed them back to the kids, one at a time, hilt first. "In this world you cannot trust strangers enough to relinquish your only defense. You could be playing into the hands of a spy, a fake, or worse... authorities."

“Thank you sirs.” Phil answered again with the bow. “We, that is us, well, and our dad used to be farmers, on a stretch of land not far from here. Our mom as well, but she died two years ago of a fever. Last week, we were doing our chores like always when the ground started to shake. Then these huge … giant really … bugs came out of the ground.”

“They were green and big. They looked like worms with green shells. We saw at least 3 of them.” Steward added.

“We ran to the house and Dad told us to hide in the forest. As he was gathering up stuff, the bugs spit something on the walls that made them melt away. Then …” Phil stops as his eyes tear up.

Steward continues, “One of the bugs bit Dad in half.” Thom breaks down into tears, and Darryl reaches over to hold him in comfort.

“We panicked and ran. We have been on our own ever since. We haven’t had much to eat and we haven’t been able to hunt much, seems like much of the game has fled these parts. I won’t lie to you sir, we were thinking of stealing or robbing but I didn’t know what else to do. There is food and provisions at home, but we’re scared to go home because of the bugs.”

“We haven’t even buried Dad.” Steward says.

“Tell them about the other bugs.” Thom piped in.

The three brothers sighed heavily, “Thom, there were no other bugs.”

“Yes there were! I saw one riding the big ones. Looked like a giant grasshopper, or preying mantis … or locust.” Thom said, holding his arms up to describe the size. He points at Talas, “Like him only not as big.” Thom looks up at Arien with eyes filled with hope and faith, “But you are here now! That’s why you’ve come isn’t it? To slay the evil bugs? That’s what Paladins and their squires do! Save people in holy quest type thingies.”

Posted on 2006-11-03 at 09:49:57.
Edited on 2006-11-03 at 09:53:13 by Alacrity

Topic: Getting to know you
Subject: autumn

I like the fall myself. The colours of the leaves and the coolness in the air that makes a sweater feel good but not quite needing a jacket. I love being at a friend's cottage and walking through the bush, feeling the wind and enjoying the scenery.

Posted on 2006-11-02 at 14:40:48.

Topic: Trilogy War Q/A
Subject: so

I can assume that magma needs a ladder to hit this thing anywhere but the foot? Love it!

Posted on 2006-11-02 at 12:09:45.

Topic: Trilogy War Q/A
Subject: size matters

How big is this thing we are fighting? I know it is 100 feet long but how tall is it from the ground? Just trying to put my de-horsed dwarf into perspective and I don't have a 1st edition Monster Manual anymore.

Posted on 2006-11-02 at 08:29:02.

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