A reminder from Rick

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Brendan Hutt

Apr 19, 2007, 6:28:55 PM4/19/07
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Hey guys,

Rick as asked me (since he currently has no computer) to let everyone
know that he's updated the Intergame Activity section of our new Wiki
with information we need to react to before next game.

The direction we take is up to us but if we decide now we can kill
more things at game. *smile*


"Movies will make you famous; television will make you rich; but
theatre will make you good."
--Terrence Mann

James Klock

Apr 20, 2007, 3:48:32 PM4/20/07
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> "Brave soldiers are cheap, but brave and resourceful ones like you
> are really quite valuable. If you want to leave the service of the
> Emperor and seek your own fortune, I have an offer for you. You can
> become the beginning of a new corps of elite troops. I'll pay 50
> silver a month, and you won't want for action. What say you?"
> Antony looks uncertain at the offer, looking to the other men to
> gauge their reactions.

Friedrick's massive frame shifts uncomfortably in his chair. Not
idly, he fingers the painted piece of wood, in the form of the twin-
tailed comet that marked the birth of Sigmar Heldenhammer. The
leather of the strap looks only slightly more weathered than
Friedrick's own hands.

"Of course, General, your offer is a very generous one. Very
generous indeed-- that's quite a lot of money, more than double what
even our Imperial cavalrymen are paid."

After a significant look towards Antony, he continues. "For my part,
though, I have sworn an oath to protect the Empire. This does not
mean that I could not accept your offer, only that there will be
certain conditions that must be imposed."

Friedrick pauses, clearly choosing his next words with great
caution. "I have no doubt that you are accustomed to working with
men whose loyalties are not first and foremost to your cause. If I
were to work for you, I would want you to know where MY loyalties
lie. Which is, first to Sigmar, then Karl Franz His Heir. I could
never carry out an order that put me in opposition to the Empire, and
if the Empire has need of me, I am compelled to answer that call."

Relaxing considerably, Friedrick raises his stoneware mug, and says,
"so if all of this suits you, and my commanding officer will release
me, well, then, I'm certainly interested."

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