[Taocow PBEM] Chapter IX - The King Of The River
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Tue Dec 18 17:41:18 GMT 2007
--- Alex Bayne <hayden.bayne at gmail.com> wrote:
> Sialillion walks outside a bit after the others. As
> soon as she sees the
> bloody body, she flinches and then looks away. She
> doesn't react any
> "Not much for subtlety, it would seem." she says "I
> think we can be certain
> that K'murd-faka's agents are right at our heels.
> Best we leave as soon as
> > Bongo shakes his head sadly. "I hope we didn't
> bring this on these
> > people."
> > He turns to Alex. "Remember the song at the
> > "Twas a day in bright June, when the sun
> was so bright,
> > the Reaver came calling, and our lands
> turned to blight.
> > 'Pon farms and dales and even the womb,
> > The Reaver brought death, destruction and
> > Now kings and queens and serfs all alike,
> > Were soon enslaved and cast into night.
> > And from the shores of the Hudson there
> rose such a cry,
> > Of fear and despair at this horrible time.
> > And the Reaver's army marched upon our fair
> > And threatened to burn all about us right
> > But out of the North, in a land by the sea,
> > Akirax the Wolfen did hear of our need.
> > And so he came down with sword and with
> > And as he took to the field the summer sun
> > And in a final pitched battle Akirax did
> call to
> > the Reaver, and he demanded 'I lay a
> challenge upon you!'
> > And the Reaver did come, his sword and
> armor all black,
> > And to some it did seem that Akirax might
> turn back.
> > But the Wolfen prince was no coward, 'tis
> > And lifting his glave he rode right on
> > The hoards of the demon and they cowered
> with fright,
> > For Akirax was transformed into a terrible
> > 'To Rath-Iren return, demon of Hell!'
> > Brave Prince Akirax did loudly yell.
> > And sword met sword with bone-wrenching
> > And steel did join, and loudly it sang.
> > Prince Akirax was victorious that glorious
> > And the Reaver's soul fled somewhere far
> > And in the years that passed, when Akirax
> grew old,
> > The Reaver's sword he held in his hands
> dead and cold."
> > "I'll wager that's the K'murd-faka, that
> white-skinned demon that keeps
> > chasing us."
> > [/Bongo]
> Sialillion listens intently to Bongo's song, quite
> impressed. "Well
> delivered, Dog Boy." she offers as praise.
Talas, not even trying to hide his rage, turns to Sia
"Lady Sialillion, tell my, did those two hooded men we
saw before have any thing to do with this?"
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