By Greg Dent
To fingers! To fingers! guns and armor are the lifeblood of adventuring businesses, instruments of the alternate that stand as symbols of energy and good fortune over one's occupation. This 96-page e-book supplies extra armor, shields, and guns useable through heroes of each alternate and specialization. includes extra guns, armor, shields, and magical characteristics that may be positioned in any crusade atmosphere.
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For the next three days, there were no more tales; not even any talk. It didn't take years of familiarity to read Pinch's mood. Even the coarsest soldiers knew there was a sour gloom hanging around the man. He spoke only when necessary and then barely more than a grunt. He ate quietly and drank without sharing. Most ominous of all was that he abided every inconvenience—the trails reduced to slicks of mud and slush, the streams of thin-crusted ice, even the stinging blows of sleet-—with an impassive stare into the wilderness beyond.
The woman didn't matter, since she was not likely to see them again. When all was ready, the troop, twenty-strong, plodded down the yellow-mud lane, lurching on their fresh mounts, until they overwhelmed the little track. Flanked by old tress that played father to stands of lush brambles, the group set out on the day's ride. Whether it was by word from the commander or just wicked luck, the trail was jolting and steep, rising and falling over gullies and streambeds. Every bounce reminded Pinch of just how miserable he felt.
Aye, play it out Pinch," Therin warned. To the relief of the others, their leader slowly nodded—whether to them or Cleedis, it didn't matter. "It seems, Cleedis," the thief said in his most politic tone, "that maybe we should travel with you. " The old swordsman looked at Pinch's three companions and then at the determination in the rogue's eyes. The chamberlain's face was a mask as he calculated how his charge's compatriots changed the rules of the game. Finally, he turned and hobbled away. "Well and good.