(forum was locked so can someone move this/delete it if i've made some huge mistake and can't enter the city etc?)
A small group of earth elves, led by a diamond elf entered the city of Varya, the city had the namesake of the god Warryn was trying to find and so he thought it was a good place to start.
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Warryn and his group canvassed the town, gaining a few strange looks from peasants but other than that no real trouble. The peasants seemed jumpy and the word 'Varya' was often whispered. In the main square of the city the masses had congregated and standing on a wooden platform, high above the heads of the people of Varya stood the man Warryn was looking for. He had to be over 7 ft tall, a giant of a man. He looked burly and strong, and his face showed almost fondness of his people. As the earth elves headed for the centre of the crowd a few people moved out of the way, not wanting to start trouble and a little curious as to the earth elves arrival. The shiny skin of Warryn also made them stare but he didn't look so different to a life elf... perhaps he had been a bad experiment?
The group made their way to the wooden platform, though they were not as presumptuous as to step on it. Instead warryn stood at the bottom and calling out in his monotonous voice.
My name is Warryn Mason he left out the last part, Boing had treated him strangely when he had said it before, I am the Paladin of the God of Earth. I wish to form an alliance. The God of Earth is now protected in a mountain fortress, you are protected in your fortress here. Yet I am sure there are many who would attack us, together we can be stronger, tougher and unyielding. I cannot stay here long... i must get back to my Lord, but great God of Protection if you are interested in my offer then please let me know.
Warryn watched the man, he felt admiration fill his mind. Really Varya and Gerethenax weren't so different, Varya had protected his people in similar ways to Gerethenax. They both utilised shields... of a sort... and they both were stubborn and unrelenting. Warryn felt humbled, and a little nervous. This God's opinion of him would mean a lot, which was confusing in itself.