January 29, 2007

A poor beginning to a non–existent performance

In a complete reversal of last time, I died just 7 short hours into the first Assassins’ Guild game of the term.

The plan was to kill the guy outside his lecture with my poisonous spider. The spider should have been attached to me by a string of web, in case I were to miss. However, my spider apparently decided to betray me, and when it flew through the air where my target no longer was, it took the string with it.

I panicked and ran for the door, but there were too many people about, and as I was trying to wade through them, he stabbed me in the back.

I wonder if I can bribe the umpire to make everyone Wanted…

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