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The Arctic Voyage and exploration (Open)

This is where all of the medieval Arctic Islands role-plays are archived.
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Re: The Arctic Voyage and exploration (Open)

Post by RasHeart » Mon Jun 18, 2012 7:36 am

Erellan's eyes turned all-white. He cast Foresight. "Lad, there naught be a spell t' heal this. It's a bone fracture. Only time would heal it." His eyes returned to the way they were.

"Unless I make a healing solution With crystal dust." Kyeema pulled out a stone knife, and began to chip pieces of the crystal veins into her hands. She sat down, pulling out a bottle and her mortar and pestle.

"Does anyone have water?" Kyeema asked, still focused on her mixture. The crystal was dust. She poured it into a bottle, also putting some wound gel in it. Erellan cast a simple water spell, putting some in the bottle. "Thar ye go."

Kyeema moved to Jack, giving him the potion. "This won't instantly heal, but it'll speed up the healing process. You'll still need a splint."


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Re: The Arctic Voyage and exploration (Open)

Post by Emisio » Tue Jun 19, 2012 8:20 am

(I'm confused... but I suppose this means that we are out of the cave safely.)
Emisio stood tiredly against the wall crossing his arms looking to the outside weather. The conditions had lightened and it would now be possible to leave without danger. His eyes wandered around eventually landing on his group where he watched them quietly, saying nothing.

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Re: The Arctic Voyage and exploration (Open)

Post by The Crow » Tue Jun 19, 2012 4:29 pm

(Still stuck, but i'll fix the hole for you)

"Alright then, I'll do it. This is gnna-" The entire group melted into the floor; and fell out of the roof of their hideout. Jack shouted in pain, but managed to drag himself into a corner. He sat there, hunched up, staring at the fire.

(Remember the thing Emisio wanted to ask Jack?)
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Re: The Arctic Voyage and exploration (Open)

Post by LukatheBlind » Tue Jun 19, 2012 8:01 pm

Luka felt a surge go through him, almost tickling. Suddenly he appeared inside the cave, looked around then fell over exasperatedly. He looked at jack then began to speak, then went quiet. He got up limped over to the cave mouth and sat in the wind and snow.... a blizzard was blowing outsize, he shooks his head. He grabbed his sore ankle and massaged it slowly, then lifted his muzzle up and bean to sing, quietly at first then louder, his voice hitting every note perfectly. His voice was barely drowned out by the wind and snow but in the cave he could easily be heard. After a bit he began to sleep, forgetting to move away from the entrance.


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