Hybrid games are now allowed on Myth Weavers without permission. A hybrid game is defined as a game that may be played through other means, but which uses Myth Weavers resources such as sheets or an OOC forum.
Games which do not utilize Myth Weavers resources in any manner are still prohibited and ads for such will be removed.
Myth Weavers is pleased to announce the Dungeons & Dragons Create a Villain Contest! Members may create a villain using any edition of the Dungeons & Dragons rules, and the final entries will be voted on by the community.
First place wins a new copy of the Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition Players Handbook!
The contest runs from July 1 to July 31, and voting will then run from August 1 through August 7. The winner will be announced on August 8 and contacted via PM. Contest details and directions may be found HERE!
Kenjin held his ground, watching as the flaming guantlet they had set by the doors began to smoke and catch fire. He watched the rest of the keeps guardians retreating, being mindful of the Gnolls that were beginning to take their place along the walls. If this was to work it would be a miracle...and require great timing.
He waited for the last of the guards to retreat past him towards the entrance to the caverns and then, and only then, did he begin to fallback, covering their retreat. "Steady men, nobody rush. That fall will kill you as easily as any of these dogheads will."
Leo gives Marin a fierce hug and then sends her back to the squad. "We will meet again, sister," he says with determination as he resumes hustling the last of the men down the shaft. As soon as everyone is inside the refectory, he grimly shuts the doors, and Marin can clearly hear the heavy bracing beam set against the backs of the wooden portals. Moments later, there is the scrape of stone on stone--the hidden entrance being closed up once again.
Caedmon puts away his bow and switches to the sword, nodding to Ken as the two take up position to hold off the gnolls at the bottom of the stairs. The hyena-headed beasts appear to be moving cautiously, alert for traps and tricks, and it is another twenty or thirty seconds before the first of them descends fully, battle axe at the ready. He hoots a warning to his fellows and starts to advance on the guarded door.
Meanwhile, the booming noise of battering ram on gate continues, and the distressed wood starts to split open. The brackets holding the bracing beam are already loose in the wall, and it is clear to Alelip and the remaining defenders that the whole thing will give way in moments. The cloud of smoke above the burning pitch and oiled debris thickens ominously, and orange-red flames are licking upwards toward the already sooted archway. The scene resembles something out of a nightmare--a nightmare about to become real.