Based upon the Scottish Folk ballad toned down to a Pg 13 level.
The land of Greenleaf was home to the Ah'ban Elven tribe. They were once in a treaty with the neighboring land Thormos, a native to humans. The princess of Greenleaf and the prince of Thormos were destined for marriage, however a jealous human murdered the princess, thus a war began.
As a rebellion for the princess's death, male elves began to kidnap human females who were later forced into marriage. Disgusted and ready to put a stop to the constant bloodshed by his own kind, the great elder of Greenleaf made a proclaimation. "The female must complete four tasks, if she fails, she is to marry her captor." However, the tasks were indeed impossible, and no one ever managed to complete even the first.
A few beings (Male and Female) with special gifts decided to challenge these tasks. The bet was that if they were to complete all four tasks, the elves were to leave the land at once and never to return. If they lost, the kingdom would belong to the Ah'ban tribe.The Tasks:
Find the sacred dragon's stone within Belvion's cave. The cave is guarded by a difficult labyrinth, and once you exit the maze the dragon blocks the entrance.- Retrieve the four scrolls of the Ah'ban within Angel's bay and slay the cursed hydra. Various traps and obstacles stand in the way.-
Collect the spirit of the forest. You must defeat various forest creatures such as trolls, ents (living trees), and rock soldiers.-
Bring all of the items to the highest point of Fire's cliff. There you must summon the phoenix and give the items to the bird. If you have not cheated along your quest, the bird will safely fly you to the ground.
- No godmodding. No one can kill any creature with a single hit nor can they always dodge attacks.
- A maximum of two characters.
- Everyone is a team, no killing off other teammates.
- This is anti-romance. Therefore, the goal is to avoid
marriage or coupling.
- Please use proper grammar.
- Type in "Thyme" if you read the rules.Form:
Name: [First and Last]
Weapon(s): [Maximum of three]
Strength is not only surviving, but admitting your mistakes, realizing your weaknesses, acknowldging your accomplishments and taking action.