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Member No.: 660
Joined: 10-June 10
I think thats a brill idea! Woo Snaggy ftw!
Nice Post Richard thanks for starting, enjoyed reading it, liked the whole dream idea! Tis like Romeo and Juliet!
Just to make sure, I would like it if Durburz died by Balin's hands rather than any other dwarf. Also it would be better if Durburz died in the counter attack of Moria as it would keep my character alive for longer. I mean, you can wound him, because the dwarves live in Moria for a while and he will have time to heal.
Member No.: 666
Joined: 15-June 10
Hey Bargash, I posted and I was thinking that KrÓr could not believe the 'whole' story that my character Snaggy says. And that she 'saves' his life, to use him for whatever she wants. Like watching the nasty little elves, or something like that as a punishment instead of death. Glad to have you in the story.
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