Sunday, April 1, 2012

Arc Arrow of Alria

“You saw what happened last time! Give me the arrow.”

“No! I was dead-accurate with my shot, and we wouldn’t have been seen if you hadn’t made all that noise! Now give me my bow back.”

Feris sat on a large rock and cleared his throat “If I may-”

“NO!” Rathgar and Nimble said in unison.

Feris sighed.

“We only have one arrow, one shot, it has to count.” Rathgar argued.

“And just like last time, I’m still the better shot.” Nimble argued.

“They’re getting closer” Allianora warned. “If you keep this up, they’ll hear you too.”

Rathgar fumed. “Fine! Don’t miss.”

Nimble smiled as he snatched the bow, and rushed to the parapet. Drawing the arrow back he took aim at the approaching squad of chaos knights. Their elaborate armor jingled softly in the distance. With a soft exhale the arrow flew...

Passing through the first line of knights and embedding into the ground at the foot of the warrior with the most elaborate helmet.

“Fan-fracking-tastic. You missed!” Rathgar hissed.

“I didn’t” Nimbles smile widened.

With a crack the sky flashed, and the screaming started.


Arc Arrow of Alria

These jagged tipped arrows have a single thin copper wire winding from the steel tip all the way to the notch. When fired into a target it will cause 1d8+3 points of damage. When fired into the ground, everyone within 10’ will suffer 3d8+3 points of electrical damage (save vs wands for half).

6 comments:

  1. Hey! I'm visiting you from the A - Z challenge! This was a great post :) I'm looking forward to your other posts! You have a great blog, I'm your 160th follower :D

    Nikki – inspire nordic

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      Thanks for stopping by, and I'm glad you enjoyed it!

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  2. Cool short story! I'm visting from the A to Z Challenge. It's nice to meet you.
    http://tyreanswritingspot.blogspot.com/

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      Glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for stopping by.

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  3. Awesome. These are going to show in the local shop for my son's elf archer the next time we play!

    Tim
    The Other Side
    The Freedom of Nonbelief

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