Anteroth glared into the kings eyes. "You are useless!" Anteroth roared before fire began to erupt from his claw turning the king into ashes. "I will find the antidote myself!" The large dragon turned around and walked past the other dragons.
Walking out of a tunnel a magnificat city could be seen. You are on a cliff looking down upon a sprawling metropolis and unsuspecting dwarven civilians. "I repeat lava dragon do not kill the inhabitants I need them." Across the whole city on another cliff could be seen a temple of sorts. "Perhaps the treasury is there..."
"I only want the antidote to the Dragonbane... But if anybody stands in my way I'll turn them to ashes much like I did to that pathetic king..." Anteroth looked down on the dwarf people, "It's Anteroth by the way. These dwarfs refer to me as the Balrog... How foolish, I am not one of those hell-spawned demons."
"Then that's where I'll go..." Anteroth turned around and moved through the stone halls of the dwarfs. There was the occasional warrior who tried to attack Anteroth but none of them ever made it far. Finally Anteroth came to the gate to the treasury. The massive Lava Dragon destroyed the gate and entered. There he saw a huge pile of gold and mithril. "This is going to take a while..."
OOC: hmm.... if the dwarves have been wanting to kill Anteroth for a while now... then they simply don't need to tell him where the antidote is. He's dying from poison with little time to spare, and will either die or become easy, weak prey for their soldiers. (those in the city) So really, to complete their goal of killing him, they can lead him around the city looking for an antidote that isn't there. He is utterly screwed.
OOC: lol Gold and mithril, the catnip for dragons. XD Why would dwarves care about an antidote if they want all dragons dead? it's not like they'rekeeping any as pets. Besides, toxins are destroyed at certain temperatures, so all that heat you are releasing would have destroyed it. Also, the dwarves wouldn't be rushing at you, they'd be rushing at the smaller dragons. It's safer and they have a better chance.
IC: "I don't think it's going to be in there." Lilith said as she started digging through the pile of metal.
IC: "I think it'd be safer if you stay here. We might be able to get to the other side without being noticed, but you'd stick out too much. Maybe you can distract them while we find it." The dragoness said as she looked along the walls of the city.
IC: "Hey, better to be safe than sorry. If they don't know we're in the area, we'll have a better chance of sneaking in, since they probably know about the poison. And I doubt any of them is going to speak." The dragoness said. She jumped down to a small path that ran along the wall.
IC: "There seems to be a path along this wall. Maybe we can follow it to the other side." The dragoness started running along the edge towards the corner, before turning right to run along that part of the path.
OOC: Well this is a little delayed Gath but what you mentioned earlier about how the dwarfs dont want to keep em as pets you seem to forget Anteroths history lol. But other than that good point, never really thought of that lol.
OOC: Nono, you got the history mixed up. It was an abandoned human cult hideout where his egg was found, and it was the dwarfs who found the egg and took him to Khazan (Anteroths lair) where he grew and eventually broke free.
Okay, howabout this? From the battle we had earlier part of the ceiling caved in, abd broke the statue. Since there wasn't enough rock to bury you, you were able to crawl out and free yourself. That way, you don't have to rely on us to find a way to have you freed, if we even get there. DX
OOC: NO mention of statue, thus she wasn't there. Besides, that isn't so simple. Otherwise, she'd have been freed in the past. You'll just have to get through the city (quickly please. Sneaking about doesn't help much when your life is on a clock...)
IC: Large colums lined the temple leading to a grand statue dwarving even the dragons of some Dwarven diety. The priests began to run wild at the sight of the dragons trying to get away. There were back rooms, but the doorways were to small to squeeze through.
IC: "Uh, nothing really. I... haven't had much experience with others... since my family died." The dragoness replied, casting a glance to the wall on her right. "But I'm sure fear isn't gonna work on him." She quickly added, looking back up at the dragon.
IC: "Oh, I guess this is as good as it'll get, as long as you don't scare him to death or hurt him. Then we'll never get any answers." The dragoness sighed. "Make it quick then." She said, moving out of the way.