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Posted Dec 2, '12 at 2:36pm

DaemonVeril

DaemonVeril

133 posts

The wind whispered past as an elusive but present shadow writhed and fluctuated, moving along the village streets through the night. The perceived sporadic movements were actually very well intentioned, moving slowly but surely towards the pub on the East side of town. As the shadow moved it thought to itself, "We have some knowledge of his intentions for them, although what they lead to is clouded... We will listen to their gathering, and decide our actions based upon the details..." and with this thought, the shadow continued its journey to the pub.
Upon its arrival, it stationed itself cunningly outside of their meeting room's window, which was sure to give it easy access to the words spoken throughout the proceeding conversations...

 

Posted Dec 2, '12 at 2:38pm

DaemonVeril

DaemonVeril

133 posts

Extremely sorry for the triple-post, it was unintentional. Now that I know how the quotes work it won't happen again, I promise.

 

Posted Dec 2, '12 at 6:24pm

samiel

samiel

355 posts

After the short lived silence of the crowd Samiel cast his violent merry gaze upon the red haired girl then stood and walked toward her.Standing over her like a giant Samiel looked furius at her for interupting the fun but then again Samiel was unpredictable in this way people were often unable to tell if he was joking or enraged so when Samiel had this expression on his face it was going to be fun or dreadful so people watched with anticipation."SO...........I hear your supposed to be cursed......then again."Samiel grinned and a collective sigh filled the pub."Never met man nor beast that could shut the likes of these mouths my highest honors to you las."Samiel said then turned to the bartender."Hey I feel generous today another round on me."The pub erupted into another explosion of cheers even louder this time.

 

Posted Dec 4, '12 at 6:36pm

StormWalker

StormWalker

3,663 posts

From the ceiling, Indigo watched. Indigo was not a human, though it had wondered what it was.
And then, it had found an old man who had given him a few simple words. "You, Indigo, are a radish. Not just any kind of radish, but a purple radish, and those are the best. Now go spy on those people in the bar. They're making too much noise, so they must be having a party. Go see what the party is about."
So Indigo went off to see. And now, there was a resounding shout from below that caused it to lose its grip. It fell wildly through the air, until it landed in something amber-colored. It stared up at the menacing, furry beast in front of it.
Indigo was radish to face with a beard.

 

Posted Dec 4, '12 at 6:37pm

StormWalker

StormWalker

3,663 posts

Oh sorry, I forgot to quotenize it.
Also I think that is more than 100 words. Sorry again.

 

Posted Dec 4, '12 at 8:46pm

Bronze

Bronze

2,337 posts

Broke was trying to get a feel for the room while the old man tried to build the suspense. Just tell us what you want already! There was a lot of noise coming back from the bar, and there was an unusually strong presence too. Broke also sensed something outside, leering through the window. And a vegetable? This pub was attracting too much attention, and Broke couldn't wait to see what happened next.

 

Posted Dec 5, '12 at 9:54pm

StormWalker

StormWalker

3,663 posts

Indigo panicked and flailed around wildly, sloshing liquid everywhere. The face the beard was attached to didn't noticed, and Indigo eventually manuevered itself out and onto the beard.
The bearded face still did not notice as the vegetable went crawling up the side of it, but it did notice when Indigo stopped to snack on some eyebrow hairs.
With a roar, the man grabbed at his face and flung the hapless vegetable across the room. Indigo's momentum was stopped by a large man's posterior as he bent over, and it (Indigo, not the posterior) careened back across the room, finally landing on top of a sleeping person's head. Safe, for now, anyway.

 

Posted Dec 6, '12 at 7:44pm

Hectichermit

Hectichermit

1,194 posts

Knight

well guys sorry if I haven't been posting anything but I might let ya'll take over this thread for a while, been busy in life so you might have to come up with the rest of the plot. Fell free to take over the characters I have came up with. I am not limiting what you can do with them.

The Old man snickers at the commotion and closes the door and enters the room. He looks at those who have gathered and says "Here is why I put out the advertisement for willing souls. There is a cavern guarded by an Ogre that is said to be the entrance to an ancient ruin. In this ruin lay an object that could be of very great use to me. I am willing to pay q hefty sum to those who can enter the ruins and retrieve this object. Any thing else you find along the way you can keep but here is a drawing of the object and a map to the cavern. It is at least a weeks travel to the cavern and is in a frigid climate. The payment is 200 gold pieces now and another 1000 upon the return with the object.

 

Posted Dec 6, '12 at 8:12pm

DaemonVeril

DaemonVeril

133 posts

If everyone would like to respond to this man (besides my character, of course) I would be willing to volunteer finishing this conversation at least, as the old man.

 

Posted Dec 9, '12 at 5:54pm

arcticwolf33

arcticwolf33

436 posts

hey, in this thread is there one big story that everyone continues, or does everyone have their own thing?

 
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