Damn Offline Reader..
|From:||Dungeon Master |
|Date:||Tue 24 Aug 1993 11:44|
I attempted to post a message with the "newly-registered DLGQWK offline
reader" but apparently it didn't ever get around to being processed. So here
is what happens:
Ah, interesting discussion here. I'm glad you people are
getting to know each other better. However, there are always
loopholes.. you can always say it's dishonourable to steal
from the dead, or that it's honourable to backstab an ogre if
you know for a fact that there's no way you can defeat
him in hand-to-hand combat and that if he went on living
he'd destroy hundreds more of those innocent little
villagers.. etc etc.. Carideth is beginning to remind me of
a cross between a certain Solamnic knight and a certain
illegitimate half-elf... :)
But.. back to the story. Malcolm cautiously pushes the
door open, muttering a prayer to his god. No sooner has the
door been open just a crack than it flies open the rest of the
way, pushed open by the mighty force of the wind rushing
out. Malcolm stubles forward, and another spider, much
bigger than the one you just encounters, leaps onto him and
sinks its deadly fangs into the helpless priest's back.
Malcolm makes no action other than to sternly say,
"Someone get this gods-damned spider off of me!". You
can see him struggling to push the attacking arachnid off of
him but it is clear that the spider outweighs him by far.
... Cats are smarter than dogs... You won't see eight cats pulling a sled.
___ Blue Wave/QWK v2.12
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