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Old 02-04-2005, 07:03 AM   #1
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This is a sort of "reunion spot" for those who participated in the RP story "One of The Few" in this forum, back before the game went live; so we can all find each other in the game SMILEY. Anyone is free to join, to a maximum of 6 people (for clarity's sake), but I extend special invitation to Those Few (you know who you are SMILEY) to drop in whenever you wish with your character name and server, and have a little fun (I'm Rikshanthas on D'Lere by the way). To make things easier-to-read, try to write IC in default white and OOC in another color, like this ... __________________________________________________ _____________________________________
The faint sound of twigs snapping behind and to his left roused the iksar to full alertness. His eyes snapped open, though he made no other motion.He had been resting against a tree in the quiet grove which was a favored place of his for meditation and quiet study, due to its seclusion from frequented routes. To an outside observer the grove seemed an impenetrable wall of greenery, its sole entrance remarkably concealed by the underbrush. Few others shared its secret . . .The sunlight filtered through the trees at a sharp angle; late afternoon, by his estimation. Dusk would not be far off; which meant --"You're late," he said to the new arrival, without turning his head. It was a plain statement of fact, his voice betraying no emotion. **********

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The dark elf put her hands on her hips in a deffiant pose. "A lady is never late. She arrives precisely when she means to."
"Which is still no excuse for you," another iksar said stepping into the clearing. "I can't believe you were so loud in walking thru the brush that even Rik heard you coming."
"It wasn't my fault. You pushed me," Sindienu replied.
"Bah, minor details." Tarvos offered his hand to Rik in the formal manner iksar greeted each other. Even after so many years of living in Qeynos, old habits die hard. "Well met, Rik."
Sorry for the use of Gandalf's line from Fellowship, just thought it fit.
 
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Dumb double posting, I dont believe in that...

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Ahh, the dreaded double-post goblin. :smileyvery-happy: Oh well. I'm not terribly surprised no one else has replied to this, guess everyone's too busy SMILEY
 

 
     Rikshanthas looked up at his old friend and accepted the offered hand with mock reluctance. "Well, since none of the others have deigned to arrive at the preappointed time, I suppose I should say you are both early," he said with a wry half-smile. He raised one eyebrow. "And I will conveniently ignore your jab at my awareness, Tarvos. But you both look as if you have had a long journey, so come. Sit. Perhaps we can exchange news, and tales of adventure to pass the time. The others will surely be along shortly." He made sure his voice remained calm, keeping the irritation he felt under strict control. Rik was by nature a patient man, but his patience had been worn thin of late, and he had little to spare.
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"Convenient for you perhaps," Tarvos said with a smile. A hard elbow to the ribs from the dark elf told him that she did not approve.
"As I recall, the last time you angered Rik you spent the next few days thinking yourself a young elven girl," Sindienu reminded him. Tarvos cleared his throat. He had forgotten about that. One would think that was not a lesson easily forgotten but when Tarvos didn't remember the incident to begin with he had to be reminded on occasions. "As for our journey... Let's just say it was made longer by the company we kept," she said to Rik.
 
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     "Oh? And what company might that be?" Rik replied, sitting up straight, his rising frustration instantly melting into curious interest. He chuckled inwardly at the memory of the big iksar ranger giggling and flirting with a few of the elves in Willow Wood (and their astonished reactions) before chiding himself sternly never again to abuse his talent with such a loss of self-control.
     Though he would never deny the incident had been heartily amusing.
     Before a reply came, the attention of the companions was drawn by the rustling of bushes as a young kerra came quietly into the grove. She paused a moment at the sight of the armor-clad iksar and dark elf, before turning her attention to the seated mage. "You have 3 tables rreserrved at the Lion's Mane for the evening," she said in thickly accented Common. "It was ... difficult to securre them, it looks to be a busy night for the taverrn." She inclined her head toward the pair facing her. "I take it these arre some of yourr guests?"
     Rik nodded. "I believe formal introductions fall to me," he said, standing. "My friends, this is Rishanti, a shaman of some twelve seasons whom I had the good fortune to meet on one of my forays into Antonica. Rishanti, this is Tarvos and Sindienu, some old friends from my days before I became a citizen of this fine city," he gestured  toward the towers visible above the treetops of the small grove.
     The young kerra made a slight bow to them both. "May the spirrits guide you on yourr life's path, and brring you peace," she said in greeting.
 

 
Heheh, good one Dregon, I can just picture it *laughs* BTW Rishanti's on Unrest (I hang out with mamakahne from time to time, gonna try to get her to pop in here), and I intend to hop on AB soon. I'm going to try getting in touch with a few of the peeps I can locate, see if we can get a few more to join us at the 'Mane later. And of course, forum-lurking RPers are free to join in, perhaps hearing the voices in the grove; or perhaps if you know someone from the old thread (Zorrtek, Ares620, Soiram84, Sister_Theresa, Tancred, Vonu ... or whatever their names may be now), you could inform us of their whereabouts SMILEY
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Tarvos gave a slight nod in acknowledgement of the new comer, which was more then most received when introduced to the gruff iksar. Sindienu, on the other hand, bounded over to the Kerra, eager to introduce herself and speak with the shaman. Shamen were among the people Sindienu loved to talk to the most, they truly fascinated her with their ability to harness the power of the spirits.
"Our company was a gnome of some reknown. He was one of the most annoyingly talkative gnomes I've ever met, and that's saying something."
"I was actually surprised Tarvos didn't throttle the little fellow," the dark elf added.
"Believe me, I wanted to."
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Hello everyone.  I had noticed that not many people replied to this thread, so i decided to join in on it.

 
At that moment a small gnome wandered by looking frantically at the ground.  "Oh my, oh goodness gracious me.  Where could I have possibly put those glasses?  I had them with me just one minute ago."  WIth that Thumble, the most magnificent shaman ever, rubbed his face.  "Oh, there they are.  Right on my face, silly me."
 
Thumble finally noticed the gathering of adventurers.  "Oh look, what an incredible oppurtunity.  I've never seen an Iksar before," he muttered to himself.  "Oh, I must, I simply must go and examine them."
 
With that Thumble ran over to the two Iksar and pulling a measuring tape from one of the numerous pockets in his backpack and began attempting to figure out their dimensions.

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The sudden appearance of the gnome made Tarvos tense up.  Remembering the company they had just left Sindienu couldn't really blame him, but she did put a hand on his shoulder to calm him a bit. "Is there something we can help you with, little one?" Sindienu asked the gnome who was too busy measuring the iksar to notice Tarvos glowering dubiously at him.
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As she spoke, Thumble finally noticed that there were, in fact others there besides the two Iksar. "Oh me, Oh my! This is absolutely amazing. Its like a conference of Freeport's most vile races. But wait, that can't be. We aren't in Freeport. This is Qeynos! What, oh what, I must ask are you doing here?" With that he drew himself into his most ferocious pose, even going so far as to pull out his hammer and buckler. And if you have ever seen a gnome you know exactly how hilarious one is trying to look ferocious.
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Tarvos looked to Sindienu. "Can I kill him?" he asked thru a growl.
Sindienu would have laughed at that moment except for the fact that she knew Tarvos really did want to kill the gnome and wasn't just joking. She gave the iksar a slight glare. The dark elf decided that the best way to save the gnomes life was to change the subject. Judging by how excitable the gnome was, it wouldn't be too hard to distract him. "Mind if I ask why you were measuring the iksar? Is it for some formula you're working on?"
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"Formula?!? What formula? There is a formula to make Iksar? Oh me, oh my, i must find out what it is." With that Thumble lowered his weapons and proceeded to start searching frantically through his backpack. "Oh where did I put that copy of The Massive Guide for Mediocre Experimenters? It surely must have something about creating Iksar formulas." Finally after much searching and much muttering, Thumble found his guide and thumbed through it.

"G, H, I, There it is, Iksar!" He said as he frantically poked at the title of the page. "By the heavenly sprocket, there is an Iksar creating formula. But, oh my, this is disgusting." He stares at Tarvos. "Do you really do that in order to make more Iksar? How disgusting."

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Did he just call iksar mediocre? Tarvos thought to himself. This gnome was earning no points fast in the redeeming of Tarvos's eyes.
Sindienu gave the gnome a curious look, there was really a formula for making iksar? She peered over the top of his book, which she had to bend down to do, and quickly looked away, a purple hue making an appearance on her face (having blue skin and blushing tends to do that). Some things were better left forgotten. The dark elf cleared her throat, "So, what brings you out to the woods, good sir gnome?"
j, k, i, eh Yar. Interesting alphabet ya got. :smileytongue: , and I think dan has left the building for a while, though from what he told me he should be back soon.
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"The woods, oh my, these are woods aren't they.  I suppose I was lost.  Yes, thats it, I was lost.  In fact I'm still lost.  Where am I?  And who are you?  And why are these overgrown, arrogant, big snouted salamanders glowering at me?"  Thumble replied as he stuffed his tome back into his overflowing bag.

J, K, I, what J, K, I, I don't see that, all I see G, H, I.:smileytongue:
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Oh, that was a bad idea, Sindienu thought to herself. Before she could even try to stop him, Tarvos vanished, then suddenly reappeared right in front of the gnome, sword held against the little man's throat. "You should mind what you say to us 'salamanders' lest you lose the ability to speak at all. We are far more dangerous then any book you might have read about us." 
geez, egging him on like that :smileymad: ,  one would think you wanted your character dead :smileywink:

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As the Iksar grabbed him, Thumble let out a slight squeak before bringing up his wards.  "Do it, giant gecko, I do not fear the blade of an over evolved crocodile.  The spirits of my ancestors will protect me.  But you, you have incurred my wrath.  You shall bow before the might of Thumble the Most Magnificent Shaman!!!" 
 
With that Thumble tried to pull out his hammer and buckler but ended up dropping the buckler on his foot and yelping in pain.  Apparently wards don't protect from attacks from yourself. 

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Hey all, sorry about my absence there, I've been busy ingame :smileytongue: My free month doesn't expire till next thursday, so I still have time to figure out payment. BTW if any of you see Dancoed of the Pine in Antonica, kill the **ZOMG** for me would ya? he's really starting to [Removed for Content] me off.

The "battle" was interrupted by a deep chuckle. Rikshanthas could barely restrain himself, he was shaking visibly with the effort. The sight of the proud iksar ranger so perturbed by what several races on Norrath considered a food source was more than he could bear, despite the gnome's insults to his race. However, the thought of 'food source' conjured up a mental image of the little shaman roasting on a spit over an open flame, which only made him remember how much he had enjoyed the taste of flame-kissed gnome. This last thought sobered Rik rather quickly. Choking off his laughter with a harsh cough, he sat up. "I apologize for my brethren's quick temper, however, I can understand his anger, as your comments so far have been insensitive, rude and rather short-sighted." Shanti groaned. Sensing an impending lecture which would probably only escalate the situation, she spoke up quickly. "Please, stop this everyone. Therre is no need for bloodshed overr merre worrds. Calm yourrselves. Citizens of Qeynos do not behave in this mannerr!"

Heh, it would be funnier to leave J, K, I intact, the gnome being as disorganized as he seems. SMILEY

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Hey, welcome back DBoz, I'm sorry if me and dregon kind of ran away with the thread but hey, what can you do.

"Short-sighted, is that some kind of gnome insult?  And whats this about these people being from Qeynos?  I thought that they were evil Freeportians out to cause havoc and mayhem and such upon our heads.  I do believe it is time for introductions, yes, yes I do."  With that Thumble dropped his hammer, and gave a bow directed at Shanti. 

"I, my most lovely kitten, am Thumble, the Most Magnificent Shaman.  And, may I inquire as to who all of the rest of you are?"

 

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"Your wards won't protect you for as long as I can hold a grudge," Tarvos promised, not backing down for an instant, "and no one has ever accused me of fitting in in Qeynos".
Sindienu put a calming hand on Tarvos's arm, making the tip of the sword seem less threatening to the excitable gnome. "I agree with her, Tarvos," she said, staring him in the eyes. "I've learned from you that there are many good reasons to have to fight, but words are not among them. I would think you've grown accustomed to taunts in Qeynos."
He looked at the dark elf, and said thru gritted teeth, "But he's annoying me."
Now she gave him an annoyed look, "Deal with it."
He harumphed and sheathed his sword, "Know only that I do this for her sake and not yours, gnome." He actually didn't know why this gnome got under his scales so much. Most of the time he really couldn't care less what others said. Maybe the last gnome he and Sindienu escorted thru the thundering steppes just put him on his wits end.
"Well, my name is Sindienu, and cranky here goes by Tarvos."
I saw Dan last night when I got on, I'll have to tell him Howdy for ya next time. You having trouble killing him or what?

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Trouble? Oh you could say that. The [Removed for Content]'s been a no-show for 3 days, and he's the only thing between me and Qeynos right now.
 

 
Rik managed to regain his composure, and made a gesture of greeting to the gnome. "I am Rikshanthas Kel'Danaan of the Concordium, illusionist and sage. My wise friend here is Rishanti, a fellow of your calling." Shanti made a graceful curtsey at the introduction. "We were waiting here for some old friends before moving to the Lion's Mane, where I have a room reserved for the evening. However since the others have been apparently delayed, I will leave a note here for them should they arrive later, and we may proceed now, if you wish." He had become increasingly aware of his own hunger over the past few minutes, and he wanted nothing more then than a full meal and a glass of wine, without any more conflict.
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"Proceed to an inn, of course I'm willing.  I've been lost here for around two days and couldn't find my way out. An incredible experience, yes, but I am incredibily hungry from it."  Thumble replied and turned towards Tarvos, his nemesis from a few moments ago.  "And did you say that you were Tarvos, as in Tarvos the Forest Dragon.  If so I owe you my deepest apologies.  You are reputed to be an honorable fellow, for an Iksar, and I believe a gnome has recently arrived back in the Baubleshire thanks to your courageous actions.  That gnome was my master, the great chef, Bumblenorgin.  Unfortuanately, I'm not such a great chef.  Which is why I'm so hungry.  Did you know it doesn't soften rocks if you boil them in jum-jum juice?"

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Tarvos grumbled something incomprehensable. The grumbling roughly translated to, That really figures, this one was too much like Bumblenorgin for him to be anything except an apprentice or a close relative, minus a few choice words of course. Something told Tarvos this was going to be a long, long night.
 
Sindienu nodded at the gnome, the recognition Tarvos received when his name was offered seemed to be growing. She also wondered why one would try to boil a rock in the first place but decided Thumble would have no logical reason behind it, so she didn't ask him. "Aye, lets head to the inn. I'm sure we could all could use a bite to eat."
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By the way DBoz, I'll be on tonight to help ya with Dan and Felzik, (I love killing Felzik, killed him about 6 or 7 times now with Tarvos)
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Heheh, thanks for that. I'll look ya up, hopefully I'll be in a Qeynos apartment tonight.

Rikshanthas quirked an eyebrow at the gnome, but did not respond. Lost for two days? But for the gnome's obvious preoccupation I would have difficulty understanding how that is even possible, given the city gates are clearly visible just over that hill, he thought to himself, suppressing a smile. "Well then, shall we?" And after tacking up a small note in clear, well-written Common to the maple at the center of the grove, he pushed aside the underbrush and started off toward Qeynos, Rishanti rushing after him for a quick word in private.

And that's my last post for tonight, I'm off to see if I can get ingame to live up to how I introduced myself heh (online Rik is only a 'chanter/scholar).

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As the crossed out of the woods, Thumble noticed for the first time how close he was to the city gates. "Oh look, that explains why I was lost. They must have moved the city about. That was why I couldn't find my way back in. Hmmm, I wonder how they did it. The only method I can think of requires forty barbarians, a high elf and eighty two gallons of badger grease. Yes, that must be the way they did it." With a satisfied expression on his face, Thumble moved to follow his companions back into the supposedly moved city.
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When she believed they were out of earshot of the others, Rishi leaned close to Rik and murmured, "is he coming?"
        The iksar did not slow his stride, but inclined his hooded head to his companion. "I am uncertain," he replied, his voice barely above a whisper. "We have not spoken in over a month. I cannot even say if he still lives, or can respond to my call. One thing is certain, however, I cannot go through with this without him. His ... unique skills are too important to the completion of my -- our, objectives," he corrected himself quickly. "We must wait, but not for much longer. I would prefer not  to have my hand forced should the others fail to arrive in time, but we must be underway before the next sunset or all is lost. But let us speak of it later, I do not trust the keenness of unwanted ears," he said, gazing at their surroundings as they continued their trek back to the city gates. Rishi merely nodded silently, her concern growing.
 

*Dun-dun-duunnnn!* Sinister plot develops, film at 11! *laughs* Just 2 notes on this post, first, please refrain from posting anything about this mysterious "he", as it's a character of mine that I may or may not bring into the story later. Dregon knows him SMILEY Second, I decided to change Rishanti's nickname to something that rolls of the tongue easier SMILEY That's all for now, and I'm happy to say I'm now a full citizen of Qeynos on Lucan D'Lere server SMILEY

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"Right, I'm sure that's exactly what they did. They moved Qeynos to hide it from you," Tarvos said dryly to the gnome, though his attention was elsewhere, focused mainly on the two walking ahead of him. What are they talking about that they feel they need to be private about it? he wondered. Sindienu lingered briefly in the clearing, enjoying the embrace and peace of the forest. "You coming, Sin?" Tarvos called over his shoulder. Without responding, the dark elf ran to catch up.
Was wondering if you were going to bring him into this

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"Well, I have had problems in Qeynos.  You see, mystery shrouds me.  Yes, yes mystery indeed.  I have a history, a hidden history.  I have made enemies in Qeynos.  It is good that I have such considerate friends as yourselfs to protect me."  He replied to the obviously distracted Iksar.  He then noticed a butterfly flitting around and he ran off to catch and examine it, muttering to himself excitedly the whole time.

See, I can have my own plot twist.  Thumble is shrouded in mystery.  Hah, hes much more sinister than some friend of yours.
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Self inflicted mystery, no doubt, Sindienu thought to herself. She seriously doubted if the gnome was aware of what he was doing half the time, and that half was being generous. And judging from the treatment the gnome had offered the iksars when first they met, he would have indeed made quite a few enemies in Qeynos. She looked to Tarvos with a warm smile and noticed him staring blankly ahead. "Well that's not an expression I see often. What's on your mind?" She said in a low tone to the iksar in a mix between sebilisian and tier'dal. She had taught him Tier'dal over the years they had known each other just as he had taught her sebilisian. They morphed their languages into a hybrid of the two which made their private discussions very hard to follow even by those who knew both languages.
 
"Hmm?" He said not really registering what she had asked at first. "Oh, nothing really, just have a suspition that those two have something planned and I can't figure out what it might be." The druid looked at the two they were following. She trusted Rik enough to know he wouldn't let them come to harm if he could help it, but she trusted Tarvos's instincs on these matters more.

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Wow! Never thought I'd hear from you guys again. I guess its time to bring ol' Ravenheart out for the reunion.
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