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[RP News] From the Desk of Corporal Brackus: The Abomination

Discussion in 'UO Baja' started by WarderDragon, Jun 4, 2011.

  1. WarderDragon

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    From the Desk of Corporal Brackus: The Abomination

    The Plague continues.

    Below is an excerpt from the Guard Log in Britain.

    June 2nd,

    While scouting the hills outside Skara Brae, I encountered yet another crazed person, who managed to knock me unconscious. When I awoke, I found myself lying in a pool of ooze.

    I returned to Britain in hopes of finding reinforcements. After Sevren spread word, many gathered, twelve citizens in total at the time of our departure.

    Our courage and combined strength overcame the beast, and he was felled with minimal injuries to the enlisted group.

    ...Sister Frances found more bread.

    - Corporal Brackus

    These bloated constructs are no men - not what we saw in Britain - but instead are the creation of a madman. The 'Crazies,' as the locals call them, ooze pestilence, their blood corrosive to weapons and armor. Their strength is something more than human.

    Upon closer inspection, one can see the seams where more than one man - perhaps the remains of previous Plague victims - were stitched together to form this new abomination.
  2. Lindae

    Lindae Guest

    I have been asked to represent my people in a message to the Britannians.

    While the construction and release of these golems is likely to be the work of a rogue necromancer, the city state of Umbra formally denies playing any part in this ongoing tragedy. We desire peace with Britannia and have no desire to commit aggressive acts, direct or passive, upon its lands and citizenry.

    The lords of Umbra send our condolences, and we hope that your troubles will be peacefully resolved in the near future.