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[quote] On 23-08-2013 02:33, Folly wrote: Anyone else remember this? http://muddy.mudii.co.uk/news4.htm [quote] [posted] Monday 16th August 1999 MOBILE BASH SUCCESS - GDN REPORTS 12th August Celebrity Bash Report, with Gdn Well, this week's bash started off again with the usual argument as to who would lead the free peoples' assault against the evil denizens of The Land, and the resulting titles of bash-general and deputy bash-general were given to Bashfull and Cora respectively. With that decided, the fun began and things got off to a surprisingly good start. There was the usual spattering of high and lowlife, the former of which quickly got to work dispatching of the small and harmless of The Land's beasties, leaving all the super-hard mobiles to the yeopersons and warriors, who were startlingly unrivalled in their bravery and cold-blooded determination. Oh, and stupidity, too. Despite all this though, it came to a point where we thought we might finish the bash with 40 or more minutes to spare, and some of the more optimistic among the players had already begun their victory chants. This proved to be an almost fatal error. You see, the highlife had killed the easy mobiles, causing the survivor count to plummet extremely rapidly. The lowlife were under the ridiculous impression, as they usual are, that the highlife were hard, tough and fearless, and that they had gone after all the aforementioned mean and nasties, when in fact they were all sat in their safe, warm hidy-holes eating crumpets. The bash came to a standstill. All was silent and nothing stirred. The dark things lay undisturbed in their evil chambers, and no one made move to redouble the asault. The general's orders were being ignored by all exept the brave lowlife souls, who began forming into attack parties. For a moment, this seemed like it might work, but when it was discovered that these stalwart regiments didn't know where they were supposed to go or what they were supposed to do, people began to panic. And wreaking havoc throughout this whole affair were two souls whose hearts were as black as the night. They had forged some dark alliance in secret, and pounced upon all who were poorly equipped with deadly precision. Their very names induced fear in everyone except the most well prepared, and the knelling of bells could be heard long and loud over The Land. Joey and Wizbasher, as they were named, were killing without remorse. Blood began to boil and anger was aroused in every good heart, and soon they began once again to pour in wrath upon the mobiles. Then a terrible scream was heard. It seemed that some had reached the drier part of swamp before the 'Joey', and he cursed them. Hearts were suddenly uplifted, and the survivor count began to plummet once more. Everyone cheered with glee as the feeling of evil fled The Land, but they had little time to indulge in mirth. Little more than 40 seconds later, the reset happened. Yep, it sure was a close one this week. But good prevailed, and evil quailed as they say. In memory of the fallen: Archangel the Necromancer killed by Joey the Sorcerer and Wizbasher the Warlock Maud the Sorceress killed by Joey the Sorcerer and Wizbasher the Warlock Undertaker the Necromancer killed by Joey the Necromancer and Wizbasher the Warlock Gutbucket the Necromancer killed by Joey the Necromancer and Wizbasher the Warlock Illistrylr the Necromancer killed by Joey the Necromancer and Wizbasher the Warlock Oh, and thanks for the crown, Joey :). [/quote] [/quote]
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