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22 [Action]
We'll start the show with this one!
mischiefbreeder
[The plaza is empty today, quiet, as the snow continues to bear down on the village on day four of the November snowstorm. Not a soul can be seen. Near the entrance of the plaza, at the four-way intersection, there are two large piles of snow, one on the left and one on the right. It seems so... normal.

Of course, this is Luceti. There's no such thing as "normal". The moment someone comes near the plaza, a snowball comes flying out from one of the two snow piles. Afterwards, the ones responsible reveal themselves, stepping up from behind the snow piles.
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Ready, Red? Let's get 'em!

Heh! You don't even need to ask. I've been waiting for this all day, Gold.

[You have just entered into a snowball war with Gold and Red. What do?]

((ooc: Joint post with Red! That's all I do these days, I guess. Order will follow as You > Gold > Red. Threadjacking is also totally allowed, and even encouraged!))

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[See, Ven saw one snowball coming. But two?

OKAY. Dodge rolling like crazy to escape the fury of the balls of snow! Then he'll hurl some over at... wherever those two snowballs came from.]

[Now that's more like it! Start countering, Red! Gold's going to make you the best supply of snowballs ever.]

[Finally! Some actual competition. All right, bring it, Ven. If there was one thing Red had most of, it was stamina -- coupled with Gold being his snowball producing machine, expect tons of snowballs flying your way in a short span of time.]

[Good thing Ven's agile! He'll be doing his best to avoid getting hit with too many snowballs, while hurling some back their way.

This is a ton of fun, for sure.]

[Keep dodging, Ven, because they're going to hit you sooner or later. Especially since, every so often, Gold pops up to lob another snowball at Ven in between making ammo for Red.]

[Two versus one were never favourable conditions, after all.]

This guy's pretty good.

[Stepping up his game, it was time to take things seriously -- and by seriously, it meant throwing with a lot more force than usual.]

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