(514-05-21) Young and Younger
Summary: Erion rides against a young knight in the joust.
Date: May 21, 514
Related: Wedding tournament, joust round 2.
erion 

NPC by:

merlin 


Just in time to here his name called Erion and his squire make thier way onto the field. The handsome golden haired Woodford knight mounts his white charger and is handed his helmet and once its on properly he takes up his lance. His armor a neatly maintained and polished set of maile gleams slightly in the light. Riding up to the lists he stares down his young opponet offering a salute and a grin from behind his helmet. He wastes no time in charging that snow white charger forth once the announcer says to start.

Success
Erion checked his lance of 15, he rolled 5.
Success
You make a check for Young Knight Lance vs Erion at 13, you rolled 8.
Merlin rolls 6d6 and gets (5 1 3 5 2 3) for a total of: (19)
Success
Erion checked his horsemanship of 13, he rolled 11.

At the other end of the list is a younger knight, still wet behind the ears and when the go ahead is given, he rides. Making contact with the other knight, he doesn't manage to make him lose his seating, but he also remains on his mount as he turns around and rides back for the second pass.

Failed.
You make a check for Young Knight Lance vs Erion at 13, you rolled 17.

The Young Knight charges Erion with determination. The two meet with a thud of the Young Knight's lance against the Woodford Knight's shield and the lance the Young Knight carries shatters from the impact in a loud splintering of wood. Erion seems to have no true issue keep his balance in the saddle though and as he brings his horse around and the Young Knight takes up his second lance they turn about for a second pass.

Critical Fail!
Erion checked his lance of 15, he rolled 20.

His aim was off.. but then again, so was his opponents as the young knight doesn't manage to make contact at all. The other end looms in sight and he turns, watching his opponent, only riding forward once his opponent is ready.

The second pass sees both knights missing each other. Erion's lance shatters as he tries to strike a hit but before he can land the strike. He rides by and picks up his second lance getting ready for pass number three. He nods to the Young knight to show he is ready and then charges in once again.

Success
Erion checked his lance of 15, he rolled 13.
Success
You make a check for Young Knight Lance vs Erion at 13, you rolled 3.
Erion rolls 6d6 and gets (4 3 2 5 4 5) for a total of: (23)
Failed.
You make a check for Young Knight Horsemanship vs Erion at 10, you rolled 19.

The third pass has Erion's lance striking hard against the Young Knights shield. The lance shatters and the force of the blow forces the young challenger out of his seat. Erion slows his horse as he turns the white beast around. He lifts his hand in victory and the pulls off his helmet, a charming grin is in place as his face is revealed. He offers his former opponent a sunny smile and a polite nod as he trots off the field to make way for the next competition.

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