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    Re: Warhammer Fantasy: IC Thread

    Siegmund was sat by the fire with his sword lain at his side. His vision was fixed, he was staring at the opening of the cave, waiting for something to happen.
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    Siegmund proceeded cautiously into the cave, gripping the hilt of his sword tightly. He sniffed the air, and wandered around for a while. Eventually, he turned away, satisfied that for now they were...
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    its not exactly hard to tell :P
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    Re: European Wars VIII

    attack again.
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    I've known for a while...
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    Siegmund shuffled uncomfortably where he stood. He didn't like this. It was too open, and besides, it felt as if something was peering out at him though the rocks.

    "Yes. We should find a cave or...
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    There are women on the Internet, but most of them aren't on this part of the Internet :P
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    Siegmund stared at his companions momentarily, and sighed. He loathed having to leave them; he had grown fond of Karl and Itaran during the battle. But it was foolish to fight an ogre over a few...
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    What local economy :surprise:
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    continue the assault.
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    Siegmund stood and angrily drew his sword. He shouted towards the two who looked as if they were about to cause a bloodbath.

    "Oi! What the :wub: are you two doing? we can't afford to stand here...
  12. Re: Warhammer Fantasy- Character Profiles

    Race: Human (Imperial)
    Name: Siegmund Aren
    Age: 35
    Weapons: Iron Sword
    Armour: Iron embossed shield, Ogre steel breastplate, chainmail greaves, leather boots, chaos dwarf pistol, a bag of 1000...
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    Siegmund rolled his eyes as he watched the group squabble over their destination. He decided not to get involved, staying seated on a boulder, absent mindedly inspecting his blade.
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    Continue the attack. Jesus, this is taking time.
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    Siegmund stuffed a dwarven pistol into his belt along with a sack of coin. He stood, and coughed.

    "Eat the orcs, if you must. But friends, I think this is a turning point. We either linger here,...
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    Siegmund offered a harsh bark.

    "Nobles are all the same."

    Glancing towards the ogre, he offered a small nod of uncertainty.

    "You know, I actually have no idea."
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    Siegmund furrowed his brow in deep thought, sitting on a rock as he watched the man dig.

    "Kedwall?..."

    Suddenly recalling the memory, he burst into laughter.

    "Damn, that was a bloodbath. Cut...
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    Siegmund looked down and raised an eyebrow, before slicing the man's bonds with his sword. He heaved the ragged man to his feet.

    "You're not a dead weight, are you?"
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    Siegmund nodded, and glanced at the prisoners before smiling.

    "Pleasure to meet you Aethis. I'm Siegmund Aren. Sigmar knows how I found myself here, but here I am."
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    Siegmund was wary of the stranger but kept a friendly demeanor. Still, his hand rested on the hilt of his blade as he inspected both the ogre and the elf.

    "Hello friends. Speak, then, if you will."
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    Siegmund stood over his fallen foe triumphantly, as the bloodlust that had claimed him slowly washed out of him. He looked down at his blood stained hands and sword and winced at the pain in his...
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    Siegmund sees Gorin stagger as he gets hit by a pistol shot, and roars savagely, leaping back into the fray after pulling his sword from the throat of a dead dwarf. He looks around for the chaos...
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    God damn. Nevermind. continue the attack.
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    Re: Warhammer Fantasy: One Thread RPG

    Awesome.
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    hurrah.
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    Siegmund had carved a bloody path through the dwarf ranks, and watched as Hendrik finally entered the fray, grimacing as the man entered a primal bloodlust.


    "What the :wub:?"

    Shaking off his...
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    Keep pushing north!
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    I meant of the war itself.
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    Siegmund looks to Karl, and then to the prisoners. He nods, and roars loudly as he fights off a dwarf.

    "FIGHT! Fight damn you! Don't you want to be free?"
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    Roaring, the bloodust begins to overtake Siegmund, exulting as his blade stains with blood. He continues to swing his sword fiercely, aggressively driving forward into the dwarven ranks. Siegmund...
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    Wasn't that more in the later phase though?
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    Siegmund charges into the fray, roaring a battle cry as he thrusts his shield in front of him, hopefully protecting him as he closes the gap between himself and the dwarves. Swinging his sword...
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    I mean in terms of mercs, but yes, point taken.
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    Its sad, really. It just seems like they rushed some of the Jarl holdings. Like literally, winterhold was a ruin yeah but you're telling me that the seat of the Jarl of that once great city was...
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    Yeah, they sort of lost those interesting little things with Skyrim. It was still a very good game though.
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    Yes, precisely, the NPC's were just so... bland. In Oblivion they all had odd little quirks or schedules. The Skooma den in Bravil being a classic example.

    And yeah, the Nordic cities kinda...
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    Yes. It had all the right ingredients just to keep it interesting.

    And I agree with you pink. I think Skyrims cities are too small compared to the ones in Oblivion, that all had their own little...
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    I actually enjoyed Oblivion more than Morrowind and Skyrim. I just couldn't stop playing it.

    I know, shoot me.
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    Really? I loved all of it. Even the weird things like dead bodies getting stuck in doors.

    Come to think of it, I especially liked weird stuff like that :whistling:
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    I like the idea, it's just that quite a lot of people find even the simpler battle systems clunky and intimidating. I suppose we shall have to try it out and se if it is indeed to complicated or not....
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