Welcome to Librarium Online!
(ooc: Looking forward to clocking Lost's first fight. Don't worry I'll break your incubi in very nicely I'm also going to set the scene. It will take place in a small clearing in the middle of a forest.)
Thick power armored boots kicked up flies as they plowed through the grass. Aegan had been marching for quite some time now and he figured that this spot would be the most advantageous for him. Out in the open, whoever had been quietly following him would be vulnerable. As the Chaos Marine reached the center of the clearing he dropped the chainsword he had at his ready. Twisting around he pointed his bolt pistol at the dark forest.
"I know you're there. Why not give up this little game of cat and mouse and come face reality. I promise to make it quick..."
Initiative vs. Dakaj (1d20=9)
(ooc: a reminder for dice rules:
Use the same name every time.
use the memo section to post what you're rolling for.
rolls can be verified by clicking on the persons name, so no rolling twice.)
A shadow darker than the natural shade created by the forest came into view, black upon black. The Eldar wondered if this monkeigh would see him, as he toyed with one of the spherical plasma grenades buckled to his armor at the hip, weighing his options. The monkeigh appeared to be one of the larger, stronger, quicker types. A smile creased the lips of the Eldar, beneath his metallic mask. This would be a worthy opponent, indeed.
Initiative vs. Aegan (1d20=12)
(OOC: Should I go ahead and make my attack rolls?)
With a decisive nod to himself, the Incubi master unhooked one of the grenades and activated it. May as well give the monkeigh a test run, he decided. Flicking his wrist, the plasma grenade soared out from the woods, landing with a thud close to Aegan. The grenade rolled upon impact, knocking against the Chaos Marine's heavily plated boot. Soft beeps emitted from the grenade, picking up pace until it finally triggered the explosion.
Attack Roll vs. Aegan (1d20=6, 1d20=14)
Aegan reacted without hesitation. Leaping from his feet the grenade exploded in a blaze as pieces of earthen debris chunked through Aegans armor. Landing far from the blast a small red flicker caught Aegans attention. Pistol already drawn Aegan fired off two shots into the darkness.
Attack roll vs. Dakaj, Turn 1 (1d20=1, 1d20=4)
(ooc: As a reminder 1's are critical misses so you get a +1 to hit on your next round of combat. I'm off to the laundromat!)
Last edited by mediajak; June 27th, 2007 at 22:42.
Dakaj almost chuckled as the monkeigh blindly fired his pistol into the forest. The darkness seemed to swallow the shots and the Eldar almost pitied the poor fool. Almost. Wanting this to be an amusing fight, the Master of Incubi decided to reveal himself. With a mighty leap, made easy by his natural grace and agility, he thrust himself from the forest. The huge Punisher in his hands cackled to life as he rushed the Marine, a glossy shadow in a swirl of indigo.
Attack Roll vs. Aegan (1d20=20, 1d20=7)
Aegan roared as the Incubi appeared out of nowhere. The giant punisher dug deep into his back tearing through armor, flesh, and bone. Aegan struggled until he could find an opening, he flung back his elbow to try and disorient the Eldar.
Attack Roll vs. Dakaj, Turn 2 (1d20=14, 1d20=12)
(ooc: When you roll your attack, put in which turn so it is easier to keep track of )
Dakaj hissed as the heavy thrust from the Chaos Marine's elbow knocked him squarely in the chest plate of his armor, sending him sprawling backwards. The Eldar quickly regained his balance, skidding to a halt several feed away, and moved into the traditional, fluid fighting stance of the Incubi of Commorragh. He rolled his shoulders and the indigo cloak about his body slid off, sliding to the ground. Swiftly, he twirled the wicked looking punisher with a sharp slash towards Aegan's unprotected back.
"Come, monkeigh. Teach me your dance."
Attack Roll vs. Aegan, Turn 3 (1d20=1, 1d20=12)
Aegan was caught again by the swift moves of the Incubi. The Punisher truly deserved its name from the intense agony that rippled through his body. In a twirling motion the chaos marine turned to face his opponent while delivering a massive kick to his foe.
Attack roll vs. Dakaj, Turn 3 (1d20=18, 1d20=10)
The Eldar tried to dodge to the side to avoid the kick, but he hadn't anticipated the enhanced speed of the Chaos-touched monkeigh. Taking most of the force in the side, Dakaj spun around with a wicked slash of his Punisher, trying to catch the Chaos Marine across the ribcage.
Attack Roll vs. Aegan, Turn 4 (1d20=13, 1d20=20)
In an instant the Punisher was buried deep into Aegans chest. The chaos marine roared with fury.
"You tread thin waters you fool. You dare not awake what lies within." shouted Aegan
Aegan whipped around his arm to backhand the Incubi, he had to try and tear away to reach his chainsword. He knew that he could not take much more of the brutal treatment with his body alone.
Attack roll vs. Dakaj, Turn 4 (1d20=18, 1d20=19)
As the Incubi fumbled backwards Aegan ran to his chainsword.
Dakaj could feel the taste of blood in his mouth as he was knocked backwards by Aegan's powerful blow. This made him grin - this monkeigh was not the pushover he first seemed to be. When he regained his balance, he waited, in stance, watching the pathetic Marine, large he may be, fumble for his lost sword. The Eldar unhooked the last of his plasma grenades, activated it, and sent it flying towards Aegan.
Attack Roll vs. Aegan, Turn 5 (1d20=15, 1d20=6)