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Thread: Baradur's End - Part III
Wednesday, 28th October, 2009, 10:10 PM #1
Baradur's End - Part III
In the dead of night, the party waits, both eager for and fearful of the approach of daylight and what it may bring.
The night passes without incident - only the beating of hearts and the intake of breath can be heard in the deepest darkness.
As light approaches, the party rouses itself. As expected, a search appears to be on - just barely visible beyond the trees, a small group of men - perhaps a dozen - appear to be performing a methodical sweep near the compound that was the scene of the fighting the night before.
The party creeps slowly away, careful to remain concealed in the far-away trees. A few minutes later, another search party comes into view from the north - it appears to be the same size as the first, and joins up with it. Mere seconds later, a third party comes from the south to join up with the other two.
The entire spectacle seems rather abstract and distant for a while, until the combined enemy force, a few dozen strong, forms up, turns vaguely in the direction of the party, and begins to move. Your hearts, human and otherwise, begin to pick up speed themselves as it becomes apparent that the enemy, three dozen strong, is marching in your direction!
OOC: This is part III in a series - part II can be found here. The above is the last 'action' post from Part II.
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