Lemon_Squeezer2 wrote:Grid: L-9
Location: Château de’ Lumburg
It had been four years now. Four years of decadence and decay, all under the eyes of a dying man. Richard IV was finally dying. Well, he was his brother, but still – he had done a miserable job as king. Now things could be set right.
Robert sat out in the main hallway. The door opposite him was the Richard’s bedchamber where he now slept in a coma. The heir apparent shook his head. For four years the treasury had dwindled as the nobility began to show signs of outward rebellion, taking the tax income for themselves. Only a few outwardly claimed they served the king, and even those could not be trusted.
And then there was the army, if you could call it that. With little pay and no training, many had deserted, roaming Dametreos as mercenaries. Even worse was the state of the navy. Fifteen years ago, piracy had all been eradicated by the Crusader navy which had once boasted magnificent ships of the line, armed with two decks of bastillas. Now most had been sold for scrap, and those that remained rotted at the wharf. Worst of all was the economy. Food shortages were rampant, and the unusually heavy winter only compounded the problem. To travel the roads at night was an invitation to be robbed, and last year renegade Falcons had even begun to burn villages. It was truly surprising that no one had tried to invade – even the Eastern Knight Kingdomer’s could have walked over them.
As the hours went by and morning turned to dusk, Robert continued to formulate his plans. Once king, things would be set right.
lemon_squeezer2 wrote:Don't worry Mike - I will try to work on character development alot more - I simply find it easier to write background events instead of actual conversations
Sorry, Sir Dillon, I hope someone's replied to you by now.
Sir Dillon wrote:Sorry, Sir Dillon, I hope someone's replied to you by now.
what do you mean? You only posted 3 min. after me
anyway, here is my caracter:
At a small trading post near the edge of the desert Lord Void had demanded a mount, and when the wizened old man had not recognized Lord Void and refused with out payment, Lord Void had killed him and his wife with a flesh-searing blast. Then after raiding their white-domed hut,
lemon_squeezer2 wrote:Awesome job on you latest post Nate - it's good to see Void is back. For some reason he is so - likeable...
lemon_squeezer2 wrote:Also, do I smell another movie tribute?At a small trading post near the edge of the desert Lord Void had demanded a mount, and when the wizened old man had not recognized Lord Void and refused with out payment, Lord Void had killed him and his wife with a flesh-searing blast. Then after raiding their white-domed hut,
Lord_Of_The_LEGO wrote:the only question is, who will die next?
TheOrk wrote:I have a new character he is an NPC I added him because there weren't many people in the Legoland Hierarchy, and its just easier for everybody.
LEGO-las wrote:Could somebody post links to the recaps? I'm desperate!
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