02-22-2019, 11:28 PM
Join Date: Jun 2008
For now I think Dylan has alleviated some of my feelings about him being Scum after his post regarding SF. Granted they could be working together but the way SF has been going after him I doubt it (though it would be tremendous gameplay if he did).
Originally Posted by Arrows
Bored of the waiting game, he set out to prepare for his nightly routine. He already knew where he had to get to tonight, but he wouldn't make it there. As he turned a corner he spotted someone else ahead, slowly approaching him.
It took a few moments of focus to make sure, but he knew this person's face. He shouldn't be here. He died hundreds of years ago. The knight wouldn't stick around to find out what the spirit wanted. Probably a good idea.
The spirit's attention was drawn away from his target and to the sky, the powerful flap of the beast's wings alarming the spirit. Confident, the spirit faced down the beast, knowing he had controlled the gem once before. He was one of the few chosen to have that honor.
The gem didn't care about this history. This spirit was in it's way.
I find this a tad bit interesting because originally I thought the knight and the dragon were two different killers doubling up on the same kills. That theory went out the window when the doubled up on the targets two night in a row.
But now I am back to square one because this write-up says the knight did not want anything to do with DJ. Yet the dragon killed DJ. Basically I am back to square one, wondering what to make of the dragon and knight.
She approached far more casually this time than her last two attempts. He didn't give her an immediate sense of fear like they did.
He turned to acknowledge her and quickly got to his feet to face her.
"Calm down. I just want to explain."
He didn't seem interested, but he hadn't stabbed her yet, so she continued.
"We want the same thing. Just listen, please."
After last game I am not going to go all, "There's a cult watch out!" Granted I have no reason for there not to be a cult in this game but still it does not feel that way to me.
Possibly a scum recruit? Not sure, it very well could be. As I said, this game is a lot like American Big Brother in that we should always expect the unexpected.
He'd spent all night working out how he was going to manage this feat. Hours of climbing lead him high atop Dragonbrook. He took in the view for a moment, knowing he'd never seen this sight again, and dove.
He'd found his target's resting spot before climbing, and crashed down towards it now, axe in hand. As he landed on the creature he dug the axe into it's back and removed it before being thrown into a nearby wall by the now furious target.
The target would try to retaliate, but it's fire wasn't quite as impressive as the beast, and the man managed to roll out of the way. He charged between attacks and bashed it over the skull with his axe. A few more shots and he'd won this battle.
I am going to agree with Paws on this one, this reads as a Vig kill to me. If that is the case would it be a Town on Town kill?
Or is this something more sinister?
This does not read as the previous Scum kills to me mainly because we do not see a dragon or knight involved in the kill (I mean as the attacker, obviously there is a dragon that was the victim here).