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: Ruitath proudly stepped away from the board. "This sure will be interesting..."
he murmured. Having been satisfied (and hearing all the commotion upstairs), he thought he'd go see what everyone was talking about. Slowly making his way up one of the large staircases, admiring great weapons mounted on the wall. He began to wonder what great Heroes of that time were like. He soon came to interesting place upon the wall. One of the trophies had two shiny daggers with folded up black cloth.
"Do not disturb the antiques!"
said the orc woman who caught Ruitath trying to pick up one of the Daggers. The sudden command made him jump out of his skin. He replied saying, "Yes, ma'm. Of course, ma'm."
The woman strolled along side him and after starring at him, angrily, she read an elvish reading. "It says, "Othro, the Cunning. These are the weapons of of a great hero. His full name was Othro Ilinne, the finest assassin and master lock picker that Heroica has ever seen. Many said that he could become invisible and vanish in thin air. Nobody is quite sure where the man came from, although he served a great deal in the Orcish war. These antiques weapons were returned after a search party was sent to find them."
She continued saying, "During the end of the War, when things started to get very messy, he and his close group of adventurers, they, went looking for a mighty relic that could end the war. He was last seen in the mountains Chadirra. Many believe he was ambushed, and killed by powerful beings. Others think he's still alive. Many think, that like all veterans, they can never die..."
Ruitath thought to himself. Standing in awe, she quickly interrupted reminding sharply him, "Do not disturb the antiques, young adventurer."
Ruitath thought to himself, "One day, I'll be the greatest adventurer, and they'll honor me here in the hall, forever and ever."
The woman became then distracted as other travelers entered the hall and a couple requested more drinks at the bar. Ruitath then continued his way upstairs...