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  • An imposing-looking bandit is stunned!

    [Success: 5, Roll: 49] You make a wide, heavy-handed, slashing attack at an
    imposing-looking bandit, cutting from left to right with your boison gladius!
    Critical Hit!An imposing-looking bandit writhes in agony as you slice his
    groin deeply.

    Comment


    • A gladiator is stunned!
      [Success: 5, Roll: 84] Shifting your grip on your two-handed alanti axe apart, you swat downward at a gladiator with the head! Critical Hit! Your two-handed alanti axe shatters a gladiator's left shoulder. It begins to gush blood!
      You are no longer busy.
      Blood spurts from a gladiator's left shoulder. He is severely bleeding!
      A gladiator falls unconscious.
      Several arena attendants drag away the wounded gladiator.
      VOTE!!! TMS

      http://www.mudconnect.com/cgi-bin/vo...e+Eternal+City

      Originally posted by xiaozh
      There, I saw Neptune himself demonstrating Hypnoticus Pirate Style.
      Originally posted by SirLocke
      Hypnoticus and I remember a time when those that wield tridents were gods among mere mortal men.

      Comment



      • [Success: 5, Roll: 88] Shifting your grip on your two-handed alanti axe apart, you swat downward at a gladiator with the head! Critical Hit! You hear a sharp splintering sound as the two-handed alanti axe strikes a gladiator's arm, leaving it bent and broken!
        VOTE!!! TMS

        http://www.mudconnect.com/cgi-bin/vo...e+Eternal+City

        Originally posted by xiaozh
        There, I saw Neptune himself demonstrating Hypnoticus Pirate Style.
        Originally posted by SirLocke
        Hypnoticus and I remember a time when those that wield tridents were gods among mere mortal men.

        Comment


        • A gladiator is stunned!
          [Success: 6, Roll: 99] You kick a gladiator in the legs! Your toe strikes precisely at the joint and a gladiator crumples down in pain! Critical Hit! Powerful strike to the left shin. You hear a breaking sound!

          You see a tall a man with a body packed solid with muscle. He has dark, scarred skin and hard brown eyes. His black hair is worn long and loose, a proud mane. This gladiator's body seems to have been lightly oiled, to display powerful muscles. His left shin is mangled. His left shoulder has a large bruise. His right hand has a large bruise.

          Comment


          • A thug is stunned!
            [Success: 5, Roll: 20] Extending your iron gladius in one hand, you whirl around, stepping towards a thug, before finally bringing the blade down in a powerful diagonal slash! Critical Hit! Your brutal slash to the left thigh cuts deep into bone and sinew.
            You are no longer busy.
            [Success: 5, Roll: 46] Stabbing a thug suddenly with your iron gladius, you draw your arm back halfway and cut across with a follow-up slash! Critical Hit! A thug's head is jolted by the sudden thrust!

            Comment


            • Attendants drag the wounded body of the gladiator off of the arena floor to be
              tended to.

              [Success: 5, Roll: 73] You tightly grip your boison dagger. Stepping towards a
              gladiator, you then lunge a stab at her and strike. You then move your rear
              foot forward and pivot on it, spinning your whole body as your boison dagger
              cuts across a gladiator in a follow-up slash! Critical Hit! The attack tears
              apart a gladiator's throat, leaving her gurgling blood as life leaves her body!
              A gladiator's ears clang and she stumbles dizzily as your blow to her head
              strikes true.

              You are no longer busy.

              Comment


              • [Success: 15, Roll: 80] You make a quick stabbing motion at a lean and muscular man with one eye with your iron gladius! Critical Hit! Your iron gladius digs into a lean and muscular man with one eye's hip but stops abruptly as it hits bone.

                [Success: 26, Roll: 86] Extending your iron gladius in one arm, you steadily step sideways towards a lean and muscular man with one eye, unleashing several rapid jabs in quick succession!
                Critical Hit! Stab to a lean and muscular man with one eye's upper thigh causes him to take a step back and reassess the situation. He suffers a puncture to his waist. Your iron gladius digs into a lean and muscular man with one eye's hip but stops abruptly as it hits bone.

                [Success: 15, Roll: 91] You make a quick stabbing motion at a lean and muscular man with one eye with your iron gladius!
                Critical Hit! Your iron gladius digs into a lean and muscular man with one eye's hip but stops abruptly as it hits bone.

                Comment



                • Attendants drag the wounded body of the gladiator off of the arena floor to be tended to.
                  [Success: 5, Roll: 89] You lift the tip your two-handed alanti axe and turn, making a swift downwards diagonal chop at a gladiator! Critical Hit! You find an opening and crush a gladiator's sternum with his two-handed alanti axe, puncturing her heart!
                  VOTE!!! TMS

                  http://www.mudconnect.com/cgi-bin/vo...e+Eternal+City

                  Originally posted by xiaozh
                  There, I saw Neptune himself demonstrating Hypnoticus Pirate Style.
                  Originally posted by SirLocke
                  Hypnoticus and I remember a time when those that wield tridents were gods among mere mortal men.

                  Comment


                  • [Success: 5, Roll: 59] You raise your two-handed alanti axe up above your head and chop down at a gladiator! Critical Hit! a gladiator carelessly raises her forearm against the blow. The sickening crrrraaaccck of breaking bone is heard.
                    VOTE!!! TMS

                    http://www.mudconnect.com/cgi-bin/vo...e+Eternal+City

                    Originally posted by xiaozh
                    There, I saw Neptune himself demonstrating Hypnoticus Pirate Style.
                    Originally posted by SirLocke
                    Hypnoticus and I remember a time when those that wield tridents were gods among mere mortal men.

                    Comment


                    • [Difficulty: 5 , Roll: 82]
                      In an impressive show of strength, you wrench away your finely crafted tilock bow from Psilac and send his two-handed alanti axe with a painted durscwood haft flying!
                      laugh
                      You laugh.
                      You are no longer busy.
                      Psilac grumps.
                      Psilac takes a two-handed alanti axe with a painted durscwood haft.
                      quickload bow
                      [Success: 6, Roll: 92] With a quick fluid motion you load a finely crafted tilock bow.
                      Psilac wields a two-handed alanti axe with a painted durscwood haft in both hands.
                      Psilac draws up his knees, planting hands to either side of his head, then launches upwards and backwards onto his feet.
                      You are no longer busy.
                      shoot psi
                      [Success: 5, Roll: 38] You fire a bone-tipped arrow from a finely crafted tilock bow at Psilac. A bone-tipped arrow connects with a satisfying *THUNK*. Psilac's lorica squamata enameled in slate blue and polished to a dull sheen absorbs the impact of the blow.
                      You are no longer busy.
                      Psilac stumbles and falls flat on his butt!

                      Comment


                      • [Success: 5, Roll: 79] Tilting your shield forward, you slam the rim up into a gladiator! Critical Hit! Violent strike across the top of a gladiator's head, relieves him of much of it before he falls in a heap, dead.
                        You are no longer busy.

                        Comment


                        • [Success: 5, Roll: 88] You bash upward at a gladiator with the foot of your
                          shield! Critical Hit!You hear a gut-wrenching CRACK when your Iridine wall
                          shield shatters a gladiator's foot, leaving it hanging at an unnatural angle!

                          Comment



                          • Attendants drag the wounded body of the gladiator off of the arena floor to be
                            tended to.

                            [Success: 5, Roll: 87] Tightly gripping your boison dagger, you make a quick
                            underhand stab aimed at a gladiator! Critical Hit! An explosive drive from
                            your boison dagger pushes through a gladiator's chest and opens a gladiator's
                            heart.
                            You are no longer busy.

                            You don't see any "glad" here.

                            Comment


                            • [Success: 5, Roll: 99] You rotate one forearm until your palm faces upwards, then twist into a sudden stab aimed at a man with a crooked nose. Critical Hit! A man with a crooked nose sputters, mouth full of blood, after taking a bad hit to the neck!

                              Comment


                              • Attendants drag the wounded body of the gladiator off of the arena floor to be tended to.
                                [Success: 5, Roll: 92] With your weapon turned, you stab suddenly at a gladiator with the butt end of your two-handed alanti axe! Critical Hit! Ruggedly, two-handed alanti axe digs into the side of a gladiator, severing several organs along the way.
                                VOTE!!! TMS

                                http://www.mudconnect.com/cgi-bin/vo...e+Eternal+City

                                Originally posted by xiaozh
                                There, I saw Neptune himself demonstrating Hypnoticus Pirate Style.
                                Originally posted by SirLocke
                                Hypnoticus and I remember a time when those that wield tridents were gods among mere mortal men.

                                Comment

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