Falling Without Style

'Ulagor gives you a crash course on the controls of the glider.'

'Sounds great, but can he give us a different kind of course?'

We manage to get the glider launched, which isn't too difficult, seeing as how we just pushed it off the side of a five-hundred foot high mountain. Keeping it flying is the difficult bit. So is landing, apparently.

'The glider wasn't designed to land.' Um, what? 'There was a magical arrester mechanism in the mountain', of course there was, in a low-magic setting. 'It's probably best to aim for a lake.'

'Where are the parachutes?'

'There aren't any parachutes. They haven't been invented yet.'

'Unlike the glider.'

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