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|Kormadian History Version XV; --> Insurrection|
|Tweet Topic Started: Jan 2 2011, 12:04 PM (589 Views)|
|`Scoot||Jan 2 2011, 12:04 PM Post #1|
"She has duct tape and chloroform and a map to your house in the back seat of her car. I thought that was a bit strange..."
Something is wrong with the dragon. In the midst of a soon-to-be war, the once seemingly infallible beast appears weakened. His mental state--if ever it could be deemed healthy--has deteriorated in the recent weeks, and he is, as a result, more dangerous now than he ever was before. A Kestrel with a barrier to logistics, reasoning, and negotiation was a problem. A Kestrel incapable of these things is a near death sentence for the Kormadian equines.
The dragon is immortal, and invulnerable to weapon or physical attack. It appears, however, that he is not invulnerable to disease--and that is the very cause of his sudden and rapid deterioration. An immortal body does not guarantee a functional body, and the equines of Kormada are learning this very quickly. Whereas an equine has death to put an end to a disease, Kestrel cannot die, and so he shall remain a constant menace--unless, of course, the horses can devise a plan to end their difficulties.
But, it would seem that some equines have already been working on a solution. There are rumors that a facility to contain the dragon is being carved from the stones high in the mountains of the Loftland. It will take time to finish, but more and more inhabitants are flocking to help out.
In the meantime, the intelligences of the planet are faced with a far more daunting task.
How does one capture a dragon?
"Food for five years. A thousand gallons of gas. Air filtration, water filtration...Geiger counter. Bomb shelter!|
Underground...God damned monsters..."
~ Burt Gummer, Tremors
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