The Chronicles of Loth page 72 chapter 11

Tuesday, the 10th of September at 12:00 AM, 2013 in The Scales of Valor
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The Chronicles of Loth page 72 chapter 11

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EFlint Tuesday, the 10th of September at 12:00 AM, 2013 edit delete
EFlint
Never say die! Unless you only need like one D20 or something. TWC image a more relaxed Neph. We still need a few more questions for the new "Cast" Interview page so please drop some over at the Facebook.

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sliver quck Tuesday, the 10th of September at 12:50 AM, 2013 edit delete reply
ooh Cade you insulted her honor now you must die a painfully death ,she bout to bring pain.
ranger_brianna_new Tuesday, the 10th of September at 2:15 AM, 2013 edit delete reply
ranger_brianna_new
I think Loth's dialog reveals what she feels about Cade. :P
Guesticus Tuesday, the 10th of September at 6:50 AM, 2013 edit delete reply
Not so sure if that is what she would do to Cade, but more what she would do in general
Guesticus Tuesday, the 10th of September at 6:52 AM, 2013 edit delete reply
Cade has probably been many things, but this may be the first time he has been called a 'caricature of a man', and, unfortunately for Mrs Lust, he is going to show her just how wrong she is on two counts
Boromiror Tuesday, the 10th of September at 11:17 AM, 2013 edit delete reply
If any of our main cast die, I could see it being Cade. He has no intrigue or quest other than roaming around and stealing. If you do plan on killing Cade might I recommend studying Steve Buscemi. Cade's comic personality would provide for a rather Steve Buscemi type death. Knowing Cade, however, he would probably end up trying to emulate the King of Death Scenes, Hollywood's premier die guy, and perma-redshirt, Sean Bean.
crazyman Tuesday, the 10th of September at 2:02 PM, 2013 edit delete reply
"Isn't this supposed to be a friendly competition?" Um, what part of "fight to the death" did you not understand? :D
Ed8 Thursday, the 12th of September at 1:08 AM, 2013 edit delete reply
It's obviously not a fight to the death, since the first two matches were won without a death. In a fight to the death, they would have been required to kill their opponent in order to be victorious. In this match, while you are allowed to kill your opponent to achieve a win, it is not required, and an honorable combatant would not do so if it was not necessary for victory.
Red Shirt Wednesday, the 11th of September at 3:55 AM, 2013 edit delete reply
If the current pattern in the matches holds true (assuming Cade wins), I have a nasty suspicion that Neph is about to take a header into the ground.
Ed8 Thursday, the 12th of September at 1:14 AM, 2013 edit delete reply
I hate to break it to you, Ms Airhead, but Cade, the unethical thief and scoundrel, apparently knows more than you do about honorable combat, like not trying to inflict unnecessary harm (or death) on your opponent, showing respect for your adversary, and by the way, it's not called "fleeing" since he's still there, it's called "dodging" and it's a perfectly honorable combat tactic used by anyone who is not very heavily armored and not a complete idiot. Like many people, she has confused "honorable" with "arrogant and prideful".
RobK Thursday, the 12th of September at 10:25 AM, 2013 edit delete reply
Reminds me of those people in MMOs playing close range characters, accusing the ranged classes of 'fleeing' (expecting them to stand next to a close range fighter)
Guesticus Thursday, the 12th of September at 8:27 AM, 2013 edit delete reply
She may move in for the kill, but she will fail, fail like her arrogant arse deserves (even more satisfying will be that she fails at the caricatured hands of Cade)