Post by denjerre
((It's so silent on the board...Part 4
The one on the left was a Human Death Knight. His hair was wild, black and appeared to be smoking. His eyes were blue and hypnotizing. His armor was grey and gave Jade a cold feeling just by looking at it. The Runesword he carried was white and looked longer than your average Runesword. A feral smile covered his face. It was clear he was looking forward to the fight.
The gladiator next to him was obviously a Warlock, as he had a huge Felguard by his side. Jade was unsure about his race, but guessed Forsaken by the way he was standing and the way his yellow eyes stared at her from under his dark hood. His robe was clad in blood and the floor burned where his feet touched the ground.
In the middle stood a bald Fel Orc who was as tall as a Tauren. His tusks were larger than his head and battlescars showed all over his skin and armor. He was constantly laughing at his enemies, even before the actual battle started. His thick axe was layered with metal spikes.
To the left of the Fel Orc was a Quilboar Druid. Thorns spouted from his skin and earth hung from his tusks. Strangely, he was wearing heavy armor instead of leather. He was snorting all the time and gazed at Gravejaw and Sufferwing continuingly.
The final gladiator was a short, male Blood Elf. He was dressed in a white robe and wielded a large, metal staff. Judging from the bubble he was encased in, Jade presumed he was a Priest.
Jade grabbed her blade tightly, as the Arena Gladiators looked like fierce enemies. Before she and her group had time to plan anything, Kazzle called off the start of the battle; ‘Let the games begin in three… two…’
At the sound of ‘two’, the enemy gladiators made their move. The Druid made the earth around Gravejaw’s leg move around the beast, rooting it in place. Nervaun aimed his gun at the Quilboar and pulled the trigger.
The Death Knight extended a dark line from his arm and pulled Krahnn towards him. The Orc replied by pointing his axe at the Human’s chest, scarring it when he was in range. ‘You Death Knights need to learn tactics!’, he mocked.
The Fel Orc charged at Saldrius but Jade intercepted him, causing the Warrior to focus on her. The male Night Elf sent his pet to disarm the behemoth while he shot arrows in its back.
The enemy Warlock ordered his Felguard to attack Jalen, who attempted to fear the Demon away. Mec’lan, in the meantime, shocked the Priest from under his bubble inside his body. The Blood Elf collapsed and his dead body hit the floor. The Troll then ran to the Warlock to stop him from bringing down Jalen from afar.
The Fel Orc struck with his axe so hard that Jade was continuingly forced to take a defensive position. He was largely unhindered by Saldrius’ arrows and knocked Sufferwing away with one punch. Jade had never before seen such strength and brutality.
When Saldrius stopped firing for a few moments, Jade was afraid another gladiator got to him. The Fel Orc slowly brought her to her knees, and was nearly able to finish her off. Suddenly, an explosive arrow hit the Orc’s flank, destroying a small portion of his armor. Saldrius had charged it up for some time, and managed to fire it at exactly the right moment to save Jade. The Night Elf Warrior quickly responded by plunging her blade deep into the side of her adversary, killing him.
The Night Elves looked around to see who of their allies was in the most danger. Krahnn was doing rather good against the Death Knight and Jalen and Mec’lan were even against the Warlock and his Felguard. However, Gravejaw was still immobilized and Nervaun was also rooted to the ground, disarmed. The Quilboar was charging up a corrupted beam of the moon to finish him off.
Saldrius shot at him from afar, stopping him from finishing his spell. Jade charged at the Quilboar but was stopped in her tracks and plunged to the ground where the earth held her down. Sufferwing went to bite trough Nevraun’s bonds while the Druid started to shake.
Suddenly, the gladiator shifted into a massive boar, the height of an Ogre’s chest. He charged at Jade and hit her forehead, knocking her out. He then leapt at the other Night Elf, who pulled out an axe to parry the blow. He held the Druid down by trapping his tusks between his axe and pushing them to the ground. However, the Quilboar proved to be very strong and was slowly freeing himself.
Meanwhile, Krahnn and the Death Knight were exchanging blows. The Orc parried his enemies’ attacks with his shield and axe, and struck whenever he had an opportunity. But the Human proved to have a lot of endurance. ‘How do you expect to kill that which is already dead?’, he taunted. Krahnn caught him off guard by launching his shield at his face and disarming him with his other weapon. He said; ‘Slowly and painfully’.
Jalen was occupied with keeping the Felguard banished while Mec’lan was slowly losing to the Demon’s master. He felt weakened, dark and overtaken by shadows. It pulled him down on his knees and made him drop his weapon. The Forsaken gladiator laughed as he stood before him. He raised his hands in the air and charged up a Shadowbolt to finish the tuskless Shaman off.
Post by Morec0
Depends on how you write it and what it is. The story on Dark Trolls - I forgot its name - follows that, and its fairly good. And I wrote up a full lore for my korsel race
(you'll have to scroll down a bit to find it if you follow the link).
If you want to, share some of your idea, I'll tell you what I think.