It started off as only a small feeling, a shift in the mood of the people nearest the window. Perhaps those attuned to danger payed notice to there hairs as they stood on end or perhaps they were all still entranced with the music that had filled the air and had decided to look outside to see the sky.
Maybe Dae's "bad feeling" was getting crossed mix with this one?
One or two of the less colourful people decided that now was the time to go, while the day was still nice and the drink still tasted as good as they came. For there was danger outside the Inn.
Outside the danger looked at the Inn, its gaze fixed, unmoving, like a hunter watching its prey.
"OOOOOOOH" Gasped Choark long and loud as he stood before a very familar place. He hadn't moved for sometime and already some children were using him as a running post, going around and around him, back and forward. "OOOOOOOOOH!"
The Jade Dragon Inn
the sign read. Choark couldn't read it himself being a man who had been raised by a wild Wolf-Pig he didn't get much in the way of a "normal" education, though all who had ever met him knew the odds of him actually learning any
thing in a school was pratically nil anyway. No Choark just reconised it like one would a familar picture that was gazed at everyday until it went missing, only to be found by accident.
"OH! OH! OH!" The shocked blank gaze finally shifted into a big happy smile. The danger had now increased tenfold, for Choark was now in a Good Mood. The barbarian was almost always in a good mood anyway, stupidty and a happy dispostion helped to that, but when he shifted into a Good Mood he became dangerous. All care he may take flies out the window, all restriction he ever has on hold are gone.
Bang! The door is the first to feel the explosive power of the Happy Barbarian Ninja as he opens it full force with excitment.
If there had been a writer present and they wanted to put this moment down on paper, they would have considered putting Choarks entrance "speech" in full capitals to try and get the effect of how loud it was. But then, they would of probably had to make it a bold type as well, just so it stood out that little bit extra. Then they, considerng how loud it truly was, would of probably had to make the words bigger, to show there power and force behind them... but who would want to waste 18 pages on that?
So, believe you me, the entrance was loud espically when, as soon as everyone's ears had adjusted to the first cry, Choark followed up with...
( OOC: Just my way of saying "welcome back to the game" >=) BWA HA HAHA AH. And don't worry, if I've over exceeded the RP peeps allowed limit it can easily be dealt with *nods* )
Edited by: [url=http://pub30.ezboard.com/brpgww60462.showUserPublicProfile?gid=choark>Choark</A] at: 2/23/04 7:11 am