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Our rules have been updated and given their own forum. Go and look at them! They are nice, and there may be new ones that you didn't know about! Hooray for rules! Hooray for The System! Hooray for Conforming!
Continuation of a running contest from the Games & Technology Steam Thread. Links to the past events can be found in the Steam Group on my signature.
"Captain" Mudbudd put a little too much theatrical flair into his screaming charge, and neglected to keep his guard up. Dyvim Tvar split his skull open with one heavy overhead swing of his staff. Muddbudd crumpled to the floor in a heap and the crowd seemed a bit disappointed. The pirate battling CroakerBC had second thoughts a moment too late. The flail caught him across the back as he began to flee. He fell to the ground with a shriek and didn't get back up. Madican struggled to maintain a proper grip on his trident. His hands were a mess, bleeding through the cloth strips he'd tried to bandage them with. The dirty pirate pushed the trident away to one side and cut Madican across the leg. Struggling to get it together, Madican brought the trident in close between himself and the pirate and thrust into the pirate's chest. But he was unable to stop the pirate's last attack, the sword lodged into Madican's shoulder blade. Madican dropped his weapon, and fell to the ground on top of the pirate. Spoit dodged his opponents swings easily, while waiting for an opening. The pirate was thrashing about so much it seemed better to let him wear himself out. As Spoit backed up the pirate slowed. At last Spoit saw his moment and skewered the pirate with one thrust. Looking about, the only fight still going was Orivon's. Clearly afraid, his pirate attacker was backing away frantically and defending as best he could. Orivon had taken no damage and was cutting the pirate down bit by bit.
Geth, roll 3#1d20+12 for Orivon's Attack
Geth, roll 3#1d20+12 for Orivon's Defend