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A sentence you wasted 5 seconds to read.
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6 yrs ago
Who came up with the idea to make our statuses quotes from philosophers, anyway?
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6 yrs ago
We could be doing something productive with our lives... instead, we're here.
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6 yrs ago
A random quote from some philosopher that we'll forget in a few moments.
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@Thinslayer Afki took a quick wide scan of the current party, her mind deep in thought, and quickly made a conclusion, "Let's form 3 groups of three. We'll each search a different area of the city for Cho and come back within, say, an hour and a half." Parshath silently agreed with Afki's proposal. If his train of thought was correct, the group of three rule was perfect for ensuring maximum search coverage while maintaining a sense of safety in numbers. Theoretically, at least one member would be able to rejoin the main party even in the worst case scenario. "We should keep an eye out for each other, as well as for Cho. And if we don't find him with the time limit, we can discuss what to do after we regroup. How's that sound?"
@Thinslayer well I’m waiting on you, at least. Dunno about anyone else.
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There were signs of life everywhere, but not a single living creature was actually found. Afki found it really unsettling, and had her guard up constantly. Her eyes darted around, watching the shadows for anything suspicious. Despite, or perhaps because of, her vigilance, nothing seemed to have appeared, even on their path the queen's lair. She did enjoy the new gauntlets, though, and put them on after a brief inspection to make sure there was nothing inside. Afki was about to relax as they headed back to the city entrance when Parshath asked her, Afki, how many people were in our party?

What? We... uh... Afki responded hesitantly, having realized that she never bothered to count the number of people in her party. T-ten-

Twelve. You, the pally, and the other 10 mooks, Parshath answered. We had that many people in our party. Now we have eleven. Get what I'm sayin'?

Realized dawned on Afki's face as the puzzle pieces in her mind clicked together. She had thought something was a little off during the last loot sharing, but she had been too distracted by the concern for her own safety to notice. "We're missing someone," Afki said out loud.
@Thinslayer Go nuts, man.
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"Hee hee, this expedition's just a good one, that's all," Afki said, receiving her share of the treasure. She did find it odd that there were no creatures in sight. The scout's report only heightened her growing concern. Afki's experience told her that if something was this far out of the norm, unexplored area or no, there was something wrong with the situation. She unstrung her bow and placed it in her quiver; if there was something truly dangerous, then a normal weapon wouldn't cut it. She unsheathed her swords at her hips, flipping one over to use her battle-ready style: left blade with a reverse grip and right blade in a standard grip. Her expression grew serious, and she responded to Teleus, "Sure, but let's stay alert. We don't know what we'll find here."

Well now, you don't write, you don't call... I was beginning to think you'd forgotten about me, a familiar voice rang in her head. Of course, it was her ever-trusty partner, Parshath. The two blades in her hands were more than mere weapons; they were a sentient being who had bonded with her. Ever since their fateful encounter, the two had become inseparable, and she was reassured to have his power in this unsettling event. While she didn't always understand the sayings Parshath used, she knew he was only concerned for her wellbeing.

Sorry about that, Parshath, but things got a little boring. Hardly worth your time, Afki responded in her mind.

Yeah, no kidding. No mobs in sight for several days in a row? In a place like this? Not likely. Somethin's up. Parshath said, on edge.

I thought the same thing, Afki said. Never hurts to be too careful.
@Thinslayer You know, I actually thought this was the introduction to how they met. If not, then that makes it a bit more exciting, and I get to create a bit more dialogue between him and Afki. Let's go with the latter.
@Thinslayer Yeah it's totally fine. Just finished my reply, in fact.
@Thinslayer

As they traversed the labyrinth, Afki raised her waterskin to her mouth, taking care to only drink a sip. The sounds of footsteps echoed throughout the hall they traveled in. It was strange that there were no monsters, but Afki wasn't going to look a gift horse in the mouth and was glad for the intermission. It meant there was more time to enjoy the sights and explore. Right now, she was having the time of her life, though she did feel a bit bad when she saw some of the others in the group getting sick. Still, it was always a risk coming into dangerous places like the West Pelinese Labyrinth, and everyone here knew that.

"Hmm? Oh, well, I always did like a bit of adventure, and unexplored areas like this are perfect places to find adventures!" Afki responded, her tail swishing around in excitement. She practically skipped with joy and her eyes lit up with excitement as she continued, "I mean, who knows what you could find here? Gold, artifacts, powerful weapons and armor, you know. The money just follows when you do a job like this. Or at least, that's what I'd like to think happens. It's not every day you find something valuable, but at least I have fun doing this, and that's the important thing."



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