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Liz' thoughts were interrupted by a flash of fire and a dragon's roar.
Across the small park, a winged beast, its crimson scales glittering in the midmorning sunlight, loomed over a trio of fantastical figures standing knee-deep in the sea of swirling graffiti she'd called forth earlier.
Above the combatants' heads, Liz could see small tags: the silver-haired elf was a Ranger, the armored dwarf a Knight, and the multicolored swirl of veils hid some sort of themed Witch.
She recognized this intrusion into her AR overlay, a live-action instance of the same Shards RPG she'd binged with her friends in VR last weekend. This must have been some sort of public pick-up game, for it to appear in her unfiltered mirage.
It was also clearly not going well. The ranger clutched the useless, smoldering remains of a bow, while the knight struggled to discard a still-burning halberd.
With nothing better to do, Liz summoned up her own character and dimmed the background clutter as she advanced toward the battle.
No sequels yet. Why not write one?
Comments (4 so far!)
That's cool. I know it's supposed to be very Shadowrun-y but what it actually reminds me of is the Jaws preview from Back to the Future 2. Or to a lesser extent, the pokemon game that was all the rage a little while ago.
- #3035 Posted 2 years ago
Liz gets distracted way too easily.
- #3040 Posted 2 years ago
Probably! This might reflect my own recent distractibility :D
(See also: I started writing this comment and then forgot about it for half an hour.)
- #3045 Posted 2 years ago
- #3047 Posted 2 years ago
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