[Taocow PBEM] [Vesper, Alex, Oz and Ithdalkal] Book 3 - Chapter XIV - Belmont Abbey
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Thu Apr 3 15:12:00 UTC 2014
Vesper would have pointed out what things were since he can sense dimensions even small ones like d pockets etc. He certainly could have directed Alex towards them. In fact he would have quickly assessed what might be useful to the others and pointed those items out.
On Thursday, April 3, 2014 6:56 AM, Kitsune <kitsunefx at netzero.net> wrote:
The Ex-Ranger responds, "I will help but I don't need much."
If directed to help with anything, she is willing to help but otherwise
is most concerned with the military situation.
ooc: A few dimensional pocket, maybe a belt with pouches, would be
useful but she would not know to ask. She does not know much about magic.
On 04/01/2014 17:07, Aaron Clausen wrote:
> When everyone steps through the portal, they find themselves outside
> of a rather odd building. It looks to have been
> carved, or, considering the very smooth and rounded lines of the
> building, possibly grown from living rock. It is a two story structure
> with several doors and windows, none round or square and all at odd
> angles and in strange shapes. A sign above what probably is the main
> door (which is five-sided) is neon and announces it as "Keldon and
> Sons Magic and Items of Interest". There appears to be no electrical
> cable leading between the sign, which seems to float about six inches
> of the wall of the building, and the building itself.
> Up and down the street people are quickly beginning to panic. Clearly
> those that did not know of the invasion, now know there is one, likely
> due to Alex's radio broadcast. A number of citizens, still putting on
> their armor, are forming into a militia of some kind. There are no
> Splugorth Minions in sight, but down the street a building is burning,
> and tracers from gunfire can be seen in the evening sky. Still, it
> presently seems contained to a single area of the town and hasn't
> Keldon pays little attention to what goes on around him. He bursts
> through the door. Inside two D-Bees that look nearly identical to
> Keldon are hastily throwing scrolls and various other items into a
> number of odd, silvery boxes that ought to have, by now, been filled.
> Keldon is literally crying by this point. "Seventy years work done and
> gone!" he says miserably. "Hurry up lads," he says to the two other
> squiddish D-Bees. "If those Splugorth have any skill at all, they will
> be able to at least get a general idea of where our friend's portal
> took us."
> He turns back to Oz, Vesper and Alex. "You can have whatever you want
> from this shop, providing you can grab it in about sixty seconds,
> providing you take the three of us and the contents of these boxes
> with us."
> The Archbishop, who has been hanging back, is outraged. "You'll accept
> this... this shopkeeper's offer, but my offer is spurned?"
> The Sergeant radios Oz. "We're on board, sir. Mr. Smythe and Lady
> Louissa are here. Awaiting your instructions."
> Quite suddenly the gun fire stops, and in its place sounds like the
> heavy pounding of feet down the street.
"those who burn books will, in the end, burn people."
- Written by Poet Heinrich Heine whose books were burned
by the Nazis
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