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Author Topic: Chapter 1 - To the Mountains  (Read 22225 times)
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Paladia Entonei
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« Reply #45 on: November 20, 2003, 03:33:22 PM »

Pally was about to say something but decided to keep her mouth shut. She could see now that this dwarf was far from being an immediate threat. The elf glanced towards the shingar that the dwarf had been so interested in. By now, Shan had lain down in the grass a little bit off from the two.

Paladia sighed and looked back towards where Minsyth had gone. Seeing nothing of particular interest, the elf leaned against a nearby tree, still keeping her bow in her hands, and looked at the dwarf.

"So Fflewdur, I wasn't aware that dwarves lived in the Rahz Dath. But then..." she said thoughtfully "...I never did learn much about you dwarves."

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Felina Moska
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« Reply #46 on: November 21, 2003, 06:21:22 AM »

About to reply to the elf Felina was interupted by a newcomer. Apparantly he was a man by his voice and possibly a bandit by his pose. His had rested languidly on his sword.

"Didn't your mother tell you it was rude to sneak up on people?" She walked towards him and leaned on her  staff, she raised one hand and pointed it at him.

"And did she also tell you not to scare women?" Quickly she muttered an incantation and cast confusion at him. swiftly she turned to the Elf "can you fight?" Felina called.

Every time Europe looks acros the Atlantic to see the american eagle, it observes only the rear end of an ostrich.

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« Reply #47 on: November 21, 2003, 07:24:22 AM »

Giglar smiled when Felina asked her if she could fight. "Of course I can fight, what do I look like?" she asked. She drew her armored fan, a delicate yet stealthful weapon that she learned how to use while with the Kasumarii. She walked up to the man with the fan still closed and with a slight flick of her hand it opened revealing its blades and cutting the man's face a tiny bit. It didn't make any deep wounds, only enough to warn him.

"Now go about your business or we will have to harm you further," she said closing the fan.  

Edited by: Giglar at: 11/21/03 3:59
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fflewdur
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« Reply #48 on: November 21, 2003, 07:58:22 AM »

"True enough. As far as I know I'm the only dwarf that lives there. My story is a long and boring one. I do not wish to tell it and trust me, you dont want to here it.

She doesn't seem to bad. It might not be a bad idea to tag along. That is, if she'll let me. Anything can lead an idea for my... ""hobbie"".I might as well ask and get it over with.

"Do you mind if I tag along? You won't  have to supply me with food. At least you usually won't". He grinned.

Edited by: fflewdur at: 11/21/03 23:40
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Mnsyth Mrnwn
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« Reply #49 on: November 21, 2003, 09:57:22 AM »

He just smiled and reached a hand up to wipe the blood off his cheek. Fiesty women they were too. He gets scratched for approaching them, he found it quite amusing.

"If you wish to fight, by all means but I meant no harma and I am certainitly not after your money or other belongings," he clarified quickly not wishing to have more scratches made on his face.

"If I may say something without being injured, walk straight ahead of you and you will meet up with another female elf and her cat," he did not cringe but he was on his guard, ready to deflect any kind of blow.

"...Life is a story waiting to be written. It is up to us to make it exciting and unforgetable..." - Shara

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« Reply #50 on: November 21, 2003, 01:07:22 PM »

"If you wish to fight, by all means but I meant no harma and I am certainitly not after your money or other belongings."

Giglar felt a bit of shame. She felt bad for harming a man who obviously knew what he was talking about and he had manners at that. She felt disgraced, she had acted out of the fear of being attacked herself. She put her fan away and stood up straight.

"Well, I am sorry for attacking you as I did. I had no idea that you were not a bandit or a thief."

"If I may say something without being injured, walk straight ahead of you and you will meet up with another female elf and her cat."

Giglar looked ahead of her, and surely enough she could see the faint outlines of a figure. She couldn't see a cat and she didn't really like cats. She then heard a faint screech in the forest and she automaticaly knew who it was. Mh'rnn, her Nightbird, had been with Giglar for years and they had grown quite close. The bird landed on a branch just in front of Giglar and it cawed. The bird's feet were equipped with a light metal bracing to make them sharper. Giglar smiled and petted the bird, and then picked it up onto her shoulder. "This is Mh'rnn, my companion," she said to anyone who cared.  



Giglarania Syphrenor She was favored by her aunt, watched her sister die, was trained by Darkpriest, killed her aunt's rival, and became the most deadly shadowmancer on the face of Calereath

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« Reply #51 on: November 21, 2003, 02:03:22 PM »

Shan had laid down in the grass and was listening in on the dwarf and the elf's conversation. He had always heard about dwarves and elves never really getting along. Shan never  understood why, and until now, didn't really care.

The shingar looked up at Paladia. Though she tried to look casual by leaning against a tree, he could tell she was uncomfortable. Then the wild cat turned his knowing gaze towards Fflewdur. Shan had never met a dwarf before, and they weren't much different any other race outside appearence. Just another soul inside a different kind of body he thought.

By now, the cat's sensitive ears could hear the sound of people talking off in the distance. It was then that Shan noticed that Minsyth was gone. MORE strangers? he thought irritably. He wanted to get this quest thing over with. And now it looks like the dwarf will be joining us too he thought with what could be a groan escaping his throat.



"A dream can exist only in darkness."

Edited by: Shan Gutarus  at: 11/21/03 6:20
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Paladia Entonei
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« Reply #52 on: November 21, 2003, 03:16:22 PM »

Paladia looked at the dwarf. He wanted to come along? she thought to herself. The elf examined the dwarf's battle axe with interest. She had noticed it before, and Pally had to admit, it was a pretty imposing weapon and she didn't doubt the man's ability to weild it.

With an inaudible sigh, Pally nodded "You may come along on our journey Fflewdur, but you will pull your own weight along the way".

Out of curiosity, Pally glanced over to where Minsyth and the two other figures stood now and appeared to be talking. She could not hear anything but the very faint buzz of conversation, but with the rising sun, could now see the three figures quite easily.  



"Fall down seven times, stand up eight"

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« Reply #53 on: November 22, 2003, 05:07:22 AM »

Minsyth smiled as the elf placed the bird on her shoulder. He was quite fond of animals but tried to be impartial of them for he has had some trouble with them in the past.

"Nice bird. How long have you had it?" he tried his best to sound truely interested for he was often mistaken with his tone of voice.

"...Life is a story waiting to be written. It is up to us to make it exciting and unforgetable..." - Shara

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« Reply #54 on: November 22, 2003, 05:53:22 AM »

"Nice bird. How long have you had it?"

Giglarania looked over at the man, and she smiled. She couldn't even remembered exactly when she had met Mh'rnn. "I do not remember, but I know that it has been quite a long time. We have been through much together, eh Mh'rnn?"

The bird looked at Minsyth and had a faceless expression. It is rare for a bird to smile or frown anyhow, but Mh'rnn's eyes were just dark and seemingly lifeless. When Giglar asked the question it let out a simple "coo" like a dove. Giglar smiled and then looked down the path again. "I suppose that we should go and greet your friends Minsyth?"

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« Reply #55 on: November 22, 2003, 03:24:22 PM »

"I do not remember, but I know that it has been quite a long time. We have been through much together, eh Mh'rnn?"

He chuckled for he knew that once one became attached to something, it was easy to forget about how much time had passed. He liked the bird's expressionless features, something that reminded him very much of his father, an always expressionless face except for on rare occasions a smile or chuckle would escape him.

"I suppose that we should go and greet your friends Minsyth?"

He nodded and turned the the other woman, "Shall we?"

"...Life is a story waiting to be written. It is up to us to make it exciting and unforgetable..." - Shara

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« Reply #56 on: November 25, 2003, 02:32:22 AM »

(OOC ACK! System failure, failed to change me to the right  character!)

Ah, thought Urse cheerfully, the great outdoors.  It was true he was a city dweller at heart, but every now and then it was nice to be in a place where the recently dead were not about to leap out at you, begging for help.

He opened up his sombre black cloak to reveal a shockingly yellow shirt.  He scratched himself and wondered if he had long to go to his destination, wherever that was.

He missed his orphans, he thought, though he knew they were in good hands with Fiore  He wouldn't have left them, but for the dream.

The white lady of his childhood, all those years ago, had appeared to him and asked (she never ordered, he liked that) him to go to the forests by the mountains by the sea.  He had asked where was that, of course and she told him that he would know.  And he had.

The next morning he had told Fiore he was going away, and he didn't know why, but it seemed like Querprur's business.  No, he told her, he didn't know when he was back, but several bakers would no doubt help.  He gave her a list of those who owed.

So now, here he was, in some forest he didn't know the name of.

Oh well, he chuckled, time for a practice. He burst into a rousing verse of "The Maiden and the Ram".  Far too obscene to sing to the orphans, some taverns even, but here with no-one but squirrels to be offended he let rip, even making some of the lighter rhymes more risque than usual.

"I have wrestled men, women, elves, dwarves, orcs and bears.  The only creature who I could not defeat is talking to you."

Edited by: Anastopheles  at: 11/24/03 18:34
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« Reply #57 on: November 25, 2003, 06:24:22 AM »

"Most deffinutly we shall" Felina said to the man, she looked at him and said, "I'm sorry for my presumtion, It seems that I was completly wrong. You seem to be a gentlemen, which is a rarety in these parts."   Felina was slightly worried, her attempt to confuse the man hadn't worked this worried her, 'Perhaps its because i'm out of practice.' She folowed on and indeed there was a young woman up ahead, 'Another elf? This woodland is full of them!'

Every time Europe looks acros the Atlantic to see the american eagle, it observes only the rear end of an ostrich.

Edited by: Felina Moska  at: 11/24/03 22:25
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« Reply #58 on: November 25, 2003, 10:57:22 AM »

"I'm sorry for my presumtion, It seems that I was completly wrong. You seem to be a gentlemen, which is a rarety in these parts."

He bowed, "Do not worry. Many have mistaken me in the past."

He escorted them to the rest of the group, finding that a drawf had appeared and seemed to be enjoying himself tremendously.  

"...Life is a story waiting to be written. It is up to us to make it exciting and unforgetable..." - Shara

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« Reply #59 on: November 26, 2003, 02:41:22 AM »

Urse yawned.  He was tired of singing, his voice was a strong as ever.  He pulled a piece of jerky form his bag and continued walking ahead, wondering as he chewed about his possible destination.

"Queprer waits...."

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