Guild: Average GnomIIes
Category: Bear/Functions/Obstacle Course
Ganner watched the man as he progressed through the ornate underground tunnels. So far he had followed him through crushing walls, jets of fire, trapdoors and the like. They now approached the final door, the way out, and said way out was far too open and accessible for Ganner's liking. This feeling was reinforced by the bones at the base one of the walls. So he waited and watched.
The other man also seemed rather wary, though not quite as much as Ganner. He approached the door slowly, looking left and right.
Ganner suddenly noticed that a few of the floor's tiles stuck up slightly, and that the other man was approaching one such protrusion. He had a feeling what this was...
The other contestant stepped onto the tile. There was a click from the wall next to him.
He looked up sharply...
...and before he could do so much as widen his eyes, five spears flew out from small holes in the decor. Two hit him full on, sending him toppling over with a yell. The other three sailed past him, sweeping the room for any other intruders. Now Ganner knew.
The now mortally wounded man crawled to the side, to the other wall, moaning something about the door. Why was he...? Ah. Hallucinogens. The spears were tipped with fast acting poison, causing the one struck with it to lose his sense of direction and sight, replacing it with wayward ones.
Ganner carefully picked his way across the room, glancing every now and then at the wall the spears had shot from.
By the time he reached the end of the corridor, nothing had happened. He'd made it. And with that, he turned and exited the catacombs.
Okay, not much, I know, but I only had a day to do it.
And the build. But hey - at least the function is awesome! Here's a video of it. (This is when it was a WIP).
For my first every complex function, I think this is pretty mindblowing. At the press of a tile, spears shoot out from a wall. Who would have thought? Aside from Steven Spielberg. :P
Anyways, thanks for viewing and please leave your feedback below!