QUOTE(sins_to_dark @ Apr 8 2006, 03:47 PM)
I cant remember thw title but i remember the story lol
About this expert theif and she hires this dumb barbarian to help her ransack a tomb and the barbarian keeps saying weird things like doors turn to walls wait one month then return and at the end she goes into the room with the treasure the door turns into a stone wall and shes trapped a month later the barbarian arrives knocks down the wall and takes the treasure like he was saying , doors to walls wait a month and return
That would be "Chance's Folly" a rather interesting story that one.
I had lots of favorites so I'll just list a few of them.
My personal favorites were: Trap(the story of a thief tricked by his own greed, captured, and forced to become cattle), the Wolf Queen books(though they were extremely hard for me to find), Chance's Folly(just read it, it's quite good) and my personal favorite A Dance in Fire(Just read this one, it's long but awesome).
I actually had...and if I still played Morrowind would still have an odd obsession with the Dance in Fire collection, the first thing I always did was scraped up the money and bought the entire collection from Jabasha in vivec...love those books.
Many of Morrowind's books that costed players alot were worth reading, Bethesda did a great job with most of the writing and reading the books was very enjoyable for me. This post has been edited by Kiln: Apr 14 2006, 02:02 AM
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