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984889 No. 984889 ID: c24649

A short quest about a duel between two people to settle their disagreement.
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No. 984890 ID: c24649
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No. 984911 ID: 5a1794

Protagonist: Byron Heyward. Esquire.
Villain: Count Balthazar Murcatto
No. 984924 ID: db9e3c

I like the antagonist's name, except lets change his last name to "Murdusa"
Balthazar Murdusa
No. 985184 ID: c24649
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No. 985186 ID: 12197a

Just apply headpats on teddybear
No. 985187 ID: 094652

"If he doesn't die, he's going to order his fanatic cult to 'hide the evidence'. [Bear], I'm doing this because I don't know how else I'm going to save the throats of two dozen Murdusa worshippers from their own knives."
No. 985232 ID: e51896

what is your plan? Since you mentioned "being able to withstand the pain" does that imply that part of your plan is purposely getting shot by the count?
No. 985258 ID: 5f4030

I’ve seen it done. According to the rules of dueling you have to wait for the other person to wait to take their shot. It’s kinda messed up. Definitely not a good plan, but I guess it depends on why you two are about to duel to a begin with.
No. 985295 ID: c808f8

What are the duel rules? Are you to shoot at the same time, or will "who shoots first" be determined by a coin flip?
No. 985310 ID: c24649
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No. 985339 ID: f3eb46

Does Flintson own a gun? It’s his job as a second to shoot Murdusa if he cheats. Also who will be Murdusa’s second?
No. 985581 ID: c24649
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No. 985586 ID: 612369

As a proper gentleman, we mustn't be late. No no, that would not be proper. When is our duel scheduled for? As long as there is no schedule conflicts with our appointed duel, a private meeting shouldn't necessarily be an issue. However, as proper gentlemen of status we have many a demand on our time. We cannot spare him much time, any more and it would practically be fraternization with the enemy.

And I'm sorry that Flintson doesn't want to shoot anyone. But such is the position of second. Ideally, he will not have to shoot anyone. But if Murdusa intends foul play, such is his duty. And fulfilling one's duty is the greatest honor and calling of a gentleman.
No. 986691 ID: bcb0c0
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No. 986704 ID: 583e24

There are many offenses of which can be forgiven. I’m not so thin-skinned I cannot swallow my pride. But, there is one offense that is unforgivable. To be called a liar, and a cheat, is simply more than I am willing to look past. To besmirch a gentleman’s honor and integrity, is such a grievous slight against my personage that it demands retribution.

Now I ask you, what will you do if your partner, Count Murdusa, does not follow the rules of the duel as honor dictates? For if doesn’t, this it’s his honor on the line as well as yours.
No. 987520 ID: bcb0c0
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No. 987532 ID: 5f4030

There is one last rule to dueling with pistols that you didn’t mention. Each duelist only has one shot. After they have fired, the duel is over. Also each duelist must wait for the other to take their shot.
No. 988861 ID: bcb0c0
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No. 988886 ID: 2f1e7c

As a matter of fact I did. It is one thing to insult the honor of my name and family, but another entirely to be a spy and a double agent for the enemy. The bastard was selling secrets out to the enemy and should be tried for treason, but since the law can be bought with money and will not handle this, I shall take our country’s honor into my own hands.
No. 988887 ID: 2f1e7c

And since you choose to act as his second I cannot help but question whether you are a conspirator as well or merely duped.
No. 988936 ID: bcb0c0
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No. 988941 ID: 2f1e7c

Undead though they may have been, how did he come upon such corpses? In times of war soldiers cannot put their preferences to the for front. Murdusa may have given us the men, but he is a traitor and plays both sides to his advantage. And my brother is still my brother you thrice-damned curr. His station is not what defines him as a man. I would advise to hold your tongue.

I am done here.
No. 990170 ID: bcb0c0
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No. 990317 ID: 5f4030

Not particularly, Count Murdusa. Fear of death is something a soldier cannot afford to have. Now I pose the same question to you, sir. Do you fear the reaper? Does your blood run cold when the devil comes calling?
No. 992143 ID: f626ab
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No. 992537 ID: 5b7263

Man, fuck this guy.
Pull your glove off and slap in the face with it.

“I will hear no more of your churlish drivel, you base and wretched poltroon.”
No. 994504 ID: f626ab
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