Third thread reached it's bump limit, time for a fourth thread.
-First Thread: https://www.gurochan.cx/3dcg/res/1931.html
-Second Thread: https://www.gurochan.cx/3dcg/res/5180.html
-Third Thread: https://www.gurochan.cx/3dcg/res/8840.html
Far in the wilderness of the riverlands lies a quaint little settlement. Far from the troubles of war in the nearby country, the settlers hoped to live in peace in the rural lands. However, the village was preyed upon by a tribe of lizardmen a few years after it's construction. The beastfolk mostly caused minor trouble with the townsfolk but as time went on they became far more dangerous. Petty theft of food escalated to theft of gold, weapons, and armor, until eventually villagers went missing. With most of the settlers too invested in their new home or simply incapable of building elsewhere, they found themselves in a difficult situation. Unable to fend off the lizardmen themselves, the town invested enough funds to place a bounty for anyone capable of protecting the town from the invaders. Mercenaries began traveling to the town, the well armed and experienced adventurers stayed in town as each group planned how they would wipe out the village. Most were there just to take advantage of the isolated town's desperation, drinking ale and sleeping in inns for free. Their presence in the village alone deterred the lizardmen from raiding the town for several days, so it was a small price the townsfolk were willing to pay.
One such adventurer attracted to the promise of gold was a lone adventurer from the south. A curvy and tall woman, even the other beautiful wenches and visiting mercs paled in comparison. The gawking eyes of the village could all but see the confidence radiating from her skin exposed by her slutty outfit. Many parties residing in the town offered her a place in their group, many of which were simply men desperate to earn her favor. She denied them all, spending her nights boasting of her past feats of valor and how she would slaughter the invaders herself. The residents and visitors wondered how someone with such little armor could ever expect to fend off the tribal beastmen.
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