See Out of Character thread Welcome to Terzain's Labyrinthine Coliseum! - Teleporters, high jumpers, future-seers, and those who fly are not allowed in this coliseum. Only those who were chosen are allowed. - Backing out or substitution means instant death. - Help from outside the coliseum is not allowed. - It is not a competition against other participants. You may help one another defeat the monsters you come across. - The coliseum changes every hour, including environment, paths, items and monsters. - Everyone must make their way to the center, coming from different starting points in the coliseum. As long as you are alive, that is your goal. Once everyone's there, the monsters will stop coming and you will be victorious. - There will be supplies you may come across, including medicines, weapons, camping items, food, and random things you may need to survive in this coliseum. Use them wisely. - Those who make it out alive will be transferred to the town of Terzain and will live on as survivors of the Labyrinthine Coliseum. Names will be engraved in the Tablet of Terzain. It is time to summon the monsters of the Labyrinthine Coliseum! Yes, Arwen was a mage, but a weak one at that! Being 15, and having begun her lessons last year, her knowledge of magic wasn't enough for this. Gripping her staff with both hands, she took a deep breath and shut her eyes tight. Why me? She asked silently, what did I do to get here? She tied her light brown hair with a rubber band and slowly began to walk forward with hesitant steps. Her black knee-length skirt and her purple tank top were definitely the wrong things to wear, her boots being the only thing that was suitable for the cold. Was there a scarf in this arena? How about a lighter? If only she was powerful enough to even control an element... "HELLO?" she called. "ANYBODY THERE?" No reply. She sighed. As if anyone would hear her; they may be on the other side of the coliseum... Rain began to pour, making it difficult to see with raindrops on her glasses. If only anyone could hear her and teleport-- no, teleporters weren't allowed. She sighed, praying to whatever God was there to help them all out.