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Pictors Studio12 Aug 2019 6:35 a.m. PST

Water dripped from Baegro's hands, the leather around his weapons was soaked through to the bone and where his feet sank into the deep mud he could feel the sharp bone fragments from the long dead.

Baegro was the first to see it. Despite the mist and the still falling drizzle he saw it glowing through the pooling water. The slight glow of it drew his eyes out.

They had spread out in small groups searching the area. The metal-faced witch had not lied. Baegro had been loathe to trust her, but it had not been his decision.

The small group of savage warriors moved quickly and shouted out to their companions to join them. The other one had to be nearby.

As they came up on it Baegro knew he had been right about the witch.


Through the mist they could see another glow on the ground and a hulking, metal clad form crouching over it along with several other figures partially hidden behind its form.


With a shout the warriors were off, the mud sucked at their feet as they tried to move across the ground.

The enemy moved up to meet them, the three figures around the massive monster ran forward.

Water and blood splashed off of the Iron Golem as Baegro's weapon smashed into him. The warrior's hammer hit Baegro hard in the shoulder and the two separated a few paces and circled each other.


Kalik and Malm moved around the two enemy warriors and moved towards the glow in the ground. The Ogor stood over it ready to defend the warband's possession.

Suddenly Kalik and Malm heard the monster grunt in pain and start to turn to face the attack. They could see the bone spear sticking out of his back before a yank pulled the creature off of its feet and drew it several paces away from the objective before it could regain its feet.


As it did though it smashed its fists into its attacker and Korum staggered as the blows rained down upon him.

The dwarf retreated back when he saw the Ogor pulled away.

He wasn't fast but he was able to obtain his goal before Kalik and Malm could get there.


Then a piercing scream of denial echoed off the ruins behind him. He turned to see Kashim struggling to get to grips with the enemy, but they were firmly in place.


The witch had played them false, she had told them the truth about where they would find the Bog Eyes, but she had also told their rivals. On an even field the Untamed Beasts might have an even chance of taking out the Iron Golems, with the Bog Eyes in their enemy's possession retreat was the only option.


Personal logo PzGeneral Supporting Member of TMP12 Aug 2019 7:45 a.m. PST

Neat report. Is everything in the GW world so bleak? Or just your little bit of it?

Pictors Studio12 Aug 2019 9:38 a.m. PST

Bleak? It is two groups of dudes and gals fighting over magic trinkets in the rain. It isn't like one of the sides is dedicated to the elimination of all the European Jews.

Personal logo PzGeneral Supporting Member of TMP12 Aug 2019 11:17 a.m. PST

Ruined buildings, decrepit spikes walls, fallen statues, cracked floors of stone…. This ain't Candyland…. wink

Pictors Studio12 Aug 2019 12:48 p.m. PST

Don't forget the bones! Evidence that there is some rabbit running around there somewhere.

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