Previously on The Legend of Tanith Part 3
“We can do this, guys!! For Tanith!!” -Sage
“We’re all gonna die.” -Kalen
“Follow the white deer.” -The All Knowing Gem
|Rules for Fighting|
Don’t leave the area we are in. In this case, that would mean you should stay by the group in the forest.
Be realistic. You aren’t going to be taking everyone down. There will be times when you are hit, or your blade is. There will be injuries.
You guys can act other characters you are fighting but I’ll be playing the eye patch dude. 😉
The eye patch dude is the hardest to take down. We will all take him down at the end of the fight so save him for last. (If we can take him down.)
Have fun and be creative!
“We’re getting nearer, I can feel it.” I announced excitedly. After the gem gave us direction, we had taken to the forest to search for the white deer. Maybe it would come out and we could follow it to the scroll. We were so close to getting the scroll and we couldn’t stop now.
Nothing could stop us now.
Or at least I thought.
Since I had taken to my usual spot of being in front of the group, the gust of wind hit me first, knocking me back. Then the water came, spraying me in my eyes. By the time I wiped away everything, a sword was at my neck.
“Stupid Mages.” I grumbled. Fighting against a Mage was harder than fighting against a sword. I glanced up to see who my attacker was. Holding the blade that was pressing into my neck, was someone I hoped I’d never see.
And he had an eyepatch.
The Dark had been following us.
I went to swallow but remembered the sword against my neck. Even if I were to get out of his hold, there were probably plenty of Mages, Guardians, and Healers in his group, hidden in the forest, ready to end us. This was going to be a deadly fight. And all I could do was pray that no one on my team got hurt. Or worse.
The eye patch dude, who was large in stature, pushed the blade further against my throat.
I couldn’t breathe. We were trapped. We fell into their traps.
I prayed (again) that my team would make a smart move, get me out of this hold, and fight with all their hearts.
We were stronger together.