By Shelly Mazzanoble
With tongue-in-cheek humor, the writer of the award-winning Confessions of a Part-Time Sorceress takes at the self-help part, proving that some great benefits of the Dungeons & Dragons® online game is going a ways past uncomplicated leisure.
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Apparently by an intuitive sense of direction. Occasionally he glanced back over his shoulder and smiled. Walking through the woods here was hot difficult, and the party made rapid progress. The huge, upstanding tree-trunks were devoid of limbs for "a hundred feet or more above the ground. On some of them a luxuriant vine was growing—a vine that bore a profusion of little gray berries. In the branches high overhead a few birds flew to and fro, calling out at times with a soft, cooing note. The ground—a gray, finely powdered sandy loam—was carpeted with bluish, fallen leaves, sometimes with a species of blue moss, and occasional ferns of a like color.
His lean, gray body his mouth, began chewing with enthusiasm. was nearly naked.. " he wore a drab-colored tiinic, of a substance remarked with a grin. "A cracker crumb they could not identify. His feet and legs I must have dropped when we first began were bare. On his chest was strapped a thin stone plate, slightly convex. " , They decided now to make for the near- wavy, black hair, cut at the base of his est part of the unbroken forest. It was two neck, hung close about his ears. His head hours before they reached it, for among the was uncovered.
The Very Young Man it was who first opened his eyes with a confused sense of feeling that he was in bed at home, and that this was the momentous day he was to start, his journey into the ring. He sat up and rubbed his eyes vigorously to see more clearly his surroundings. Beside him lay his two friends, fast asleep. With returning consciousness came the memory of'the events of the day and night before. The Very Young Man sprang to his feet and vigorously awoke his companions. • The action of the drug again had ceased, and at first glance the scene seemed to have changed very little.