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"Ah, you peg me for someone who'd grovel over coin. I did get two-hundred sovereigns for it. So at least it was worth it, even if it is a bit of a distraction."

He thinks for a moment, realizing what she meant,

"The whole rebellion thing? I'd rather the people won it for sure. When you've grown up in this city with no parents and no one to watch over you... you become a child of the streets. These streets in a way are mine and the people. My life has been a living hell because of the empire. Thievery, extortion, you name it. Of course... I've always tried to guide myself through right and wrong. But sometimes you just can't turn down a job."

He smiles devilishly at the short woman, "What about you half-pint? where did you wash up from? Iron domes or something? What have you here more than anyone?"

Ark eyes the dwarf as she scribbles in her book. He wonders for a moment before walking over to her and sitting across from her. He gives her a warm and coy smile from across the table,

"Thank you. By the way. I'm afraid I neglected to say so earlier." Ark removed the makeshift bandage from around his neck, revealing a long scar which was midway between his adam's apple and his chin. About 4" long, nice and fresh.

Ark looks at Zaracas as he tells them to flee, "You're right. The temple we fought in is now ashes, and the whole military is looking for us like dogs. Well. Not me really. Seeing as you're the only one still alive that's seen my face. Your boss never got a glimpse of me so I'll count that as a saving grace. I'll be sure to pass on the message to the rest of the group though."

Ark mentions a bit of the conversation before they're interrupted. He doesn't bother to mention it again.


Ark allows Jules to dismiss him and he waits outside of Zaracas' door. He could get to know the new comer that healed him... but... He wasn't sure how much he wanted to associate with them.

Ark stood quietly and listened to the story, "Ain't that a shame. I'd have to say they do take failure pretty seriously don't they?" He wasn't really asking, more... communicating the bit of sympathy that he could.

"No Zaracas. Your fate is not up to me nor my friends. It's up to you. I don't know what they want from you, but cooperating is always a good bet. Who knows, maybe your new boss will think you're dead and you can slink away from this place of death. While you still have one good eye." Ark feels the pang of hunger and feels like investigating the new voice, so he leaves the captive man to rest after a fixing some more bindings on him, "Zaracas... Get some rest." Ark removed his mask and hid it away under his cloak before leaving the room.


Ark met a short little woman, who insisted on treating his wounds. To which he had no qualms about. As far as he knew she was just yet another friend. For the rest of the night Ark kept to himself and remained silent unless spoken to.


"Who's Langbard?" He whispers quietly as he draws a cautious dagger beneath the table. "And why are we letting him in?"

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