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    Post Snake stories

    Since the contest should be closed, I'll post my snake stuff here.

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    A Missing Girl in the Slithering Shadows

    Something scaly is slithering in the shadows. It isn’t afraid of people -- but it should be afraid of you.

    You were too late to save the child. The child’s mother had sent word, begging anyone to help her. She begged you to enter the forest to find her daughter and bring the little girl back safely, but that would be impossible now. Only two puncture wounds on the child’s leg provide any clue as to what killed the girl, but that was clue enough. You know that it must have been some kind of snake.

    The little girl must have wandered too close to the cold-blooded beast, and it killed her to protect its territory. Where might the child have stumbled on its lair? After searching the area, you find a low bush half-covering a deep, wide hole, big enough for the snake to enter and exit. Throwing a torch down the hole should convince the creature to come forth and face your justice.

    DESCRIPTION SNAKE:
    This snake is long, lean and legless. From a distance it looks like a scaled worm, but from the perspective of being attacked it seems like it’s all muscle and teeth, and you are dismayed to see that it can strike at a distance of one-third its overall body length. The snake’s needle-sharp fangs can puncture armor and flesh to shed a victim’s blood, weakening them and eventually killing them. Most snakes do not attack humans unless threatened, but this one seems to be unnaturally aggressive.

    DESCRIPTION VIPER:
    This viper is long, lean and legless. From a distance it looks like a scaled worm, but from the perspective of being attacked it seems like it’s all muscle and teeth, and you are dismayed to see that it can strike at a distance of one-third its overall body length. The viper’s needle-sharp fangs can puncture armor and flesh to shed a victim’s blood, and even worse, it can also inject a deadly poison directly into the blood through its hollow fangs. Most vipers do not attack humans unless threatened, but this one seems to be unnaturally aggressive.

    DESCRIPTION VENOMOUS SERPENT:
    This venomous serpent is long, lean and legless. From a distance it looks like a giant scaled worm, but from the perspective of being attacked it seems like it’s all muscle and teeth, and you are dismayed to see that it can strike at a distance of one-third its overall body length. The venomous serpent’s needle-sharp fangs can puncture armor and flesh to shed a victim’s blood, and even worse, it can also inject a deadly paralyzing poison into the blood through its hollow fangs. This venomous serpent seems to be unnaturally aggressive – you had better kill it before it threatens anyone else.


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    Last edited by Guild Masters; November 3rd, 2012 at 12:43. Reason: Just setting title in bold

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    Reptile Breeder's son

    Help the son of the Glorious Reptile Tamer to recover his death father legacy.

    While walking in town, you see a posted bill ?Need Courageous Adventurer Decent Reward Contact Alex At The *I'll take an other Drink- Pub?. It was a well know pub in a nearby town. Intrigued, you went straight to the pub. On arrival the pub was almost empty. In a dark corner was a young boy with very expensive serpent scales cloth.

    Alex? You asked on an experienced adventurer tone. Approving with his eye you approached him. He started to explain his misfortune. His father had left a key for him; opening a chest with tons of gold and adventurer equipment but the safe was guarded by some of the fiercest reptile he had tame in his life - and as a renown tamer it was no ordinary ones. His father had left him a letter with the simple sentence ''You'll deserve a decent reward once you'll be able to tame my pets!'' But the son was no tamer. He replied staring at you ''Why taming while we can slay'' laughing. You both agreed about getting 50/50 of the loot and head on he shows you the door where you'll have to defeat his father's pet.


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    Decorations to Die For




    A wealthy nobleman hired the party to venture forth into the swamp and return with a serpent?s head. He never expected them to succeed on such a deadly quest.


    The vile gases of the swamp were corrosive to the nose and lungs; the inhabitants were even more lethal. The largest of the swamp's snakes were fabled to swallow grown men whole with poison a to mach . Yet the lure of long lost loot and proving of bravery continues to bring the most hardened adventures to this dreadful swamp. Your party came to take one of the swamps all too abundant item as their loot, the head of a serpent. You and your party risk your life so that the wealthy nobleman may have a mantle for others to marvel upon. He is willing to pay high sums especially for the larger serpents of the swamp.


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