Everything about Illarion that fits nowhere else. / Alles über Illarion was inhaltlich in kein anderes Board passt.
Vigalf looks at the glowing parchment. After unsuccesfull trys to rip it down he takes a big piece of leather and pins it over the parchment.
damned mage-idiots hurting a tree, without using it!
poor befouled tree..."
he cuts down the tree and burns it.
It seems as she would feel every move of the knife which was cutting in the bark of the old oak and the burning tree in the Nordmark.
This creatures are more uninterested in nature as i can believe. But they all will learn soon what it means to challenge mother nature - they will coming on her knees and beg to stop the refuse of the nature towards life -
Ashayen wrote: As for the fear-part, sadly most of the people of gobaith seem to have gone through an anti-fear therapy, all what they probably fear is being called a coward by his friends. Is there a hidden fear-attribute in the account, which i couldn't find yet and is probably set up to 0 by everyone? *sighs and goes searching*
Thats not quite what I was getting at.LifeWonder wrote:Well Nalzy-walzy, thing is there were about 6-10 demons, so they were -meant- for us to battle as a little "warm up" for the upcoming quest. I guess a bunch of undead would have done better.
Interesting one right here. I picked this one out, because it is exactly not what is usually wished for. No problem ofcourse, I perfectly understand that players think this. But we never have intended paths in quests. Sure, sometimes we do have a general direction, but we can always improvise. Never go the way the GMs direct you to, unless that is within what your char would do. If your char would sneak around the houses when there are 2 demons talking, attempting to overhear the conversation or perhaps to backstab them, then that is okay too.I attempted to follow what I thought the GMs had intended.
When I did an english #me, everyone ignored it and I needed twice the time to write it.