Lord_Of_The_LEGO wrote:Jerral nodded in satisfaction. Now all they could do was wait until they reached the mainland.
Lord_Of_The_LEGO wrote:It was a mistake. As soon as Dale was within the sword, so was Brugs, and the lethal weapon was off like a firecracker, swerving drunkenly down the street, half of it searching for victims, the other trying to prevent murder. It was only a matter of time before the first of many screams pierced the black night.
Markus started to curse again, but all who heard him were the nest of rats in the corner.
Commander Redbeard wrote:The sleet quickly turned to snow, wet snow, coming down harder then ever. The company found refuge in a copse of spruce, taking shelter under the thick branches. Only then, did they notice.
Peregal had disappeared.
lemon_squeezer2 wrote:Gasping, the man grasped the noble’s desk. “A mob. It’s an all out riot. They are advancing on the spire this moment.”
Lord_Of_The_LEGO wrote:"We hit a bloody iceberg at top speed!" cried Parna Phfleguer, desperately pulling the ship round to starboard, "We're sinking!"
"This this is unsinkable!" countered Jerral.
"Tell that to the bloody iceberg!"
She's right Jerral knew, and the ship's sink was all my fault...if only I had ordered a trimming of the sails...
"Phfleguer!" he shouted, coming to his senses, "Where are we headed?"
"To Glondur!" she cried, then added, "I hope..."
lemon_squeezer2 wrote:“In all my days…” The Lone Falcon trailed off.
Randolph looked on the scene shaking his head. “Riots do not occur spontaneously. Someone besides ourselves has a grudge against the current government. I have a feeling this is a mere prelude.”
In some ways, Randolph was right.
Formendacil wrote:Jayko looked at his new owners with trepidation. Then one lowered his hood, and Jayko felt a surge of panic. The angry face of Bernard Quorandis was glaring at him.
"All right, Falconensis," said Quorandis, grabbing Jayko's dirty tunic. "Where. Is. Elwen?"
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