Tash: The angry mob has you cornered. Their pitchforks all look nice and sharp.
Emma: All this because of a botched spell? I turned the mayor back into a human, didn’t I?
In the game, Farid and Emma’s characters face an angry crowd.
Farid: Emma… we can’t hurt them, they’re just scared and confused villagers.
Emma: It’s ok, I have a spell for this. Binding makes all metal stick together.
She casts the spell.
Emma: Take that, pointy pitchforks!
Farid: Okay, great! Now RUN!
Tash [out of game]: Well played. Their pitchforks fuse together making them useless. But, one of the villagers has a wooden bow and is aiming at Emma.
Farid: I tackle Emma to the ground!
Emma: Thanks, I guess.
Farid: Okay, I get up to…
Tash: Actually, no, you don’t.
Emma: What? Why?
Tash: You know how Binding fused all the metal?
In the game, Farid’s metal helmet, sword, and shield have melded together, trapping him against Emma.
Farid: Emma, help! All my metal is stuck.
Emma: Well played, Tash, well played.
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Comments on Bound Together
AH AH! This one kill me :)
I’ll have you know that spell backfiring is a very serious issue! It effects thousands of imaginary people every year!