LaF Round 1 Part 4
As my stomach churned and I wished fervently that I was gone, The Thief perched himself on one of the rungs of the chandelier, kicking some cobwebs from the dusty bars.
"You may be wondering why you're here, but the brief note I gave you sums it up almost precisely. You are to win over your opponent in any way you want. If you leave the hotel boundaries, which is marked by a fence exactly in a three mile radius, you will be disqualified and your opponent will win. If you win, you move on to the next round, and we will keep going until only one remains. The winner will be the only one to get their precious item back, I'm afraid but what's life without a little risk?" He hissed the last words out maliciously.
There was a loud clamor of voices, all of them angry or confused. A small falcon-like creature soared furiously straight at The Thief, but he simply grabbed the creature by the toes and flung him with tremendous force to the ground. Everyone's voices stopped as the falcon
LaF Round 1: Part 3
Finn looked at me with a raised brow and wide gray eyes, "You didn't see the brackets yet? They're over there!" He pointed a scaly finger towards the desk up front where the brown dog gave me my room key. In front of the dog, who was reading a newspaper article, and hanging below the desk was a big poster with several brackets.
Racing over to get a good look, I accidentally switched into my anthropomorphic form without meaning to. Looking around quickly, a few characters stared at me, and a few gasped. With nervously-hunched shoulders, I kneeled down in front of the desk to see the brackets.
My eyes fluttered past the first few brackets and finally I saw the familiar printed words that made up my name:
3. Somebody and Gekal VS. Tojho and Shenjai
4. Rhel VS. Koona
5. Fox VS. Prime
6. Kayzu VS. Arundel and Sahmir
7. Motthew and Lepi VS. Subir and Eigani
Two opponents. Two against one How was that possible? Looking over the brackets again, my st