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|Wednesday, October 5th, 2005|
Cair Paravel tossed and turned in his sleep. His hands still clutched his precious scythe, for he had long ago learned that sleep was no excuse to be caught unawares. His mind was filled with torturous images, images of things that have come to pass, and more frightening, things that could have come to pass.
The skies of Cair's Faerun are a bloody red, as he looks upong the corpses of his allies. He had slain them all, including the one he supposedly cared for. None of them survived, and some were barely recognizable from the sheer brutality of his attack. He grinned mischievously as he recalled the battle that had just occured. None of these warriors could even come close to touching him. He had mercilessly and ruthlessly hacked at them one at a time, beheading those that came too close to him and his weapon.
"You have done well, my grandson. Your powers have greatly improved since you accepted the blessings of my master"
A Glabrezu materialized beside Cair Paravel. Cair is no ordinary mortal, he was born of an unholy union between a human and a demon. This apparition beside him now was proof of that. His grandfather, supposedly dead, had escaped the vile clutches of Hel. Of course, being a servant of Hel made that feat a bit easier than usual.
"I can feel the blood of the slain feeding my soul. I grow stronger with each foe i slay"
"Of course. This is but part of the great power that we have bestowed upon you. Take this amulet, grandson, that our warriors in the battle that will consume the Sinood and all it stands for will know that you are, and always will be, our champion."
The strange amulet emitted a green glow, and engulfed Cair in it's radiance.
Cair awoke with a start. Another dream, he thought. Lately, these dreams have been becoming more and more of a nuisance, depriving the great warrior of much-needed rest.
He noticed his scythe on the floor, which was unusual as he would never, not even in his sleep, let it go willingly. As he bent to pick it up, an object fell from around his neck.
As Cair wondered about the strange object hanging around his neck, it started to glow...
...a sickly green light.
|Wednesday, May 25th, 2005|
The Struggling Paladin
As Lia, Quamarra, and I rushed out of the palace courtyard to investigate the small quake that just occurred, a peculiar, huge gray object falling from the sky caught our attention. Quick seconds passed by as the foreign thing swiftly fell towards the palace grounds. Too late, we realized as it bent its stocky feet and legs and balanced its bulky arms.
A deafening boom resounded across the Academy as the massive stone being smashed the ground with its full weight, instantly generating a crater of about ten-feet radius, a dust cloud twice that size, huge cracks on nearby walls, and sending people, including the three of us, off-balanced and down to their feet. Many of the palace guards cowered in fear.
An enormous man-like stone entity greeted us as the dirt subsided. Its brawny legs’ thickness were about twice my size. Its bulky chest were larger than two round shields. A small smirk slowly formed across its ugly, rough stone face as it began to flex its giant arms revealing its giant biceps and soon repeatedly opening and closing its fists, as if wanting us to hear the ominous crackle of its fingers. Vibrations on the ground reverberated as it took deliberately slow large steps towards us.
|Monday, May 16th, 2005|
The Struggling Paladin
While hacking the giant scorpion's legs and body as it vents all its fury unto me, the only attacker within its reach, gargantuan monster hurled its tail at my face. I was able to get my head out of the way but its tail struck me on my side and its poisons gradually took effect. Nonetheless, I continued bashing and slashing; I would not have that thing harm my friends.
Soon, however, the poison sapped all the strength that I had, such that I could not even carry the armour I was wearing. My body slumped to the ground, helpless to the scorpion's next attack. But I did not fear death. I'd rather wake up in the Abyss alone, than to survive yet see my friends die because of my cowardice. I held out as long as I could until all of the party's offensive, especially Anastrianna's flame strike, burned it to crisp.
"I hate Paladins," Anastrianna quips after finishing the battle unscathed. "They're too eager for battle."
Suffering from the injuries of the battle, and the loss of strength due to a giant scorpion's poison, her statement hurt me much more. It was more terrible than a slap on the face. My heart felt thrice heavier than the armour that I carried.
|Friday, May 6th, 2005|
| You scored as Demon. Demon: Darkness is your sanctuary. Demons are many and are all different in appearence and rank. The most common are the ones that feed off of human souls. They love to make someone fall into their inner darkness. Blood, wrath, murder... You name it they love it. These beings don't care who you are, if they set their sights on you, let's just hope you know a good excorist. They kill any love within you and pull you toward their side. By any means possible. You wish for chaos and hate, you are the Demon.|
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|Wednesday, May 4th, 2005|
|Thursday, April 7th, 2005|
out-of-character: maglalaro ba tayo bukas?
in-character: "CAIR SMASH! RAAAAAAAAAAR!"