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Postby Eicys » Tue Mar 02, 2004 5:37 pm

Note to anyone reading this:<BR>There are several people who have become severely addicted to an Aussie in King Aragorns court by Lady Coralie. Lately, we have been posting the following on the chapter 40 comments, but have moved to a thread for the sake of convinence.<BR><BR><BR><BR><BR><BR>Thanks to the E. I. Cebu and her mouth....(I'm a friend of hers from school) I got caught up in the<BR>story. She will die soon if you don't post! (not really but please continue for her sake). But if not<BR>for her sake do it for my sisters sake. I tell them a new chapter everyday and I am coming to the<BR>end! They will kill me! If you don't post soon, you are going to have a lot of dead people to<BR>answer for. Even just a comment now and then would be nice. Just so we know that YOU aren't dead.<BR>Dilly <BR><BR><BR><BR>Dilly and I are now holding TheE.I.Cebu hostage. <BR><BR>Believe me we know her! she's one of the "Immortal Four" (4 presidents over a Tolkien club at<BR>our school). And it's going to have to be called the Immortal THREE if you don't write soon,<BR>Coralie! It was her fault for introducing Dilly and me to your stories and now we can't SLEEP at<BR>night! She's bound and gagged in a closet and we won't let her out til you write again (and make<BR>us some Australian deserts!). Oh don't worry about TheE.I.Cebu, we feed her scraps now and<BR>then! (LOL)<BR>-Eredolyn <BR><BR><BR>As soon as I bust outta here I'm comin' on a rampage to get you Olchir...*grunt grunt struggle<BR>struggle* It might take awhile...these "friends" *strain* have tied me up pretty tight, but I'm<BR>coming! Bwah ha ha ha to you creepy man.<BR>E.I.Cebu<BR><BR><BR>I know from personal knowladge that EICebu is very tickleish. Perhaps if you threw several<BR>large, furry spiders into her "cell" they could save you the trouble of tickleing/torturing her yourselves!<BR>Eicys<BR><BR><BR>Maybe spiders are the answer to all of our problems. You know Coralie, you should have spiders<BR>somwhere in the story (don't make her run into Shelob or anything, but spiders would be nice).<BR>And now I'm just bored. Maybe I will go throw some more scraps to the E. I. Cebu, she hasn't<BR>had anything to eat today......<BR>Dilly <BR><BR><BR>Dilly and I just threw some spiders into the E.I. Cebu's closet-cell! Oh, that was fun! I never<BR>heard so much screaming! <BR>Weeell looks like Lady Coralie still isn't responding to our demands since we took the E.I Cebu<BR>hostage ....maybe she doesn't want her to be set free! Well we'll just have to call for drastic<BR>measures. When Coralie sees this NEW DEVICE OF TORTURE we have planned for our little<BR>prisoner, she will be FORCED TO WRITE CHAPTER 41!! What is our new device of torture,<BR>you ask? We shall use....THE FLUFFY PILLOWS!!!!!!!<BR>-Eredolyn <BR><BR><BR>I'm reaching the breaking point here! Olchir... creepy man, you are SO dead when I finally get out<BR>of here... AND... while I AM suffering, I know I suffer for the good of all, for mayhaps my<BR>misfortunes will sway the Lady Coralie to feel sympathy for me.... and wait... what is this new<BR>noise? Feet?!!? I hear feet?!?!?!?! That means they are coming with the.... NOOOOOOO! Fluffy<BR>Pillows! AARrrghghghg! (I actually don;t know what evil and drastic measures they plan to use<BR>the Fluffy Pillows for, but it still instills fear and trembling in my heart as well as long-suffering<BR>and patience for Lady Coralie's next chapter!) <BR>The E.ICebu <BR><BR><BR>humming music from Oliver, Eicys quickly throws a bowl of watery half cooked gruel to EICebu.<BR><BR>Food, Glorious food!!<BR>Hot sausage and mustard!!<BR>While were in the Mooooooooood<BR>cold jelly and custard!<BR><BR>Evil laugh at the sound of drool raining onto the floor<BR>-Eicys<BR><BR><BR>Dilly laughs with Eicys, watching the E. I. Cebus drool run across the uneven floor. "How much<BR>longer do you think she will last?" Dilly asks Eredolyn, Eicys, and Tuima. The room erupts with<BR>unfeeling laughter. The E. I. Cebu looks longingly at the bowl of gruel as it is thrown out of the<BR>window. "Maybe," chokes Dilly as tears leak out of her eyes "when Lady Coralie decides to grace<BR>us with a comment, or this ongoing conversation will never end!" More laughter is heard as the<BR>E. I. Cebu is shoved back into the closet, the fluffy pillows proped menacingly in the corner.<BR>(Wow, that was really evil don't you think?) -Dilly- <BR><BR><BR><BR>What a BEAUTIFUL! day! Ha ha ha to Dilly, Eicys, Tuima and Eredolyn! They left the gruel<BR>spoon with me and I've dug my way out and now Olchir! HERE I COME!!!!!!!! <BR>--TheE.I.Cebu<BR><BR><BR>Well, I suppose this is partly my fault. sorry guys.<BR>but, this is where the fluffy pillows come in right? Little does EICebu know if she tries to run,<BR>she will rus smack dab into large barn full of extra pillow. So soft and fluffy, once she crashed in,<BR>she can never get out.<BR>So, who wants to go fish her out of the pile?<BR>–Eicys<BR><BR><BR><BR>Swiftly Eredolyn, Dilly, Tuima, and Eicys strap on their equipment for the hunt- which consists<BR>of rifles loaded with cotton balls (and other fluffy things) sniper telescopes, night-vision goggles,<BR>etc. "If E.I. Cebu reaches the barn with the pillow," Eredolyn whispers to Eicys, "We'll need to<BR>surround it and fast! She's already got a head start!" Quickly the hunting party smears camaflouge<BR>paint on their faces and pulls on their gloves. "Without E.I. Cebu, we can't threaten L.Coralie,<BR>which means she won't WRITE ANYMORE!" Eredolyn panics in her head, "But there's still<BR>time. Not only will we recapture E.I.Cebu before L.Coralie can comment, but we will install<BR>tortures FAR WORSE than fluffy pillows!" Eredolyn turns to the hunting party. "Fellow<BR>torturers! The hunt is on! Oh, and the next time someone wants to feed a prisoner, just FLING<BR>the freakin' gruel at them!" <BR><BR><BR><BR>We're dashing through the fields with night-vision goggles and army-paint smeared on our faces<BR>right now. (Eicys- i checked the barn while the rest of you went ahead. She's not there!) the E.I.<BR>Cebu is probably going after Olchir: a weird creepy guy that answered one of our earlier<BR>comments. Everyone keep your eyes peeled! (Especially you, Tuima. Being an elf, you have good<BR>night vision) if we find Olchir, we find E.I.Cebu. Then we can threaten L.Coralie ALL OVER<BR>AGAIN!!! <BR><BR><BR><BR>The hunting party running through the fields:<BR>*crunch, snap* *wiswiswis* *snap* *thrumpthump* *OW! <BR>*What? What happened? <BR>*I stubbed my toe! <BR>*you okay? <BR>*No. I'm hungry too. Got any extra gruel?<BR>*SSSSHHHH!!!!!<BR>*snap snap, crunch* *clump clump* *swish crunch*<BR>*Look! I found it!<BR>*What? The gruel?<BR>*NOT THE GRUEL! I found E.I. Cebu's tracks!<BR>*Well done! Dilly, track as best you can. Tuima, keep a sharp eye in case E.I. Cebu tries to<BR>double back. Eicys, try to find some extra gruel. I'll look around in case anyone comes who wants<BR>to help in the hunt. We're on the right track! MOVE OUT! <BR>Eredolyn<BR><BR><BR>As half of my division spread out through part of the dark woods I found an interesting clue: It<BR>was a black tennis shoe, owned by the E I Cebu herself! I belive that she may have hurt herself,<BR>as there was dots of blood on the laces. Maybe she scraped her foot or something. We continued<BR>on, and found her trail. We should regroup and set a course from here.<BR>Dilly <BR><BR>I look around the dark fields with Tuima. "I don't think E.I. Cebu doubled back." I say, "I don't<BR>think she's THAT stupid!" <BR>Tuima and I enter the woods ahead where Dilly and Eicys went on, following E.I. Cebu's tracks. I<BR>look in time to see Dilly stand up holding a black shoe! At last! Our first sign in two nights!<BR>L.Coralie would have been so upset if she knew that we will capture Cebu within hours and<BR>return her to the closet prision with FLUFFY PILLOWS! (that is, if L.C. doesn't write!)<BR>We trudge on into the woods until we find an unexpected clearing. In the center is a little dark<BR>cottage with a sign posted: OLCHIR'S SUMMER RETREAT- KEEP OUT!<BR>"E.I. Cebu is either here, or nowhere at all." I mutter. <BR><BR>I look at the cottage and feel drawn to it. I can't take my eyes off of it, and I start drawing nearer.<BR>I hear the others start to walk with me as reach out to touch the molded wood. My heart suddenly<BR>goes cold. "Wait!" I cry, as I withdraw my hand. But someone had already touched it. The image<BR>of the house blows away in the cold breeze, and we are left looking at an entire troop of snarling<BR>orcs. I scream as they start towards us. The ensuing battle is very short, as our strength is nothing<BR>to match theirs. Bound and gagged, we are thrown to the ground right next to the E. I. Cebu, who<BR>is also squirming around. The laughing orcs suddenly lose their voices as a man dressed in white<BR>steps through the darkness of the trees.<BR>"We have been waiting!" <BR>Dilly<BR><BR><BR>I stumbled through the forest, dragging the heavy boiling gruel behind me, all the time<BR>grumbling about <em>why do I have to bring the gruel? I don't even like gruel! Just because I accidetnaly let her have the spoon, I have to do all the work </em><BR> Following the hunters tracks, I was lead to a clearing.<BR>"We have been waiting!"<BR>Not five feet from me, a creepy man stepped into the space, talking to ORCS!! My friends are<BR>being held hostage!!<BR> Grabbing the ladle from it's hook, I begin to throw large gobs of hot gruel into the faces of<BR>the orcs.<BR><BR>Eicys
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Postby Eredolyn » Wed Mar 03, 2004 1:58 pm

Howling in pain, the orcs smear off the scalding gruel from their faces and whirl about. But Eicys dove behind the bushes just in time not to be seen. <BR>"Master!" one of the orcs growls, "one of them scrawnies is still about! Chuckin' gruel if ya' please!"<BR>"Deal with it!" Olchir snaps. "I have bigger fish in my net!" <BR>With that Olchir summons orcs to carry each of the captives, and the main host draws off deep through the woods, hollering "To the tower!".<BR>This leaves Eicys in an awful situation. Yes, her hunting party found E.I. Cebu, but now they are captured by even WORSE bad guys- and are no doubt about to face tortures far worse than fluffy pillows and spiders. Eicys is left all alone in the woods. Well, not entirely alone...five orcs stay behind from the main host to sniff out the scrawny that dared to through gruel at them.
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Postby Eicys » Wed Mar 03, 2004 5:13 pm

Eicys scaped her elbow diving into the bushes. Fearfully, she listened to the orc's speak.<BR><em> Scrawny? </em> <BR>"well" she muttered, " I do suppose it could be a good thing to be scawny" <BR>Dumping the rest of the gruel into the plastic bag the cotton balls came in, Eicys scampered up a tree. The orcs crashed through the woods beneath her. To give her another hand for climbing, Eicys stuffed the plastic bag down the front of her shirt.<BR>"Look!" she could hear the hoarse voice below her, "blood on that tree!"<BR>"Looks like our scrawny gone and hert it'self."<BR>The cruel sounding laughter rang through the trees, but stopped at the sound of cracking branches.<BR>"OW!" A girl landed on her posterior, right in the center of the orc group.<BR>"uhhhhhhhhh..... HI!! How are you? y'know, today has just had the best weather, dont you think?"<BR> The leader growled, and threw his knife. It buried deep in the stomach of the girl.<BR>Eicys looked down in horror at the knife protruding fom her middle. The orcs watched as blood flowed out of the wound. <BR> Gray, lumpy blood.<BR><BR>
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Postby TheE.I.Cebu » Wed Mar 03, 2004 7:56 pm

The hunters and would-be prey were all sitting together, trussed up tighter than Lady Coralie's predicament. TheE.I.Cebu looked over her "friends" as they all glared at her. She worked the gag out of her mouth enough to whisper to them... "Hi guys...fancy meeting you here..." Dilly spat the gag out. "I hope you're happy E.I.Cebu! Look where we are now!" "Hey!" protested TheE.I.Cebu, "Did I ask you to FOLLOW me? I don't think so!, anyways, I changed my mind about chasing Olchir at the very last moment dont'cha know..." <BR>"What do you mean?" Eredolyn demanded, "You were Totally out to get him!"<BR> "I know, I know, but I thought maybe instead I should go and look for Calliope, Erato, Euterpe and maybe Thalia and Melpomene."<BR> Blank looks were given to TheE.I.Cebu.... "Oh, you know who they are... they're some of the Muses, remember Eredolyn. Calliope is the Muse of Epic Poetry, Erato for Love Poetry, Euterpe-Lyric Poetry, Thalia is Comedy and then Melpomene is Tragety. I thought if I found them they could help Lady Coralie with her story... guess we'll have to postpone it for a while huh?"<BR> "Ya think!?!" they all shot at her.
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Postby Dilly » Wed Mar 03, 2004 8:43 pm

Dilly closed her eyes once again, audibly sighing. Eredolyn laughed "You can't sleep either, huh?" "Are you kidding? Please tell me you're kidding." Eredolyn was about to respond when Tuima interrupted "Guys, I was just having a wonderful dream about chapter 41, and you woke me up!" Dilly and Eredolyn laughed. "Well we have our wonderful E. I. Cebu to thank for being here in the first place. Stinkin red head."
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Postby Dilly » Wed Mar 03, 2004 9:44 pm

(Cont. from above)<BR>The E.I.Cebu's eyes flew open and glared daggers at the three. "So you think being a red head has something to do with this?" She tried to gesture to the surrounding trees and the orcs snoozing beneath them, looking like a wriggling fish in the process. The three tried to cover their snickers as the E.I.Cebu struggled to sit up. Looking down at herself, she attempted a frown. Instead of being angry, though, E.I.Cebu started to laugh along with them. "Shhhh!" Dilly whispered, but too late, someone had noticed. They heard a grunt from the trees and all fell silent. They began to get nervous as more noises crept around them. It was quiet again, but the silence pressed in on them as they strained for other sounds. Abruptly, a voice shrieked from the trees, "Get your filthy hands off me you piece of scum!" Dilly glanced at Eredolyn, who shrugged. Suddenly, a body flew through the trees and landed with a grunt on Tuima. It was Eicys! She laid there for a few minutes, gasping for air. As she turned to look at the alarmed party, she tried to speak. "I was going to save you," she said, "but they caught me. I'm sorry." She looked exausted. The group stayed silent for a while, trying to calm their racing hearts. "What have they done to you!" Dilly cried, as she noticed bruises on Eicys' arms and the blood trickling down the side of her mouth. "Nothin' I couldn't handle" She smiled.
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Postby White-Lady-of-Rohan=Eowyn » Wed Mar 03, 2004 11:18 pm

Er hello,<BR> um this is my first time on this so I hope I don't stuff this up. Dilly, Eicys? you there?<BR><BR><BR><BR>Eowyn
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Postby Dilly » Wed Mar 03, 2004 11:32 pm

Hey Eowyn!<BR>Just stick yourself into the story. Pretend you meet us or something.<BR>Then just write your own mini-chapters like we have been doing.<BR>We're so glad your here!<BR>Dilly
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Postby TheE.I.Cebu » Thu Mar 04, 2004 7:13 am

Welcome Eowyn!
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Postby Eicys » Thu Mar 04, 2004 7:15 am

"Augh! Dis itches!" Eicys complained. Her voice sounded strange.<BR>"yeah, they kind of tied the ropes tight." EICebu replied.<BR>"no, no' dat. de reason I'm bleeding is I am holding one of teir arrow heads in my mouth."<BR> Dilly was shocked <BR>"did they shoot you? "<BR> "nah, I broke one of tier arrows while we were fi'ing, so I kept the head, and pu' it in my mouth. It's really sharp."<BR> "so your holding it why?" EICebu asked. Eicys replied as she put her bound hands up to her mouth.<BR> "I'm gonna cut us out of here." <BR> The black arrow head protruded out of her mouth like a mutated tounge, and she began to saw at the ropes.<BR> "This may take a while." Tuima said.
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Postby Eredolyn » Thu Mar 04, 2004 3:58 pm

And so the night wore on. Dilly was trying to determine how much longer it would be till sunrise, Eredolyn was worrying her head off, Tuima went cozily back to sleep dreaming about Lady Coralie's chapter 41, E.I. Cebu was thinking about her muses, and Eicys was ever diligent in cutting at her ropes. <BR>Soon the sound *SNAP!* rang out.<BR>"What was that?" Tuima asked groggily. <BR>"At wis un of my rohts." Eicys replied.<BR>"What?"<BR>"I think she said "that was one of her ropes"". E.I. Cebu translated.<BR>"What? then you're free?" asked Eredolyn excitedly.<BR>"No. a few ore to go." Eicys grunted, and went on with her work.<BR>But the orcs heard the 'snap' sound just as anyone would have, and soon a couple came up to the little huddle of captives.<BR>"Ey, you! What ye doin'?" they barked. Fortunately they couldn't see Eicys working at her ropes, as her back was turned to them. But they were still suspicious of the strange sound. Tuima quickly reacted, "oh...uggh.mmm..." she stretched out her neck and back, "Just my back. It's been creaking and snapping ever since you threw me down here like a ton of bricks!"<BR>"Well stop yer snapin' or ya wont have no bones left ta snap!" the orc said, and both went back to their campfire laughing.<BR>"This won't do at all," E.I. Cebu muttered, "One more 'snap' sound and they'll eat us alive." But Eicys didn't seem to notice the predicament at all, and kept sawing. The fellow captives watched in horror as Eicys was on the verge of snapping another rope.<BR>"No! Eicys don't do it!" whispered Dilly, but Eicys didn't seem to hear.<BR>Then Eredolyn acted on gut instinct. "Everyone! Start singing!"<BR>"SINGING?" everyone cried.<BR>"Yes! The noise will drown out the snapping! QUICK! SING!"<BR>After some confused mutters, everyone began picking up the song 'I've Got A Lovely Bunch of Coconuts.' And of course the same orcs came back again.<BR>"What ar ye doin' NOW?" They growled.<BR>"Well, we're singing." Eredolyn replied cooly.<BR>"Ya know what i'll do to ya NOW?" an orc drew out a knife.<BR>"You won't do anything," Eredolyn said, "because you said you'd do something only if you heard snapping...uh, Tuima's bones snapping, that is. And they weren't snapping!" <BR>Well the orc didn't know how to reason with that, so the other orc snorted,<BR>"Ye call yer screechin' <em>singin'</em>?" <BR>"Yes. It's called 'I've Got A Lovely Bunch of Coconuts'."<BR>"Well let's hear it then!" the other orc mused.<BR>More confident now, since the orcs weren't going to kill them after all, the captives started singing: "I've got a lovely bunch of coconuts, *deedilydeedily* There they are a'standing in a row. Big ones small ones some as big as your head-"<BR>Right there the group ended abruptly, because of course no one knew how the rest of the song went. The orcs laughed, "well, yous utter one <em>peep</em> n' i'll cut yer TOUNGES out!" and they went back to their fire.<BR>"How close are you?" Dilly whispered to Eicys.<BR>"Un ore to go," Eicys grunted.<BR>"You know orc arrowheads are probably poisonous," Tuima said whistfully.<BR>Eicys eyes went wide and she immediately spat out the arrowhead. Then, realizing what she did, with only one more rope to snap, Eicys threw herself down in the dirt and desperately tried to retrieve the arrowhead with her mouth. Little did the group know, the sun was beginning to rise, and the camp of orcs was stirring. <BR>One orc came up to the huddle of captives and found the strangest sight: four of them were looking up at him, smiling innocently, and one was bent over chewing at the dirt.<BR>"Stop lickin' rocks!" the orc growled, and gave Eicys a swift kick, "Master says we be movin' now! C'mon ye worthless baggage!" Soon orcs came and one by one took a captive and carried them off. Eicys was desperately licking at the tip of the fallen arrowhead, but was suddenly scooped up and away. "C'mon!" An orc captain barked at the host, "Master says we be reachin' the tower to'night!"
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Postby Eicys » Thu Mar 04, 2004 4:35 pm

The orcs were running, carrying off their quarry to Olchir's home.<BR>Most of the group bemoned their situation quietly, and more than one head was furiouly thinking of escape. The main body of Orcs were up in front, but the five holding captives were straggling in the rear. Eicys decided to take a gamble.<BR> "ummm, excuse me sir" she whispered to the orc who had her arms wrapped around his neck. "But the ropes on my feet seemed to have come off."<BR> His only reply was a grunt.<BR> "so, you don't care?"<BR> Again a grunt.<BR> "well I really think you should retie them. You never know when something could happen.."<BR> So saying, she swung hard and kicked him in the back of the knee.<BR> "AAAHHHHHHH!!!"<BR> She failed to realize that orcs wear heavy armor, and was now experiencing the pain of a broken toe, perhaps two. The orc began laughing out loud. His bad breath leaked from between his sharp teeth, as another stoke of brilliancy came to Eicys. Using the orc's arm, she pused up with her feet, and jumped. Not high enough to escape, but just high enough to get the remaining roped around her hands stuffed into the orcs mouth. His saw like teeth made short work of the already worn rope. Eicys tumbled to the ground be hind him, and scrambled painfully into the trees.<BR> Hearing the shouts and yells behind her, feeling branches whip her already bruised arms, and trying to imagine away the pain in her toes, Eicys had one thought in mind<BR> <em>I hate deja vu</em>
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Postby Dilly » Thu Mar 04, 2004 6:22 pm

Dilly watched sadly as Eicys ran pell mell towards the nearby trees, leaving her friends behind. She tried to think of a possible way to cut herself loose and follow Eicys, but the ropes were still tightly wound about her wrists and ankles. All she could do was wait. <BR>The land began to darken as the sun sunk beneath the horizon. The group was tired, hungry, and sore. The orcs were silent exept for a particularly funny orc that was carrying Dilly. She had noticed that when the orc was bored, he would start to sing under his breath. He began to sing again as Dilly looked around his head to see a sinister black tower loom through the shadows.<BR>"Beautiful tower that is ain't it," he asked Dilly as she squirmed about his neck.<BR>"Oh yeah," she snorted into his greasy hair "It's such an attractive hunk a rock."<BR>The orc seemed to take this as a compliment. "Aye, the place is a sight for sore eyes if ya please. 'Specially the dungeons. You'll be seein them a real soon!" His countenance changed as he laughed. "You best be quiet or I'll cut cha tongue out."<BR>The rest of the journey was silent.<BR>The orcs began to slow down, winding their way around large holes in the ground that issued foul odors, and glowed red in the darkness. There was a long stairway leading to a dorway that was cut into the tower. Dilly and the rest were thrown to the ground where their bonds were cut and ripped away-leaving the wounds to bleed afresh. They were mercilessly forced to climb the stairs until they reached the doors. <BR>"We got 'em Gramareth, you better let us in or you'll face the master," Growled the leading orc. <BR>"I was movin', hold it!" came the reply. <BR>They walked into a....welcoming area.... and were led down more stairs, and more stairs, and more stairs. It kept getting darker and colder, the putrid air sliding down their throats as they descended yet another staircase. Dilly's legs were about to give out when they reached a landing. She started to panic as she looked around. "Where are you Eredolyn? Tuima, E.I.Cebu, are you there?" There were only muffled grunts in return. A torch was lit as a screeching of metal on metal was heard. An orc grabbed Dilly by the hair and dragged her to an open cell. <BR>"These be your new quarters!" he laughed. <BR>The orc thrust her inside. Her head slammed against the slimy wall and all went black.
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Postby Dilly » Thu Mar 04, 2004 6:22 pm

OOPS! please continue<img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif"border=0>
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Postby TheE.I.Cebu » Thu Mar 04, 2004 9:29 pm

Olchir sat musing in his favorite easy chair. (Actually it wasn't an easy chair, as was pretty near impossible to import one these days, but that was what this chair was called.) Anyways, Olchir sat musing in his favorite easy chair, his thoughts running back and forth, not that he was worried or anything mind you. He was a wizard after all, and his captives were nothing more than over-eager, would-be rescuers. "But this all needs to stop. First that blasted RCR and now these... whatever-group-they-are." he reasoned. But, how to stop them from coming? What a predicament. "Oh well." he said outloud. "They won't be going anywhere soon." <BR> At that moment, a troop of orcs came in. "What news do you have for me?" he inquired. they writhed beneath his gaze. "We brought four of the five captives to the dungeon my lord, as you told us to..." the voice trailed off. "<BR> "Four... out of five?" the question lingered. <BR> One of the smaller orcs was shoved forward. "One of the captives... well, she... shes not in the dungeon... see?"<BR> "No...I do not see." the cold eyes glared. "Go on."<BR> "Well, the thing being, she's escaped." the words poured out in a turrent as to get it over with. <BR> There was silence for a moment... tick tick tick went the antique clock on the wall. <BR> The wizards hands formed a fist. <BR> "FIND HER! AND BRING THE OTHERS TO ME!" he raged.
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Postby White-Lady-of-Rohan=Eowyn » Thu Mar 04, 2004 10:46 pm

<em>short chapter guys, I am not very good so redo it if you don't like it.</em><BR><BR>Wlore (short for White-Lady-of-Rohan=Eowyn) sat and watched as the prisoners were one by one thrown in. She heard orc grunts. A girl was thrown into her own dungeon cell. she slammed against the wall hard and then hit the ground. Wlore stared at her for a second, then scuttled of and poked her in the arm. She didn't move. Wlore gave her a gentle shake. She stirred. Wlore sat back and gave her room to breath. The girl sat up and blinked and rubbed her eyes. They were puffy when she looked up. "'oo are you?" she said groggily. "White-Lady-of-Rohan=Eowyn," Wlore said. "You gotta nickname?" she said. <BR>"Yeh, some call me Eowyn, some call me Wlore," she said happily.<BR>"Well Wlore, I'm Dilly," she stuck out her hand, Wlore shook. there was an awkward silence.<BR>"So," said Wlore, braking the silence."Whats a person like you doin' in a place like this?"<BR>"Long story."<BR>"Doesn't look like we're goin' anywhere."<BR>"Ok," said Dilly, and emerged into the long tale of how they got here.....<BR><BR><BR><em>I hope you liked it. I changed my name cause I wasn't sure what time this was set about. oh and another question, this is in middle-earth right, so were you guys in the modern world before this and how did you get there.</em>
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Postby Eredolyn » Fri Mar 05, 2004 1:57 pm

Olchir had long since regained his composure regarding the present situation. He told his servants to wait a few hours before fetching the prisoners, and now he strode back and forth across the marble hall, going deep into the pools and recesses of his mind, searching through his thoughts of malice for a clever answer.<BR>Yes, one of the five captives has escaped. There was nothing he could do about that now. He would have to act quickly with what he had. The one that escaped would no doubt get others. The RCR...and this new group...they were everywhere. Infesting every hole and ditch, pouring out of forests, all for one prisoner Olchir had in his keeping by the name of Lady Coralie...who knew this strange girl had so many allies?<BR>But the tides of fortune had now changed for Olchir. He had a handful of those cocroaches in his dungeons now. He will break them. Yes, he will break them, and they will tell him where the RCR hide themselves. Then Olchir will swoop up that pestilence in his net and do away with them for GOOD! <BR>"Master?" an old servant whispered, breaking Olchir's thoughts.<BR>"What is it?" the wizard snapped.<BR>The servant quivered under his tone. "The..the prisoners...they've been in their cells seven hours now, with nothing to eat. Shall we fetch them to you now?"<BR>"Yes," Olchir grinned, "Their willpower should be slipping by now: seven hours with no food, in complete isolation, should make them ripe for breaking." <BR>"Beggin' your pardon sir," the servant interjected, "But I'm afraid not all the captives had their own cells. That dark haired one...we run out of cells n' had no place for her, so we put her with that girl...Eowyn, I think it was. We put her in Eowyn's cell."<BR>"What?!" Olchir bellowed, "How many times do I have to tell you that prisoners must be isolated before I can break them? They must have no comfort! No reassurance at all! Especially not from that Eowyn..." Olchir's voice ended abruptly, and he became lost in his thoughts.<BR>The servant couldn't take the cold silence, and soon said, "You want us to get you the other captives, and not the dark haired one?"<BR>"No..." Olchir said, "Bring her also. Eowyn too. No doubt in the stress of all that has occured our little captive has spilled out everything she knows to Eowyn. That makes Eowyn as valuable as they. Fetch them all!"<BR>The servant hastily bowed and retreated from the chamber. Once more Saruman sat in his chair, letting a smile of irony form on his lips.<BR><em>And to think I told Eowyn she would never see the light of day again...</em>
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Postby Eredolyn » Fri Mar 05, 2004 2:05 pm

To Wlore: <BR>You're doing fine, Eowyn! (I had Olchir call you Eowyn, hope that's okay) I actually have no idea how we all got in middle earth! It all started with just threating Lady Coralie to write more, and then we all got carried away (literally, if you count being captured by orcs)! Guys, do you have any idea where we are and how we all GOT here?<BR>-Eredolyn
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Postby Dilly » Sat Mar 06, 2004 12:41 am

Dilly sat in the corner of her cell, contemplating the girl sleeping on the floor. After they were left alone, Dilly and Eowyn had talked about everything from Dilly's capture to Eowyns favorite horse. Eowyn had been in the dungeon for quite some time, and was used to the complete blackness that had enveloped the two when the last torch went out. <BR>"After a time, you will get used to it like I did" she had said. But Dilly didn't plan to be in the tower long enough to find out. Her mind had been working on escape plans ever since the capture. Sadly, all of them ended in near escape--or death. Their only hope was Eicys. "I hope you're safe," Dilly said outloud, the sound echoing off the cold stone walls. <BR>Another hour went by, Eowyn still sleeping soundly. Dilly felt afraid and alone in such a dismal place, so she started to sing quietly to herself. The minutes dragged on, Dilly changing from song to song. Suddenly, Eowyn sat bolt upright- making Dilly jerk violently.<BR>"They're coming! Hurry!" Eowyn scrambled into the opposite corner and hid her face from view.<BR>"What are you doing?" Dilly asked. "And how do you know that someone is coming?"<BR>"I heard them through the floor. Hurry!"<BR>"You were awake! Why didn't you tell me?"<BR>"I only woke up when I felt their footsteps. Didn't I say to hurry?" Eowyn asked, hastily pulling Dilly up beside her. She put a finger to her lips. Things were silent for a minute or two. Dilly began to get impatient.<BR>"It doesn't sound like they are coming at all."<BR>As soon as this escaped her lips, however, a harsh voice cut through the darkness.<BR>"Time to get up my pretties. The master is waiting for you." <BR>The door creaked open and an orc laughed. "Trying to hide again are we? Well, I know exactly how to remedy that." <BR>Eowyn yelped as she was picked up by her hair. The orc threw her to another orc waiting at the door. He reached his hand out to grab Dilly too, but she had scooted away. <BR>"We've got no time to play, wench, the master is not a patient man."<BR>Dilly stood up, and tried to take a stance. The orc advanced slowly. A far-off scream cracked in the air. "Eredolyn!? E.I.Cebu! Tuima!" Dilly yelled. The orc took advantage of the distraction and backhanded her. Dilly fell to the floor, tasting blood before she was hauled out. Dilly and Eowyn exchanged looks as they were shoved in the intended direction. Thoughts of escape crowded Dilly's mind. But when they reached the others, the thoughts were quickly banished. All three had apparenly put up a fight, and were worse off for it. Eredolyn had blood trickling into her right eye, and black fingerprints on her face. E.I.Cebu had a cut across her arm, and Tuima was limping.<BR>"What a fine group we make," E.I.Cebu croaked in greeting as she also assessed the situation.<BR>The three looked questioningly at the girl standing next to Dilly. "Everyone, I'd like you to meet the-white-lady-of-rohan=eowyn (Wlore), or just Eowyn," Dilly introduced.<BR>There was a general murmur of hello before they started up the stairs to meet the master of the tower.<BR><BR> <em>To Wlore: I'm not exactly sure how we ended up here either. Maybe we just ran into Middle Earth while chasing E.I.Cebu. I'm not sure. P.S. Wlore, I'm not exactly sure what you look like so I couldn't exactly describe you. Maybe just give us the basics like: Hi my name is Dilly, I'm about 5' 5'' with long dark hair. I love reading and playing in the snow. (Okay, I'm bad at this...forgive me) Thanks!</em><BR>Dilly
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Postby White-Lady-of-Rohan=Eowyn » Sat Mar 06, 2004 2:46 am

<em>er so everyone knows, I have ash-blonde hair (shoulder-length) with blues eyes. I love to read.</em><BR><BR>Wlore, moved fast not wanting to be hit more than she already had been. I have had worse days she thought to herself. They ascended the stairs to Olchir. At least I'll see daylight again, unlike what Olchir promised, she thought. He never kept his promises anyway. She glanced over at dark-haired Dilly, and then the rest of the girls. She new one of them was E.I.Cebu, another was Eredolyn, and the last Tuima. But she hadn't exactly been able to ask. Wlore tried agian (as she had those countless weeks) to remember how she had gotten to this place, which in reality shouldn't have been here in the place. She had decided to take a stroll on a trail through a bush. Then she noticed all the trees getting rather tall and knarled, not even Australian looking. She began to run in fright when she finally ran out of the trees. Thats when she had seen Olchirs tower. Out of fear and anxiety she had made her way down to the tower. Thats when she was caught by Orcs and thrown like Dilly and her friends into the dungeons. She had seen Olchir before but not again. He had asked where she had come from she had refused to answer. For that she had been thrown against the wall. She had been taken, as she hung limply in orcs arms, back to the dungeons. <BR>She looked up when they came to a stop at a door. "Open," commanded the voice behind the door. The one she had heard only once before but knew all too well. Olchirs voice.<BR><BR> <em>I don't know what the rest of you guys could look like so I couldn't give you a description. oh and I am glad you like book reading to. I also like animals. I love animals. I have only seen snow once.</em>
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Postby White-Lady-of-Rohan=Eowyn » Sat Mar 06, 2004 2:49 am

sorry I made a couple of slip ups. again sorry.
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Postby Eicys » Sat Mar 06, 2004 3:15 pm

Yah-hoo!! we now have a page two! but seriously folks,<BR><BR> Eicys ran through the woods, firmly telling her brain to imagine her toes away. It didn't seem to be working. As she ran, Eicys tripped over a black shoe lying in the path. It was the shoe Dilly found earlier, with The EICebu's blood on the laces.<BR> Staggering upright from where she fell, Eicys felt her mouth drop open at what was in front of her. A huge spiderweb spread freom tree to tree to tree, completely blocking the path in front of her. It was like no other she had ever seen. Slightly blue tinged, the web had the look of fishnet, as the little diamond spaces glistened in the afternoon sunlight. <BR> Eicys knew that EICebu hated spiders. If she was here, EICebu would have probably panicked thinking how many spiders it took to make a web that long. Panicked enough to hurt herself!! Thats why her shoe had blood on it! She ran, and tripped, must have lost her shoe than ....<BR> But wait, that couldn't be. Eicys was tied next to the EICebu when they were captured, and her feet had no blood on it then. Eicys's musings were interupted by her five persuers crashing through the bushes behind her. Taking a deep breath, Eicys ran through the web, hoping the inhabitants werent home. As she ran, she tried to brush the web pieces off of herself, only to find there were none. Chancing a look behind her, she was shocked to see the web intact, and even more so to see the orcs run straight through it, like the web was a hologram or something. <BR> The trees were not the gnarled ancients of fangorn now, but seemed very familiar. With a burst of extra speed, Eicys ran herself out of sight of the orcs. With an exclamation of joy, Eicys spotted the old barn in which the group kept all of their fluffy pillows. Running quickly inside, she found the shovel they used to pile the pillows. <BR> Eicys loved to read all books, but one of her paticularily favorite book charachters was Robin Hood. He was not only famous for the whole "take from the rich and give to the poor' thing, and his great archery, but his skill with the oaken staff. Eicys had read the story many times, and loved to practive staff fighting with brooms, cast off branches, and the ocasional wrapping paper tube. Twisting off the metal head of the shovel, she prayed her skills were good enough to fend off the orcs. <BR> Waiting, she realized with a start her toes did not hurt anymore, and had not since running through the web. <em> It's a barrier </em> she realized. <em> A gate between here and middle earth! But the wounds we have from other worlds don't come with us! EICebu's foot is fine in ME, and my toes aren't broken here!</em> <BR> But all other musings were interupted as her five persuers broke from the trees and rushed her. Eicys felled the smallest one almost immedeatly with a quick strike to the head, but was slowly beat into the barn by the other four.Throwing her staff in the air, she distracted the orcs long enough to scramble up a rope hanging from the rafters above. Pulling the end up after her, she precariously balanced on her perch, as she walked on the rafters to the other end of the barn.<BR> Looking up at her, the orcs didn't see where they were running until it was to late. Eicys watched in horror as her enimies slowly sank into the pile of fluffy pillows. She carefully slid down the rope, and made her way outside. The small orc still lay there, not moving, besides several buckets of leftover war paint. Eicys quickly made her plans to go rescue her friends.<BR> Several hours later, a scrawny orc in an ill fitting suit of armor, limped her way across the grounds of Isenguard.<BR><BR><em>Wow, long post! <BR> Wlore, I have blue eyes too, but my hair can best be described as hair colored hair, not really blonde or brown. I am about 5'3. I love books, and quoting movies.</em>
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Postby Eredolyn » Sat Mar 06, 2004 4:59 pm

The five captives were shoved across the marble floor, before the mighty wizard Olchir. They looked up at him in fear and awe, for his countenance was all-powerful, ancient with high wisdom, and eyes like deep wells that had no end. <BR>"Close the door," Olchir commanded in a deep voice, and the servants hastily drew the carved doors shut, leaving Olchir alone with his prisoners.<BR>Long and steadily Olchir looked at each girl, as if trying to barrow into her soul. Tuima was the least injured of the five, and stood high and confident before the wizard's gaze: like Luthien before Morgoth in the Elder Days.<BR>E.I. Cebu was weaker, but her mind was baited on other things. Her thoughts dwelt on Lady Coralie, and how the Lady could be inspired to write. E.I. Cebu cared not what happened to herself. <BR>Traces of strength could be found in Dilly. She was hardy, and stood firm with Eowyn whom she had bonded with those long hours in prison. Eowyn herself had withstood the darkness of dungeons for many weeks now, and, although she seemed to shrink under the wizard's gaze, she had actually endured far worse than this.<BR>But Eredolyn...<BR>The wizard looked at her long and hard. Eredolyn was weak. She could barely handle that tight little prison without any food. Already her will was slipping...<BR>Suddenly Olchir found it: a weak spot. An advantage. A smile curled on his lips. <BR>"I appologize for my servants dealing so roughly with you," he said, changing his voice to honey-sweet, "I am afraid precaution is a dire thing in my house. Who knows if an outsider is friendly or hostile anymore. My house was open and friendly to all in the days of peace, but such days I seen since the reign of Helm Hammerhand..."<BR>He stopped, waiting for it, and there it was. A light flicked on in Eredolyn's eyes, "You <BR><em>knew</em> Helm Hammerhand?"<BR>Olchir smiled, "Why yes, child. He and I were good friends long ago. Are you so wise to know of his history?"<BR>Eredolyn blushed. "I just read a little. But his tale is one of my favorites."<BR>"Well, well," Olchir said, "Never had I seen one so young study the tales of Rohan! No doubt there is much about that culture you wish to learn still..."<BR>Everyone else could not believe what they were hearing. "Oh come on!" Eowyn snapped, "<em>I</em> could teach her that!"<BR>"But does Eowyn know the lines of kings by heart? I do! Thengel, Folcwine, Folca, down to the days of Eorl the Young who first rode into the green fields with banner and horn in hand!"<BR>Eredolyn was lost in wonder at his spilling out of history, "Wow...I wish I could learn all that..." <BR>"SHUT UP!" everyone cried. Tuima turned to the wizard, "Look Olchir! Whatever you want, you will not have it from us! Our will shall always be greater!"<BR>"Ah, presumptions of the ignorant," Olchir sighed, eyeing Eredolyn, "It is a pity they are not so eager for wisdom as you. But I have still not established whether you are all harmless or a menace to my household. Thus I shall have my servants escort you to more decent quarters, until we can talk again."<BR>As if on cue the servants came in to escort the girls out. Olchir turned to Eredolyn "If you desire at all to talk further on the tales of Rohirrim, my knowledge is at your disposal. Feel free to call."<BR>"Thank you, she won't!" E.I. Cebu snapped. But Eredolyn was still lost in wonder at how much this old man knew. Even if he was the enemy, it wouldn't hurt to hear a <em>little</em> bit of tales from him...<BR><BR><em>Oh no! Another long, droning, entry! Sorry everyone, I won't do it again! Wlore: my hair is very, VERY short (boy's length) and light brown. I love horses, and (of course) Rohan and Anglo Saxon history!</em>
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Postby TheE.I.Cebu » Sat Mar 06, 2004 6:08 pm

Pacing in the new room she’d been put in, TheE.I.Cebu wasn't sure why she had ever wanted to come here in the first place. It had all very innocently started as a joke, but here they were nevertheless, and she was STILL adamant that it wasn't her fault. (Red-heads were still cool even if Senorita Taylor and all her other comrades thought other wise!) She had tried to look in the other cells and see if she could see Lady Coralie while they had been in the dungeons, but she wasn't quite tall enough to peer over the window of the doors of the cells. She was disappointed of course in the fact that she hadn't met the Lady Coralie yet, but maybe in the next few days her<BR>luck would "change"<BR> It had been a whole day since they had last talked to Olchir, and Eredolyn’s infatuation with that guy, and TheE.I.Cebu was getting worried about Eicys. Had she escaped to safety? What if something happened to her. TheE.I.Cebu paced more vigorously, trying to vent all of her worry and frustration. If ANYTHING happened to Eicys, she’d NEVER <em>EVER <strong>EVER</strong></em> forgive herself, after all... Eicys <em>was</em>...<BR> BANG BANG BANG.! Startled, the E.I.Cebu spun around at the noise. The door opened<BR>and two particularly ugly orcs made their way into the room. “Master wants tuh see you again.” one grunted. “Well you can tell your master that I am disinclined to acquiesced his request.” They looked at her with blank expressions and confusion. “That means No.” she told them. <BR> “We’re not about to go tell our Master that! He’d kill us!” the other said in panic. <BR> “Good!” she retorted. <BR> “That wouldn’t be too good for ourselfs. It just wouldn’t be.” the stupid one repeated. “So....” growled the other one. “We takes you anyways and WE don’t die...don’t quite know about you though...” he chuckled, and the sound grated on TheE.I.Cebu’s already thin nerves. <BR><BR> The orcs none-too-gently pushed the prisoners in the door and beat a hasty-retreat.<BR>Apparently Olchir was in a nasty-mood, and with good reason, Eicys was still missing,<BR>something that helped to raise the spirits of the captives, but not Olchir. However, he knew he couldn’t let them see how upset he was, it could give them courage to resist even further. His dark eyes looked them all over again. “You foolish children...” he spoke, but his voice did not seem to hold much venom, rather, like an adult reprimanding a little child. “You wanted to<BR>become part of some great adventure, and look where it’s led your little friend.” <BR> All of their hearts froze in dread. “Eicys?” Dilly whispered. <BR>“She tried to play the hero, did she not? And now....” his voice trailed off. <BR> Eredolyn found her voice, “What are you saying Olchir?” she demanded.<BR> “Poor little girl, she never saw the edge of the cliff until it was too late to turn, she never had a chance. She is gone from this world.” he looked to each captive, seeing how his words had affected them. Eowyn looked as if she weren’t surprised at the news, but still sad. Dilly, Eredolyn, and Tuima all looked sorrowful, but TheE.I.Cebu started to shake. “What did you say?” she whispered. “Your little friend, the one who ran away... well, my dear, she....” he trailed away, leaving the end of the sentence to her. To his surprise and glee, she burst into sobs and sank to her knees. <BR> This was going exactly according to plan, breaking TheE.I.Cebu’s spirit was much easier than he’d thought. What he was NOT expecting was the way she looked at him with eyes filled with rage. She gave a cry like a wounded animal and leapt at him! With her hands arched like claws she reached and scrabbled, trying to make a mark on his self-righteous face. <BR> With strength that surprised everyone, Olchir took her hands and forced them down to<BR>TheE.I.Cebu’s side. “Guards!” he called. The heavy door opened and two strong orcs came in. They took the struggling girl from Olchir. “Take her back to her room, I’m afraid she’ll hurt someone.” <BR> “Olchir!” she screamed at him. “I’ll kill you! Don’t think you can get rid of me! You barbarian! I’ll!”<BR> “I understand if you need to talk through this grief, please, I will come if you need me.” he called after her.<BR> “Bring it on!” she screamed and continued to threaten him as she was dragged fighting and kicking out the door. <BR> Dilly, Eowyn, Tuima, and Eredolyn looked on in shock as TheE.I.Cebu was taken away. <BR>As the doors closed another smaller orc slipped inside, and took position guarding the door.<BR> Olchir sank into his easy chair, “I am so sorry.” he told them. “Please, go, I am weary.” He tried to suppress his facial expressions as the small orc opened the door to let them out. When they were gone, he broke into a horrendous grin.
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Postby TheE.I.Cebu » Sat Mar 06, 2004 6:10 pm

Long post I know... but it would be much appreciated if you didn't add onto this story for a bit, there is a follow-up to this part... thank you. E.I.Cebu<BR><BR><BR>....Never mind about that... I have something else in mind... post away!
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Postby Eicys » Sat Mar 06, 2004 6:26 pm

The small orc led them down the hallway in silence. They could still hear the screams of the EICebu echoing down the hallway. There was the sound of a door slamming, and they could only guess that their friend was back in her room. <BR> The subdued group found themselves in the hallway where all of thier rooms were. The orc stopped outside the first door. EICebu's door. Dilly spoke up,<BR> "uh, excuse me sir, but that dosn't belong to any of us."<BR> The orc replied in a very high sort of voice, one no one would expect an orc to use.<BR> "Now it is. Will you please all step inside?" He swung the door open, and they obediently walked into the room. As soon as the door was shut, the orc was knocked to the ground by a hurtling blur of red hair. The group tried to stop the EICebu from murdering their guard, but all immedeatly backed off as they heard her shrieks.<BR> "Stop that, it tickles, AHHHHHHH!! HA HA, STOP IT!" She flung herself off of the orc, who immedeatly got up, and pulled of the helmet, revealing Eicys's black painted face and dirty blonde hair. She smiled at EICebu.<BR> "Hey sis! didja miss me?"
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Postby TheE.I.Cebu » Sat Mar 06, 2004 9:23 pm

TheE.I.Cebu looked on in shock at Eicys's head sticking out of the orc armor, with a black face and wispy hair flying all over the place. She couldn't find anything to say, she was at a loss. "Aren't you happy to see me?" Eicys teased her half worriedly. TheE.I.Cebu said nothing, but reached over and enveloped her in the tightest hug she could, ignoring the greasy black paint on her face and the rough orc armor. "Hey!...I can't breathe!" Eicys complained. TheE.I.Cebu ignored this and continued to squeeze her, but suddenly stopped and backed away. "No! You're dead!" she exclaimed. "I am?" Eicys replied, making a great show of surprise and checking herslef over. "Well..." TheE.I.Cebu stammered, "Olchir said you were and... and..." "And you believed that snake?" Eicys laughed.<BR> The E.I.Cebu thought this over, "I guess I did." she mumbled, half ashamed at herself. "Pretty dumb huh?" her smile faltered. "I was just so sick with worry over you that I was just ready to accept the worst, even if Olchir told me. Maybe I thought of him as the bearer of bad news, and this was so horrible that he must have been behind it."<BR> "Well, all the more reason to get us out of here." Eowyn said. "This place can do awful things to you." she shuddered. "I should know."<BR> "Ok then." TheE.I.Cebu wiped away the last traces of tears she had shed for her "dead sister". <BR> "Here's what we know." Dilly started. "We are trapped in creepy Olchir's castle as his "guests". If we were able to get out we have no supplies to get us anywhere. This is looking bleak."<BR> "Well, why don't we stay then?" Eredolyn suggested. Everyone turned to her. "What?" Tuima demanded. "Are you crazy? Do you have a death wish? This is the LAST place we want to be!" <BR> "Hey...I didn't say we stay forever and start hanging curtains! What I mean is we can stay and gather supplies while we're here, maybe find out what Olchir has planned for Lady Coralie, and then go find the muses... they could inspire us and Lady Coralie!"<BR> "Hmmmm." Eicys mused. "She does have a point... it would give us a better chance...what do the rest of you think?"
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Postby Dilly » Sat Mar 06, 2004 9:49 pm

"Well, I think that--" Dilly was cut off. <BR>"Hey! Wait! Who are you?" Eicys interrupted<BR>Wlore stood up, bowing gracefully. "I am Wlore, I come from Rohan."<BR>Eicys looked in awe at the girl standing before her. Dilly, who felt it was her duty to help Wlore feel welcome, put a hand on her shoulder and turned to Eicys.<BR>"She was here, in the dungeons, before we were. I was lucky enough to...land in her cell." Dilly turned to Wlore. "We are planning to escape from here. Will you come with us?"<BR>Wlore looked at her with disbelief. "Are you stupid?"<BR>Dilly was taken aback. "I'm sorry, if you want to stay here I understand...well actually I wouldn't understand."<BR>Wlore started laughing. "Of course I'll come with you! I've been in here so long, it seems like forever."<BR>The group smiled at her, and she smiled back. <BR>"Well now that we have that settled, who is up for a major game of pretend?"
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Postby Dilly » Sat Mar 06, 2004 9:59 pm

<BR>To Wlore:<BR><em>Hi. Wlore, I think that it is so cool that you like to read. I read mostly novels. I don't know exactly where you stand in Rohan, so I couldn't put anything in about that. Do you have parents or siblings in Rohan? Eredolyn is also from Rohan, you two should talk. I think it is sad that you haven't seen snow that often. Where I live, there is still have a coulple inches outside from the last storm. Are you an Aussi like Lady Coralie?</em><BR><BR>To everyone:<BR><em>I think that we should name ourselves for the story. It is getting hard to write "The Group" in every sentence. If anyone thinks that they have a cool idea, write a chapter on it or something. Well, see you talkies later.</em><BR><BR>Dilly
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Postby Eredolyn » Sat Mar 06, 2004 10:51 pm

<em>To Dilly (and to pretty much everyone too)-</em><BR><em>A name? Like that group called themselves RCR? Sure! I suggest something along the lines of our goal being to inspire Lady Coralie, but anyone else is free to comment on this! </em><BR><em>I'll wait a bit before putting another post. Some time needs to pass before Eredolyn can "trust" Olchir again...</em><BR><BR><em>p.s.- we should probably develop Tuima's character a bit more, or at least call her so SHE can do it (that's probably my job- I ought to call her)!</em><BR><em>pps.- so...anybody seen Hidalgo? Is that not the coolest movie?!</em>
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