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“You’ve been drawing all sorts of interesting attention, my friend,” Trelor said, shaking his head behind his desk. “I assume you’re talking about our complaints about the way the combat logout system can be exploited?” Keia said. “Because it’s bullshit that someone can torture someone like that and have it counted as combat.” If her […]
The world reappeared around me, and boy was it a trippy experience. The gem going off had been a lights out sort of situation, but everything coming back was taking a moment. I got flashes of the alley. I thought I might’ve been having an out of body experience or something that was induced by […]
“You’re not so tough now, are you smartass?” The punch landed against my face and he fell back. Unluckily Gregor was back there, newly resurrected after taking that shot to the chin from Kristoph, to hold me in place. Which was a damn shame. With the way I felt I would’ve much rather slumped down […]
“Any way you can hurry this up?” Keia muttered under her breath. “I have to get a feel for the interface before I can use the thing,” I muttered back, splitting my attention between said interface and Keia. Her eyes darted through the Auction House like she was waiting for an execution squad to come […]
Five minutes later we stood in front of a massive auction house. “This thing is huge,” Kristoph said. “At least compared to the other buildings in town.” “Makes sense,” I said. “The palace where money changes hands would be something special in a goblin town.” “Oh this place is special all right,” Keia said. The […]
I watched with no small sense of satisfaction as the last bit of Horizon armor disappeared in a puff of magic. I glanced over to Trelor who was leaning against his desk and staring with the same childish glee he’d been showing since I started disenchanting this stuff. “Sorry,” he said. “For me this is […]
Trelor slammed a meaty palm down on his desk again. “You want to know why the fuck they’re running around in our game? Because we made a deal with them and apparently the middle management pukes and legal idiots never thought to put in a clause that prevented them from invading the game!” “I mean […]
Trelor the Magnificent leaned back and eyed me. Like he was eyeing me long enough that the moment started to get a little uncomfortable. Finally he spoke. “Y’know it’s frightfully convenient that you came to me rather than making me go out into the world to try and find you,” he said. I wasn’t sure […]
“That went well,” Keia said. She was staring at the still receding form of Torian, alternately screaming abuse and in pain, with a predatory gleam in her eyes that reminded me it would be a terrible idea to ever get on her bad side. “Tell me about it,” I said, glancing to the forge down […]
Well that was certainly a plan. Attack the captain of the goblin guard and rely on his buddies to back him up. It wasn’t a very good plan. Most plans forged in the moment and fueled by rage and a desire for revenge weren’t all that great, I knew from experience in my early days […]