What if the Song of Ice and Fire was played earlier? What if dragon and wolf met during the end of King Jaehaerys's reign and they fell in love? What if the child of Rogue Prince and She-wolf plays the game against the black and the greens and changes the events of the dance?
They were five Cyrodiils, two Bretons, and a Nord, the group gathered around a campfire of glowing white stones, pulling steaming strips of meat from the cadaver of a great stag. At Scotti's approach, they rose up, all but the Nord who was distracted by his hunk of animal flesh.
"They're congenital thieves, even worse than the Khajiiti because they are so blessed meek in their aggression," the Nord spat out a gob of fat which sizzled on the hot stones of the fire. "They spread their forests into territory that doesn't belong to them, slowly infiltrating their neighbors, and they're puzzled when Elsweyr shoves back at them. They're all villains of the worst order."
"Not unless they're traveling through the trees now," whispered the wizard. The Nord and one of the Cyrodiils grabbed a long tarp of wet leather and pulled it across the fire, instantly extinguishing it without so much as a sizzle. Now Scotti could see the intruders, their elliptical yellow eyes and long cruel blades catching the torchlight. He froze with fear, praying that he too was not so visible to them.
Scotti grabbed hold of the knotted double-vine that hung down from a tall tree at the edge of the dead campfire. He scrambled up it as quickly as he could, holding his breath lest any grunt of exertion escape him. At the top of the vine, high above the village, was an abandoned nest from some great bird in a trident-shaped branch. As soon as Scotti had pulled himself into the soft, fragrant straw, Reglius pulled up the vine. No one else was there, and when Scotti looked down, he could see no one below. No one, that is except the Khajiiti, slowly moving toward the glow of the temple tree.
"Reglius. Reglius. Reglius," Scotti did not dare to call out. In a minute, there was a shaking of branches, and Lord Vanech's man emerged. First his satchel, then his head, then the rest of him. Scotti started to whisper something, but Reglius shook his head violently and pointed downward. One of the Khajiiti was at the base of the tree, peering at the remains of the campfire.
Inspired by Dire's last affront, Jonathan decides to use Luck & Pluck to inflict Ripple on Dio without being frozen. Straizo defeats four zombies attacking the group. Jonathan confronts Dio on the balcony while Speedwagon and the Ripple users fend off the zombie horde. The Vampire attacks first, leaping toward Jonathan, but the Ripple user sends several roses to distract his opponent. It allows Jonathan to sever Dio's right arm and vertically cut Dio in half. However, the Vampire immediately freezes the sword and consequently Jonathan's arms, taking the advantage back. Dio then plays with his prey and notices too late that Jonathan has plunged the tip of Luck & Pluck into the fire of one of the balcony's decorative pyres.
Jonathan breaks free from the ice but Dio shatters the sword. Reduced to fighting with his bare hands, Jonathan is at a disadvantage. Ecstatic, the Vampire leaps another time toward Jonathan to finish him off. Suddenly, Jonathan puts his two hands into a fire and punches Dio back. Covered in flames, Jonathan's fists are protected from Dio's freezing technique, and the Ripple warrior strikes Dio's chest with the Ripple. Dio futilely tries to kill Jonathan by shooting two aqueous humor streams from his eyes. The vampire is sent falling down the cliff under the balcony, and everyone present proclaims Jonathan's victory, who faints from exhaustion. With Dio apparently dead and his zombies exterminated, the group subsequently destroys the Stone Mask. But in truth, Dio has managed to separate his head from his neck before the Ripple reached his vital spots, and Wang Chan quickly spirited him away.
Erina declares that she wants to die by Jonathan's side, but he convinces her to escape with the orphaned infant. Determined to survive, Dio orders the zombies to stop Wang Chan, to no avail. The engine explodes, causing a fire inside the ship. Dio sprouts tentacles from his neck and tries to take over Jonathan's body then hide in his explosion-proof coffin, but the man uses a piece of shrapnel to stab Dio's neck. He holds onto Dio's head while Erina and the baby are pushed inside the coffin. Jonathan then wishes Erina happiness. As the ship burns, Dio begs Jonathan to let him live but realizes with shock that his archenemy has expired. The ship explodes and sinks at the bottom of the sea.
Ice and fire combine to make an unexpected journey. You will help these two entities move correctly through the paths. On these roads will appear a lot of obstacles. You need to stay calm and handle all situations to avoid being eliminated from the game. We can find checkpoints to save progress. That way you can respawn right there after failing. You have to adapt quickly to gradually complex steps. The training will be shown by the results when reaching new levels. Go through the interesting paths you find. 2b1af7f3a8