Suddenly happy that Will isn't with them.Solomoriah wrote:Or at least, join him...
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We'll see about that! Evil DM grins all over the place!Nazim wrote:Suddenly happy that Will isn't with them.Solomoriah wrote:Or at least, join him...
I'll let Tommy make the next move. I may have done more to him than he wanted lol. Now that we are on the boat, I don't know if he will want to just sit tight or try to move inside. Suicidal types that we are
Thanks I appreciate that lol
I'm watching you guys. Maybe that's why you have the feeling you're watched.
Well quit that, your giving me the creeps
If you are watching, can you tell us if anyone is creeping up behind us?
Several bogeymen.Hywaywolf wrote:If you are watching, can you tell us if anyone is creeping up behind us?
Bogeymen are ok, just as long as they are not Germans,Nazim wrote:Several bogeymen.
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I found the missing post, on DF. Oops. Here's what I posted there, just in case you are curious:
Simon Lars climbed the ladder set into the aft edge of the conning tower, and pulled himself up under the railing. The sailor on duty was watching off to the starboard side, toward the river, and seemed to suspect nothing. Simon didn't find sneaking up behind the Nazi at all hard, given the noise of the frogs and insects all around him; but as he moved to garotte the sailor, the wire snagged on his button. Furiously yet silently he worked to free it, expecting the sailor to turn around any moment and catch him, but amazingly the other man seemed oblivious to everything.
You wouldn't believe the die rolls.
At last the wire came free, and Simon did the deed, strangling the sailor until he passed out.
Below, Tommy heard the muffled sounds of the struggle, but could not see what happened. He was about to look when he heard what he was sure was a footstep in the rushes at the riverbank.
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