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PostSubject: The War Chief's Return   Wed 11 Jul 2012, 9:43 pm

Deep within the 30th Dimension D'garar stirred. His power returning at last. The ambush triggered something none of his people are prepared for. They have no name for it, but in the time that they sleep, their bodies change. Only after an agorian has lived long enough to experience true pain will he enter this strange state of hibernation. D'garar was finally an Elder. And he was one pissed off Elder.

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PostSubject: Re: The War Chief's Return   Wed 11 Jul 2012, 9:56 pm

As he awoke he quickly took note of his surroundings. He perceived that he was on a small moon, with little to it. The air was breathable but would not sustain him long. He needed a ship. Something fast. He needed a communicator. Else he may never find his way out of....wherever he was. And lastly, he needed a weapon. Being an Elder meant many things for the War Chief. Most importantly, it meant he must survive at all costs. He got up slowly, and began his search of the damned rock he had awoken upon.

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PostSubject: Re: The War Chief's Return   Wed 11 Jul 2012, 10:12 pm

He quickly stumbled upon ruins, and began to wonder who would have possibly lived on this barren wasteland when he noticed the architecture. These were Agorian structures....well they used to be. As the realization dawned on him, he finally understood the old tales of his people:

Each Agorian goes through an unnamed ritual that could happen at any time in their lives. Agorians could live thousands of years without undergoing the transformation. At birth, each and every Agorian is implanted with a special device by the Elders. This device allows the Elders to know as soon as an Agorian enters the state of change. Most Agorians do not of the device, however D'garar was fortunate enough to know of it due to his position within the hierarchy of Agorian society.

This sudden understanding of things was rather silly to him. He could not understand how he didn't see things this clearly before. He slowly wandered the ruins and began searching for something to help him escape his current confinement. He knew that if Elders put him here, they left him a way out, he just had to find it. Of course, the Elders have a sense of humour, and finding it may not be enough.

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PostSubject: Re: The War Chief's Return   Thu 12 Jul 2012, 10:19 am

As the chief slowly wandered the ruins of his people, curious as to what this place was...and why it has been abandoned. He knew that his people once had an empire that spread several dimensions but no evidence of their own architecture had ever been found outside of their home dimension. His people were once respected...and feared throughout all of the dimensions. Their history texts state that a pandemic engineered by their enemies wiped out much of their population-

He found something, his mind rambling coming to an instant stop, he recognized it: an agorian communication device. A very old one at that. He picked it up, and much to his surprise, it had power. The technology in his hand had to be older than him. Something was not right here, he could feel it.

Tearing metal has a very distinct sound. Most have never heard it because metal happens to be rather difficult to tear. However D'garar knew the sound. It was about one hundred yards away. He quickly put the communicator on, and he was received with a pre-recorded message. As the message began to play, D'garar started running. Whatever was after him, was getting closer.

"War Chief, we are glad you found this communicator. This is your Elder trial, and it will not be pleasant. The beast you've undoubtedly awoken is an ancient breed. Agorians once used these creatures as a powerful tool of war. They are know as the Gnarlok. Inside the belly of this beast is your gear, and a map and activation codes to a ship. Good luck."

With the message over, D'garar paled as what he must do settled over him. The communicator died as soon as the message was over. He had no way to call for help. And only one choice. He had to kill a Gnarlok. D'garar gulped. This was going to be messy.

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PostSubject: Re: The War Chief's Return   Thu 12 Jul 2012, 11:10 am

(for the sake of getting back into the thick of things i'm speeding this up x.x)

The War Chief quickly gathered himself and turned on a dime. For the first time since awakening, he would show why Argonians should be feared. Even without anyone to show it to. The Gnarlok resembled a Rancor from Star Wars and was about twice the size of one. This made it about four time bigger than D'garar.

He had the advantage though. He raised one when he was younger. The rare monsters are a handful, but he knows their weak points. He jumped as the beast tore it's way to him and he landed behind it. These creature lack object permanence. As soon D'garar disappeared, he stopped existing. Advantage for him, death for the Gnarlok. He turned again and leaped on the back of the creature. He timed the jump carefully to land on a certain area of it's back that had a spike. Advantage two was here, the beast have no nerves in a small area of their back.

D'garar knew killing it wouldn't be easy once he was in position to do it, and he also knew he had only one chance. As soon as he revealed himself to the beast again, he wouldn't be able to get away. He launched himself of the spike towards the beasts head, grabbed it's ears. Rudimentary riding position for one too small to put reins on. The instincts of the beast to obey an Agorian kicked in, however it grew up in the wild. That wouldn't last long.

D'garar pulled himself up higher using the Gnarlok's ears as leverage, and panted his feet on the back of its neck. This was standard riding position. There were two reasons for this:
First, from here you can see over the creatures head, and steer it effectively.
Second, you can break its neck easily. D'garar did just that. The creature let loose a scream that was cut short by a loud sickening snap.

That made two D'garar has killed. He regrets both.

After the beast had fallen, he ripped its stomach open with its own claws. He collected his things and began following the map left for him.

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