Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Entertaining an eagle and taking Troy!

After gathering the food ingredients for the feast that Eagilles requested before he goes to combat, it was my job to go and gather the grape juice to drink, and to find a source of entertainment for during the meal. Sadly, the greatest writer of odes in Aquila, Pandion, has been captured by the vultures and is being held for ransom. Once I rescued Pandion, he informed me that I needed someone to sing the ode. Unfortunately, my crew isn't exactly American Idol-class singers, so I need to try to convince Orpheus to sing during the feast. Orpheus is unavailable, about to go on the ship the Argo. Even though he can't perform, he tells me there is something called the Lyre of Apollo, which will give anyone the ability to sing. Not surprisingly, getting the lyre requires me to go into a cave, beat up some ettins, and steal it from Khagan, who guards it. Now it's time for feasting!

Once Eagilles has eaten, drank, and listened to the beautiful singing of Bonnie Anne, Ratbeard, and El Toro, he is impressed, and agrees to go into battle and help siege the city of Troy. Now all we need to do is find a way through the thick, high walls of Troy. To get in, the Aquilan engineers decide to build a giant wooden mouse with a compartment full of soldiers, much to the displeasure of El Toro, who would much rather have the engineers build a giant statue of his love, Caballine. Now it's time to sneak into Troy and finally win the war.

The existence of the sea means the existence of pirates
Perilous Oliver Paisley

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