Re: (bc747, f12) Dragon's Peril - The Great Division
- "Right now taking down the dark legion isn't my main priority. It's
getting the girls out of there, after that, we need to explore if they
are receiving a source of additional strength from somewhere...if so,
then destroy it. Fourth, find a way to rid a body of a demon, that way
when we gather a force large enough we'll be able to kill every
willing container for Raigrah. Last but certainly not least, proceed
with the killing of the dark legion," Clif found it somewhat offensive
that Helios thought he was going to run away.
"There's no way in hell I'm going to run away from this. It's just not
a matter of gathering a bunch of allies and going to kick their asses.
It's demolishing the entire problem with the best way possible,
without sacrificing many lives. 'Cause that Raigrah -will- be
invincible to any of us. No one can take a demon head on. Also with
the type of morale that the darks have, they'll keep hope up for long
after the situation seems hopeless. They aren't going down with a
fight!" Clif looked at Helios, then Soma.
"If you think this is going to be just a one-two-three step battle to
eliminate the demons influence from the land, then you're dead
wrong...If there's anything worth discovering--or at least the thought
that something might be here--they wiil leave chars behind, enough to
guard the place while having enough spare so they can take a trip out
hunting every once in a while. We don't have to eat every day to
sustain our lives...you do know that, right?" he asked the typhlosion,
a look of curiosity on his face.
--- In Realm_light@yahoogroups.com, "Ace" <rol_studios@...> wrote:
> "We went up against them in the cave. We killed some of them.
> Mainly...we survived. And if no one stands up to them then...who will?
> It's not about how strong your opponent is...it's about using their
> weakness against them. They will be leaving or they will starve. I
> doubt they will leave some of their own behind. They have scared game
> away with that initial attack. Those who survived will be moving on
> ahead warning others. They will have to go further off to make another
> surprise attack like they did on the mountain." Helios was going to be
> adamant on facing the chars. "We need to take them down or else this
> will keep happening...and what if they come back again? Are you just
> going to run then too? We have to make them start to fear us."
> > "It depends on how important the area is, since two arseus were here,
> > they might stay for a while. No longer than a few days before the
> > most'a the group moves somewhere else. Hopefully the girls will be
> > left with the chars here," Clif said. "There's no fucking way to meet
> > this group in combat though, if that's what you're thinking..."
- Ankh was restless. She wasn't used to sitting still for long. She kept
feeling the need to do something! Anything! She looked about herself
for something to do instead of laying here.
> Anggun awoke a few hours later. She stood up, still very clumsy and
> unsteady on her feet, although she had improved a little from birth.
> She took a look around, ~ruu?~ then turned back to her mother and lay
> down to nurse from her.
> "Good morning, Anggun," said Alcatraz. Even if she couldn't
> understand him yet, he still would talk to her, almost as though she
> Anggun turned her head around and looked at him with milk dripping
> from her chin. ~Arru.~