Kyrian was getting ready to swing his blade once more, when he heard an ear-piercing whistle not far from his head.
The circling Peryton, already injured, shrieked and quite suddenly crash-landed in a bloody, black, heap, its wings still spasming involuntarily. For a moment Kyrian was confused. Did the creature die of fright, at the thought of absorbing another kiss from the Carmine Rose?
Turning suddenly at Herald’s snort, Kyrian could now see the unmistakable figure of Vorodon of the Volgotoi approaching. And approaching quickly.
[ooc]We'll go with your 20 Wulf. A small boon from an evil GM. Welcome back! The thing had 5 HP left, so its dead. We'll say you can hit peryton with non-magical dart, because of the lovely 1st ed. rule val found. Creatures of 4+ HD can attack creatures not normally affected by non-magical attacks. Or something. But you're also a PC, not a monster, sooooo, yep. Thats my ruling.
To hit demodand however, you'll need that axe me'thinks.[/ooc]
[ooc]My initiative roll v. Adan's 8...(21:16:56) ChatBot: Murometz rolls 1d10 and gets 9. SO you actually win initiative, and Kadarin has already enlarged the dagger into a sword. Your attack Adan and Kadarin. Kyrian and Vorodon can join next round, right now they're moving quickly toward circle/demodand, with Kyrian charging even.[/ooc]
The demon paused as he approached his pink-fleshed foe. Who were all these humans? He could now see the mounted rider, and what looked to be an ogre not far away. Furthermore, this young one hiding behind the tormentor with his puny shield, was chanting magic. The demon sniffed the air, through various nostrils, located along its body. Magic. I know magic too. They will pay for interfering with my mission. They will all pay. They will pay with their flesh and their bones. I will feast on them, then find my prize. Their souls will burn in the Pits of Tarterus.