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PostPosted: Sun Mar 15, 2009 1:34 pm
by Jim
Meanwhile, it occurred to the rest of the group that Grania had brought them all out here, but had not yet told them why.

"Why did you bring us all here?" asked Angoid, "Surely it wasn't just to hear a singing dragon."

"Yeah, Angoid's right," said Chris the sheep, "and the creature of six noses and four bums is still out there."

"OK, I have a confession to make," said Grania, pulling a folded sheet of ancient-looking paper from her pocket, "Here's why I brought you out here."

Grania began to read from the paper.

"One harp to rule them all, and one player worthy to play it
In poetry it was shown to me, so in poetry I shall say it.
To begin your quest, go to the hill where Two Horizons meet,
there you shall find two ghosts, a harp,
and a dragon with voice so sweet."

"Wow, it's really true!" exclaimed Dubhy.

Grania continued, "The dragon, although very large
and brown and white of hide,
trust her and hear what she has to say
for she is on your side."

"See that rock wall over there?" said Tallulah, "Pull out that third stone and you will find your next clue."

Angoid pulled out the stone, and sure enough, there was another piece of paper behind it. He unfolded it and began to read.

"To find the One Harp, one must need
the strength of many horses
but first, you need your next clue which lies with..."

The group held their collective breath as Angoid read:

"THE CREATURE OF SIX NOSES AND FOUR ARSES!" :shock: :shock: :shock:

Now the quest awaits the writing of its next contributor. :wink: