The group had been traveling all day now, and they decided to stop for a break.
The travelers sprawled out on the ground, enjoying the rest.
Beregond, Eredain, Suiouthoun, and Vertes studied the map, debating about which way to go.
While Kaylorn went exploring.
"Do you know where we are?" asked Vertes.
"Well, probably twenty to thirty miles from the cabin," said Beregond.
Eredain stepped up to the rock where the map was.
"If we keep going along here," he said, tapping a place on the map,"we could be out in about four days."
"Are you sure?" asked Suiouthoun.
"No" said Eredain.
"I've been to the Old Forest twice, and if we turn here, we could be out in half the time."
Before anything could be decided, Kaylorn came running back to the group.
"You have to see this," he said, "Hurry!"
The group followed him, ready for anything.
Except for what they saw.
A skeleton, hanging up in a tree. It looked like the tree had grabbed him.
"Well great," said Koen, "Now we have to worry about savage trees."
"That's not all," said the Wanderer, who had just returned from scouting, "There is a fallen tree blocking us."
"Well then," said Thròrur, "We shall just have to move it."
The group hitched their horse to the tree.
"Come on Akhana," said Honeydew, who was leading the animal.
Soon, the tree was moved, but the group decided to camp there for the night.
The Witch-king sat back on his throne. The news that Khamul had brought him was, disturbing, to say the least.
Sauron would need all the forces he could get, so these people must be stopped. There was only one man who could stop them.
He beckoned to an orc guard standing nearby.
The orc rushed up to him.
"My lord," the orc said.
"Go and fetch Garg," said the Witch-king.
"Garg?" said the orc fearfully, taking a few steps back.
"Yes Garg you fool!" snapped the Witch-king.
"Right away lord," said the orc, who then rushed off.
He returned a few minutes later followed by a man who carried a large warhammer.
"My lord," said the man, who was indeed Garg.
"I am sure you have heard of the group that is going east," said the Witch-king.
"Indeed" replied Garg.
"You must stop them," said the Witch-king.
"I will, my lord," Garg replied.
He then walked off to do his masters bidding.
He surveyed the men he would pick to go with him.
Okay, here are the choices:
Old Forest, I need two people to volunteer to scout, and three people to volunteer to go hunting.
Yapdap, You need to pick seven men to go with you.
I am exited already! The men that will go with me I will label by number from left to right and then picture.Man on the left, picture on the right. Just making sure that's completely clear. 2nd,1rst 1rst,2nd 3rd,2nd All of the men in the third pic. 2nd,4rth. That's all.