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« Thread started on: Mar 15th, 2010, 8:02pm »

A simple wooden office full of barrels that has a small window and a door. In the center surronded by barrels is a desk with paper on it often used to write barrel orders.
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« Reply #1 on: Mar 15th, 2010, 8:07pm »

Old Lady Sue sure did love barrels. In fact her entire life was dedicated to barrels. That was her life. She had a simple one room office with a small window and door. This room however was covered in barrels. She often smiled at the barrels and would pet them as if they were her child. She even ate the wood the barrels were made out of. Which unfortunately made her vomit into one of her poor babies.

It was unfortunate Marius had come to force her away from her babies. However Marius had money and he had a gun. He diddnt kill her heaven forbid he couldnt hurt a lady even if he was this desperate. Instead he tossed her one the street at around midnight slammed her onto the ground and tossed $300 in her face and locked her out. She took the threat well disappeared from clauden and never saw her babies again. Marius had found the vigilantes new office space or atleast his new office space. Mostly it was Marius's secure hideout where he slept and laid for days waiting for his next move. When Marius took the office the old ladies barrels stayed instead they were placed to barricade the door. He also set up a comfy bed of the floor. Which only consisted of one pillow. Truly the fear of death had hurt this once brave man.
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« Reply #2 on: Mar 15th, 2010, 8:13pm »

Marius wrote nervously on the desk. What if they knew what he was writing. WHat if Albert could read the code. It diddnt matter he wouldnt attack him. Marius wouldnt need a code. These thoughts haunted Marius's mind as he wrote the letter for the bullentin board. Marius below the window paine as he folded the paper and kept it in the one. With the other hand Marius opened the window and held his hand out with the paper. Sweat dripped down Marius's face and he let out a sigh.

"Could someone place this on the town board" Marius said quicly and shrewdly he felt a tiny hand grab the paper from him. Some child had taken it. He glanced up and watched a child run away to the bullentin board carrying the letter in hand. He smiled and let out a sigh of relief. It was only a sigh of fear. There was no relief. He had met a mystereous man who gave him a new hand. He was being chased by the Baptist and god knows what else. No there was no reason for Marius to not be paranoid. Marius crawled to the rooms corner he hadn't eaten for two days. He couldnt eat the baptist eats he would know. He sat down in the corner leaning his head back. He rested his revolver in his hand pointing at the door. Before closing his eyes and drifting off into sleep.
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« Reply #3 on: Jun 7th, 2010, 11:07am »

Marius stared at the door for the majority of two weeks. His eyes stayed openly in a pathetic hold of hope. During the day Marius quickly would sneak out to get food and water. However once back to the store he gave full attention to that door expecting his old comrades to stroll in. The counquering hero had returned from the dead.

Marius recalled a previous vision he had much younger. He strolled through the open gates and saw rose petals fall. Men of all shapes and women of all sizes cheered as Marius strolled in to the ancient Italian city. Marius's body was beaten to a pulp. He was shirtless and covered in cuts blood dried on his pale white flesh. The people peered from their hillside villas and smiled at him. Marius ached but he knew he was happy. He often tried to connect it to this life he was in now. However much differently the battle readied warrior faced defeat and was now staring at a closed door. Perhaps for the comrades that would never march in to his aid.

Marius sighed and weakly smiled as he stood up. The rooms spun around his sleeping on the floor certainly took it's toll. The tavern had too many men watching. He would be safe if he just stayed undercover. Marius stumbled to the desk and quickly wrote on a sheet of paper.

'Out to get more fire wood at river'

Marius stepped outside tasting the warm western air. He placed the paper onto the wall and stumbled to the river hoping his comrades would find it and follow.
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« Reply #4 on: Jul 2nd, 2012, 01:26am »

Oh my god.
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