7/7/2014 9:20:44 PM
I find drinking ice water (or something else with ice in it) does wonders for alleviating the problems of heat. I used to hate ice in my drinks--I still do, really--but it's indispensable.Posted in: Water Cooler Talk
6/23/2014 11:46:55 AM
Sorry for disappearing, it's a long story but I should be back soon!Posted in: The Epic World
6/17/2014 11:30:54 AM
Tiax, let's move on from that argument.Posted in: Debate
5/29/2014 9:12:42 PM
**The light did little to illuminate the woods--truth be told, the effect was more in general to make the areas outside of the small perimeter of the torches harder to see in.**Posted in: The Epic World
Édouard - "Well... do we stay here and try to wait for dawn.. if there is one... or do we try to find something?"
5/29/2014 4:47:55 PM
Édouard - "I can make torches."Posted in: The Epic World
**He set about picking up some large pieces of wood and covering them in rags.**
5/29/2014 4:37:51 PM
**Edouard was staring up at the sky in puzzlement.**Posted in: The Epic World
Édouard - "No moon... no stars..."
5/29/2014 4:19:04 PM
**Edouard did the same, cursing repeatedly as he shook water out of his shoes.**Posted in: The Epic World
Édouard - "What do you even make of this place?"
5/29/2014 3:56:46 PM
**The man had apparently not traveled with them.**Posted in: The Epic World
5/29/2014 3:40:59 PM
**When the adventurers stepped through the portal, what they felt first was a warmth--not an unpleasant warmth, as they might have feared, but a calming feeling, quite alike being held by a loved one. This feeling for only a moment concealed the panic which broke out; in the darkness, they all gradually had a sensation of being simultaneously turned upside down--though which direction "up" was anyone knew--and being stretched, like taffy, almost to the breaking. It was not exactly excruciating, but none of them could have described it as comfortable.Posted in: The Epic World
For how long this lasted, no-one could tell. At length, however, they found themselves in a shallow basin of water, perhaps a foot deep and twelve or thirteen feet wide, under which was cold and slimy stone. Through the midnight gloom they could just see, a few feet beyond the lip of the basin, aged trees, gnarled and dense, spreading out into the gloom of the underbrush. A single gap stood in the trees, a narrow path of ancient and weathered stone.**
5/29/2014 1:29:17 PM
**Antoninus grabbed the glass and, with a shrug, began to gulp it down, not stopping until the whole was empty.**Posted in: The Epic World
Antoninus - "Now THAT's what I've been fightin' for."
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