[Taocow PBEM] Book 3 - Chapter XV - Wales

Peter Perkins riftsgm at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 11 19:42:16 UTC 2014

"I will go with you on the scouting mission I absorbed plenty of energy from the line to help out."
On Wed, 6/11/14, Kitsune <kitsunefx at netzero.net> wrote:

 Subject: Re: [Taocow PBEM] Book 3 - Chapter XV - Wales
 To: "The Tao of Cow Rifts PBEM" <taocowpbem at zork.net>
 Date: Wednesday, June 11, 2014, 12:38 PM
 On 06/11/2014 00:25,
 Aaron Clausen wrote:
 > [Ithdalkal]
 > The Blind Warrior
 woman interjects. "I do not know Anne's race, but I
 > do know the Splugorth trade with many
 races. It is as Anne says; the 
 Splugorth are wicked, but they do represent one of the
 > greatest trading
 networks, and many worlds, good and evil, out of 
 > necessity, must work with them. And if you
 should distrust her, then 
 > you should
 distrust me, for I am a Minion, a servant up to a few days
 > ago. Perhaps, being on good terms with
 Lord Splynn, she may be of some 
 > use to
 > [/Ithdalkal]
 "I don't worry too much, I just wanted
 to ask directly," Alex responds. 
 "I could be some deep cover agent for the
 Coalition after all. Granted, 
 I am not that
 good, but could all be part of the trick."
 > [GM]
 The conversation is interrupted by the leyline ship starting
 to move, 
 > heading back towards the ley
 line. Soon enough it is back on the ley 
 > line, and moving westward towards Wales at
 great speed, leaving behind 
 > the Abbey,
 the Kydians, and, at least for the moment pursuit.
 > In fact, for the
 first time since the Millennium Tree, everyone can 
 > relax, or at least try to. The ship moves
 through the night, through a 
 > land of
 snow-covered trees and hills; entering the land that was
 > Wales around midnight.
 > It is after dawn that
 Neeson comes to the company and informs them "We 
 > may have a problem."
 > She leads them on
 deck and let's them look through a telescope. In the 
 > distance is the walls of some great stone
 city, dug out of a round 
 > Welsh
 mountain. But while the city looks like it could host
 > if not thousands, it looks
 deserted, and thin columns of smoke rise 
 > from it.
 > "This is where the cold iron you seek
 is kept." Need on says. "But I 
 > fear the worst, and do not wish to get any
 > [/GM]
 "Maybe hit the ground and walk from here
 while you stay back?" the 
 suggests. "Maybe we can find some of the cold iron on
 our own."
 "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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