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Game #103
#1
Thread for #103, Second Cycle of Steel players to comment on.
#2
Oh, yes, I am wise
But it's wisdom born of pain
Yes, I've paid the price
But look how much I gained
If I have to
I can face anything
I am strong (strong)
I am invincible (invincible)
I am Warlock!
#3
Bring down thunder to the land
Wrap the lightning in my hand
Muster angry eager madmen at my back
Have us revel in the din
As the foeman rushes in
Joyous slaughter! Laughing havoc! Glad attack!
Help me sever limb from life
Feed my swordarm, send me strife
As I pay in full my death-demanding debt
And when friend and foe lie slain
And I've worked my brother's bane
Though I don't deserve it, Gods! Let me forget!

The kingdom of the Giants is open for business.
Pleas for mercy can be sent to waltonsca@yahoo.com.
#4
(04-17-2013, 09:36 PM)Wulfgar Wrote: Bring down thunder to the land
Wrap the lightning in my hand
Muster angry eager madmen at my back
Have us revel in the din
As the foeman rushes in
Joyous slaughter! Laughing havoc! Glad attack!
Help me sever limb from life
Feed my swordarm, send me strife
As I pay in full my death-demanding debt
And when friend and foe lie slain
And I've worked my brother's bane
Though I don't deserve it, Gods! Let me forget!

The kingdom of the Giants is open for business.
Pleas for mercy can be sent to waltonsca@yahoo.com.

Woe to the non-poets. Point to Wulfgar. Awesome!
#5
The Elves can be reached at Loric68@gmail.com
#6
To the town of Agua Fria rode a stranger one fine day
Hardly spoke to folks around him, didn't have too much to say,
No one dared to ask his business, no one dared to make a slip
The stranger there among them had a big iron on his hip.
(Big iron on his hip)

It was early in the morning when he rode into the town
He came riding from the south side, slowly lookin' all around
"He's an outlaw loose and runnin'", came a whisper from each lip,
"and he's here to do some business with the big iron on his hip."
(Big iron on his hip)

In this town there lived an outlaw by the name of Torvale Red
Many men had tried to take him and that many men were dead
He was vicious and a killer, though a youth of twenty-four
And the notches on his sword hilt numbered one and nineteen more.
(One and nineteen more)

Now the stranger started talkin' made it plain to folks around.
Was a Synisvania Ranger, wouldn't be too long in town
He was here to take an outlaw back alive or maybe dead
And he said it didn't matter that he was after Torvale Red.
(After Torvale Red)

Wasn't long before this story was relayed to Torvale Red
But the outlaw didn't worry, men who tried before were dead
Twenty men had tried to take him, twenty men had made a slip,
Twenty-one would be the Ranger with the big iron on his hip.
(Big iron on his hip)

Now the morning passed so quickly and it was time for them to meet
It was twenty past eleven when they rode out in the street
Folks were watchin' from their windows,
Everybody held their breath,
They knew this handsome Ranger was about to meet his death.
(About to meet his death)

There was seven feet between them
When they stopped to make their play
And the swiftness of the Ranger is still talked about today
Torvale Red had not cleared leather when a sword edge fairly ripped.
And the Ranger's aim was deadly, with the big iron on his hip.
(Big iron on his hip)

It was over in a moment and the crowd all gathered 'round
There before them lay the body of the outlaw on the ground
Oh, he might have went on livin' but he made one fatal slip
When he tried to match the Ranger with the big iron on his hip.
(Big iron on his hip)

(Big iron, big iron)
Oh he tried to match the Ranger with the big iron on his hip.
(Big iron on his hip)


-posted with deepest apologies to the late, great Marty Robbins.


Jumbie, Ranger #103.

jumbie40 at hot mail.
#7
Thanks for crediting the deserved. And I credit you - well done indeed!
#8
That was my favorite song for a few months back when I was age 10.
#9
Oh. So maybe not so much, then. You were ten. That probably made me 14. So I should have recognized the "song". But I don't.
#10
Well, I can honestly say that I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar was never my favorite song...


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