Hail and well met! My name is Ariana and
although I am not a regular reporter for BNN, I had a story I wanted to share
Yesterday, I was kidnapped by a large band of Orcs. They took me to the Orc fort
near Cove where I was held hostage.
As the day started, I was on my way to town to purchase some bread for my meals.
As I was walking on the road towards town, I saw in front of me a rather large
number of Orcs. Knowing that Orcs and humans do not always get along, I took
special care to try to walk around them. Apparently, one of them did spot me,
and started running towards me. Fear in my heart, I started running away. He
kept saying I would be perfect for his King! “Ug do gud job fer King!” The
rest of the Orcs seemed to have agreed as they carried me off to their Fort. I
was screaming the entire time, and any folks that I saw on the road, I screamed
to them to get help to rescue me.
The Orcs threw me into a section of their Fort and blocked the entrance with
corspers as well as making UgLee stand guard. He kept ranting how the king would
be proud of him and would give him Fire Juice for a job well done. Though I do
not speak Orcish well, I think he meant ale. (Orcs love to drink ale) I was
secluded from the main part of the Fort, but I could hear all the other Orcs in
the main section celebrating the capture of a girl for their King. UgLee stated
out loud that if the King were not pleased with me, he would take me as his own.
During the Orc’s celebration, a group of warriors attacked the camp. I
could hear metal weapons hitting and the sound of people dying. Some of the
activity came into the area where I was kept captive and while I hid in the
background, I managed to draw up some battle pictures. There was also this pure
black horse that shot fire from its mouth that helped fight the Orcs, though he
eventually died in the end. Finally, all the Orcs including UgLee were killed
and I was again free. I ran out, thanked everyone for helping me, and ran home
vowing never to go out alone again!
I would like to take this moment to thank everyone from the town of Cove and all
surrounding communities for coming to my aid. I would also like to thank the man
named Volkswagen for taking the time to make sure I was safe before he would be
on his way. Thank you!