When last we left our Lone Wolf, he was deciding whether to explore a nearby tower, or continue searching for a path through the surrounding forest. He's apparently a gregarious, curious little bugger, so we voted to head off to the tower:

Ah, the Knights of the White Mountain! I feel certain that's a metaphor for the powder they use in their secret rituals, involving mirrors, razor blades, and loud disco music. In fact, I bet that's why he's holding that broadsword "in front of his face". Either that or his fellow Knight is Moe and he's ever on guard for the dreaded two-finger eye poke.

If you recall, there were two Knights of the White Mountain in our carriage ride. We elected not to gut them after discovering we were poisoned, which apparently turned out to be a good decision. But here's our chance to rectify that if you think we were mistaken!

What'll it be, and why?

6 Responses to Knightfall!

  1. Worf says:

    I say tell the truth and let’s get on with it. If we lie and he has the white knight equivalent of sense motive, or sense truth/lie, we’re in trouble. Attacking a prepared knight? Not our forte. We’re more in the business of winning over drunken sailors and child petty thieves. πŸ˜‰

  2. John says:

    I vote we tell ‘im everything. Just to keep this &^%$ story moving!

  3. Kaylin88100 says:

    John, I agree completely with your sentiment. However, I think all the options have a fairly good chance of “keeping the story moving”.

  4. Kaylin88100 says:

    I’m not gonna vote because I don’t really have a very strong opinion and looking at the results so far “tell the truth” is seriously winning.

  5. Myro says:

    Might as well spill it. I have a feeling this option is the one least likely to get us attacked.

  6. borntobealoser says:

    I voted for telling the truth. The White Knights are honourable do-gooders who jump at the opportunity to help Kai Lords in distress. Telling the truth will just make him aware that this is one of those opportunities.