(514-05-21) Littleworth Proves It
Summary: Seraphina meets a notable knight from Littleworth.
Date: May 21, 514
Related: tournament joust round 2
seraphina 

NPC by:

merlin 


Sir Meurig de Littleworth is a fairly notable knight and for the joust, getting to the second round was a big thing to him. His stature is rather large, but not overly so, and he watches his squire select the lance for him. Accepting it, he awaits the signal and as soon as it comes, he will be off..

Failed.
You make a check for Notable Knight de Littleworth at 16, you rolled 18.
Success
Seraphina checked her lance of 14, she rolled 12.
Seraphina rolls 6d6 and gets (5 4 2 4 4 1) for a total of: (20)
Success
You make a check for Notable Knight de Littleworth Horsemanship at 16, you rolled 14.

There is always a need for show in the lists of the Joust, of course the Knight in ebony and red does this simply by saying nothing. As of yet the form of the Knight has been silent as she readies herself for this joust. Her squire checks the lances twice and offers up one of her favorites before she turns her attention to Sir Murrig. At the signal she lowers herself into position and the horse is off. With a last moment shift and dip of the lance, she makes a resounding hit before turning her horse for the next rush.

Sir de Littleworth gets a smashing of a lance against his armor but his will is more than her strength at least this go'round. When he turns, he lowers his lance, eyes piercing the slots on the hood as he watches his opponent. He rides hard..

Success
You make a check for Notable Knight de Littleworth Lance at 16, you rolled 2.
Success
Seraphina checked her lance of 14, she rolled 8.
Seraphina rolls 6d6 and gets (5 4 1 5 2 5) for a total of: (22)
Success
You make a check for Notable Knight de Littleworth Horsemanship at 16, you rolled 11.

Strength comes in both the arm and the ride of your mount, and while the pair of Seraphina and Hue(The charger) work well together on the next pass, she still takes a glancing blow and her own while hard does seem to be hard enough as she wheels her mount again. Unlike some Knights, there is still silence, a watchful eye is given during each pass as if looking for that one spot the other misses.

de Littleworth once more takes a stronger hit and turns at the end, looking back down the list. Gritting his teeth together, he sets his jaw, growling beneath his hood. This time, this pass, he was going to unhorse his opponent. Or damned well fall off himself, but he rides hard, aiming the lance.

Failed.
You make a check for Notable Knight de Littleworth Lance at 16, you rolled 17.
Success
Seraphina checked her lance of 14, she rolled 8.
Seraphina rolls 6d6 and gets (5 6 4 4 5 6) for a total of: (30)

Sometimes the loss of overwhelming passion can be a good thing, and waiting for the perfect moment to notice that one small spot that a lance should hit, is all that is needed. Seraphina breaths deeply and turns for the next pass, her lance angling just slightly to where she seems to beleive that Sir de Littleworth hands his weight. And this time the blow is hard enough to slide pat is guard and slightly lift as she finishes her pass.

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