Khorne

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  1. Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    Eric feigned a looked of disbelief and chuckled. "Why not both? Lady, that's just not how I operate. I don't trust the Fox nor do I trust Ulric, so I honestly couldn't care less about their situation. I'm all about preserving my own skin. The Town Guard tried to impose their will upon us free citizens, so I stuck it to them." The Nord looked at Natnail's sword in his hand and raised an eyebrow. "Or I would've stuck it to them if it weren't for this lousy blade. Anyways, taking care of the Guard just happened to coincide with "defending" the Orc and the Copper Fox. Doesn't mean I was sticking up for them. I was sticking up for myself." He looked around the bar. "Can I still get a drink here, or...?"
  2. Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    "It was more about sticking it to the law than sticking up for you, Fox", Eric grunted as he was softly pushing over some of the bodies on the floor to look for more loot. The Nord smiled as his old acquaintance drew closer. "I'm actually curious to know what is going in the Bonaparte Fortress, excuse me: 'Fort Freedom'." Eric could barely subdue his laughter at the name and was sure to make air quotes to further undermine the fortress' name while saying it. "That's where things are being orchestrated, right?" "I don't really care much about Ulric and his politics. At least not anymore. I've had my stint with the Gang. I could tag along to the Oracle and see if we can get anything out of here." Eric turned around and made sure to pat small Petaldan on the head. "Thanks for your assistance in the battle. Many kids would lose their cool in situations such as that. I appreciate it."
  3. Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    "You cannot be serious", Eric thought as he missed yet another strike. Still, he wouldn't back down. Eric attacks Watchman Guard from the front row.
  4. Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    "This blade must be off balance..." The Nord eyed the Paladin Infantry once more, hoping to actually damage them this time. Noticing the small Petaldan offering him a Grand Potion, Eric responded in a surprised manner. He didn't expect a kid in Heroica's service. However, one couldn't start young enough to learn the skills of a proper warrior? Eric attacks Paladin Infantry B from the front row. @The Legonater: Wouldn't it be better if Eric and Petaldan switched positions in the BO? So Eric is healed first in case of possible future damage done to him by the Paladins?
  5. Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    Eric patted his wound and cursed. He repeats his attack on Paladin Infantry B, if he's dead already then Paladin Priest. From the front row.
  6. Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    Eric spun Natnail's blade around in his hand and grinned. It was no Conspirator, but it would have to do. "Let's spill some blood." Eric attacks Paladin Infantry from the front row, using Natnail's sword.
  7. Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    "Tsk, you think Ennoc watches over you?", Eric mocked the Paladins. "Bring it, girls." Eric wasn't gifted with any magical skills, so he looked around him to see if he could find anything of use to dole out some divine wrath with. Eric looks for a weapon, from the front row.
  8. Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    "Money, right? That's what we're fighting for, isn't it?", Eric bluntly replied to Pretzel. He knew that Pretzel probably had a different reason in mind, but he didn't really care. Money, and of lesser importance fame, were primarily Eric's motivators in lending his sword to Heroica. The Nord watched as the situation grew more tense around him. He wasn't planning on staying at first, after all Heroica was done for and those days now lay past him. His mind changed however when the Town Guard barged in, spewing nonsense about a curfew that some self-appointed Council of Prosperity and Peace had put upon the free citizens of Eubric. The Man. It made Eric's blood boil. His free Nordic spirit could not be tamed, especially not by some invisible power that had yet to prove its worth to him. He didn't really care about Kukulkan or the Copper Fox, nor did he share much of the Wolfgang's ideals, except bringing down the established order, but right now Eric chose to stand up to the Town Guard. Eric barged forward to the commotion and confronted the Town Guard. "Curfew? Nah, I'd rather stay up late. I'll go home when I choose to. Besides, the way things are going, it looks like it'll be an interesting evening." His trademark grin grew wider once more and with a condescending look in his eyes and venom in his words he spat: "Besides what are you going to do about? You're nothing but a helpless lackey. You have no power here."
  9. Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    Eric shook his head and casually waved Throlar's comment away. "Barely. I have other means of collecting information on the city and its inhabitants. Obviously I know about the Houses' downfall and Heroica shutting down, but why is everybody gathered here?"
  10. Heroica RPG General Discussion

    Alright, nice! Glad to be on board.
  11. Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    The Nord looked down upon the old monk and clicked his tongue. "Riiiight..." Knowing it would probably be best to leave the old coot alone, Eric couldn't help but answer the man's questions. He grinned slyly and replied: "Nej, you know me, Monk. I'm not one susceptible to corruption and I just couldn't bear Heroica tearing itself apart by dividing itself into warring groups. That's just bad for business, so I left." The Nord tapped his nose and winked. "So, tell me. What's all this about?", Eric asked as he surveyed the bustling tavern. "This place is a shithole."
  12. Heroica RPG General Discussion

    Really great to see some of the old players posting too! Like I said in the Quest topic, I just really wanted to make a post there too, even though I just missed the deadline. It'd be really cool if I could still tag along for the last ride though. But if I'm too late, I totally understand! I just wanted to let it be known to the world that Eric is now a small business owner, now that the heroing days are nearly over .
  13. Heroica RPG - Quest #159: An Unexpected Return

    Player note: I know I just missed the actual deadline, WBD (and others), but seeing the others and realizing this might be the last ever Heroica Quest, really made me want to make a post here. Rumors of a rival drinking establishment suddenly flourishing with newfound clientele permeated the atmosphere of the Njordon's Hall. The tavern was mainly frequented by those of Nordic origin, but was actually open to all. It mostly catered to those working in the harbour and the many sailors of Eubric. Njordon's Hall was well-known for its fine nordic mead that was served there and the many other services it offered, most of the carnal kind. A fog of stories and rumors surrounded the Hall and its owner, but the rumors remained rumors and were yet to be proven fact. It was publicly known the owner was into some shady business and had acquired the tavern through some nefarious deal. If you had the coin, you could most likely get whatever you wished there, as it was a den for smugglers and their kind. One of the more unfounded rumors, however, was that the owner was somehow connected to the Bonaparte riots, maybe had his hand in them or in the very least profited in some way from the Bonaparte's downfall and the temporary vacuum that brought with it. The buzz in the Hovels had not gone by unnoticed for Eric. Slumped in the throne he had made, he surveyed the grounds of Njordon's Hall, his Hall. The place was filled with people spending their coin on booze and women, but the Nord found little joy in that today. Silently he tapped the arms of the throne, contemplating his next move. When he could not longer keep it still, he got up, retrieved Conspirator and Godricsleif and went out. He needed to see what was going on in the Hovel with his own eyes. On his way there, Eric passed Heroica Hall and raised an eyebrow. The place looked remarkably empty. Now it had been a while since he was last there, but still, the Nord had always remembered the place as teeming with life. With a steady step, the Nord continued to march to the Hovels, the cold air filling his longs. He closed his eyes to enjoy the feeling. It took Eric some time to reach the Hovels and then find his way to the place he had been hearing so much about: Lady Luck's Locale. Much to his dismay, he handed over his weapons to the bouncer. The Nord cracked his fists and his neck. If push came to shove, he'd have to do it this way then, he figured. Entering the tavern, Eric was overtaken with surprise for a brief moment at the sight of all the Heroes there. "Vad i namnet...", he muttered. He scanned the crowd and spotted some familiar faces. Then he spotted Pretzel the Monk and then Throlar, the ambassador. "You have got to be kidding me", the Nord stood there, somewhat flabbergasted.
  14. Cool MOC! Like others have said, it has a sense of grandeur about it. The only thing I kind of dislike are the trans-blue doors on the left and the right. They feel too modern to me and kind of kill the 18th century architecture vibe the rest of the building portrays so well. I like the way you made the liquor bottles by putting a diamond on a regular wine bottle .
  15. [ESL - AMRCA Dec]

    I really like the first photo. The minifig posing there is great! The framing of the photo, combined with the blurry background gives it a sense of urgency as the characters run through the jungle. The technique for the palm tree is interesting, I don't think I've seen one built like that before.