The Fearsome Skeleton hath challenged Sir Schnepperel to a game of flyting! Now the two battle with sword and wits alike...I / VI
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VI / VIThy friend knight is in mortal peril! What art thou to do?
>>380761Burn the bone man with breath so fierceHe'll be in a herse (Funeral wagon since theres no cars)
>>380761Protect your husbando! Burn old bones into ash!
>>380761Hit him with your tail or something
>>380761Tail smack or body slam because bones take a while to burn. Scatter him across the land.
Rolled 2 (1d2)Tie-breaker time! Heads for fire, tails for tail.
Rolled 6 (1d20)>>381770Rolling for a tail smack!
Rolled 2 (1d20)>>381770>>381798
>>381802>>381798I didn't read OP's name tag on his roll post.
>>381829I'm full of mistakes today, huh?Thanks for the correction.
>>380940>>381168>>381706>>3817776: Quasi-mediocre success!A feverish urge grabs hold of thy heart! Thou heavest thy bulk around and slam'st thy tail into the awful skeleton!Almost by instinct a cry bellows forth from thy throat: "Get away from my knight!"
>>382370Stand in-between the knight and the, likely knocked down, skeleton. You're shivering because you are afraid of this menace, but you also feel elated because you did something meaningful that helped someone other than yourself for the first time in a long time.
The Fearsome Skeleton is sent flying, though it still holdeth its sword.It lands upright with a rattle some hundred yards away and starts to advance upon thee once again.What art thou to do?
Spit some poetry so powerful that makes the skeleton cry.Also I love this quest.
>>382381Well, has it been knocked out of the way? If so, simply go the way we wanted to go originally.Which was definitely a direction with important meaning that I totally still remember.
>>382381Ask Sir Schepperel to stand behind us, then breath dragon-fire over the skeleton.
Burn that skelly THAN EAT IT TO GAIN ITS SOUL!
Op, Op? Where arth thou Op?I suggest an intimidating roar fallowed by drawing a line in the dirt to mark your territory
>>382370Question the skeleton's motives, who sent this skelly after you?
>>382381>Looks like team skellies blasting off aaagaaaaiiin!!!
W-we don't need OP. We can run this quest perfectly f-fine ourselves.
>>389073Roll d10 to seduce skelly
Rolled 6 (1d10)>>389185SEDUCTION
Rolled 4 (1d10)>>389185
I was joking. Op plz no sue and come back. I love your quest!
>>389723I am now disappointed. It would have been a nice distraction whilst we wait for OP. Nevertheless I wish they would hurry back.
>>389723DID IT WORK??
Back and updating soon.
>>392042Arentyou doing the neazi quest?
>>392216The what, now?
>>389723Well, I love you and your art right back.>>382380>>382383>>382535>>383166>>386742>>387330Thou hast taken care of thy problem with unexpected haste. A strange feeling swells up within thee, like thou art... a true dragon! Sir Schnepperel looks impressed with your work, and thou art relieved.>>387841Thou hast no skeleton to question now! Thou chastisest thyself for such foolishness.What art thou to do?
>>392553With your newfound, foolish, confidence, confess that you are feeling funny feelings that make your heart pitter patter and it is the fault of the knight's. He must make amends for the strangeness you are feeling by telling you how he feels about you.
>>392553Tell the knight he needs to work on his swordwork... Thanks him for his help anyway though.
>>392553>What art thou to do?ONWARDS
>>392553Ask sir schnepperel if he's okay and give him back his sword