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Author Bash Report 15/12/2011+
royston
ranger

Joined: Jul 14, 2007
Posts: 1217
From: Felixstowe, Suffolk.
Posted: 16-12-2011 12:47   
BASH REPORT FOR THURSDAY 15TH DECEMBER 2011.

Can I start by publicly thanking Oonas for his generosity during a game yesterday early evening; a generosity which I am not sure I deserved, having clobbered poor old Santa and come off second best. I am not sure who Oonas is. He is probably second/third persona of a hi-life player. But you know who you are. Thank you. You enabled me to face the Bash as a Magic-User making me a lot happier at the prospect.

The Bash got off to a good start with Folly elected and Bash-General.

Players:
Crazyfool the stand-up wizard
Vivec
Pinguis the necromancer
Royston the sorcerer=
Cenedra the mage#
Folly the sorcerer
Hellhound the sorcerer

That?s how we started but I believe others joined in later. I hardly came across any other players during the set. I spent the time mostly doing my own thing. I was late on parade but in time for the time-honoured ceremony of the pillar. We were all called to the Classical Ruin. On the way I found the pillar in still its original place. Feeling it was a sensible thing to do, I picked it up and took it with me.

After conducting the business with some degree of dignity, I was too slow getting the pointers, so had to get into the Goblins? Lairs by another route, catching a cold in the process. Again I wished that there was some sort of cough medicine in the Land but you just have to manfully endure it, letting it running its course.

With the Goblins all dead, I went after the rats but found none alive. Somebody had got there while I was still down the Goblins?. I wandered around for a considerable time not finding anything except that I helped Hellhound with a skeleton, before eventually giving in, despite my determination not to do my usual stuff, and went down the well. I followed this up, of course, by going on the North Mountain. In my perambulations, I came across Santa and with my experiences during the day in the front of my mind, I waded in, determined on revenge. I soon realised I need some help. Dear Old Santa was a tough turkey. As I was busy shouting for help I suddenly saw my stamina was down to 16. I fled south on a stamina of 6. That was a close run thing. Santa had only minor injuries. The ?wh? command did not seem to work on him; he appeared protected. Neither did it seem to work on anything he was carrying (like my staff). I was thus unable to locate him and rashly initiate another punch-up. Just as well perhaps.

I got the coot unarmed ? simple enough, before picking up the valetant in the hut. The spider went down as perfectly ever leaving me with stamina of 45. The valetant is a two edged sword in this sense: it talks to you when you are trying to get some sleep. I thought I would overcome this problem by leaving it in an adjoining room but fearing I might lose it, went back for it. I had realised I need only deafen myself. Some hope; the valetant woke me up by telling me it had very kindly cured my deafness.

I wandered into the Mine and I think I killed the last remaining dwarf; the one and only one I did manage to kill this game. I think in future I might try and tackle the dwarfs a bit instead of going for the Watersnakes every time. Well perhaps not the Dwarf Guards on my own. I don?t think it?s too clever sticking to the same routine all the time.

There were by now just 10 mobiles left. Skeleton0 still had to be done. As I have said before, they are not easy as the have a remarkable recovery rate. How for example, is this possible?

*You hit the skeleton0 (10-14).
The skeleton0 looks seriously damaged.
The skeleton0 misses you.
*You hit the skeleton0 (1-4).
The skeleton0 looks moderately damaged.

I got him in the end.

The last mobile was as the Golem. To be exact there were two Golems, so we were lucky to finish at all. I don?t know exactly how much time was left at the end, but feel it was about 10 or 15 minutes. A worthy victory for us mortals.





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Folly
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Joined: Aug 08, 2002
Posts: 313
Posted: 17-12-2011 00:44   
http://youtu.be/spFJEIjBwFs

*qn
Looking northward, you see a place known as "north mountain". It appears to
be empty.
Looking eastward, you see a place known as "rough heath". It appears to be
empty.
Looking southward, you see a place known as "foothills". It appears to be
empty.
Looking northeastward, you see a place known as "foothills". It contains a
snowman.
Looking southeastward, you see a place known as "valley between mountains".
It appears to be empty.
Looking northwestward, you see a place known as "forested part of north
mountain". It contains an unlit brand2.
*ne.k mo f wp
Foothills.
It is snowing. A jolly snowman tries very hard not to melt here.
*You attack the snowman, using the staff1 as a weapon.
*You hit the snowman (15-19).
The snowman looks fit.
The snowman misses you.
*val mo
The value of the snowman is 20 points.
*You hit the snowman (15-19).
The snowman looks superficially injured.
The snowman misses you.
*qn
Looking eastward, you see a place known as "rough heath". It appears to be
empty.
Looking southward, you see a place known as "foothills". It appears to be
empty.
Looking westward, you see a place known as "north mountain". It appears to
be empty.
Looking northeastward, you see a place known as "dense forest". It contains
an unlit brand1 and a raft.
Looking northwestward, you see a place known as "north mountain". It appears
to be empty.
*You hit the snowman (5-9).
The snowman looks to have minor injuries.
The snowman misses you.
*sv
89 alive, 208 dead.
*You hit the snowman (15-19).
The snowman looks covered in wounds.
The snowman misses you.
*You miss the snowman.
The snowman misses you.
*You hit the snowman (15-19).
The snowman looks covered in wounds.
The snowman hits you (104/105).
*You miss the snowman.
The snowman hits you (103/105).
*You hit the snowman (15-19).
The snowman looks seriously injured.
The snowman misses you.
*You hit the snowman (20-29).
The snowman looks critically injured.
The snowman hits you (102/105).
The snowman has fled by going southeast.
You can fight him no longer.
(+2 = 27,142).
Swaying considerably, the snowman has just left.
*se.k mo f wp
Rough heath.
It is snowing. A jolly snowman tries very hard not to melt here.
*You attack the snowman, using the staff1 as a weapon.
*You hit the snowman (5-9).
The snowman looks close to death.
The snowman misses you.
The snowman has fled by going northwest.
You can fight him no longer.
(+1 = 27,143).
Swaying considerably, the snowman has just left.
*nw.k mo f wp
Foothills.
It is snowing. A jolly snowman tries very hard not to melt here.
*You attack the snowman, using the staff1 as a weapon.
*You miss the snowman.
The snowman misses you.
The snowman has fled by going southeast.
You can fight him no longer.
(+1 = 27,144).
Swaying considerably, the snowman has just left.
*se.k snowman f wp
Rough heath.
It is snowing. A jolly snowman tries very hard not to melt here.
*You attack the snowman, using the staff1 as a weapon.
*You miss the snowman.
The snowman misses you.
The snowman has fled by going east.
You can fight him no longer.
(+1 = 27,145).
Swaying considerably, the snowman has just left.
*e.k snowman f wp
Rough heath.
It is snowing. A jolly snowman tries very hard not to melt here.
*You attack the snowman, using the staff1 as a weapon.
*You hit the snowman (10-14).
The snowman looks close to death.
The snowman misses you.
The snowman has fled by going west.
You can fight him no longer.
The snowman has just left.
*w.k snowman f wp
Rough heath.
It is snowing. A jolly snowman tries very hard not to melt here.
*You attack the snowman, using the staff1 as a weapon.
*You hit the snowman (15-19).
You have killed the snowman.
(+20 = 27,165).
The snowman has just passed on.


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royston
ranger

Joined: Jul 14, 2007
Posts: 1217
From: Felixstowe, Suffolk.
Posted: 17-12-2011 14:39   
That's a few rounds with the Snowman! Having read that account I felt there must be an easier way and the clue would be in the description of the snowman. I have just tried an experiment which disappointed me in its ineffectiveness and in the course of which I lost my magic. Fortunately I was lucky again at the TS. This time.

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royston
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Joined: Jul 14, 2007
Posts: 1217
From: Felixstowe, Suffolk.
Posted: 17-12-2011 14:41   
Another thing! That was MY staff......
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Folly
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Joined: Aug 08, 2002
Posts: 313
Posted: 18-12-2011 00:22   
Sorry, but it's my staff.

However, I do look forward to the day that someone else claims it!


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