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RE: In the INN
by The Bane on Sun, 30 Mar 2008 20:34

Bane walked over to where the bull was bashing brazenly, "Woe.. hey big fella... woe already, we want to talk to you..." Bane was unsure if his words had reached the Rampaging Rawhide. Bane interlocked his and cracked his boney knuckles by thrusting his arms forward and out. He prepared himself to have to lash a Shadowy Tendril through the bulls nose ring, assuming he had one, to calm him down a bit if need be.

Don't know how we feel about player cliches vs player cliches or if it would be better to RP it?

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RE: In the INN
by Angus the Minotaur on Mon, 31 Mar 2008 08:32

That's pitiful, OOC.

"Woe.. hey big fella... woe already, we want to talk to you..."

Angus snorted and glared at the man with his red, flaring eyes and marched toward the slaughter house.

The last of the very few Carnivores were in the kitchen, barricaded in from when they saw the Minotaur destroying the world outside. A table was thrown onto its side to block the aisle and men in grimy clothes manned the barricade. Angus snorted a few times and roared before charging. It was with his powerful legs, he crossed the kitchen in three steps. Bringing his axe up he lashed out and (Maddened Rage vs Inn Carnivores ) terrified the cooks and bus boys.

His blade gouged the ceiling, carving a long crevice as he brought Haexlax down to cleave a fat man in half from skull to pelvis. The men and boys ran from the destroyed man and table throwing their knives and cleavers and mops and brooms. With the men and adult-wannabes running down a narrow path, Angus saw that a charge would do the trick. Lining his head and spine, the Minotaur rushed down the aisle plowing over and squiring male humans in his call for bloody justice.

A few men escaped at the end of the gangway, spreading out at a massive opening where the bovines were being kept. A sideways chop cut down three to his right, leaving two running in between the cows and out of the back entrance.

In a final burst of speed, Angus rushed the last two, tossing his axe at one to cleave him in two, and to grab and tear in half the other one. The carnivores were dead.

And Angus finally cooled off. “Aaah,” he said with a smile as he wrenched his axe from its last corpse. “Justice is served.”

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RE: In the INN
by RPGuruPM MemberMember Profile on Mon, 31 Mar 2008 09:03

OOC: Up to you guys if you want to battle cliches, anything you do will be good for solid characterization.

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RE: In the INN
by evilbenevil on Tue, 1 Apr 2008 22:44

"Arr, Pardon me Mister Minotaur, but we might be in need of your services. It seems there is something of interest below the floor, and I think there might be some carnivores down there hiding as well."

Picaroon hopped he was right and that the slight bluff would help speed things along, and that there wasn't another way out of the cellar.

OOC- I hope you guys wern't waiting for me. If so sorry :)

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RE: In the INN
by The Bane on Sat, 5 Apr 2008 22:07

"Yes, perhaps there is some carnivores down there." Bane said as he thought 'More than just beef eaters at that, if I don't miss you guess.'

ooc - Not waiting on you, waiting on myself actually. Long work days.

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RE: In the INN
by Angus the Minotaur on Sat, 5 Apr 2008 23:30

"Oh?" Angus says, his temper beginning to simmer again. "What makes you so sure?"

Angus hefts his axe onto his shoulder and gives an abrupt snort.

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NICE!
by RPGuruPM MemberMember Profile on Sun, 6 Apr 2008 01:03

OOC (and I mean Out of Character not Oskar Ortiz Cespedes): Nice banter, the moderator is amused!

No reason! (3d6): 4, 4, 2 = 10

Beat that and there is the next move, appropriate/inappropriate cliches WILL formulate the next scene! Who says that Risus can't be played wrong?

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RE: In the INN
by The Bane on Sun, 6 Apr 2008 12:56

Bane pointed at the door in the floor, "What makes me think so?"

From force of Will, the Warlock commands a voice to come forth, 'Beef! Let there be meat for the meager masses, massacre the minotaur! Mwah ha ha!'

"There be the bane of all branded bovine!" Bane said with a wink to the Rogue.

'That should do it,' Bane thought to himself, 'who says Warlocks lack Wits?'

The Bane (4d6): 2, 2, 5, 3 = 12

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RE: In the INN
by evilbenevil on Mon, 7 Apr 2008 08:02

"Sounds like beef eaters to me, not to mention that there might be some booty worth taking a look at. Arr" Picaroon hopped that the big guy was interested in treasure hunting as well as offing meatatarians.

Master of Disguise (3) 3d6: 4, 2, 4 = 10 vs the random factor

A tie, what do we do with ties again I don't have the rules handy...

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RE: In the INN
by Angus the Minotaur on Mon, 7 Apr 2008 09:55

Angus looks at the trap door from which the voice shouted its beef-hating call. Gripping his axe tightly, (Maddened Rage vs No Reason! ) Angus looks at both of the men in front of him and breaths heavily.

"Let me through."

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Since
by RPGuruPM MemberMember Profile on Mon, 7 Apr 2008 21:54

Alright Angus you beat the others so you get the monologue of victory, ala the great RPG 'The Pool'. Way totally open for ya.

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RE: In the INN
by The Bane on Mon, 7 Apr 2008 23:00

Bane winked at Pica and whispered, "That went well I thought...", and almost as an afterthought continued at normal tone... "What was that about booty? The bodacious bouncing booty I had my eager eye on earlier, up and R.U.N.D.O.F.F when 'The Blocker' here," pointing at Angus, "started his rampage!"

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RE: In the INN
by Angus the Minotaur on Tue, 8 Apr 2008 10:35

Angus looked back and glared at Pica and Bane. "Would you like to be at the brunt of my rampage?" the minotaur growled.

He looked for a challenging look in their eyes and moved on toward the door. Bringing the sharp edge of Haexlax down on the wood from his shoulder, Angus readied to open up the floor and assault the meat eaters. They would pay for killing his bovine brethren and sisters.

Lifting his axe above his head, Angus crashed his axe through the trap door, splintering the wood and metal inward. Light stabbed through the shadows and showed a man frightened for his life. In a scream, he scrambled off of the floor and ran into the darkness. From what Angus could see, there was nothing down there but massive kegs of wine, beer, ale, and meed. A lot of dust had been thrown up in the man's haste to escape.

A few more hacks at the wood turned the trap door into a deep hole.

Swiveling his horned head, Angus huffed again. "Come on."

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RE: In the INN
by evilbenevil on Tue, 8 Apr 2008 21:08

Not wasting any time and to not be considered a target, Picaroon went over to the hole that used to be a door, collected his dagger that had been keeping it closed and followed the bull man into the basement.

"Arr, lets see what they been keeping in the cellar."

Picaroon looked about the torch lit room and his keen rogue eyes detected the massive, obvious, double doors on the north side of the room.

"It looks like that be the path me maties..." Picaroon siad softly and pointed out the door in case anyone missed them.

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From below
by Farmagnuor on Tue, 8 Apr 2008 21:22

The three heroes moved into the cellar, and a wide room 20 orc fee by 50 orc feet opened around them. The bricks were a solid mud- clay and torches rippled every 10 orc feet. There did not seem to be anyone about, but scraps of bone and miscelaneous armor lay strewn about. Kegs stood in various places, but the walls also looked as if they were mashed or clawed my something.

A torch lay on its side, revealing the dead face of an escaping customer.

Two huge double doors of imposing wood opened to a passageway to the north.

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