[Taocow PBEM] [Lady Frost, Alex] Book 3 - Chapter VI - Down Another Rabbit Hole OOC
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Fri Sep 2 20:19:15 UTC 2011
I'm going to wait for Lady Frost's post. It does appear that Koba's
player has become non-responsive for now.
On 31/08/2011 11:12 AM, Kitsune wrote:
> On 08/29/2011 15:55, Aaron Clausen wrote:
>> [Father Montessoro]
>> "It is Faerie territory now," Father Montessoro replies. "I will,
>> however, instruct my brethren here to do what they can."
>> He begins to follow Lady Frost. "And now to our task at hand. Sir
>> Edmund, I beg of you to leave now and make your way back to the
>> meeting place. If all goes well, I shall return with your lost company
>> in a few hours. If not, then give my regards to the King."
>> He beckons to Alex. "I recommend you come with us. Waiting for us
>> above ground may become exceptionally dangerous very soon. The faeries
>> are wrathful, and will not care much whether you are Splugorth minions
>> or just passerbyers."
>> [OOC: Assuming Alex comes...]
>> Again Alex and Lady Frost enter the tunnel. Father Montessoro, despite
>> his armor, moves very quietly. He pulls out a flashlight to illuminate
>> their way down the stairs and through the tunnel. He urges great
>> speed, clearly wanting to get to the knights as soon as possible.
>> After several minutes of travel through the tunnel, they suddenly hear
>> cries of fear at the other end. "Come!" cries the priest, pulling an
>> energy pistol out in one hand and a cross-shaped vibro-dagger in the
>> A minute later they are into the cavern, looking down on the Dwarf
>> gate below, and out a pool at its feet several tree thick tentacles
>> grabbing at knights, a few curved black teeth surfacing out of the
>> water and nashing with the sound of a hundred steel knives.
>> [/Father Montessoro]
> "Damn, my luck. . . ." She stops, "I guess I am at least not with them."
> The ranger carefully aims her rifle at one of the tentacles and fires a
> three round burst.
> Her thoughts are that at least this might make up for having shot at
> them in the first place although she is careful to not verbally say it.
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