The large black airship skimmed over the Palisade wall and hovered over the street between the cemetery and the back of Brunel Hall. A lone figure slipped down a quickly dropped rope to the street and signaled the crewman in the cargo area. The crewman lowered a large flexible pipe to the waiting figure who pulled it through the door of the building. Once the pipe was in place, the force-feed turbine on the rear of the bulk load cargo carrier began to run, transferring the cargo of peanut hulls and buckwheat husks to the open and very sump-like area that is now the basement bar of Brunel Hall. After a few moments and several thousand pounds of agricultural refuse later, the airship soared away…leaving Muirsheen Durkin filled to the ceiling.
BAR WARS: Revenge of the Jed-AYE!
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