A little cherry blonde haired Gnomish lady dressed in earthy toned cloathing could be seen merrily dancing and cheering "Hurrays and Huzzars" amongst the hins and other stout folk present in the tavern. She would pause momentarily now and then to munch on some small green herbs and have a little fidget. Whilst dancing she would make sure to hold onto her pointed wizards hat to keep it from slipping off. After the singing and dancing had concluded she would sit in the corner with a few hin fellows and perform some levitations on a few small objects and show off a few illusionary tricks for the hin folk. The jubilant company of the hins had clearly helped strengthen her confidence and she had much fun that evening.
Inspired by the songs and tales of daring do, the next day she would gather together with a few adventurous souls and embark upon an epic journey into the hills. Whilst there she did indeed reenact the fire ball scene from the song which was followed by cheers of glee from the hin companions. One of the fellow hins would find a curious golden ring of a plain, simple design which he plucked from the bottom of a shallow stream. Being of the paranoid sort, the Gnomish lady offered words of caution suggesting the ring may be cursed. The group took the ring further into some caves and buried it within a deep, deep hole, disposing of it for good.
The group later returned to Shallybrook as heroes and celebrated with half pints all around.
Last Edit: Sept 30, 2013 8:28:51 GMT -5 by Kelitayu
All the world will be your enemy, Prince of a Thousand enemies. And when they catch you, they will kill you. But first they must catch you; digger, listener, runner, Prince with the swift warning. Be cunning, and full of tricks, and your people will never be destroyed.