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May 28, 2006, 8:23 am

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The Armour Of Living Death


this is an armour of a dark, dark past.
it contains great powers!

Full Item Description
It is a full suit of black plate armour covered in intricate protective runes.
This armour was created by the dark mages of kanarothe for their dark lord Enirian in the age of blood.
The dark lord is the leader of a buch of renegadee elves who rebbeled against their king for tricking the throne out of Enirian’s hands.The elves then fled south to find a knew home among the wastes.
The Lord Enirian was killed in the battle of the wyvern pass and the armour was lost, and has not been found to this day, some say it was found and destroyed by the elder mages of Anorine in the woods of Lusca, while others say it still remains lost.
The Lord and his forces where widely outnumbered by three thousand wood guards of Lusca.
(for more information on the elder mages of Anorine and the wood guards of Lusca keep checking the life forms page, it will appear there soon.

Magic/Cursed Properties
This armour grants the wearer eternal life.
No normal weapons can pierce it, only powerful rune weapons , or weapons with powerful magic woven into them can pierce this armour

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Voted Scrasamax
May 22, 2006, 8:05
I should warn you Freddie, this post is going to be ripped on by the other Strolenites for being too short and of no use.

Maybe this can be made better.

'This armour was created by the dark mages of kanarothe for their dark lord Enirian in the age of blood.'

Who were the Dark Mages of Kanarothe? Name is interesting and they could give us an insight into the armor. Were they demon-worshipping mages, or were they artificers with a magical bent?

Who was the Dark Lord Enirian? Why did he have the armor made, how much did he have to pay to have it made. If it grants eternal life, why isnt he still around?

What was the Age of Blood? How long did it last, hoiw did it get its name, how did it end, or did it?
Voted Alec_Shadowkin
May 22, 2006, 8:29
Everything Scras said.
May 24, 2006, 10:20
it is better than it was when i last looked good one!
May 25, 2006, 4:49
it's alright could do with a bit of fine tuning though.

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