Beep beep boop
Urghhhh. Being the Arch-Mage is gonna suck. I already fixed the Necromancer problem, which means that the guild will be focusing on other things like "research" or "not violence".
I HATE THOSE THINGS.
And I'm probably gonna get all the paper-work. Great. Just great.
If only there was some way I could-
That's it! I've got it!
I can't lead the Mage's Guild if there isn't a Mage's Guild!
If everyone is dead, then I won't have to be the Arch-Mage because there will be no guild for me to rule!
Clearly, I have to kill each and every non-essential member of the Mage's Guild!
Starting with all you stupid and nameless conjurers and apprentices!
Yes! Fight! Fight until each and every one of you breathes no longer! Fight until you are the last man standing! Fight until there is no one left to fight! Fight until your former friends are but memories! Fight for honor! Fight for me not doing paper-work!
I never understand why, every time a fight breaks out in the Mage's Guild, the Punch Misers start fighting guards outside the Mage's Guild even though none of them were frenzied.
It is a mystery that will probably never be solved.
A FEW HOURS LATER
Well, that takes care of everyone outside. However, I'm sure there are still some people inside all those buildings that surround the university. I'd better find them and, as the Mage's Guild constantly put it, "root them out".
Like this lady, who is in the Chiro- The Cyranas- the Kira-
...The enchantment place.
However, frenzy doesn't seem to work on her.
I can't outright kill her, even with a sneak attack, because I'll automatically be kicked out of the guild and won't be able to eliminate the rest of those in the Arcane University.
Luckily, I have a different plan.
I will simply summon a Golden Saint and then frenzy her, causing her to kill the mage!
Short story shorter: That didn't work either. Dammit.
In the practice rooms I see a pair of mages shooting at some targets.
As I always say, the best way to practice combat is to experience it!
I cast a frenzy spell on both of them.
As you can see, the guy won.
I wonder if anyone is upstairs.
...Why would there be furniture in front of the targets? That's just stupid. They're just asking for things to get broken.
Anyway, time to frenzy.
The mages immediately rip their shirts off, conjure up some axes, and start trying to sever each others heads.
...You ever notice how rarely these mages actually use spells to fight?
The blonde one wins and goes downstairs.
Now, its the final round! The winner of the upstairs fight versus the winner of the ground floor fight!
WHO WILL WIN!?
THE GROUND FLOOR CHAMPION HAS EMERGED VICTORIOUS!
AS A PRIZE, HE WILL NOT BE KILLED!
...Unless I change my mind later.
Also, I change back into my Amber armor, since the strength buffs and the fact that light armor does not encumber me when I wear it will help me carry all the daggers I've been looting off these mages' corpses.
I've missed this armor. I really have.
TO THE... err... whatever the hell they call the spell-making place.
Oh, you. Mister "I'm gonna hit on this guy while he's practicing his Illusion magic".
Your death will be SWIFT.
...As soon as I figure out how to kill you without getting kicked out.
I find the other guy upstairs, asleep.
Since they aren't in the same room, I can't fenzy them and have them kill each other.
Frenzy spells don't seem to work on them anyway.
What to do, what to do...
Wait, I think I have an idea!
Mage's hoods are weightless, right? That means I can reverse-pickpocket them on to someone.
Annnnnnd I can enchant said Mage's hoods.
And the enchantment doesn't have to be pleasant.
Now, all I have to do is plant the hood on someone while they sleep, wake them up, and hope they put it on and slowly die from electric shock!
It's the perfect plan!
Let's try it on that lady from the Chiro-... enchantment place, first.
I put the hood in her inventory and wake her up.
She puts the hood on just before she goes back to bed.
She attempts to heal the shock damage away.
Soon, she is bodaciously frozen in the position, constantly healing and constantly taking damage. The noise all combines into some sort of weird buzzing sound while she pulses with electricity.
However, while she might not be moving, her health bar is definitely shrinking.
And the best part is that I can just loot the hood off her corpse and use it again!
It's the murder weapon that can be used again and again!
Now, let's try it on this guy...
He's getting up...
Annnnnd... he's not putting the death hood on.
Maybe I should wait until he wakes up normally.
Dammit, he's still not wearing it!
Oh well. At least I can easily pickpocket it back.
Maybe it will work on the other guy, since he's not already wearing a hood.
ASOIFJSDOAF He won't put it on either!
THIS IS FRUSTRATING!
Looks like I only have one choice. I must wait for that short time when they change shifts, which is the only time they are in the same room together. Then, I must swiftly strike and kill them both before I get kicked out.
And now, I wait.
Well, here goes nothing...
Well, looks like Gaspar the friendly mage...
...is about to become Gaspar the friendly ghost.
Oh, and the other guy is dead too.
I don't have a joke for him, though.
I barely have enough time to loot their corpses before I am removed from the premises.
Well, killing everyone in the university took longer than I thought.
I'll bribe my way back into the guild later. For now, it's time to deal with the Guild Halls.
Last edited by Zink on Sat Nov 06, 2010 3:17 pm, edited 2 times in total.