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Playing Some Nice Chess [QUEST]

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1 Playing Some Nice Chess [QUEST] on Fri Sep 04, 2015 12:13 pm

Mura was walking around the isolated city of Payon. It was pretty difficult to enter, but he got to know the way from his grandmother, when he told her that he’d taken a quest. So when he arrived, the city looked very different from where he lived. That must’ve have to be something with the fact that the city and its architecture where hidden in the forests, covered up from invaders that may search for this place. Personally, he thought that the city didn’t look so interesting that it could be the only goal for a bunch of invaders, but who knows what kind of secrets they keep here.
In the quest, he was supposed to play chess with an elder man. This sir seemed to be lonely, according to the quest, and that touched Mura a lot. He knew the kind of pain to be lonely. So when he arrived at the park, he spotted the old gentleman at the chess table, all by himself, he hurried over to him and greeted: “Hi, my name is Mura.” The old man looked at him and smiled a bit. “Good day, boy…” he greeted him in a slow tone. Mura sat down at the table and asked: “Well, shall we?” and nodded at the chess table. The gentleman was a bit surprised, almost overjoyed to see such a young man wanting to play chess with him. So he nodded and said: “You’re the white ones, I’m the black. I let you start.”
After a while of playing chess, it ended with the old man winning. Mura was a bit astonished, he didn’t have any chance. But the elder laughed a bit and said: “I haven’t even laughed, since my wife passed away…” as tears fell down to his chin. Mura spotted them and got very sad for him. “Here, lad.” The old man said and gave him the reward for giving him a good time playing chess.

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