|From:||Dungeon Master |
|Date:||Tue 20 Jul 1993 17:31|
Borack is the first one to move this round, and manages to keep the slaver on
the ground. Therefore, I'll assume everyone else will proceed with their
previous plans to incapacitate him. The slaver being an easy target while he
is in his awkward position, everyone makes a successful attack against him.
Malcolm strikes first, with a rather bizarre punch that hits the slaver's
shoulder. Aardvarkin decides to join in on the fun - and it does look fun -
since attempting the famous "Guy Smiley" maneuvre in such close quarters would
be dangerous to the other characters. The thief swings, and hits the nearly
helpless opponent with a rabbit punch. Ivan makes a wild swing which just
grazes the slaver leader, his armor absorbing most of the impact. Carideth,
too, swings wildly at the man but doesn't seem to cause much damage.
The slaver's reaction to this bullying is difficult to guage, but he does seem
to be making an effort to retaliate. By the end of all the attacks, he once
again begins to attempt to get to his feet, another successful pull or trip
attack being required to knock him down again. Malcolm suggests that a
stronger person attempt to hold him permanently while the others try to knock
Just as he is pulling himself to his feet once again, a few of you notice a
silhouette of a robed figure approaching in your general direction. It is
impossible to make out any details in the dark and from so far away. He does
not seem to be moving very fast, and he appears to be holding something. He
should make it to you within a minute or two.
Oh, and yes, Carideth, No Quirks obediently trots off in search of the
prisoner, which he finds a hundred yards to the south.
|/ungeon | |aster
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