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Author Topic: If fantasy campaigns were chronicled like sports  (Read 147 times)

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If fantasy campaigns were chronicled like sports
« on: January 07, 2009, 11:36:23 PM »
LOL

From Zachary the First's blog:

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TOWERS OF DAMNATION, PLANE OF INFINITE DREAD --Coming back from the edge of defeat to score yet another miraculous, improbable victory, the Warriors of Light beat the Dark Army Saturday night on the Dark Army's home field.

"It's really discouraging," said Dark Army coach Albzug the Unsleeping, "You think you have the ruling piece of the legendary Dragon Gem with which you can bring about the destruction of the entire world, but a last-ditch assault on your vile fortress of evil can really turn things around in a hurry".

By the end of the first half, the Dark Army was well-ahead, having killed off several beloved secondary characters, but they could never quite manage to contain Gar, the peasant-turned-knight who won the love of a princess and was destined to become Lord Evilsbane, Ruler of the Seven Isles of Fate.

"We keep letting some peasant kid have a breakout game against us," said Albzug, his incorporeal body still reforming in the emptiness between worlds.


The rest here.
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