|Coiger Di Melaiz|
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Richter steps up next to Coiger. "Pardon my rudeness Father Grimburrow but this matter is not exactly something that can wait. If Professor Lorrimor's death was foul play then whoever... or whatever caused his demise is still out there and in my experience will probably strike again. Neither one of us would like that... but you too have a point.
What if just two of use were to look through your records and the rest go back and keep Miss Lorrimor company in this time of tragedy? Would that be acceptable to you?"
Richter nudges Coiger a little to indicate for him to help out.
Coiger looks at the stranger the way you might now well imagine he would look at any common barfly in a similar situation who attempted to touch him.
"I would recommend Mr. Coiger and myself as we both understand, respect and honor the traditions of Pharasma. Would this be acceptable to you Father?"
Then with an added bit of: I did not go to seminary for four years to be called 'Mister' indignation. ;)
Richter lets the holy symbol of Pharasma fall into view with a shift of his weight.
Through the use of shear will power, Coiger manages to contain the act of rolling his eyes and slapping his palm to his forehead to his imagination. It still hurts though as evidenced by the expression on his face he's trying to hide. Bluff (remain calm): 1d20 + 5 ⇒ (11) + 5 = 16
All this of course in spite of the fact he often uses a very similar technique (remember the funeral)--though he would vehemently argue otherwise.
He is also curiously (and keenly) aware of everyone's eyes upon him.
"Yes... Well... He takes a step closer to Grimburrow (and away from Richter). While it is true, you don't know us, He looks over his shoulder at Richter for a moment. it is also true that there is something more to these burnt ruins than meet the eye. I mean, Father, if Harrowstone is just a harmless brunt ruin, why the taboo surrounding it? Why not rebuild, or if its dangerous, raze it to the ground?"
Diplomacy: 1d20 + 1 ⇒ (1) + 1 = 2