Chapter 2: The Journey to Lakeford

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Re: Chapter 2: The Journey to Lakeford

Post Wed Apr 30, 2014 8:20 am

Galen sings quietly for a bit before turning back into his bedroll:

The other day
I met a bear
Out in the woods
A-way out there

He said to me
“Why don’t you go?
I see you ain’t
Got any Bow”

And so I ran
Away from there
But right behind
Me was that bear

Ahead of me
I saw a tree
A great big tree
Oh glory be

The nearest branch
Was 10 feet up
I’d have to jump
And trust my luck

And so I jumped
Into the air
But I missed that branch
Away up there

Now don’t you fret
Now don’t you frown
Cause I caught that branch
On the way back down

The moral of
This story is
Don’t talk to bears
In running shoes

That’s all there is
There ain’t no more
So what the heck
You singing for?
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Re: Chapter 2: The Journey to Lakeford

Post Wed Apr 30, 2014 6:22 pm

Oleg proceeds to cut some meat from the second bear. "No point letting it all go to waste..."

With the camp resettled, the rest of Selene's watch is uneventful.

Muddle takes his watch, with Racht for company. The kobold is not the greatest of conversationalists, what with not speaking Common. At one point, Muddle hears an ominous whooshing sound, and would swear that a large shadow passed over the stars, but nothing comes of it.

Hamish's watch until sunrise is uneventful.
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Re: Chapter 2: The Journey to Lakeford

Post Sat May 03, 2014 8:20 am

Selene tosses and turns in her sleep.
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Re: Chapter 2: The Journey to Lakeford

Post Sat May 10, 2014 7:14 am

Unless anyone stops him, Oleg starts a fire and starts cooking a little breakfast for the party.

What are your plans for the next leg of your trip?
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Re: Chapter 2: The Journey to Lakeford

Post Sat May 10, 2014 10:15 am

The smell of breakfast cooking rouses Saeloria. "Mmmm...smells good. I'm rather famished after the excitement last night. We should eat quickly though and get moving again. Who knows who or what may have been alerted by our skirmish last night."
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Re: Chapter 2: The Journey to Lakeford

Post Mon May 12, 2014 6:50 am

Selene likes the idea of a quick breakfast before moving out.
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Re: Chapter 2: The Journey to Lakeford

Post Mon May 12, 2014 8:29 am

Hamish likes the idea of breakfast. Moving out is okay too, after he eats.
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Re: Chapter 2: The Journey to Lakeford

Post Mon May 12, 2014 9:55 am

Muddle wakes and says his prayers and prepares his sould for the days events. He then gets his gear packed up and once he is ready to go he gets some of that wonderful breakfast he'd been smelling. Afterwards he is ready to march on.
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Re: Chapter 2: The Journey to Lakeford

Post Fri May 16, 2014 6:49 pm

Everyone fed and readied, the party is ready to move. Bill points out a couple of game trails. One leads further south, away from Grenwood and the bandit base. The other cuts eastward, heading towards the road that runs south to Lakeford. Which way do you want to go?
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Re: Chapter 2: The Journey to Lakeford

Post Fri May 16, 2014 11:00 pm

Saeloria ponders a moment and then pipes up, "I say we take the one heading directly south. The bandits will probably monitor the road to Lakeford because it's easier which will give us maybe a day or two head start before they realize what's happened. Plus this is still heading towards Lakeford somewhat anyways." She looks around to see what the others think.
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