Elquin rose groggily to his feet. The touch of Aurea still lingered on his body and he felt a tear, unbidden, run down his cheek.
Cursing to himself, he wiped the offending salty droplet to oblivion and took stock of the scene before him - what a hulking beast it was that stood in the field!
Without delay, the Ethenorden thief slinked forth: the terror was occupied with the Rhino which could only be Kuth, and the time to strike was now!Thief roll in OOC to sneak up behind it. I will assume failure. Also combat roll which I will also assume is failure :p
The Ekauri was no fool though - it sensed Elquin as the thief dove forth to sink his sword into it's midsection, and twisted to avoid it. Elquin's blade swung through the air, hitting nothing.
2nd round. ALSO a failure!
The force of the swing coupled with the lack of resistance as it missed caused Elquin to skid along the grass. Immediately though, he swung around and took another lunge! This one was as effective as the first, glancing off the Ekauri's armour with a shower of sparks but causing no injury.
"Curse it all!" Elquin screamed in frustration, "That beating crimson! Focus yourselves on that!" he yelled to his comrades.
Initiative: (10:10:28) Minion: Shadoweagle rolls 1d10 and gets 3.
Thief/Stealth against 95 (daytime): (10:11:10) Minion: Shadoweagle rolls 1d100 and gets 94.
Close Combat against 65 (daytime): (10:11:13) Minion: Shadoweagle rolls 1d100 and gets 71.
Close Combat against 65 (daytime): (10:22:33) Minion: Shadoweagle rolls 1d100 and gets 87.