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>>2687040You know what, id be down for a spellblade.
You are on your way to the local blacksmith to pick up your weaponThe weather is clear, with a comfortable breeze passing by.You see the blacksmiths shop, close to the crossroad.>Pick up your weapon>Check the notice board, right behind the shop>Take a walk first (lake/village/write in)>Write in
>>2687092>pick up your weapon.
>>2687092>Pick up your weapon
>>2687092>>Pick up your weapon
The smell of wood and iron hits you as you enter the shop. The blacksmith sits behind the counter, as if waiting for something or someone.“Oh hi, I just did some finishing touches on your gearHow has your day been?”>What say you
>>2687417Give me my gear now old man!
>Give me my gear now old man!“Hmpf, kids these days. Here I try to be polite, but nooo. ‘Get the gear!’Back in my days, i would have challenged you to fisticuffs for that. How lucky you are”
>>2687531 i might not have made it clear this is a write in, my bad "Fine, I will get your gear">Pick one
>>2687639>Hardened glovesbadass non-monk warrior a go.
>>2687639>SwordCan we learn magic later on?
>>2687639>spearnobody never chooses the spear ):
You hold the sword raised above your head. The weight is nice, not too heavy, and well balanced.This baby needs a test drive soon“Well, you go have fun with that thing. Before you go, would you be so kind as to deliver this kitchen knife to my wife? She probably has some cake and a few coins”>What say, what do
>>2687900tell him to get fucked
>>2687900Anything for shekels>Take the job
>>2687900Sure, anything for sweets.
>>2687900You want to tell him to get fucked, but then you realize…Money for delivering a small package? Easy. And with cake as a sweetener? Hell yeah“Have a safe trip youngblood”Cont.
>>2688036You sheath your new weapon, and breathe in the fresh air againWhere to next?>Deliver the knife, get paid>Test the sword>Write in gonna get some sleep, brb
>>2687900>Accept the questFuck yeah, cake.
>>2688038>Deliver the knife, get paidTest the sword along the way. Put a notch or two in a tree, trim some ferns, whatever won't hit back.
>>2688038>Test the swordThen>Deliver the knife, get paid
>>2688038>Deliver the knife, get paidFetch quest a go, test the sword on the cake
> Test sword> Check wanted poster> Deliver knife & inquire further about details of wanted contract
>>2688448Check posterS. I see a lost cat too who may need help
>>2688038>Check board>Deliver knife
>>2688448This my dude
The urge for testing the sword is too high. You need to try itYou swing at the closest tree, making noticeable cuts in itSatisfied by the results, you take a quick look over the board.
Apparently some new laws has passed. All the shopkeepers you know of already can read and writeHmm, you have never heard of this wanted dude. The blacksmith probably knows nothing of him, might be better to ask in the villageA cat is missing. The poster lacks a lot of crucial information: Who owns the cat? Where was it lost? (How much for finding it?)>Take poster with you (if so, which)>Do the delivery>Other (write in)
>>2688661>Take cat and wanted dude posted>Do the deliveryWith the posters we can find the cat and wanted dude easily or just show the wanted posted to the village.
>>2688661>>Take poster with you (if so, which)The cat oneHow can we let such and adorable creature here?>Do the delivery
Outrageous law. We should investigate and get it removed.
You take the cat and wanted poster, curl them together and put them in your inventoryAs the running water grows louder, so does your hunger for cake.You are at the old bridge. The bridge has been standing here since before you were born. A part of you always wonder if the next time you cross will be your last, but so far, you have been just fine.The bridge creaks as the breeze grabs hold of it.>Cross>Test the bridge>Find another way over>Write in
>>2688754>Test the bridge
>Cross"Its still standing, so its probably safe"You start crossing>Roll 1d100+10, best of two first rolls
Rolled 95 + 10 (1d100 + 10)>>2688877Watch this nat 100
>>2688882Not a Nat 100, but close enough Must be the best bridge built this side of the world
Rolled 69 + 20 (1d100 + 20)Mystery roll>>2688885 oh there is no need to worry about the bridge...
>>2688927>69:^) Sex Troll under the bridge
>>2688943You can roll again if you want that nat 100, since its a best of two that would get me banned
Rolled 22 + 10 (1d100 + 10)>>2689004Pastebin it
Halfway over, the bridge makes an unnerving crack. Nothing happens, but with your senses on alert, you notice something coming from behind a treeCont.
Your body works on reflexes, you whip out your sword, just in time to meet an incoming daggerThe dagger flies out of the assailants hand and into the river.[bold] Cont. [/bold]
‘’’Choose your fighting style’’’(You can develop and gain new fighting styles as we progress)
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>>2689146KnightI'm going to head to mage knight later in the future
>>2689146>knightHow can someone say no to Parry?
The attacker backs off, drawing two daggers. He whirls them around his fingers, looking for an opening*Combat*Knight style gives bonuses to parrying and reactive rolls:When attacking, you attempt a feint. If they fall for it, you gain an additional hit dice.When defending, you can parry an additional attack.>Attack>Defend>Interact (write in)>Use item (what item)>Talk (what say)>OtherNote: If you write how you perform an action, the outcome might be betterExample: >Attack: Feint an overhead swing, and then go for a stab
>>2689654>>Talk (what say)STOP RIGHT THERE, CRIMINAL SCUM! No one breaks the law on my watch! I'm confiscating your stolen goods, now pay your fine or it's off to jail!>Defend If he doesn't do as said we go to fight>We open ourselves a bit on our right side, so when he attack we can pommel his hand and go to chop off the other, in one swift action
“STOP” you yellTaken back by your sudden use of words, he looks puzzled at you. That’s your chance!You take out the wanted poster and start your speech>Roll 1d100, best of two
Rolled 71 (1d100)>>2690608>Taken back by your sudden use of words, he looks puzzled at you. That’s your chance!Heh.
Rolled 39 (1d100)>>2690608
Rolled 79 (1d100)writing
Although your accusations were believable, he realizes you are no ordinary guard.“I don’t have any stolen goods, yet. Give me your money and I might let you live.”He seems more talkative now. He put one knife away, currently wielding only one>What do? going to sleep, brb
>>2690889>defend"it's yours if you can take it"
>>2690889doAVE NOT STOLEN GOODS TO CONFISCATE we have money?if not>It seems we are at an impasse. I have no money for you to steal and you have no stolen goods for me to confiscate.>confiscate his soulif we do>>2691196
>>2691389fuck, ignore the caps in the first sentence i don't know how they got there
>”It seems we are at an impasse. I have no money for you to steal and you have no stolen goods for me to confiscate”You ready your blade, ready to claim his soul instead“Wait a minute, that poster you showed me. Did it say I am wanted alive? In that case I’d rather just go to jail.”He seems relieved he can avoid a life or death scenario. It looks like he is about to drop his knife>What do
>>2691739>Let's take him to jailBut I think this is a trick so here the plan>Ask him what he did to be wanted, and I got a good feeling about this guy, maybe when he's out of jail we can go steal from a dragon or evil wizard>Look like he's going to throw his blade at us, so be ready to knock if out of the air and cut him down if he does throw it
Order him to drop his weapons, turn around and walk backwards toward us, all while being ready for any tricks, and then when he's just outside arms reach KO him with a blow to the back of his head with the pommel of our sword!
>>2691890Forgot to add "rush forward and" between reach and KO
>>2691739Eh, I ain't no snitch, let's trek together.
Rolled 37 + 10 (1d100 + 10)>”Why are you wanted?”“I tried assassinating one of the higher-ups down in Riverrun. The way they make laws are stupid, and I intend to put a stop to it”You agree to the part with stupid laws, but there certainly are other ways of making change than murder. Looking closer, you realize the grip he has on the knife is most common for throwing. You keep a close eye on it>“We are going to Riverrun then. Turn around and drop your weapon. If not, there will be bloodshed”He turns around, slowly. Halfway around, he speeds up, sending the dagger straight at you.Before the dagger even reaches you, he dashes after, drawing his second dagger*Combat*>Roll 1d100+20, best of two. You anticipated the throw; you get a bonus to the roll>Attack>Defend>Interact (write in)>Use item (what item)>OtherIf you write how you perform an action, the outcome might be betterExample: >Attack: Feint an overhead swing, and then go for a stabNote: Your roll vs my roll
Rolled 29 + 20 (1d100 + 20)>>2692245Nice, I figure out he was going to throw the blade>Attack: Dodge the dagger, and chop his leg off as he come in close for his stab
Rolled 27 + 20 (1d100 + 20)>>2692245>AttackCut off his head
>>2692245Fuck his dagger, merely a distraction, do the ol' Forrester Timber maneuver with the blunt of your sword.
Rolled 22 + 20 (1d100 + 20)>>2692245>>2692317Do knights get access to the telltale games move, or is it woodsman only?
>>2692321>>2692309>>2692262Three rolls all in the 20s range just over the bandit
Rolled 59, 85 = 144 (2d100)The dagger barely scratches your helmet as you dodge.You prepare a overhead feint, waiting for the perfect moment to strike>Roll 2d100. First has +20, while the last is for the feint, with +10. Best of three for bothNote: Im adding +10 to my first roll, nothing to the second
Rolled 10, 24 = 34 (2d100)>>2692441+20 First+10 Last
Rolled 54, 69 = 123 (2d100)>>2692441
Rolled 98, 50 = 148 (2d100)>>2692441We can do this bois
>>2692525Thank you anon.
Your overhead swing stops halfway, and redirected into a slice for his neckEither he somehow knew you were bluffing, or he never intended to dodge the feint.>Roll 1d100. First come first serve
Rolled 7 (1d100)>>2693069
Rolled 10 (1d100)>>2693069
The rogue closes in after your failed strike.In response to his advancement, you attempt to hit him with the pommel of your sword. Cont.
“Ow! Motherfucker!”It’s a hit! It does not hurt a lot, but it is something. (Your sword does minimum 10 dmg)He starts backing up. It looks like he lost the will to fight>Attack>Defend>Interact (write in)>Use item (what item)>OtherIf you write how you perform an action, the outcome might be betterExample: >Attack: Feint an overhead swing, and then go for a stab
>>2693344>Interact (write in)Come on man, there's no need to blood be spilled>Use item (Cat post)Looks the amazingly beautiful cat and calm down
>>2694358>>2693672this, even medieval style adenturers like cat memes
> “Come on man, there's no need for violence”You lower your sword, and then reach for the cat poster> “You see this cute thing? I’m out looking for it. Let me pass so I can get this poor cat some milk and shelter”The rogue looks at the poster for a second. He then snaps with his fingers.“I have seen that cat! It’s just down in the woods here!”He points down the road. You have no idea where in the forest he is pointingYou know from local rumors that following this road is an easy way to get ambushed and robbed.You can sense a hint of excitement in the rogues voice. He seems a bit more energetic now.>What do?
getting some sleep, brb
his rogue frens are camping, care!
>>2694955>NaaahhLet's just march our happy ass to Riverrun and get that bounty money
>>2694955Knock his ass out with a pommel of our sword as he is turned around and drag his as to River run for the bounty money
>>2694955I went on this quest for the pussy, not for cash.
You don’t trust this guy. He seems too vague on where the cat is. You get the feeling he is trying to trick you. Knocking the guy out and claim the reward sounds much saferIt seems as if the rogue read your thoughts however. He slowly drops the knife on the ground.“Look, we might have come off on the wrong foot.”From his pockets, he draw an additional two knives. He slowly drop those on the ground as well“Trust me now? I want to help you out with the cat”>What do
>>2696041Stab him in the leg and drag him back to town
>>2696041Check if he have any other knife, if no go with him
Rolled 91 (1d100)Mystery roll
can we pick this up? might be useful later
>>2697282Holy shit, i just noticed now,if he didn't hurt us, where the blood on this knife came from?
>>2697293Isn't it grape juice? sometimes a mother fucker can't help but dip his knife in it. Talking from experience
> “Kick the knives to the side”He complies, kicking one at a time over into the grass> “Turn around, slowly”After he turns, you check him for weapons. He seems clean.“Uhm, could I have atleast one knife with me? Just in case? You can even carry it until needed”After giving him your answer, you let him show you the way towards the cat.Do you let him have a weapon?>Y/N
>>2697350if something happens we'll give him a knife back
>>2697350Okie dokie Mr. Rogue!
>>2697350Fo sure thing my man
>>2697378This seems ok to me.>>2697350Also, ask about the bloody knife
>>2697350give him a blunt rockhe can throw it at anything attacking him, givingus time to >>2697378
Rolled 3 (1d3)He appreciate the trust, even if it’s just a little.You pick up one knife, leaving the others behindCont.If dice is 3, you pick up the mysterious one
You pick up the knife by the bladeYour fingers start to prickle. On reflex you drop the knife. You pick it up again, this time on the handle.Looking at it, you see the blade is covered in purple, dried up liquid. This is without a doubt poison.You are about to question the rogue about the knife, but he never noticed your sudden halt.You enter a light jog to catch upCont.
>>2697647>>2697731too late for the roll.. this warrior has never seen a rogue knife before! baka warrior
The rogue strays off the road, leading you up a small hill“This is where I saw the cat last. It should be around here somewhere”You have never went off road around these parts.The trees look higher and thicker than normal, with more leaves and branches.The terrain is rather rough. There are small pits in the ground, with patches of grass round them.>Where do you look?>What do
are there any visible wires?
>>2697839Follow the rouge make sure we don't fall into any traps
>>2697839>"You know that my head isn't worth anything right? Nor i have something with me">look for the cat, but keep a eye on him
There could be anything lurking down in any of these patches of grass.As you follow, you check some of the shrubs and around some trees. Nothing suspicious so far.“You find anything?”Just as you were to reply while checking a pit, you find the cat>How does your character react?
>>2698808There a cat behind the skull. Let's get it
>>2698808let's try luring the cat so it comes to us! seems viable since it looks really friendly and :3
You try to pick up the cat>Roll 1d100. Beat 30
Rolled 75 (1d100)>>2699176Die
Rolled 38 (1d100)>>2699176>such a amazing cat
Rolled 75 (1d100)>>2699176
As your hand reaches toward the cat, it moves toward you. It rubs itself in your hand.Before you manage to pick it up, it starts climbing up your armFrom your shoulder, it jumps up to your head. There it lies down, comfortably.“Hey, u dead or something?”Your companion comes out from behind a tree. He seems surprised when he sees the cat on your head“Oh, you found him! But how did you get it up there?”You have no idea, the cat did so itself.You answer him with a shrugCont.
The rogue stares at the cat for a moment. After a while, it looks like he realized something“That cat, I know who the owner is! Its my uncles! He lives just outside of Riverrun!”He starts trailing off again. Before he gets too far away, you tell him you need to deliver something nearby first (the kitchen knife)“Aw come on, my poor old uncle is probably worried sick about the cat! Let’s go there first!”>What do
>>2699300alright sure my man
>>2699300I'm 50% sure we're going to hold this cat hostage and 50% sure we're going to rob a random old man.>Sure, let's do it to it
>>2699300let's meet Uncle Rogue!
> “Alright, let’s go. But I have to do my delivery afterwards.”The last thing you want is the blacksmith to think you stole the knife“Nice! Let’s not waste any time then!”The three of you walk towards Riverrun.>Anything you want to talk about on the way there? going to bed, brb
>>2700439so, I touched some poison back there.. whant to have a casual conversation about it?
>>2700439Won't we also be chased by walking with a wanted bandit? :thinking:>>2700464+1We should asked here we should have delivered the cat...
>>2700589we can always plea that we are a vigilante bringing him to justice
> “Wont you be arrested if we go to Riverrun?”“Nah, we are not going into town. The guards hog the walls. They rarely leave.”Let’s hope that’s the case> “This dagger of yours, it’s covered in poison”He looks over at you, then back at the road. It takes a few seconds before he answers.“You know, sometimes an opponent won’t go down, no matter how many times you slice and stab them.”He looks devoid of emotion.“When that happens, you need a little extra.”Before you can ask further, he changes topic.Cont.
“My uncle is a bit, weird. Whatever he does, just play along. It won’t be too bad, I promise.”You ask him in what way he is weird. He opens and closes his mouth, clearly struggling to answer.He repeats this a few times, then tries explaining.“He has these weird and crazy ideas. He once wanted to travel far away, and build a house on the very top of a mountain!”He trails off, talking in length about his uncle. Everything from building a bridge from Riverrun to heaven, becoming a renowned cheeselock, and starting a religion devoted to a tree in his backyard.The common theme for these stories: They were impossible to do, and stopped before there ever came anything off it.>Anything else you want to talk about? test
>>2701153Got any leads on how we can make money without robbing traders/travelers? Maybe some quests?
> “Got any lead on how to make money without robbing people? Maybe some quests?”“Other than the bounty on my head, I don’t really know.”He walks a little slower while he thinks. He then snaps his fingers“Oh yeah, they need more guards in Riverrun. You seem capable enough, should you ever try for a job there.”Not many quests then. You could probably ask someone in town, maybe even his uncle.Cont.
“Oh shit!”Before you know whats up, he dashes behind a nearby tree.“There is a guard coming, act natural!”Cont.
“Hello traveler. Have you happened to see a suspicious person lurking about?” >What do