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Once Upon a Time - A tale of True Dungeoneers 10 years 4 months ago #1

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Let's tell/write a story. I thought this idea might be fun and perhaps it will help us through the long cold winter ahead.<br /><br />Any forumite can join in whenever they feel like it by adding one sentence to the existing lines.<br />Always allow at least one person to post before you post again, but post often if you like.<br />Please keep this a clean and morally acceptable story for all audiences.<br />After a while we can revise it and clean up the interesting story ideas as a group project.<br />Any other ideas or comments?<br /><br />How about this for a start?<br /><br />I saw her silhouette in the sunlit tavern doorway, so I sat my tankard down to clear my hands.
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Re: Once Upon a Time - A tale of True Dungeoneers 10 years 4 months ago #2

As I did, I pondered but for a mere second, Is that the tarven Wench or the Villanous Leader of the Assasssin's Guild?
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Re: Once Upon a Time - A tale of True Dungeoneers 10 years 4 months ago #3

"Only one way to find out," I mutter as I slowly rise from my repast and advance on my next refreshment.

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Re: Once Upon a Time - A tale of True Dungeoneers 10 years 4 months ago #4

By mere chance, as I made my way through the crowd, I happened to glance at the oddly carved and disturbingly angled wooden frieze that adorned the doorframe.
"Be excellent to each other." - Bill S. Preston, Esq.

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Re: Once Upon a Time - A tale of True Dungeoneers 10 years 4 months ago #5

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<br />I had felt the Eldritch energy and seen the archaic runes around the doorframe as I entered, this could get very interesting.
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Re: Once Upon a Time - A tale of True Dungeoneers 10 years 4 months ago #6

As I approached, she moved forward into the doorway, still cloaked in shadow.  The runes on the doorframe started glowing brightly, and her silhouette began to shift and grow, taking on a distinctly reptilian form.  

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Re: Once Upon a Time - A tale of True Dungeoneers 10 years 4 months ago #7

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Magical energies passed through the tavern like a whisper, but it didn't feel like fear.
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Re: Once Upon a Time - A tale of True Dungeoneers 10 years 4 months ago #8

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<br />Shapeshifting reptiles and Eldritch magic were way out of my league; I ducked behind the sturdy bar.
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Re: Once Upon a Time - A tale of True Dungeoneers 10 years 4 months ago #9

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Grabbed the wand of disintegration I found there, jumped back up and turned her into a pile of dust.
I am The EVIL One!<br /><br />======<br /><br />Death to all fanboys!<br />Cast "Animate Dead" on all fanboy corpses!<br />Death to all fanboy zombies!<br />Repeat.<br /><br />======<br /><br />

Seriously dude.  This is a better place without you.  Why don't you go back to where ever it is that you came from.

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Re: Once Upon a Time - A tale of True Dungeoneers 10 years 4 months ago #10

And that is when I woke up: cold, alone, and weaponless in an Ara'hzag prison cell...again.
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Re: Once Upon a Time - A tale of True Dungeoneers 10 years 4 months ago #11

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I cautiously sat up as I looked around. I had only one companion; I had never seen anything like it before.
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Re: Once Upon a Time - A tale of True Dungeoneers 10 years 4 months ago #12

A very strange lookin rat. It's fur seemed to be constantly be changing, like a chamelion.
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