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neo222
Pleb
posted 08-30-05 07:16 ET (US)         

Located in the centre of the castle of Ehb, you see pleasant looking three story building. As you walk up to it, you see a sign above the door way saying 'The Inndom of Ehb'. You step inside and look around. There are many elves, dwarves and men sitting around the bar, drinking, eating and talking. In the corner, a large warm fire blazes. Upstairs there are many rooms with comftable bed where a weary traveller can rest. Here you can chat about whatever you please or have a meal or just spend time with friends.

Menu

Bacon~ 5gp. . . . . . . . . .Lembas Bread~ 10gp
Bread~ 3gp. . . . . . . . . .Salted Pork~ 6gp
Doughnuts~ 4gp . . . . . .Soup~ 3gp
Krug Arms~ 6gp


Drinks

Ale~ 5gp. . . . . Vodka~ 6gp
Grog~ 4gp . . . .Water~ 3gp
Mead~ 6gp . . . Wine~ 7gp
Tea~ 7gp . . . . Whisky~ 5gp

Rooms

Krug Hovel~ 5gp a night
Basic Room~ 7gp a night
Elven Suite~ 10gp a night
Knight's Delux~ 14gp a night
Wizard's Chamber~ 20gp a night

Staff

Innkeeper - Eothain
Chef - Lord Michael I
Barman - Macho Oily Man
Security Bloke -
Entertainment -
Waiter-
Waiter's Slave (aka second waiter):
Wierd Freak - Awkward Syntax
Stable boy - MNICY

This is sort of based on the beefeater in at CH: http://cossacks.heavengames.com/cgi-bin/forums/display.cgi?action=st&fn=11&tn=1814&f=11,,0,all&st=0 This isn't some kind of fad thingy, just an attempt to breathe life into DSH! And you can chat about anything, in real life or not so.


I could move to a small town, and become a waitress...

[This message has been edited by Eothain (edited 06-29-2006 @ 05:52 PM).]

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neo222
Pleb
posted 10-08-07 07:34 ET (US)     1401 / 1738       
I know you said it. It's not sarcasm. And no, I don't live with parents. Student house.

Her parents found out about us and she's now forbidden from leaving the house on her own and from going on the internet... god knows if we'll ever see each other again... The last month and a week had been the best time of my life, it was great. She was incredibly thankfull though for what I did and she does love me a lot, which is something I guess (and we're still going out which is good). Oh and the police apparently keep on bugging her to tell them my last name and contact details... but she says she won't 'cause she loves me too much...

Only brightside is that I'm changing to O2 soon which means I'll be able to phone her for hours and it'll be free! yayness.

I could move to a small town, and become a waitress...
QuickDraw
Pleb
posted 10-08-07 16:46 ET (US)     1402 / 1738       
*spider sense tingles*

From cradle to coffin... Shall my wickedness... Be your passion
Lord Michael I
Cherub
posted 10-08-07 17:46 ET (US)     1403 / 1738       
Wait... Why do you have to phone her if you're living with her?

And I don't think they'll arrest you. I don't know anything abouot brit laws but here the police can't arrest you for that... I mean, it's not kidnapping if you didn't force her.

My Johari window.
Do you have what it takes to hold off Saladins' forces? Find out here...
"I think most people are trying to forget Aqua... Most people I know still haven't recovered from Barbie Girl" - QuickDraw
Cobra the Mediocre
Pleb
(id: The_Cobra_81)
posted 10-09-07 00:48 ET (US)     1404 / 1738       
My understanding is that she is back living with her parents again.

Why do the police want your name, exactly? Unless your ages are vastly different, I don't see why they're involved. Still, it might be best to let them know. If she's running away a lot, maybe somebody other than the parents (and you) should be involved.

Cobra the Mediocre
SteadilY working up to Average
If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate.
(Age of Kings Heaven) (The Renegades)
neo222
Pleb
posted 10-09-07 12:33 ET (US)     1405 / 1738       
This is only the second time she's run away... Yeh, she's gone back home. The age difference is only 5 years, not that bad...

Her parents don't want me to see her though, 'cause of the age difference... Argh my life is ruined. Why must I continue living? Everything reminds me of her *cries*

I could move to a small town, and become a waitress...
Lord Normanby
Venerable Old Codger
(id: Caesar Clifford)
posted 10-10-07 05:16 ET (US)     1406 / 1738       
The age difference is only 5 years
****, 16 to 11, bad news !!!!!!!!!!!!!


Edit: Sorry dude just looked at your profile

***, 17 to 12, hey just as bad !!!!!!!!!!!!

[This message has been edited by Caesar Clifford (edited 10-10-2007 @ 05:18 AM).]

Lord Michael I
Cherub
posted 10-10-07 19:10 ET (US)     1407 / 1738       
Ceasar Clifford, can you be a bit nicer? Please?
Argh my life is ruined. Why must I continue living? Everything reminds me of her *cries*
Um, it's just a depression... You'll get through it some day.

That's why I like to be a cold, careless bastard, I neve get depressed

My Johari window.
Do you have what it takes to hold off Saladins' forces? Find out here...
"I think most people are trying to forget Aqua... Most people I know still haven't recovered from Barbie Girl" - QuickDraw
Lord Normanby
Venerable Old Codger
(id: Caesar Clifford)
posted 10-10-07 21:30 ET (US)     1408 / 1738       
Sorry but since I happen to have 11 and 12 year old daughters I tend to be on the other side.
QuickDraw
Pleb
posted 10-11-07 01:53 ET (US)     1409 / 1738       
I agree with Caesar on this one... I have nothing against relationships where there's an age gap (I've dated guys when there's been an age gap, once a 20 year age gap) but dating someone below the age of consent and certainly below an age of mental maturity is definitely a no-no in my book. Far too much risk in my opinion, regardless of how innocent it may be.

From cradle to coffin... Shall my wickedness... Be your passion
street
Pleb
posted 10-11-07 03:34 ET (US)     1410 / 1738       
Hear, hear

Are you a victim? Of anything? Become a survivor by working for change. If anyone else suffers less than I did, then my pain has served a purpose and I hurt less.

Try it http://c3modsquad.freeforums.org/!
TEP
Pleb
posted 10-11-07 05:08 ET (US)     1411 / 1738       
I have a daughter too, Neothain.
12 years old, running off to live in student housing with a 17 year old...? NO WAY!
I would probably have done the same as her parents - possibly something more, but I will not get into that.

If you guys are in any way serious, you better get your **** together, because you have A LOT to prove.
neo222
Pleb
posted 10-11-07 16:44 ET (US)     1412 / 1738       
She's not 12... She's nearly 15. I'm 19... (my profile's somewhat out of date).

Only reason she came to my house (not that she went in it) was because she was determined to run away and had nowhere else to go and though I'd tried to convince her to not run away, and I'd forced her to not run away twice, but in the end she was determined to and she had nowhere else to go and was going to run into the streets and it would not have been safe for her there at all.

I could move to a small town, and become a waitress...
QuickDraw
Pleb
posted 10-11-07 19:52 ET (US)     1413 / 1738       
Nearly 15 is still below the age of consent and below the age at which she can officially leave home. Until then, she remains her parents' responsibility.


In other news, do any of you recall that I said I was expecting a visitor from New York this month? He was supposed to be arrriving today, but this morning I got a message from him saying he'd run out of money and was being forced to return to the US earlier than planned. What a letdown

From cradle to coffin... Shall my wickedness... Be your passion
Lord Michael I
Cherub
posted 10-11-07 22:33 ET (US)     1414 / 1738       
do any of you recall that I said I was expecting a visitor from New York this month?
Yeah remember that...

And in other news, I don't have school tomorrow!
*Wanders off*

My Johari window.
Do you have what it takes to hold off Saladins' forces? Find out here...
"I think most people are trying to forget Aqua... Most people I know still haven't recovered from Barbie Girl" - QuickDraw
Lord Normanby
Venerable Old Codger
(id: Caesar Clifford)
posted 10-12-07 05:47 ET (US)     1415 / 1738       
14 is still against the law. No wonder the police are looking for you.
neo222
Pleb
posted 10-12-07 07:33 ET (US)     1416 / 1738       
omg who gives a damn about the law. There are some things in life worth more than the law, I'd say love (within reason) is one of them. Love is the only thing that matters, not whether it's viewed as right or not. If we love each other what does it matter what anyone else thinks? Not like I've done anything with her anyway.

I could move to a small town, and become a waitress...
street
Pleb
posted 10-12-07 08:34 ET (US)     1417 / 1738       
Laws are in exisence for a reason...

Are you a victim? Of anything? Become a survivor by working for change. If anyone else suffers less than I did, then my pain has served a purpose and I hurt less.

Try it http://c3modsquad.freeforums.org/!
QuickDraw
Pleb
posted 10-12-07 09:36 ET (US)     1418 / 1738       
This doesn't bode well, neo. Not well at all.

*says nothing more on the issue*

From cradle to coffin... Shall my wickedness... Be your passion
Lord Normanby
Venerable Old Codger
(id: Caesar Clifford)
posted 10-12-07 15:34 ET (US)     1419 / 1738       
omg who gives a damn about the law. There are some things in life worth more than the law,
Real life is not a computer game. Real consquenses happen to people who do things aginst the law in real life. You don't get another life and a restart if you stuff this one up. And weather or not you want to believe it things that you do when you are young WILL stay on your record for the rest of your life in real life.

You do have an attitude problem even if you think its us that has the problem.

And I think thats the last I should say on the matter as well.
street
Pleb
posted 10-12-07 15:54 ET (US)     1420 / 1738       
I'm taking the other's lead.

Are you a victim? Of anything? Become a survivor by working for change. If anyone else suffers less than I did, then my pain has served a purpose and I hurt less.

Try it http://c3modsquad.freeforums.org/!
neo222
Pleb
posted 10-13-07 19:28 ET (US)     1421 / 1738       
Yes I know life isn't a computer game. I know there's consequences but I'm just saying what's against the law doesn't neccesarilly make it totally wrong. And yes, I know laws are there for a reason and i'm not condoning 30 year olds and 13 year olds. In just over a years time, age won't matter anyway...

I never said you had a problem. Nor do I have an attitude problem, I'm just sick of people being so bloody judgemental all the bloody time.

I could move to a small town, and become a waitress...
street
Pleb
posted 10-13-07 19:50 ET (US)     1422 / 1738       
I'm going to say something anyway, I, for one, never meant to be judgemental. Do you understand that others are just trying to give you bennefit from experience? Ok, in a year it won't matter, so wait a year. I know that it seems like forever, but do you know how much growing up you can both do in a year? Do you know why it seems like forever? It's your age, you've only had 19 of them, it doesn't seem like as much to me, I've had 51 of them. To make the time pass, make a date with her now for her 18th birthday. "Short-timers" in the military start "counting down" when they have 100 days, my ex had the number written on his windshield in masking tape, he got to change the tape every day. In the meantime, find some other interests to occupy yourself. Even sombody else.

Are you a victim? Of anything? Become a survivor by working for change. If anyone else suffers less than I did, then my pain has served a purpose and I hurt less.

Try it http://c3modsquad.freeforums.org/!
Heavypunk
Pleb
posted 10-13-07 20:05 ET (US)     1423 / 1738       
Herrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrre's Punky

Just done some catching up one the forum, after it took ages to find you guys when sup-com went down.

And Neo, I think everyone has said enough so you didn't need another person to tell you what to do, I can understand what it feels like but - **** it, I wont even finish that sentence.

So, I'm an Oxford Brookes boy now and loving every second of it. My Computing Degree course is teaching me about binary and programming and other things that make you want to kill yourself. Especially when your lecturer give you this as a joke: "There are 10 kinds of people in the world, those that understand binary and those that don't." <-- LAME!

I've just come back home for the weekend but I'll make sure to keep in contact when I go back up aswell.

How's everyone else doing?

Also a flat mate has an amazing computer, so I've played both SupCom and World in Conflict. SupCom is just long, no two ways about it, you take about an hour making an army and ploughing through the enemy when you'll get this: "UPDATE, EXPANDING MAP" and all of a sudden the map is 3x bigger and enemies respectively.
World in Conflict is just amazing, and then some. Buy it if you've got the PC good enough for it. I can imagine QD is out of this. And ever since you've talked about GW i've been tempted to back to it.

Oh, my email is: harry.angus@yahoo.co.uk if you guys ever wanna contact me, i'm never really online enough to use any IM service, and if I am I'll come off rude and I don't want that to happen. And i guess thanks for looking out for me, means a lot.

Hello to a couple of members that I don't "recall" from SupCom forum or DS so hello to both street and Caeser, it's my humble pleasure to have you on this happin' community.

Hmm, can't think of anything else. Hmm...Oh, one thing. I'm going to buy a PC monitor tommorow that is 24" and is 1080dp or something in terms of res, (the highest possible) and it has a HDMI cable so I can plug my purty little PS3 into the back of it which just about beats my 15" LCD monitor i'm using at the moment, which has a res of 430 or something worse.

And to sign off:
"Where we're going, we don't need roads." (Have I used that before).
Lord Michael I
Cherub
posted 10-14-07 00:31 ET (US)     1424 / 1738       
HP!! Good grief you're here!
I suppose it was a long journey to find us? Let me make you some food...
*Serves Soup of the day*

My Johari window.
Do you have what it takes to hold off Saladins' forces? Find out here...
"I think most people are trying to forget Aqua... Most people I know still haven't recovered from Barbie Girl" - QuickDraw
QuickDraw
Pleb
posted 10-14-07 01:11 ET (US)     1425 / 1738       
Heavy! Great to see you again!

Don't even think of touching LMI's soup - I displaced him as King of the Kitchen, so you'll be subjected to my recipies now. Thankfully, none of mine include toxic waste or spent nuclear fuel rods as a main ingredient

*rustles up some hickory spit-roast boar piglet*

From cradle to coffin... Shall my wickedness... Be your passion
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