Market District: The Merchants Inn

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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Richard on Sat Apr 11, 2015 6:39 pm

He walked to the dark elf who was still in shock, wanting to give the elf a quick death he placed his warhammer back onto his belt before placing a feet onto the dark elf. Grabbing his claymore with his two hand he stared down onto the soon to be dead elf. The large blade pointed down to the elf forehead and in a fluid motion he brought the blade down in attempt to stab the man skull and finish him off.  

If all was successful he would regroup with Gillis and the zealot, staring both Gillis and Morwenna before his head turned to the pleading man. It wasn't his fight thus he had no right to decide on this man’s life. He simply waited there with his sword drenched in bandit blood, head turned to Morwenna. For Richard the decision to spare or kill the man was on her hand or maybe the group had other things in plan for this bandit. No matter he stoically stood there his helmet facing Morwenna.
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Morwenna on Sat Apr 11, 2015 6:52 pm

Her arm quickly readjusted to grab the bandit as he fell. "Why should I listen to your plead?" she asked, her eye managing to catch a glimpse of Richard and the dunmer. Holding up a hand, she signaled for him to wait. Her arm then thrust into Gillis' direction as she needed help raising herself from the ground. "I have no desire to kill without cause, give me a reason to spare your life."
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Gillis on Sun Apr 12, 2015 1:02 am

Gillis watched as the bandit fell, and waited. Regardless of what he said his life was over. Whether or not the group saw it fit to kill, he would. Loose ends could bring us all down and it just wasn't worth it for some bandits life.
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Silvan Oakhollow on Sun Apr 12, 2015 5:35 am

"The survivors?" Silvan asked between breaths, pushing himself to a stand over the wheezing, writhing body of the Khajiit. Blood peppered his person from the numerous slashes that Imperial bandit carved into his arms and back. 

He sucked air in through his teeth and pulled the string back on his crossbow, loading another bolt. Rather than answer Anrion's question then and there, he walked over towards the fallen greatsword bandit laying beneath Morwenna and looked down at him. 

"You--" The bandit managed to say before he was interrupted by the twang of Silvan's crossbow string. An iron bolt sank into the front of his face, and the Greatsword bandit fell limp with a gurgle. 

"We kill any left." Silvan announced, scanning the area.
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Anrion on Sun Apr 12, 2015 5:48 am

He nodded once. Killing these men didn't bother him, a bandit was a lowlife, almost at the bottom rung of the ladder that was sentient life, well, he relented, maybe a little higher than mages. 

     Anrion looked over his allies and reached in his pack. Calling out: "Anyone who needs a quick bandaging, find me, I've got some spare wraps." While he waited to see if anyone felt the need to take him up on his offer he set about dressing his own wound. It wouldn't be physician quality being done on the fly like this, but every little bit helped.
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Richard on Sun Apr 12, 2015 6:19 am

Richard stared at the now dead body with the bolt implanted into the bandits face. He look up at sylvan and stared for a good second with his eyes being shadowed by the helmet. The bandits might have deserved it but he should have let him say his finals words. He shook his head before turning back to Gillis and Morwenna. Noticing the blood oozing out of Morwenna’s leg. “Tend to your wound.” He said in a low tone voice to Morwenna his helmet eyeing her. Last thing he wanted is a handicapped knight. 
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Morwenna on Sun Apr 12, 2015 6:27 am

As the bolt hit the man's flesh and burrowed into his skull, she let go of him, letting his lifeless corpse crash into the dirt. For a moment she looked distraught, but it quickly subsided as she raised her gaze to Silvan. 

Hidden beneath her helmet was a haunting look, but of course none could see through the darkness the night and metal had cast upon her face. Shrugging off Richard's comment and the disrespect she'd just witnessed, she attempted to stand, before quickly collapsing onto one knee letting out a loud moan. 

"Bloody f... that's worse than I'd expected." Placing her claymore back over her into it's sheath, she laid her hands on each side of her mangled calf before they began to glow in a bright hue.
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Gillis on Sun Apr 12, 2015 6:37 am

"Well... that was..something" Gillis tried to keep his composure. This couldn't be any worse then watching a man burn alive but it just seemed so. But at the same time, it wasn't anything to cry about it. He took note of the brutality and waited for their next move to be announced.
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Salmystra on Sun Apr 12, 2015 6:56 am

"Indeed" replied Salmystra as she cleaned her daggers, "Spare none. The night is young and the bloody potential is just beginning." She then proceeded to pull from her garmets ingredients for a poultice and a small dropper vial. She then put three drops on her wound in her arm and then applied the poultice. "The tincture is for the pain and the hers to stop the bleeding and promote healing" stated the argonian as she tended her injury. "If anyone needs a fix I can help" inquired the argonian openly to the group.
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Silvan Oakhollow on Sun Apr 12, 2015 7:32 am

"Don't look at me like that. If they get away, they'll notify others. We can't afford something like that." Silvan said, reloading his crossbow. Noting Morwenna's injury, there was a mixture of intrigue and sympathy splayed on his face.

"Well... We can rest a bit for now. Give everyone time to tend to their injuries." He said, prodding one of the many slashes across his arms.
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Anrion on Sun Apr 12, 2015 7:40 am

Settled on a rock, Anrion tended his own injuries. As he looked about the post battle field, he noted the others doing the same. As it was, noone needed any of the extra gear he'd brought, so he'd have plenty of reserves later on.

     Standing back up, Anrion flexed his fingers on his injured arm. Satisfied that he was not going to lose the appendage he prepared himself to delve into the dark underground. Ambling about the field, he waited for the others to finish up.
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Gillis on Sun Apr 12, 2015 7:50 am

Gillis slid down to down the pillar on to the ground. He left the pain in his shoulder to mend itself and preoccupied himself by pulling grass and spinning them from his hand.
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Richard on Sun Apr 12, 2015 7:54 am

Richard found a small boulder close to Morewenna and Gillis and sat down. Placing the tip of his sword onto the ground and the handle leaned onto his right shoulder he would examine the blood drenched blade. Taking a cloth out, he slowly wiped the blood off it. "How the wound." He asked in the Morewenna direction while his head was examining his blade not wanting to have any stain on his Claymore.
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Morwenna on Sun Apr 12, 2015 8:03 am

Grunting quietly, she turned to Richard as he spoke to her. "Fine.." she muttered, wincing as the bone reformed slowly. She certainly didn't expect to get this injured, or even injured in the slightest. Damn double teaming bandits, there was never a fair fight.
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Silvan Oakhollow on Sun Apr 12, 2015 8:29 am

Silvan spent a quick moment loosely wrapping bandages over his arms. They were the least clothed parts of his body - the injuries on his back could wait. 

"Well, are we ready to head inside? We don't want the bandits to get to the treasure before us, right?"
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Anrion on Sun Apr 12, 2015 9:41 am

Nodding once, Anrion drew his axe again. Secure in his hands, the rustic-looking piece showed it's years of use and upkeep. When the group entered, he'd make sure to keep low and away from them to catch any ambushers. It was a move the Fighter's Guild had called "The Sweep" He'd have liked to have more than just himself taking on the task, but he was unsure who was able to keep stealthy. He was ready to enter the ruin.
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Richard on Sun Apr 12, 2015 3:35 pm

After cleaning his blade and throwing the cloth away he sheathed his claymore. Getting up he waited for the rest of the group to get ready.
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Morwenna on Sun Apr 12, 2015 4:58 pm

As the bones reformed slowly, she muttered something under her breath, before turning back to Richard. "Mind doing me a favor? Take my sword and remove the filth, I'd completely forgotten in my focus on this." she added, giving a motion to her back with her head. Using her other hand, she unbuckled the shin guard from her leg to take a look. Gradually the leg began to regain its form, still rather slowly though. "How big are these ruins exactly? I don't want to lag behind all things considered. This isn't the fastest process."
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Gillis on Sun Apr 12, 2015 5:19 pm

Gillis did a lazy job of wiping his blade on the grass, once on each side. Then a quick wipe with his tattered cape to remove and sticking grass. He stood and sheathed his sword. He had almost forgotten he did not know these fellows and the elfs brutality reminded him pretty quickly then none but the archer had even remotely gained an ounce of trust. So now he would be guarded
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Silvan Oakhollow on Sun Apr 12, 2015 5:46 pm

"Don't worry, lass. We'll keep you in mind and go extra slow. Besides, slow and steady wins the race, eh?" He said, reaching out to slap her on the shoulder, but pausing mid-way. Remember: do not jostle the wounded.

"As for how big the ruins are, I can't say for sure. You never know with those Ayleid types. Some are simple rooms while others are labyrinths." Silvan dusted his hands off on his trousers and wandered towards the entrance where the bandit from earlier still lie in the grass. He groaned, shifting in place as the shaft of an arrow protruded from his back. 

"Hey pal," The elf said, kneeling beside him. "I've got a question for you: how many of your friends do you have inside?" The bandit grunted and continued to claw at the grass as if to crawl away. Silvan reached forward and grabbed the arrow's shaft - twisting and pushing it deeper into the unfortunate soldier's body, eliciting an agonized howl. "Don't be shy, now."

"Sssseven!" He hissed through his groans and breathing. Silvan released the arrow.

"I like those odds. See? You're much friendlier when you're not crying about that silly arrow. And now that we're good friends, I'll do you a favor." Silvan leaned forward and placed his knee on the back of the bandit's neck. With a shift of his weight and a sharp movement, there was a dull pop and the bandit's squirming slowed to a stop.

"Good news!" He called back towards the group, standing to his full - albeit short - height. "Twelve down, seven to go. Then the treasure is ours! And hell, I may use riches earned to keep you lot in employ! You certainly know how to handle yourselves. I'm impressed."
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Anrion on Sun Apr 12, 2015 9:46 pm

Seven bandits to go, the thought rippled across his mind. In a standup fight, this would be uneven at best, if it turned into an ambush, things could be a disaster. "Make sure to watch your corners, I'll try and keep us from being flanked." He spoke, not to anyone in particular but the group as a whole. As he turned to follow the fancy tin-suit front liners, another thought struck him. "Everyone watch out for ancient traps, they may be old, but they still are just as deadly as ever."
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Richard on Sun Apr 12, 2015 9:53 pm

Richard looked at Morwenna as she asked for a small favor, when it comes to maintaining a weapon he couldn’t say no. Walking toward Morwenna he drew her claymore from the sheath, the blood dripping from the sides of the blade due to gravity, examining the specimen. He walk to one of the dead bandits ripping of a piece of their cloths. He placed the cloth on the handle end of the blade and in a fluid and slow motion he moved the cloth downward wiping off the blood on it. 

After being satisfied that no stains was on the blade he start examining the blade while Morwenna was still healing herself. With one hand on the handle while the other further on the blade he raised the blade in 50
° angle up into the sky ,the moonlight reflected on the blade, with the pummel placed on the eye holes of his helmet. All of this to see how well good the craftsmanship on the blade was and the many scars that the blade could potentially show him. Each scars meant a battle and each battle meant a victory or else how could she still be alive?
 Upon finishing the examination he twirl the blade around himself playing around it, the air was being dragged by the blade making a muffled (?) sound. After all he pride himself of being a master of weapons.

Finished, he walked back to Morwenna sliding the blade into the sheath or handing over it to her depending on if she finished recovering. He spoke under his helmet and two words came out “Fine blade.”

Through that small little cleaning he had notice little of the elf brutality on another prey until the cry of the bandit. His head turned to the soon to be dead elf as he heard the crunch of the poor sot neck being broken.


His head turned to Anrion and gave a small nod acknowledging the warnings. Though he knew not much of these ancient traps he would try pay attention to stuff that were off placed. 


His head turned to Anrion and gave a small nod acknowledging the warnings. Though he knew not much of these ancient traps he would try pay attention to stuff that were off placed. 
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Morwenna on Sun Apr 12, 2015 10:39 pm

As her leg slowly began to feel like one piece again, she attempted to stand on it again, feeling only a tad bit of pain as she applied full pressure to it. Good as new.

As Richard flaunted the blade about she was mildy impressed by his expertise. "It was a gift from the best." she replied as he moved to hand it back into her possession. The crunching sound as the other bandit was slain hardly even phased her, lest she bat an eye in the general direction, she wasn't looking to start anything. This wasn't her way, so she would have to deal with it.

Sheathing the blade again she replaced her armor, latching it tightly before fully standing upright. "Shall we then? I would suppose time is of the essence?"
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Griswald on Sun Apr 12, 2015 10:47 pm

Griswald and his crew, waited inside the ruins growing weary of the attackers outside. The anticipation grew as they waited ready for the enemies to walk into their own death. Griswald made sure he dimmed the lighting on all the fires within the ruins, to throw the attackers off when they came in. Him and his crew knowing the layout would give them an advantage. Griswald took a short second and prayed to Sithis under his breath so none of his acquaintances would hear him. He then opened his eyes and readied for the upcoming fight.
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Re: Market District: The Merchants Inn

Post by Gillis on Sun Apr 12, 2015 11:18 pm

Gillis moved towards the front of the group and readied his shield in in his left hand and drew his blade in his right. He was ready
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