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Re: [02] Overland in Wet Weather

PostPosted: Wed May 28, 2014 5:05 am
by aspiringlich
Having lit a campfire last night, I think it's likely that if anything is there, it's already aware of us, so trying to approach by stealth wouldn't accomplish much. I suggest we head towards the structure in the clear light of day so we can see what's coming and minimize our chances of an unpleasant surprise.

Re: [02] Overland in Wet Weather

PostPosted: Wed May 28, 2014 5:56 am
by waysoftheearth
Some care was taken to hide the camp fire with stones and shields (which was wise), and it was rather on the far side of the hill top (relative to the fen), so it may be plausible that your camp was not spotted form the structure. Moreover, connecting a campfire to the presence of men would require a worrisome degree of cunning!

Re: [02] Overland in Wet Weather

PostPosted: Wed May 28, 2014 7:14 am
by DuBeers
Biratlan shoulders his pack. I think we should head as straight for the structure as prudence allows. We could search for days and not find a more likely place to locate our missing comrades-in-arms.

Re: [02] Overland in Wet Weather

PostPosted: Wed May 28, 2014 8:53 am
by discuit
Potts pats down and readjusts his armour, weapons and pack, then turns to the group.

"Gentleman......May I suggest that the majority of the party approach head on, as I feel that the likelihood of an unseen approach with this many armoured warriors is well.......unlikely, and whilst the majority of you do that I shall attempt to flank the site whilst you hold their attention? He then turns to Piotr "Piotr my friend, would you feel safer staying here and overseeing the campsite or would you prefer to accompany the rest of the group into the ruins? As always, I leave the decision up to you.

OOC: I'm happy to scout into the ruins if that is what the rest of the group desire? No risk, no reward as they say!

Re: [02] Overland in Wet Weather

PostPosted: Wed May 28, 2014 2:06 pm
by sully
Sullivus says, "Send someone stealthy to scout the area, see if there are any traps or evidence of recent movement outside. If none, let's move in now, while we have lots of daylight left."

Re: [02] Overland in Wet Weather

PostPosted: Wed May 28, 2014 2:13 pm
by discuit
Potts turns to Sullivas with his tell tale toothless grin on show - "That sounds like a solid plan to me Sullivas, shall I be on my way then, and where will the rest of you be waiting upon my return?"

Re: [02] Overland in Wet Weather

PostPosted: Wed May 28, 2014 2:15 pm
by mistere29
discuit wrote:Potts pats down and readjusts his armour, weapons and pack, then turns to the group.

"Gentleman......May I suggest that the majority of the party approach head on, as I feel that the likelihood of an unseen approach with this many armoured warriors is well.......unlikely, and whilst the majority of you do that I shall attempt to flank the site whilst you hold their attention? !



"I think this may be our best approach. We may as well make use of our friend's small size." says Magnus.

Re: [02] Overland in Wet Weather

PostPosted: Wed May 28, 2014 2:16 pm
by sully
discuit wrote:Potts turns to Sullivas with his tell tale toothless grin on show - "That sounds like a solid plan to me Sullivas, shall I be on my way then, and where will the rest of you be waiting upon my return?"

Sullivus shrugs and hikes his thumb over his shoulder toward Vergas.

"Ask the boss. I just work here."

Re: [02] Overland in Wet Weather

PostPosted: Wed May 28, 2014 7:55 pm
by ratikranger
Vergas addresses Potts (and the group): "I am alright with brave Master Potts here scouting ahead, but we should not leave him out there by himself. If something goes wrong and he gets hurt, we will have no way of helping our brother from behind this hill. I say we let him scout ahead, but we should not be far behind. Let's all move together and bring the Lady's light onto the moors!"

| Split the party? Me thinks not! |

Re: [02] Overland in Wet Weather

PostPosted: Wed May 28, 2014 8:24 pm
by DuBeers
Safety in numbers grunts Biratlan. Scouting ahead is fine, but not too far ahead.