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by Luis Branco
Medieval role-playing is
You can either be a warrior or be casting spells.
There's no limit to your imagination
And the thrill of plot is a great sensation.
You get to be whomever you want:
An Indian mage riding his elephant,
A mighty barbarian with muscles all around
Or even a thief browsing at the "lost &
In a world of dangerous creatures,
Filled with supernatural features,
You have the power in your fingertips
Or simply by muttering with your lips.
Killing a dragon or a beholder
Can make you stronger and bolder.
You gain experience as well as reputation
And may even improve your clan's situation.
Sometimes there are tasks to be done,
And the way to accomplish them is a perilous one.
But if you succeed in such a quest,
You're sure to find a reward inside your chest:
An enchanted sword or maybe just gold,
Some magical gauntlets or a few gems, which can be sold.
You can even build your own tower,
And thus express your awesome power,
Or make your hideout in a dark cave
That can't be found even by the smart and brave.
But in a treacherous realm like this one,
Friends are the element that makes it fun:
Battles can be won or lost,
But friendship prevails at any cost.
A fantastic adventure with elephants and fairies.
August 2001 Imaginary Realities, the magazine of your mind.
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