LOM: A Small Task Part 2 . The biggest MOC I have posted on here yet. Some parts of it are rough, but I tried my best with the bricks that were available.
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As we approached the old fort I pulled a crossbow bolt from my quiver-belt.
"Brace yourselves!" commanded Lindnr.
"One last thing, men. We might not survive. But I'll be damned if we don't take down as many of these lowlifes as we can before we die!" drilled Lindnr.
By now we were all pumped. The brothers went one way while Lindnr and I went another.
I loaded my crossbow and we started to walk.
A familiar appeared. It's summoner was unknown. Lindnr jumped back.
I shot it with my crossbow and it degraded into a pile of smoldering ashes.
We started to head forwards, and a Black Lotus brute appeared.
He ran at the Foy brothers. They locked up.
As the brothers struggled with the brute, another figure approached.
The figure was an orcish mage, skilled with a manupulative spell. He started to hold the three strugglers in place.
I saw a Black Lotus mage about to shoot flames at me, and I shot him with my crossbow.
It hit him in the torso and he slowly bled out.
I saw a bandit wearing Rainosian armor charging at me. I hastily loaded my crossbow and shot blindly. It hit him in the open mouth, and I cringed as I heard the tip of it shoot through the top of his mouth and clatter on the underside of his helmet.
I glanced at the brothers and saw the Black Lotus brute dead. Anter Foy was freed from the spell.
Sadly, he could only watch as the mage shot his brother against a sharp part of the wall, impaling him.
He was fillled with a blind rage and ran up to the mage. He decapitated it in one swift slice.
Another Black Lotus soldier rushed at Anter. I shouted and shot at the soldier, but missed him terribly.
The soldier stabbed anter through the stomach, severly injuring him.
Lindnr shot a blast of ice into the soldiers back, causing him to spasm and his own spear sliced his jugular. He dropped down, dead.
An orc ran up to me and I shot it with my last bolt.
"That's all of 'em," said Lindnr, "we may have lost two of our own, but at least the town is safe. No victory comes without a great sadness,"
We walked over to the tower and noticed an out of place tree.
"Ah yes. This must be the written power we were looking for. Let's take it and get out of here," Lindnr explained.
"Wait!" I stopped him in his tracks. "there's bound to be a trap here. IF you take it, then be ready to run!"
"You not telling me anything I don't already know,"
He grabbed the scroll off of the tree and the tree began to shake.
The ground followed, shaking.
The tower and the ruins started to crumble to the ground.
"GO!" shouted Lindnr.
We both rushed out of there.
I only looked back once. I wish I hadn't. I saw poor Anter Foy reach his hand up before collapsing again.