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Post by ArcticFlame7 on Mon Oct 12, 2015 9:43 am

The moment everyone seemed distracted (speaking with either a captured cultist or the priest, or making plans for the trek to the local lord's home) Hilde slowly sat down on one of the not-overturned pews. Her legs felt as if there were molded from jam, so sitting seemed the best course of action. Once seated, however, she could no longer just lock her knees and grip her hammer and shield tightly to hide her shivering. Her stomach was twisting itself into knots and a chill slowly crawled up and down her spine.
Pull yerself together, lass, she thought to herself. Ye cannae become a burden. But no amount of self-reasoning could shake the cloud of dread that was coming over her.
Nothing. She'd seen, felt, heard, experienced nothing. Hadn't she? Then what was this, then? Why was she so terrified? Why had that creature's touch felt so...
She felt bile rise in her throat and put her head between her knees. Not now. The very last thing she needed to do was be ill. She had to get herself together before someone noticed her state. Their new paladin comrade was the one in need of aid, not her.
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Post by Dm McCloud on Thu Oct 29, 2015 9:24 pm

About to rise, Hilde felt a tentative hand on her shoulder. Turning around, she gave herself a start, looking up into the none too comely face of Grona, the half orc female they met ast the refugee farm. "I'm glad to have been able to find you here alone, grona sighed, sitting beside her. I've been thinking about you and your brave band of heroes since you left. As a matter of fact, I've come here to ask for training. I want to be a cleric, a cleric of Berronar Truesilver. I know Berronar is a dwarven god and i am a lowly orc, but i have forsaken my orc heritage and am trying to embrace my other half. Can you help me?"
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