The group had started a fire and were getting ready for the night.
They sent Aorath back as a sweeper.
Then they sent Kaylorn and Koen ahead to scout.
Then the hunting party, Eredain, Honeydew, and Thr˛rur prepared to depart.
Kaylorn and Koen had made good headway on the group.
"I wonder if we'll come across any trees or orcs," Kaylorn commented.
"Probably," reploied Koen. "Let's have a bet. If we come across trees first, you can haul the pack horse around for two days. If we come across anything else, I will"
"You're on," Kaylorn said.
Sunndenly the group heard a loud noise. "Let's go!" Koen yelled.
They both drew their swords and charged in the direction of the noise.
The hunting group had been walking for a half hour, and had not come across anything yet.
Then a large bird bolted across the forest.
Honeydew quickley fired his crossbow.
He only winged the bird, but the bolt was heavy enough that it was incapacitated.
Eredain finished it off with one arrow.
Thr˛rur walked over to pick it up while Honeydew reloaded.
Then, several branches grabbed Thr˛rur. He yelled as he was hoisted up.
Eredain fired several shots at the tree, but they had no effect.
Honeydew quickly tried to reload.
Then Kaylorn and Koen came running over.
They both charged the tree.
"Go, Eredain," yelled Honeydew. "Get the others!"
Thr˛rur tried to fight the branches, as they were suffocating him.
Eredain went running as fast as he could.
He stopped on a rock for a moment, then saw a sight that made his heart soar.
The pack horse, Ahkana, had broken free from her bonds and was running wildly through the forest.
Eredain ran towards her, but this frightened her more and she ran faster.
But Eredain was used to this sort of thing, and quickly mounted up on her.
He placed himself in the saddle and grabbed the reins, stopping her and turning her around.
He reached the camp in no time.
"We're under attack!" he yelled, and dropped the bow and quiver to grab his sword.
He then rode back to the fight.
The rest of the group grabbed their weapons and followed him.
Eredain got back to the site and looked around.
Kaylorn was hacking at the tree's roots.
Koen was trying to climb it and slash at it.
Honeydew had reloaded and fired several times, and was aiming for another shot.
Thr˛rur had changed his position and was still trapped.
The Wanderer had joined them and was firing his bow.
Eredain dismounted and attacked.
An arrow slammed into the tree's trunk, and Eredain turned to see Suiouthoun.
Beregond and Arya were charging the tree.
Then, one of Suiouthoun's knives slashed through the branches holding Thr˛rur
He fell and landed on Koen and the group retreated.
Back at the camp, the group talked about ways to go.
Thr˛rur walked over to Suiouthoun.
He stopped for a minute, as if trying to find the right words.
Finally, he nodded and walked off.
Suiouthoun watched him go, and he laughed to himself.
Then he walked over to join the rest of the group.
They were discussing taking the downs.
"I know of a secret shortcut thrugh the forest," he said. "We could take that."
Rauron walked back to the camp.
He could smell breakfast, and it made his mouth water.
There was a sentry, and he let him through.
He was near the campfire.
One of the men moved over for him.
He told them what he had seen
"I'll go tell the boss," Fuoy, another one of the men, said.
He got up and left.
Garg was near a tree, studying a map.
Fuoy walked up to him.
"Boss," said Fuoy. "Rauron said he saw a village nearby."
"Did he?" Garg replied.
Okay, the choices are:
Old Forest: You can go through the Barrow-downs, continue through the forest, or take the way Suiouthoun metioned. Every way is very dangerous!
Yapdap, you need to decide if you want to sack the village or not.
I'm confused, if I have commented on the latest episode, then why would I have to comment on the others. What I'm saying is if an episode has already been posted than I can't really tell you what I want my character to do because I already know what he's going to do
I like it
Aidan Moon (out of town until July 14)
July 14, 2011
I'll go through the barrow downs.
I'm such a good horseback rider! Really! ;)
Hmm... I'd have to say the barrow downs, a nice change of scenery, and it follows the Fellowship of the ring's path. (If we do go to the barrow downs, it would be interesting if we came across an open barrow, to be more specific the one Frodo, Sam, Merry, and Pippin got trapped in :D)