Thread: Episode 1: Arrival
Board: Sword and Sorcery Story
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posted... The Merchant 
on Sat 14 Dec 2019 @ 12:16 PM (PBW Time)

Restrad laughed, it has been such a long time since he felt like laughing and for a moment his cares and the years fall off him for that moment.

He hands Kella a pouch of coins, and still smiling, says that she can go to the dressmaker's and help herself.

He tells her that he will be in the inn when she is ready

Kella Redaxe

posted... Laughter 
on Sat 14 Dec 2019 @ 2:00 PM (PBW Time)

  Kella truly hoped Restrad wasn't laughing at her, though it certainly wouldn't be the first time she had been laughed at for her basically backward ways. After a moment, though, she felt like perhaps it was simply happiness that needed to be let out and she accepted the pouch with a hint of a smile.

"I will meet you at the front desk then as soon as the dress maker is finished," she replied as she tucked the pouch into her pocket. "Hopefully they can make something functional yet ... appropriate," she chuckled. There would have to be ways to hide a blade and perhaps deal with her unhideable weapon as well since she really didn't like being without her axe.


posted... Kindness 
on Sun 15 Dec 2019 @ 12:41 PM (PBW Time)

When he felt the priests presence at his side, Aurehn stands up and turns to greet him. He shakes the man's hand and introduces himself as he looks around the rest of the church, taking note of the people inside and more details about his surroundings. He's brought back to the priest when he asks him if his church had sent him to Red Larch, but the look in the priest's eye bespoke more than what he was asking.

“They did.” Aurehn responds. In a manner of speaking they did, he supposed. “And if it is not an imposition, I thank you for your hospitality.” He says in regards to staying in the church; it would save him the minor worry of finding a place to stay now that he was no longer under the employ of the caravenner. Plus, at this point in time he was more or less just waiting around. He would've excused himself by now to go explore the town or perhaps meet up with his former coworkers, but he took not that it appeared Lanssen had either something to say or something to ask the Paladin. Since he was gracious enough to offer him a room, Aurehn figured he would return the kindness by carrying on the conversation.
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