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Subject: pointless... part of bet

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Date Posted: 22:38:49 05/12/03 Mon

He watched them disappear back into the undergrowth. It was only after the foliage had stopped russling that he realised what exactly was happening. There was no where he could run. It was over.

Trying to move without attracting the attention of the Pack he shuffled backwards through the leaves. More than half of their number where dead. They had gone through excruicating agony only to be rewarded with the news that there was no silver or gold waiting for them at the end of their journey. Just a powerful elf whose anger was larger and more dangerous than Mordor. Vaguely he wandered how he could have ever believed he could escape from this situation unscathed, his right foot moved a step backwards slowly. Fortunately the Pack seemed to still be in stunned by the watcher's passage. Left foot edged backwards.


He tried not to wince. They could not have missed that.
They had not.

"You promised us gold," Leon hissed from his left. "My brother is dead. You'd better produce it or I'll be sending you down to meet him."
Vomyr cowered under their gaze. "I'm so sorry..." he replied wetly.
But as he said it he knew it was not good. They would not accept his apology. This was truely the end. Shaking he withdrew his rapier and held it infront of him watching it quiver within his grip.
"Guess we'll have to take our payment from your flesh," Wolf grinned.

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