It was almost love at first sight. The moment Booker comes crashing through the roof of Elizabeth’s tower and lands sprawled at Elizabeth’s feet… Elizabeth’s reaction was priceless. Holding a copy of Homer’s Odyssey, she screams loud enough to wake the dead, then begins hurling books at you… at that moment I was almost in love with her. But then, as the two escape the tower… the way she only has strength to open the library door enough for her to slip through, the way she runs, staggers, and falls as the tower is ripped to shreds, the way she cowers in a corner as Songbird sticks his head inside, the way she flails wildly reaching for your hand as the two of you fall from the sky… I was almost in love.
But it wasn’t until the beach at Battleship Bay that I truly fell in love. After asking the beachgoers if they’d seen a young girl, being given varying useless responses, and then moving through a building to come through the other side, I saw her. At first, a
The struggle seems endless. You would never have figured a half-elf to have so much physical strength and dexterity. With each thrust and parry, she saps you of your energy. You struggle to maintain a grip on your sword while trying to cast another lightning bolt spell. But the spell fails. It would seem you’ve used nearly all of your magicka. And while you’d love to dive into your pack and drink a potion to restore yourself, her relentless frontal assault prevents you from doing so.
Eventually, your stamina wanes to nothing. You can feel your arms turn to jelly. With a high pitched shout and an incredibly powerful spinning slash, she strikes your sword from your hand. Your knees buckle and you fall. Before you can attempt to get back up, she has already deftly kicked your sword away from your reach and is upon you. She holds her sword to your neck, and you feel the razor edge gently bite into your flesh. You
Sorry about the recent downtime over the weekend, folks. I gotta just take a moment to give a shoutout to you site members for being so amazingly proactive and genuinely concerned. I was alerted to the site going down by a member because I hadn’t been on the site that day and had no idea, but I was informed in less than an hour after it happened. I received personal emails and emails to my deviantART account over the next 36 hours while the website was down, expressing concern