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    "I will deliver the following message to Dr. Bianchi: 'Or is there amanual that shows all the options of the Simulator?'"

    The mustachioed messenger pauses a moment, then asks, "Is that the message you wish to send?"

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    Dorsard facepalms. He had forgotten how literal the automatons were.
    "No. I am askin YE is there a manual for tha Simulator? Not tha Doctor. Ah don't want ta bother him right now."
    Hopefully that got the message across, as otherwise he would have to start searching the room.


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    "One moment, please."

    The automaton freezes up. There's a click clacking sound coming from his belly for a minute, then the automaton reaches into his waistcoat and pulls out a sheet of paper and hands it to you. It has typewritten instructions on how to use the simulator. It seems that all you have to do is tell the automaton what kind of fight you're looking for (or, if you'd rather be surprised, just how difficult you want it) and then stand wherever you want and state that you're ready to begin. If you want to set up a very specific challenge, you have to collaborate with Dr. Bianchi himself.

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    "Hmmmmmm." Dorsard looks over the sheet and after a moment, nods to himself. "​Ah want moderate difficulty, one opponent. Surprise me, will ya?" He walks into the simulator and starts to work out the kinks in his muscles after taking out his warhammer.


    “Defend the weak, protect both young and old, never desert your friends. Give justice to all, be fearless in battle and always ready to defend the right."

    —The law of Badger Lords”
    Brian Jacques, Lord Brocktree

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    (OOC: You and the automaton were in the simulator already. At the back of it.)

    Once you've taken your position and indicated that you're ready to begin, the panel under the automaton starts sinking down below the floor. As soon as the top of his head is below ground level, another panel slides in to take its place, making it as look as though there was never a panel gone in the first place.

    Then, ten feet in front of you, another panel flips up and a creature emerges from it. It has a bronze human-like body topped with a jackal head made of shiny black head. It's wearing a leather breastplate and kilt, and brandishing a battleaxe. An deep growling sound comes from inside its head, though its mouth doesn't move.

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    Dorsard picks up his hammer and swings it a few times as he circles around the automaton with a grin on his face. "​Come an' get some ye lilly livered pansy!"


    “Defend the weak, protect both young and old, never desert your friends. Give justice to all, be fearless in battle and always ready to defend the right."

    —The law of Badger Lords”
    Brian Jacques, Lord Brocktree

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    As you strut around and trashtalk your opponent, the jackal headed beast raises its axe and swings it down at you without ceremony.

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    The cocky dwarf tries to dodge the blow but is glanced on the side of the head, causing his eyes to spin for a moment. With some effort he shakes it off and strikes back, going for his favorite target- the knees!

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    “Defend the weak, protect both young and old, never desert your friends. Give justice to all, be fearless in battle and always ready to defend the right."

    —The law of Badger Lords”
    Brian Jacques, Lord Brocktree

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    The jackal-face dodges your blow with ease, then swings his axe at you again.

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