As though this should some it all up, he turns away and starts heading for the Sheriff's Office. The only clue of remorse he shows is when he turns his head to view the gallows, and pumps his shotgun in one final threatening gesture to the Wolves.
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Church walks up next to Genzina and sighs. "I'll avenge you. Your death will not be in vain, for our chances of finding the wolves have now increased thanks to your death." With that, church picks up his staff and whacks random objects in case they're werewolves.
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Blood closes his eyes as Gezina is lynched, already guessing that she's a villager. He turns away and looks around at the crowd. "Despicable. Killing an innocent teenager because she threw a rock and you thought she was a werewolf. You should all be ashamed!" Blood seems more sad than angry, however, and slowly walks home, giving a last glare in the general direction of King of Griffins.
Blood shakes his head and walks into his house, sighing.
With a sleepy look in her eyes, Ms E enters the middle of town near to sunset. "Wha-?! I missed an entire day? The entire first day? SNAP!" She notices the hanging body of Gezina. "Oh, snap..." She shakes her head.
Ah! I missed my first day! Great Walrus guard my head!
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What do you get when you cross Star Wars, Star Trek, OD&D, and percentile rolls, and jumble it up in a big pot of surrealism? This game right here.
Originally Posted by The_Librarian
Altharis' crown is beautiful in its simplicity, a symbol of understated elegance and a sign that this man is both aware of his power and his responsibilities; the sort of guy Spider-Man would like to have a drink with.
Joosbawx watches the hanging of Gezina and then turns in silendce to return to his gardens for the last few minutes of daylight before the sun sets. As he turns to close the gate he eyes King of Griffins for a moment before turning to enter his home and lock the door behind him.
I am greatly sorry I haven't talked much this day, but it was as obvious to me as to Lucky that Gez wasn't the wolf. Lucky, I'm sorry for pointing at you and insulting you. You obviously have more common sense then the rest.
(With that Gralamin enters his house, and goes to sleep)
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So what exactly are the rules for the monk and the rogue then? I thought the only thing the rogue had was that they could escape death, while the monk's only ability seems to be that he can't be raised or protected, even though he's a good guy, which actually makes it worse to be the monk than to be a villager!
Originally Posted by Shadowcaller
Damn Jontom and his twisting logic that make sense.
Originally Posted by banjo1985
Nothing personal JX, I just know how completely devious and brilliant you are at these games when you have the time to devote to them.
Originally Posted by banjo1985
All I'll say is that Jontom is a master at these games ... the blue guy with the spiky teeth can be very persuasive.
Everyone gathers in the town square and all the heads are counted. Two are missing; Captain van der Decken and Zonac. A search of the village finds the good captain...or at least his body. It's quite clear that he has been hit by some kind of powerful magic. A search of his body reveals a holy symbol in the shape of a sun disc. Looking in Zonac's hut, his body is found in a similar gruesome fashion as Deckmaster's. A spellbook is found which is titled "Evocation for Dummies." A mysterious spell called Hadoken is bookmarked.
Captain van der Decken, a villager and the Cleric, was killed by the Evoker Zonac.
Zonac, a villager and an Evoker Wizard, was eaten by wolves.