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Topic: Weird War II Q n A

, I wrote "your welcome" first and then realized I used the wrong "You're", changed it to You are welcome.

Then wrote that I should use the correct spelling in my translations.

Isn't wonderful!

Posted on 2010-11-15 at 16:56:22.

Topic: Last one to post wins - Part II
Subject: Beware of nicknames...........

Don't forget the chance for cruel nicknames. A boy being called Connie or Gabby might not be fun.

I've always liked David as a strong guy name.

Posted on 2010-11-15 at 00:23:08.

Topic: Add On Story. Fill in 3 words!
Subject: Where?...........

the secret hidden...

Posted on 2010-11-15 at 00:05:30.

Topic: The One Word Game
Subject: Recycle


Posted on 2010-11-15 at 00:03:10.

Topic: Weird War II
Subject: Here we go again….

Holstering his 45’s Jack grabbed his rifle and pack and moved back to where the Captain was positioned.
As Doc got there Luke moved out toward the car.

Oh good, the Captain wants to be in harm’s way too.

Taking up the “rear guard” position Doc watched the event start to unfold.
Noting that neither Brutal nor Sarg scouted out the situation, they just moved into position by the door.
At least McGuinness is covering their ass.

Sarg stripped down to his Tee shirt and pants.

Oh great, if that worked on an empty farmhouse it’s sure to work here.

When Sarg called out to the cabin Doc stopped checking his pack and realized this could go sour fast.
He was no sharpshooter, but Jack grabbed his carbine and took aim on the cabin.

Hearing the same male voice ,

“Nichts ist falsch Bürger!”,

he focused on the door.
Doc saw the door swing open and saw a man brandishing a hand gun, silhouetted by the light from inside the cabin. As the shadow started to level the pistol at Romo he hesitated as he glanced over at the shotgun Brutal had pointed at his head.

Jack heard a sharp snap followed by a thud. The man in the door way jerked with the thud and then fell forward, lying motionless on the ground.

As Brutal moved into the doorway he stepped into Jack’s sights. Doc heard him say, “Hold it Fraulein” as he leveled the shotgun into the cabin.

A chill swept through Jack.

Posted on 2010-11-14 at 23:14:38.
Edited on 2010-11-20 at 21:12:33 by Odyson

Topic: Weird War II Q n A
Subject: Von der Fuzzy Bear

Sie sind herzlich eingeladen.

Es wäre zu Worte übersetzen die korrekte Schreibweise.

Posted on 2010-11-14 at 04:50:04.
Edited on 2010-11-14 at 16:29:31 by Odyson

Topic: Weird War II Q n A
Subject: Lady in Red..............

She looks more delicious then a big bowl of Roast Beef GRAVY!

Pulse racing. ears ringing, breath coming in short pants.

That's just Ody, wait until Doc sees her up close, lol.

Posted on 2010-11-13 at 21:23:00.

Topic: The Egg Tart Game
Subject: Away we go...............

Course of Action

Posted on 2010-11-13 at 02:53:46.

Topic: The One Word Game
Subject: What it takes...........


Posted on 2010-11-13 at 02:52:15.

Topic: The Wizards' Duel
Subject: Oh close enough...........

I'm the liberal that push phonics that destroyed the rules of grammar and spelling.

Posted on 2010-11-13 at 02:49:16.

Topic: Corrupt a wish
Subject: Who needs Mud Wrestling...........

Granted: You get to a special "GRAVY PIT MATCH" in the rec room of Ody's cave of fun.

I wish to wrestle the winner.

Posted on 2010-11-13 at 02:41:26.

Topic: Rollkran is ill
Subject: Home remedy

Try some GRAVY and wash it down with some "Good Old Froth-n-Slosh". If it stays down, you're well!

Hope your better soon!

Posted on 2010-11-12 at 18:03:10.

Topic: Crimson Crusaders QnA
Subject: Tohmaz Goodwood

Okay, the healer is in the game. He may be more Neutral then NG. but let's see where it goes.

Posted on 2010-11-12 at 04:47:32.
Edited on 2010-11-24 at 18:06:35 by Odyson

Topic: The Crimson Crusaders
Subject: Tohmaz Goodwood

Tohmaz sat near the middle of the boat, his back to the mast and facing the bow. He knew this was only a river but he still longer to be on solid ground again. The rocking of the boat and the sound of water slapping against the prow made him nervous. The rivers were part of Atira’s domain and he knew that they fed and nurtured the lands and forests, but still he felt he was suppose to walk his Goddesses land , place foot to soil as if one with his Goddess. The water separated him from good earth and that was uncomfortable. But it was necessary; he was returning to the lands of his heritage. Tohmaz let his mind drift and reflected on the life and events that placed him on this boat.

In the time before most men could remember, his people had lived in the Saelic Forest. They had stayed even when others felt the land turning to evil. When the Horned One had released his horde they were among the last driven out. But unlike many that fled to the deep south his people had only gone far enough to be out of the worst of the threat.

There his ancestors had lived in the forests near the shore of the lake known as Asfral. Living off the lands and defending it from the incursions from the north. In small bands they wandered wide, covering the lands from the Kourwood in the south to the Gulf of Barahia in the East to the river Drunerry in the north. So it was that they would be there to serve and protect, then move on. Among themselves they were known as “Wimachtendienk”, the Brotherhood. Those outside the people only knew that they had been help by the wild folks passing through and never realized that the Brotherhood was ever watching over the land.

The children of the people stayed with their birth mother. She tended their needs and sheltered them, but the tribe raised them. Although the birth father may be known, he was just the one that give the seed of life, the tribe rejoiced in that life, all taking part in the raising and teaching of the children. So it was that all were of the same family. The pairing of a man and a woman was not seen as something that was permanent unless those two chose to make it so. But this did not change the feeling of love and respect that was shared among the people. The sharing of seed and the bringing of life were part of the natural order.

As the young grew they felt the love of the people around them and in turn learned to love and respect all. They learned to love and respect nature. They learned to track and tread lightly upon the land, to hunt, to cook, make the daily things a tribe may need. They also learned to protect the people, the knife, the tomahawk, the lance and the bow became as part of them. The ways of war were taught as these were still unsafe times. Each of them then choosing what they felt the strongest, be that serving the needs in the camp, providing for the band, tending the needs of the body or protecting the people.

Tohmaz found he a sense of the forest and at healing those in need.To this end he dedicated himself to Goddess Atira. He had grown up hearing of the wilds at the foot of the Ridge. His heart yearned to see the lands of fable. He hoped that someday he could walk the old Saelic Forrest in her name and heal it from the deeply root evil that had so long dwelt there. And perhaps one day carry her healing power beyond to Blighted Screed.

With this dedication came the choice that he would have to leave his band. He would wander the lands learning the secrets of the plants and animals. Also seeking out the wise and learned of the people. Living with them, serving them and learning from them the secrets of the life forces. Plants, animals and the land itself had names ways that he must know.

The Shaman of each band shared the rites and ways to relive suffering, to cure diseases, heal wounds and to relive pain. He learned the how the human touch could aid in the healing of mind and spirit. The tender caress, the warmth of the body soothed and calmed.

The years passed and he grew to Manhood. He now stood tall, over six foot. His dark tanned body was strong and muscular. The sandy brown hair was tied back in a ponytail with a leather band around his head to keep any stray hair from falling in his eyes. His voice was a rich baritone that made the reciting of rituals sound almost like song. Dark brown eyes were set deep in chiseled face. It was little wonder that the woman of the bands took him and taught him the ways of pleasure. They shared themselves with him and taught him how to bring joy to the woman he was with. The harmony of spirit and love of people strengthened his healing skills.

The Shaman also taught him the ways of logic. To see what was best for all and how guide others to these ends. To learn that it is not the imposed will on the people that made things right, but right that made the will of the people. That great event can start from a small nudge. They taught him of his responsibility to uphold the high ideals, to be prepared and to not bring ill light on the ways of the Shaman. For it only take one false heart to taint all.

The day came when the teachers turned him out. It was the summer of his 23rd year. They had nothing more to teach. He now had to wander, practice his skills and find his way. The time would come when he would find the band that would need him and he would stay with them. So as he departed he was given simple basic supplies. His clothing he had made himself, Breeches, loin cloth, deer skin shirt and soft soled boots. He had tooled hide into leather and the leather into strong protective armor. The silhouette of a woman’s face was tooled below his left shoulder, the face of Alira. The armor was both strong and light weight, colored to bland in to the forest. It would help protect from the elements as well as attackers weapons. A floppy broad brimmed leather hat protected his head and eyes from the sun and rain. A long blade sheath knife and tomahawk hung from a waist belt. A strong hunting bow and quiver of arrows hang the backpack he had sewn. A warm wool sleeping blanket was rolled and tied to the pack. A reinforce water pouch hung from a log strap over his shoulder. In his pack were sacks of dried food and grain, flint and a sparker, bowls, sewing supplies, simple tools and rope.

Towmaz set out and for two years traveled alone. He served and healed the people and those other humans that crossed his path. His skills in the forest to heal damage that raiding Orcs and other creatures had done brought him feeling closer to his Goddess. He helped farmer to bring their lands to bare crops where once was barren land. He could feel Atira’s presents and felt guided by her will. The old feeling of his youth grew stronger; the want to return to the old lands and to cleans them in the name of Atira.

He journeyed near the city of Heimstadt. Here he heard of a call for the strong of heart to travel north and free the land that had been held by the evil for so long. This must be the will of Atira; that he should go to the Saelic Forest. So Tohmaz sought out where they were seeking volunteers to travel north. When he arrived there was only one group still taking members so he made his mark in the book and went to the dock. He had never been on a boat before and he was uneasy to board, so being one of last he gathers his pack and walked up the gangway. He had expected to see many on board, but there were few besides the crew. There were barely enough for a hunting party, was this to the band he would serve? Carrying his pack to the center of the boat Tohmaz sat on the deck so he couldn’t see the water and leaned against the mast.

Posted on 2010-11-12 at 04:35:31.
Edited on 2010-11-12 at 23:49:29 by Odyson

Topic: Crimson Crusaders QnA
Subject: But who is he?

I feel like such a slacker. I've got about a half a page and geeze you all seem to be going for War and Peace, lol. I keep going back and forth between the Recruitment, the Q&A and the Story to try to keep my facts straight. I find the story flows once my Character has a name. I've changed name three times so far. But never fear there will be something soon. If there is not an objection I may expand and clarify it a bit after the initial post. What sounds good one doesn't make sense when i read it later. Ok, so i'll quit this spree and get back to the Shaman.

Posted on 2010-11-11 at 01:05:27.

Topic: Loaded Dice #61: The Final Battle (Part One)
Subject: Oh the wait.........................

Great strip once again.

But is there more PUNishment to come.

Stay tuned, same Dice time, same Dice station.

Posted on 2010-11-09 at 17:39:18.

Topic: New to D&D
Subject: Spelling Police..........

Well Michael is character in the Dresden File books.
Sorry for the misspell, it happens to old guys with fat fingers and bifocals, wouldn't be the FIRST (firt) time! lol

(My Firefox auto spell check doesn't work on the subject box.)

Posted on 2010-11-07 at 13:38:20.
Edited on 2010-11-07 at 13:40:43 by Odyson

Topic: Chapter 2, Page 22
Subject: The city settles..........

Wow the City Golum has gone from "Urban Flight" to "Urban Renewal". As for Skullface, well every town need a little "Spirit". It shouldn't take long before the city is repopulated. Great story guys and really cool artwork.

Posted on 2010-11-07 at 13:28:00.

Topic: The Skill Check Game
Subject: Circus Oh My *** ..............

Success, you able to hoist Ody over your shoulder and away you go. Once you have him in your training room you engage him in series of trick to talk his mind off the desire for gravy.

I roll a ride check to not fall off going up the stairs and a reflex check to preform Lifesprings tricks.

Posted on 2010-11-07 at 13:06:09.

Topic: The Skill Check Game
Subject: Jedi Mind Trick!


I roll a Alchemy check to make a better GRAVY.

Posted on 2010-11-07 at 01:56:55.

Topic: Crimson Crusaders QnA
Subject: Artifact?

Does the Shaman already have: ?



Posted on 2010-11-07 at 01:46:49.

Topic: The Wizards' Duel
Subject: On easy spray.........Psssssssst........

I am the Mighty WD40 that coats, protects and lubricates that screw and turns the Rust Monster's stomach.

Posted on 2010-11-07 at 00:17:21.

Topic: Add On Story. Fill in 3 words!
Subject: Dire Dust Bunnies, Yes, you caught that pass perfectly!

hiding under the..........

Posted on 2010-11-07 at 00:13:15.
Edited on 2010-11-08 at 18:09:26 by Odyson

Topic: Demonic Vending Machine
Subject: A Gravy Golem, I can Lick um, bring it on!

It spit out cherry bombs the size of Candied Apples.

I fed it Angel hair pasta, Stinky cheese and a quart of cold water.

Posted on 2010-11-07 at 00:09:58.

Topic: New to D&D
Subject: Is that Michael as in the "Fist of God".

Welcome traveler! 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 3.5, 4th, freestyle, Star Trek, Horror, poems, stories you name it and bet you'll find it here somewhere.

I have an old 1st edition players guide with the big orange Budda looking statue where the party was taking the gem out of it's eyes.

You can find adventure games to read and follow, recruitment looking for PBP players and just fun forums of all types. (I mostly do the Posting Games, but I recently joined in a couple of adventures.)

Don't forget to try the DragonChat room, a great place to get to know some of the Innmates. And if happen to stop in to Ody's Lonely Arms Inn there will a frost mug of "Good Old Froth-n-Slosh" awaiting you, compliments of the house.

Posted on 2010-11-07 at 00:04:13.
Edited on 2010-11-07 at 13:41:47 by Odyson

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