| Thorsday, Joon 22nd:
While Sir Jerome the Just travels in North-West Lambagshire, he meets an elderly villager in a town. He tells Sir Jerome the story that a noxious monster feeds upon people near the plain of East Lambagshire, 14 days ride away.
Sir Jerome the Just binds himself to destroy this mischievous threat.
Of course. It's the only just thing to do. "Just" ride off so that we can "just" kill whatever this thing is. Kill! Kill! Oh... sorry.
| Friarday, Joon 23rd:
Going east, Sir Jerome comes upon a boar in a woods in North Lambagshire.
Sir Jerome easily dispatches the boar. Sir Jerome the Just has decapitated the boar!
Are you aching (yub yub yub)
For some bacon? (yub yub yub)
He's a BIG pig! You can be a big pig too!
| Satyrday, Joon 24th:
Rambling east, Sir Jerome the Just comes upon an average height hermit in a woods in North Lambagshire.
Anna the Standard-Barer argues with him. The hermit argues back.
Oh really? Do you have a flag? Well, you need to have a flag to rule the country, according to this rule I just thought up.
| Sonday, Joon 25th:
Sir Jerome the Just treks to the south eventlessly through a river in Central Lambagshire
This isn't fair. Louis has slept the whole way, Ellessar is baptizing everything in sight, Sir Jerome's armor is rusting, and Anna keeps holding us all to a higher standard. (ba-da-bing!)
| Moonsday, Joon 26th:
Journeying east, Sir Jerome the Just encounters an ill-fed peasant in a farm in Central Lambagshire.
Louis the Squire boasts to him. The peasant gasps.
"I once had a fish that was THIS FECKING BIG!" And then the peasant dies of hunger. Stupid Louis.
| Twosday, Joon 27th to Wedday, Joon 28th:
Sir Jerome the Just rides to the east quickly through the plains of Central Lambagshire.
Need to kill Anna. Self-righteous twit thinks just 'cause she has a flag...
| Thorsday, Joon 29th:
Venturing east, Sir Jerome the Just comes upon a vivacious peasant in a farm in East Lambagshire.
Anna the Standard-Barer shoves him. The peasant runs away.
Violant Anna strikes again. Ellessar is beginning to believe that she is beyond redemption.
| Friarday, Joon 30th to Sonday, Jelly 2nd:
Sir Jerome the Just moves to the south-east confidently through the plains of East Lambagshire.
Confidantly? CONFIDANTLY? I could move confindantly too, if I had a greatsword the size of a fecking horse... and he uses the darn thing like a machet%E9, for Ifni's sake.
| Moonsday, Jelly 3rd:
Moving south, Sir Jerome comes upon a bandit in a plain in East Lambagshire.
The bandit's speed is superior to Sir Jerome, in contrast Sir Jerome's sagacity overwhelms the bandit's cunning, furthermore Sir Jerome's toughness overcomes the bandit. Sir Jerome the Just has slain the bandit!
Hurry up and die, speedy bandit. Jereme's sagacity: "My sword is longer, so when you charge, all I have to do is hold it up and you'll impale yourself." I wonder if the laws of physics care if you're Just or not?
| Twosday, Jelly 4th:
Rambling east, Sir Jerome confronts a bandit in a plain in East Lambagshire.
Sir Jerome far outclasses the bandit. Sir Jerome the Just has decapitated the bandit!
Bandit-killer. Yay. Rock on. *waves a tiny flag*
Is it fair to kill every last bandit Sir Jerome finds? Probably not. Not so just now, are ye, sir?
| Wedday, Jelly 5th:
Rambling east, Sir Jerome comes upon a bandit in a plain in East Lambagshire.
The bandit's artifice is superior to Sir Jerome; but Sir Jerome's vigor outdoes the bandit, and Sir Jerome's speed overwhelms the bandit. Sir Jerome the Just has slain the bandit!
Ok, this is getting old. How many fecking bandits must we kill? Angst and rage.
| Thorsday, Jelly 6th:
Sir Jerome the Just reaches the plain of East Lambagshire and finds a harmful evil knight. Sir Jerome the Just runs from him!
In the melee, Anna the Standard-Barer is injured!
After 2 days, Anna the Standard-Barer dies of her injuries.
Yay! Anna dies of her injuries! Too bad we couldn't do that earlier... you know, a little dagger here never hurt anyone... MUCH.
And what's with Sir Jerome running away? It's evil, thus he must kill it! That's the way it's written. Stupid knights.
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