Ok, so Faustus lunges forward but stabs the (turkey leg, just for Meri)club with his sword,it causes him to trip and bashes the Barbarian with his shield knocking him out with a clean upper cut. Flailing his arm backwards trying regain balance he raises the sword, swings it back over his head smacking the second Barbarian on top of the head with the impaled club as he was trying to sneak up from behind. Spinning around to face the second Barbarian just in time to see him land face first at his feet. Both Barbarians out cold.
Of course the glorious battle will go much diffently when Faustus retells it to Jhim as he helps him recover.
I thought it didn't look like he was shrugging, so I added a little quip. =P
Posted on 2010-07-07 at 07:16:03.
Steelight Sage of the Realms Karma: 44/9 1024 Posts
No Star Trek
That line has been used in so many movies, TV show, books and other things... it doesn't necessarily have to come from a Star Trek movie. Or perhaps he was just inspired by his own badassery. He is a paladin after all, they tend to roast in their own self-righteousness with great frequency.
Posted on 2010-07-07 at 10:13:09.
Eol Fefalas Keeper of the Kazari RDI Staff Karma: 454/28 7880 Posts
"It is a good day to die" are often some of the first words out of my mouth every morning... preceded, on occasion, by the random expletive.
And, as far as the *shrug*, goes... I sometimes say "shrug" when I shrug just to be sure that people know I'm shrugging as opposed to twitching out...