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Male Human(ish) Level 4 RPG Monkey

Jon:
The tent appears to be a tea shop. They have a bewildering array of teas which, as Pliska noted, are amazingly expensive. A pot of some of the rarer teas cost more than a tankard of ale. They also have an assortment of biscuits and other things to nibble on while you drink your tea. There are tables out front of the tent as well, offering a decent view of Cerys' tent. You are able to catch sight of Pliska leading Auric into the tent a couple of hours later, only to emerge a short time later.

Auric:
"Depending on where my charges need to go, I could be anywhere. O'course, with the clink yer addled plant wizard friend dropped in my hands, I could afford to stick around if ye needed my help..." She runs a hand through her unruly mop of hair. "Nine Hells, he's practically bought me outright! I can't just...Mitras' honeypot! Here!" She reaches into her cloak, fumbling around a bit, before producing three ceramic chits. "You tell him to take these and hang onto 'em. The rest he gave me will get ye my exclusive services fer at least the next moon." She glares at you. "Well, what are ye waitin' fer? Go meet yer friend, already."

Stilgar:
Hansi nods sagely. "Best the people who do best have the power. Those that need to be led are still led, and not just because some jackanape had the good fortune to be born of a particular bloodline." He stops to rush off and greet some new visitors, laughing with them and sharing a bit of conversation before returning to your table. [b]"Fardusk is self-ruled, yes, and claims much of the arable land around it. There are other nearby settlements. Many accept Fardusk law, and thus are provided its protection in exchange for the proper trade rights and tariffs." He dips a finger into his mug and traces a map on the tabletop.

"South of here, the Tindal empties into the ocean. West of that point are what some call the Jewel Cities." He snorts. Bit of wishful thinking if you ask me. They cling to the coastline of a stinking morass of a swamp, surviving mostly through trade with us and other more fortunate places. Why the folk there never moved to more hospitable climes is beyond me."[/b]

I'm the spawn of a sad, sad, ow.

Kalaya:
Marza wrinkles her nose. "I know the place. Ye'd be better off finding your friends and bringing them back here, unless you've a need to stay near the docks. I hear the Six is full of thieves." She scratches idly at the shiny scar tissue of her burned arm. "I got a man bein' sent down that way to pick up a shipment from the docks today. He can show you where to go. It's not far off his way."

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Male Human(ish) Level 4 RPG Monkey

Stilgar:
Not as such, no. I hear you dwarves still have true kings. Here in Fardusk, we have two councils, the High and the Low. The High Council elects an illustrious individual to the position of Overseer for eight years, provided there is no majority objection from the Low Council. The Overseer makes decisions regarding most everything not related to trade, though the Councils can overrule the Overseer with enough votes. It's a bit more complicated, but works out well for the city in the end, I think. The nobility have the perks and comforts that wealth affords, but without a position on the High Council, they have no more power than a common peddler."

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Male Human(ish) Level 4 RPG Monkey

Jon:
Cerys writes out a return note, seals it with a signet ring, and hands it to you, along with another coin. "I thank you for your service and your swift delivery of this letter." That done, he turns back to oversee the laborers setting up shop, not sparing you another glance. Pliska shrugs and inclines her head towards another tent across the way.

"I hear they serve good tea, if yer one what can afford it." There's a long pause, as she seems occupied with a stone she's nudging with the toe of her shoe. "If ye wanted to wait fer yer friend there, I kin run that letter back to the Six, get him here an' be sure you know when he shows."

Auric:
Pliska inclines her head toward a large green and gold tent across the way. "I sent him ta wait fer ye over there. I hear they got good tea, if ye kin afford it."

Stilgar:
"Why yes," says Mancino with a hint of surprise. "I assumed that's why you and your companions are here. It's up on the Heights, the cliffs that rise up above the city above the Nobles' Quarter, along with the towers of all the other prominent wizards that live here, and the Overseer's Palace, of course, along with a few rich folk that value prestige over prudence, building their homes so close to wizards. If you wish, I can take you to the roof later. You can see it from there."

Kalaya:
Marza shrugs the shoulder of her good arm and gives a noncommittal grunt. "I have my good and bad nights. Kess said ye might need help makin' yer way around the city. Where you headed?"

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Kou_Kagerou wrote:
Striogi wrote:

Spell index page:

Filter by books is not working in Chrome, Firefox and IE.

If I attempt to uncheck any of the boxes (e.g. Core Rulebook) the related spells are not filtered out (e.g. Magic Missile)

All other filters appear to work.

I am able to confirm that the Filter by Books options still do not work for at least Firefox 48.0.1

Example: If I narrow the options down to Sorcerer/Wizard spells from Core Rulebook only (with all Spell Levels and all Schools checked), spells like Ablative Barrier and Wooden Phalanx are still displayed.

I can confirm. Was using it this morning (also using the Firefox browser, not sure what the latest update is, but I applied it this morning) and specifically blocked out the Technology Guide, but the spells from the book were still displayed.

Edit: After a bit more playing around, it looks like checking or unchecking books does nothing to change the contents of the index.

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Male Human(ish) Level 4 RPG Monkey

Stilgar:
Your explanation for your interest leaves Mancino momentarily open-mouthed and speechless. He takes another long pull from his mug, then goes to take a second, only to find that it is empty. He gestures patience and pulls two more mugs, handing one to you. You find upon taking a swallow that it is obviously the good stuff he normally holds in reserved. Not watered at all. He sits across from you and leans forward conspiratorially.

"Var-- rather, the aforementioned personage can be summed up by this particular story. As one of the most powerful wizards in Fardusk, perhaps the most powerful, depending on who is ranking them, he is quite used to doing what he likes, when he likes, without care to whom he causes displeasure. It is said that a few years ago he violated a certain monastery, devoted to the Queen of Air and Darkness. As a goddess of vengeance, it is not surprising that retribution was swift and harsh. It is said that he was cursed with a terrible wasting disease. No healer could halt its progress, and no cleric could counter the magic, save the followers of the goddess herself. No cleric of Hers would do so until Var--he atoned for his crime. It is said he left the city and was gone for months, searching for a way to lift the curse without bowing to the will of Mitras. Now it's said he's returned and the curse no longer has power over him. I don't know if that's true, but strange lights and sounds have been seen from the windows of his tower on the heights, which have been dark since he left, so he certainly has returned."

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Male Human(ish) Level 4 RPG Monkey

Auric:
The man, despite the confident sneer that crosses his face when you mention Mancino's name, still takes a step back as you reveal the box and the jewel set in its lid sparkles in the lamplight. He raises both hands in a warding gesture.

"Oh, no. Mancino will not make a fool of me. His offer is as unappealing as that great, crumbling ruin of an inn he owns. Take it back to him and tell him he'll need to be a great deal more clever to pull one over on Ceryl. Now unless you intend to buy something, I suggest you leave." The smile returns to his face, gold tooth flashing.

Stilgar:
The smile remains fixed on Mancino's face, but somehow does not reach his eyes. "That would be a name that many know. He is a personage of some...renown, here in Fardusk. What...what sort of business would you have with Varras? The tales about him recently have been, well, quite fascinating." He takes the time to pour himself a drink and takes a long pull off of it while listening to your answer.

Jon:
The man turns and approaches, taking the letter when you offer it. He smiles, and a gold tooth glitters in the light. He holds the letter to his nose and inhales, smiling again. Taking a small knife from his belt, he cracks the seal and begins reading. As his eyes scan the lines, the smile fades. He begins scowling. As he finishes reading, he seems to control himself and the scowl fades, replaced with an arrogant sneer.

"I see. I thank you, sir, for this timely delivery." He fishes around in the pouch at his belt and hands you a silver coin. "For your troubles. There will be another for you if you will abide while I write a note in return and deliver it back to your mistress."

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Torches.

Had a party that was so used to using magical lighting, that when they needed actual fire they discovered to their dismay that no one in the party was carrying any torches. They had to go back and loot bodies for wood and cloth (one was actually carrying oil for some reason) to craft a makeshift torch.

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Male Human(ish) Level 4 RPG Monkey

Stilgar:
The ale passes quickly enough, and you are offered a second for a mere four shields. The serving boy quickly points out the copper coins in your handful as you sort through them, apparently hoping to hurry you along. Later you see a great, jaundiced-looking beast of a man lumber into the common room with a large cudgel over his shoulder. Hansi quickly moves to confer with the brute before leaving him to wander over to a chair by the door, where he begins gobbling up a great trencher full of seafood stew.

Later, Hansi comes over to your table. "I conferred with my doorman again, and I'm afraid Reef noted no one resembling your friends other than Auric. He has standing orders to notify me when he does."

Auric:
Pliska shrugs. "Suit yerself. Easiest way to be rid of it would be to pawn it off on some rube. I kin give ye a list o' folk who'd deserve it. I kin take ye ta the Street o' the Gods right enough, but it's a bit of a hike. Ye'll likely want to be ready to part with yer clink as well. Miracles don't come cheap, I hear."

As you reach the Wharf Market, you find the space is crammed full of merchant stalls, each clamoring and calling to potential customers. You find the din incredible, as if every person in your village had gathered together and started yammering away. Pliska leads you through the shoppers to a large, blue tent with all manner of rugs and carpets draped over frames, rolled and sitting in piles before the entrance. A bored looking fellow in a chain shirt holding a staff stands guard at the entrance, watching over the wares. Pliska brushes past him into the tent with you in tow. Inside a man with an olive complexion whose black hair and beard glisten in the lamplight looks up at your approach. He gives a quick glance to Pliska and seems to dismiss her presence, focusing instead on you as he beams a large smile, exposing an expanse of white teeth save for one that appears to be made of gold.

"Ah, welcome, my friend! What can I offer you this fine day?"

Jon:
Pliska leads you to a large, open space broken up by rows of wooden stalls and cloth tents. More are being set up, while others are being stocked, workers unloading and stacking goods under the watchful eye of merchants and their guards. Pliska stops to ask a question here and there, before leading you to a large, blue tent on the far side of the square. A pair of broad men are offloading carpets from a wagon, carrying them inside or arranging them out front at the direction of a well-dressed man. His hair and beard are black and curly, and glisten in the early morning sun.

Pliska gives a nod in his direction. "He's the one yer lookin' for."

Kalaya:
Kalaya's meal is uninterrupted. She sits and watches folk come in and eat, others simply grabbing food, paying, and walking out again with it. Other travelers come down and settle their tabs before leaving. Eventually she's alone with a couple of the staff who busy themselves with cleaning and other chores.

Footsteps on the stairs draw her attention. She sees one of the sisters descending. After seeing the withered arm, she realizes it is Marza. She notes your attention and gives you a nod before moving to the bar.

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Eric Hinkle wrote:
Jason Nelson wrote:
Thanks for the review, Eric!
Welcome, and I hope you do more products like this for other prestige classes.

If Jason is up for it, I might be able to turn out a couple more. Any suggestions on which prestige classes really need a tune-up to be prestigious?

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Male Human(ish) Level 4 RPG Monkey

Auric:
Pliska listens to your explanation of Jon. She shakes her head. "Hard to wrap my mind around that sort of thing, but ye know him, so I'll take yer word for it. In the city, if you've got magic, then you've got power. Most folk that can do tricks like he did when we got...er, bothered by some locals, that gets you set up nice, either as a major mover, or as the bully boy for one of 'em."

At the mention of temples, she frowns. "Aye, you go uptown to the Street of the Gods, an' you can't throw a stone without hitting an idol. A lot of 'em don't like...my kind of people. There's likely some what would put up with me bein' around, but I don't know who they'd be. Know of a couple of folk who are versed in the arts that aren't complete a@&#@$@%s. They might be able to help you for a bit o' clink, or at least tell you how you might rid yerself of it. I know the easiest way is to give it away to someone who takes it of their own free will. Then the curse passes with it."

Jon:
"Who? The folk over at the Six? Hansi's the owner and operator. He likes to think of himself as a man o' the people. Keeps building up his fortunes so he might get himself on the City Council someday, or so they say. His wife's runs a bit hot, both in temper and appetite--an' I mean both her eatin' and the other sort. Word is she's cuckolding him regular. Might be yer runnin' one o' her love letters," she says with a grin. "They got a bunch o' staff to wait tables, cook, clean, pour drinks, all that stuff, plus some bully boys to keep order and break skulls when its needed. Main one's Reef. They say he's the bastard offspring of o' merrow."

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Kalaya:
Your night's sleep is interrupted only once, and that by a nightmare of wandering down to the common room in the wee hours to find all its residents sitting at tables with the tops of their heads gone and their brains missing. The morning brings daylight that burns away the night's terrors, along with the smells of food from downstairs. Whisperwing is careful to lean out the narrow window rather than soil the room when nature calls.

You see no sign of Kess or Marza, but the staff tells you they should be awake in a couple of hours. In the meantime, there is warm bread from a bakery down the street, as well as cheese and fruit ready to be had.

Auric:
Pliska shrugs. "Usin' you, yeah. Messing, I don't think so. They don't even know you. You're a means to an end. Mancino jus' figured you'd get the thing to his wife's lover and cause him some grief. Wife figured she could use yer friend ta stop it, not caring what happens to the messenger. I don't even know what it does. Word on the street lets a tout know not to mess with it and not to take it as payment for services. I've never even seen the thing. Supposed to be cursed, by a wizard or a demon or some such."

She keeps walking for a time, then slows, looking over her shoulder at you and biting her lip before speaking. You can see she has rather pronounced canines to go with the horns.

This friend o' yers, Jon. What's his game? He's got all kinds of powerful magic, but then hires me like he's just some lost rube, tossing me handfuls o' money like he's got no sense of its worth nor wit to suss it out. Is he playin' me? I feel like I got my head on backwards an' I don't like it."

Jon:
Pliska nods. "Wharf market? I'll have ta ask, but I can find him well enough. Lookin' fer some new tapestries for yer castle? There's better weavings ta be had uptown."

Stilgar:
Hansi smiles back. "There's a positive attitude! That wins half the struggle. You'll be reunited with one friend soon. The others should follow sure enough. Have a seat here and I'll see that you're taken care of. I can offer you a room with a lovely view of the docks for a mere three Towers. Your first tankard is on the house, as a friend of a friend." Master Mancino hustles off, and shortly thereafter a boy drops off a tall tankard. The ale tastes a bit watered to you.

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Anthony Adam wrote:

Actually, if we ignore the Foreword from Neil Spicer, you have written THE SAME article count as Neil and could overtake him in the forthcoming issues! Challenge made :P

Oh, and you are beating Neil on the 3/3, you have done that twice to his once in #7.

Is now wondering if Neil is going to let that stand or allow you to take the lead! :P

I wouldn't ignore it. Being asked to do the foreword counts as a pretty big deal to me.

I'm sure Neil could blow me out of the water, if he had a mind to. I'm just going to focus on getting some new magic, tech, and magitech items finished before the deadline for #16.

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Snorter wrote:

I've still a long way to go, to catch up with you in general, Jeff.

That's a long list of credits you've got in the 3PP-sphere.

I got a free copy of your recent Heraldry book from Flaming Crab, thanks indirectly to Kalindlara gifting hers to one of the other first responders, making me lucky #10.
I don't know who wrote what in that book, but so far I'm liking the ability chains built on the heraldic beasts.

There may be a chance for me to return the free book favor later in the year, not sure when, as Alex split one proposed book into several smaller parts.

But enough of this non-Paizo distraction!
Back to the scrivening desk!

I don't recall exactly, except that we split the beasties evenly and developed the feats and items focused on our particular heraldic creatures. I had the allocamelus, the yale, and the murder bunnies (lepus hostili).

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Male Human(ish) Level 4 RPG Monkey

Jon:
Pliska sighs, sopping up stew with a crust of bread and wolfing it down, before downing a swallow from her mug and stuffing two more pieces of black bread into her satchel. "Awright then. I don't tout without cash up front, but you paid well for the first trip so I'll ignore that rule this once. Where to?"

Auric:
She catches the silver coin and makes it disappear after giving it a quick glance. "Name's Pliska. Ye run with a tall, scraggly plant-wizard name o' 'Jon Commoner.'" She snorts. "Cheeky thing ta call yerself when ya can make plants grow and choke the life outta people. 'Commoner.'" She makes a rude noise before continuing. "Anyway, story is that yer pal Jon came inta the Six early this morn, guided by yers truly. Happened to overhear an exchange 'tween him an the mistress o' the house. The missus sent yer pal to warn Ceryl, so he won't take what it is yer carryin' if ya give it to him. Means yer stuck wit' the cursed thing. Jon's waitin' on you ta show, but he don't know nothin' bout any of this. Jus' carried the letter from the missus warnin' Ceryl 'bout it. I asked 'round 'bout it. Seems whatever yer carryin' ta give ta Ceryl is bewitched. Some dark thing what puts a curse on the one that carries it."

Kalaya:
"Only two Brightblades in the world: me and my sister. I'm told I've a bigger heart than Marza, but that's not true. She's just got a gruffer exterior. Speaking of which, make sure the bird don't make a mess of the room. She'll have a fit. Rest well." The night passes without incident unless there's anything else you wish to do during your time here.

Stilgar:
Master Mancino's face takes on a sad air as he shakes his head. "Alas, no, unless my staff has been lax in informing me. I've passed the description of good Auric's companions to them with orders to notify me should someone matching them enter the establishment. The gnome...Magnus? He would be most easily spotted. Not many of their folk come into Fardusk. The kobolds in the Undercity are not kind to them, and they have sway with the Lower Council, so the gnomish folk tend to avoid...ah, but you aren't here to listen to me ramble on politics. Your friend Auric should return soon and I'll bring any others of your companions to you should they be made known. Meanwhile, sit! I'll have any refreshment you require brought. Consider this your home away from home. My prices are reasonable and I strive to be a gracious host. When Reef rolls his lazy carcass off his cot, I'll check again to be sure none came in late after I retired."

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Snorter wrote:
Anthony Adam wrote:

Ok,

Top 7 writer credits...

20 credits Spicer, Neil
19 credits Lee, Jeff
13 credits Turner, Ian
11 credits Costello Jr., Ryan
11 credits Crenshaw, Paris E.
11 credits Fox, Guy
11 credits Gimmler, Christoph

So...close...must...type...faster...

Can we get a doping test, on Neil and Jeff?

I'm actually surprised. I hadn't realized I'd written that many pieces for Wayfinder, especially since I didn't get anything into an even-numbered issue until...#6, I think? Possibly #8.

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I was intrigued. If this gets picked up for a season, I'll definitely be watching. I like how it's more strongly tied to the story and characters from the comic and the animated series. Jackie Earle Haley as the Terror cracked me up.

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Erethrin wrote:
its a npc book or also contain a pc class ?

Hi, Erethrin.

The Demon Cults series provides material for the GM to use. Each one features a different cult, including its goals, organization, and stat blocks for its leaders and other prominent members. Not much in here for players, unless your GM is looking to run an evil campaign.

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Male Human(ish) Level 4 RPG Monkey
Shadowborn wrote:
Well that was weird. I previewed the post and couldn't get Jon's spoiler to open when I clicked on it. Had to place it in its own post.

So I had the same thing happen to Auric's spoiler in this last post. Adding an extra couple of returns between that one and the one above solved the problem.

I'd just like to observe that this group has an amazing facility for avoiding trouble. That could come in handy in a place like Fardusk.

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Kalaya:
Kess nods. "That I can understand. Sleep well. We brook no trouble to our customers. If you see those rough types again, tell 'em you work for the Brightblades. It might not sway them, but then again it might. If it does, then maybe you'll do some work for us in the future to pay back the favor."

Auric:
She palms the coins and makes them disappear somewhere. When you ask your question, she nods. "He's an oily, powdered ponce. He's also doing the deed with yer landlord's missus. I also know more than that, but it'll cost you extra, including some head-coin...information, that is." She gives a quick glance over her shoulder, her face a mask, then looks back in the direction of your walk. "I understand if you want to keep to yerself, but know it's the only time I'll offer. You don't do the exchange, things might get a bit confusing later."

Stilgar:
The man makes an extravagant bow in return. "Well met, Stilgar, Worthy of Baal! It is an honor to make your acquaintance. I am Hansi Mancino, master of this house, and I bid you welcome to the Six with Eight Tails! Your arrival has been expected. Good Master Auric is currently staying here and has asking after you and your companions. He'll be relieved to hear that you've arrived safely. I'm afraid he stepped out this morning after breakfast to run a small errand for me, in gratitude for my hospitality. I'm sure he'll return shortly. In the meantime, allow me to see to your needs."

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Well that was weird. I previewed the post and couldn't get Jon's spoiler to open when I clicked on it. Had to place it in its own post.

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Jon:
Pliska looks up from her plate, an obvious look of displeasure on her face. You note that her horns don't move when her brow furrows. "I just dragged you across a third of the city to the place you wanted to go. Now you want to run off again? You just got here. You got another handful of clink to offer me?"

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Kalaya:
Your hostess takes the necessary coin from you and gets you set up with food and drink, then leaves to take care of the room arrangements. She returns a few minutes later to top off your tankard.

"Convinced a couple of merchants to share a bed. Here's the key to your room. Top of the stairs, last door on the right at the end of the hall." She hands you the key, eyeing your owl. "Make sure you clean up after the bird, or I'll charge you extra," she says, giving a smile that ends up somewhat crooked thanks to the scar tissue on her face. "If you need anything else, just ask me or my sister, or one of the help. I'm Kess. My sister is Marza." She looks at Kalaya a bit more and the smile vanishes. [b]"Are you all right? You seem a bit more than just tired."

Auric:
Shields are apparently the copper coins. The silvers are called Towers. Gold coins are Drakes. Each named for the designs on them--a coat of arms (possibly that of the city), a three-turreted tower, and a dragon-like creature with two legs, two wings, and a long tail. No one seems to pay for anything here with the ceramic chits, but they apparently have value, as you've seen a few of the wealthier-looking customers trading them to other patrons for coin to use in purchases from the inn.

Stilgar:
The inside of the inn certainly looks and smells like others you've been in, though with a slightly fishy odor you're not used to, possibly from some of the food. It is much larger, with many trestle tables and a rather impressive bar. It isn't very full at the moment, just small knots of people scattered here and there.

A hatchet-faced man, thin but sporting a belly, is speaking with a couple of workers at the bar. He spots your entrance and raises his eyebrows. A broad smile comes across his face and he gives you a welcoming wave.

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I've only named one gun in F4 thus far. Picked up this little pipe pistol that shoots .308 rounds and has its AP cost in VATs reduced by 25%. Which means I can aim and fire up to 10 shots at a time with decent damage. I decided it needed a less clunky name, so I just went with Lulu Belle.

In other news, I'm back on again after a rough week dealing with a partner recovering from oral surgery. She is not a happy camper. I was going to post yesterday when I had a quiet moment, but the page was apparently down. On with the game.

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Dal Selpher wrote:
I think Roy's reaction makes it pretty clear that his dad's mass-suicide idea is any but reasonable and is, in fact, utterly wrong and terrible.

Actually, it's perfectly reasonable. That's the problem. It is an answer wrought of pure reason, with no empathy for any of the lives involved.

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Jon:
You note that Pliska is sitting at the end of a long table, busy stuffing food into her face, a tall stein sitting beside her bowl and plate.

Auric:
She seems young, but there's a hardness to her you're not familiar with in lasses from the Marches. Plus, she's got horns.

"Ye keep lookin' around with what we call the 'yokel stare.' It invites grifters, pickpockets, an' also gets more bugs in yer open maw than most folk like."

She eyes the offered pies a moment, then snatches one up and takes a bite. She chews thoughtfully a moment, then swallows the morsel and answers you.

"This pie plus a pair o' shields. I'll get you there by the quickest route."

Stigar:
Weasel Dodd's busy brows raise as you hand him the coins. He gives a gap-toothed grin and takes them, giving you a bow.

"Most appreciated, m'lord! I'll be happy to extend my service to ya, if'n needs be, should you wish to go anywhere else. Know the city like the back of me hand. Get ye where ye want to go faster 'n a greased quickling."

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That first question is a tough one, as I had fun designing all the races. If I had to choose one though, I'd have to go with the hybrid. Humans with animal genes spliced into their DNA, they have a versatility to them that can be a lot of fun. Want an ex-soldier who's part bear, with the ability to take a lot of punishment and keep fighting? Take the tough hybrid race. Need someone more focused on staying unseen and untouched? Perhaps a little cat DNA in the mix? The stealth hybrid is your answer.

The one that most departs from the standard rules would likely be the cyborg. They're the race with the most obvious advantages. You're more machine than human at that point. Lots of resistances. Practically nothing more than a brain and a simplified digestive system in an armored shell. You're essentially a thinking construct.

However, there are the disadvantages. A cyborg body can't simulate tactile sense well. You don't physically feel much. That makes it hard to do things requiring a fine touch. You're reduced to eating what amounts to baby food. Getting caught in an EMP blast will not be a good time.

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As am I. If anyone has any questions regarding the setting or mechanics, I'm sure people on the team would be happy to answer them.

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Auric:
Hansi gives a smile more reminiscent of last night's demeanor as you take the box from him. "I am most grateful for your assistance. Ceryl's stand is easy enough to find if you know what to look for."

At your request, he sends one of the serving girls to the kitchen, who eturns with a cloth wrapped around a pile of grist, cast off from hand-milling some grain or another. "Will this do?"

As Auric gathers his things, the same serving girl holds out a basket to him before he exits. It smells of baked goods. "Master Mancino said to give you these. On the house." Inside are three freshly baked meat pies.

Exiting the Six with Eight Tails, a voice pipes up to Auric's left.

"New to the city, mister? Need a guide? This tout will getchu where you need to go."

Leaning against the wall of the inn is a short, lean woman with short, dark hair. Her brow is crowned by a pair of small horns. Cradled in one arm is a short staff with a light green scrap of cloth tied to its tip.

Jon:
Madame Mancino nods approvingly. "His name is Ceryl. He's a rug merchant. Finding his tent will be easy enough once you get to the Wharf Market. If you leave now, you should be there before he opens and will surely find him when he arrives to prepare for the day's business." She gives you concise directions to the market, as well as a loaf of bread, a baked turnip, and a wedge of cheese. "You're already going without sleep. Might as well get something to eat on your way."

Stilgar:
"Right off, straightaway, Goodman," he replies. He makes a noise halfway between a groan and a grunt as he heaves himself up off the bench. Then grabs up his staff and leads you out the door.

Weasel Dodd is a verbose man. On your trip you think he might have spoken more words to you than your lost companions did the entire trip across the Marches and the Tindal Sea. He chatters non-stop about whatever crosses his mind, which appears to be whatever is in front of his face at that moment. You get a jumbled picture of the city of Fardusk on your tour, some pieces of which might come in handy later. (Details of the useful info you receive to follow.) Other than having your ears talked off, nothing disturbs you on your walk. Eventually, Weasel brings you to a large two-story building on the edge of the harbor. If this is truly an inn, it's the biggest you've ever seen. The entirety of the Huntsman's Rest, including the yard, could fit in this building. Hanging over the double doors is a large, wooden plaque, with an unusual symbol burned into the wood. Sign of the Six with Eight Tails

"Here we are! That'll be four Shields for my time, if ye please," says Weasel with another gap-toothed grin.

Kalaya:
The woman notes your hesitation as you sift through the handful of coins and ceramic chits. She reaches over and begins pulling coins and laying them on the bar before you, first copper, then silver, then gold, then finally a chit, explaining as she does so.

"Shield, for the coat of arms on one side. Tower, likewise for the image on it. Drake. My sister says its more of a wyvern, but everyone calls 'em drakes. These are used like money. The markings show you what value of coin, and how many the marker can call in. Just about any merchant will take them. Only types I know that don't are low-life crooks who won't risk cashing them, and old stuck-in-the-muds that insist on trading in coin. This one's worth...well.

She quickly picks it up again and returns it to your hand. [b]"Don't be flashing that one around. You could buy yourself a carriage with that, plus the team to pull it around town. Since it's too late to get you a room, you want to rent a box to lock up your things? Probably safer that way." The chit's worth 250 gp. I'll give you a total value for the wealth you're carrying later.

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Jon:
Madame Mancino reaches out and pats your arm in a reassuring gesture. "Oh, no! You'll be helping my friend and giving my husband a well-deserved come-uppance. If anything, my husband using your friend in this is an ill turn. A bad joke that could cause hard feelings, possibly toward your friend Auric since he'll be unintentionally delivering the punchline. You get the message there well before he arrives, and Ceryl will have ample warning about what's going on and all will be well."

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I'll let Loren know she's got questions to answer. Meanwhile, I'll give you my take.

My favorite monster to write was the nian. It's a new offering taken from the mythology behind the New Year. I grew up with a lot of Chinese traditions and the New Year celebrations always stick out in my mind, so it was fun delving into the tales and legends.

I think I did the most research on the jinmenju. The monster from the Bestiary 4 basically doesn't exist in Chinese mythology. There's a tree with this name with head-like fruits, and the fruits are said to laugh. This sound is unsettling, so in the myths they're always as far from houses as possible. So I came up empty. I looked at how Paizo's writer had engineered the creature, and then looked at ways I could build on that using a bit of flavor from the original myths.

Hands down, the mythic hundun is an absolute terror. Those things are beastly as they were, but with 10 mythic ranks, that thing is a walking TPK.

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Jon:
"A pleasure, Jon," she purrs, her eyes running you up and down in a way that might be slightly uncomfortable. "Such a rugged looking fellow, yet so well spoken. Your big, muscular friend...Auric, was it? He's been looking for you. If you'd be so kind as to do me a small favor in the morning, I can arrange for the two of you to reunite."

She reaches into her bodice and produces a folded piece of heavy paper, wrapped in a thin, red ribbon.

"My husband, bothersome little imp that he is, is planning on using your friend Auric to make some mischief. Poor lad doesn't realize it. Hansi is sneaky that way. What I need you to do is go to the Wharf Market to a friend of mine and deliver this letter. I'm afraid you won't get much sleep, as I need it to arrive before Hansi sends your friend out on his delivery. When you're done, you can either wait around and meet Auric when he arrives, or return here and rest. If you do this for me, I'll get you a good room and your first day's stay and meals will be on the house. Do we have an accord?"

Kalaya:
The woman nods. "Four shields for a spot. Straw's fresh. Anyone gets grabby with your things, or you, just give 'em a poke with something sharp, then let me or my sister know in the morning."

Auric:
Sense Motive: Judging by his stance and demeanor after mentioning the delivery, despite an attempt at calmness, Mancino seems tense, possibly angry, and perhaps slightly nervous as well.

"He's a rug merchant by the name of Ceryl. Just tell him Hansi Mancino wishes to pay him what he's owed. No worries about the delivery," he says, going behind the counter and retrieving an item, which he brings over and presents to you. It is a wooden box, about five inches long, three wide, and three deep. The box has seen better days, as much of its veneer has worn away. However, set into the box's lid is a blue-green gem of considerable size and the box hsi held shut with silver wire. "Simply ensure the box remains unopened. Part of its value is that it remains intact. I doubt anyone will accost a an of your size and bearing in broad daylight, so aside from keeping it out of the hands of pickpockets, it's a simple enough task."

Stilgar:
"Call me Weasel," he says around a mouthful of food, before washing it down with a swallow from his mug. "Everyone else does. We can get started whenever you're ready."

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Hey folks,

I'm going on staycation on Wednesday, which means I'm spending the early part of the week trying to get writing projects finished so I don't have to worry about them. Will get posts up late tonight or early tomorrow. I'll try to post on Wednesday, but since I'm starting Fallout 4 on my new computer, I might forget to post...and possibly eat.

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MMCJawa wrote:

God the casting of this show is amazing. Still really looking forward to Gillian Anderson as Media

I do wonder though...is there any idea how they are adapting this? is season 1 going to cover all of the first book, or are they going to stretch it out more?

I caught a clip of Neil speaking about this on the panel (it might have been on the Nerdist, can't remember for certain) and he said that the show will stretch beyond the boundaries of the book. He seems excited for this because he'll get to see what happens with the characters when they're not in the narrative of his story, and he'll get to see what happens to Mad Sweeney and Laura outside of what was written in the book.

So it's not a mini-series, which means we'll get more than one season, and get stories about the gods and other characters that weren't included in the book.

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Jon:
Your smile sends Pliska's attention quickly elsewhere, as if she's afraid people will see. The big brute steers you in the direction of a door across the room. Before you reach it, you and your escort are intercepted by a stout woman of middling years, squeezed into a bodice that threatens to give up its hold at the next good sneeze. Her red hair, shot through with gray, is piled atop her head. She favors you with a smile from a face that may once have been attractive, before settling a serious gaze on the large man behind you.

"Reef, you must be tired. You have my permission to retire for the morning. I'll make accommodations for our guest."

The huge man's bristling eyebrows meet as his brow furrows.

"But the Master said to--"

"I'm well aware of what the Master said, Reef. Am I not Mistress of this house?"

"Yes, Mistress."

"Then do as I say. I'll tell Hansi you were most helpful. Now go on. Off with you."

"Yes, Mistress," replies Reef, hunching his expansive shoulders in what might be a bow, then turning and striding off. The woman gives an exasperated sigh and the smile returns as she regards you.

"Well, hello there. I'm Vitkoria Mancino. My husband, Hansi, and I run this establishment. You must be one of the companions of that strapping young fellow Hansi found wandering around downstairs."

Stilgar:
The older fellow swallows another bite of his pancakes and smiles a gap-toothed grin. "No worries there, sirrah. Been to the Six plenty of times. Bit of a hike, but I can get you there before lunch. No worries about getting piked on the street. We'll run the Merchant's District. Worst thing to worry about there are pickpockets, and they'll steer clear of you so long as you're with me," he says, picking up a walking stick that leans on the wall, giving it a shake to emphasize a pair of scarves, red and yellow, tied to the top of it like makeshift pennants.

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Kalaya:
The woman nods. "Rooms are full-up, unless you can convince another patron to share. Still have space in the common room."

Jon:
Pliska stops at Jon's compliment. She gazes at him a moment, face inscrutable, then seems to change her mind and enters the Six rather than leaving, moving to the bar. The serving woman escorts Jon inside. The place is large, but only about a quarter full at this late hour. Most people still awake are clustered in small groups about the place, either drinking quietly or having hushed discussions. Jon doesn't see any of his companions among those in residence.

At this point, Jon can't decide whether he's more tired or hungry. However, as he makes his way in following the serving woman, a large, heavy hand falls on his shoulder. Turning, he looks up into the square-jawed face of an enormous man. Lank, black hair frames a dark-eyed face with an unpleasant jaundiced color. The hand not resting on Jon's shoulder carries a large billet of wood with three long nails driven through it.

"You. Master sent me to find you. Come. Now." says the great brute.

Auric:
Hansi's eyes light up at your words, and a smile touches his lips. "Well, Master Auric, I am a man of means in this city. My inn is a hub of commerce and many people come within its walls to do business, just as many if not more than those simply seeking a drink, a meal, and a warm bed. I try to accommodate them as best I can, but I am only one man. My staff is often inadequate. Not their fault. They are merely common folk, not used to dealing with things of a complex or unusual nature." He pauses to sip from his cup before continuing.

"If you decide to head to the Wharf Market, there is a small service you could do for me. I would happily forgo payment for last night's meal and room in exchange. I have agreed to deliver an item of importance to a merchant in the Wharf Market. However, I'm short on help--some sort of nasty ague going around and some people are too sick to work--and I cannot leave myself, too much to do. Perhaps you can deliver this thing for me?"

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In Flashpoint Paradox it is specifically mentioned that the ripples from Barry's decision to save his mom went in both directions. Hence the Thomas Wayne Batman, as that event happened prior to the death of Nora Allen. So the possibility is there to mess with all sorts of things. That said, I hope they don't go too crazy. I'd like the storyline to be somewhat coherent.

I'm just hoping to see Citizen Freeze.

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Kalaya:
Behind the bar are two women, bronze-skinned with short-cropped black hair, shot through with gray. They are identical in appearance, save that one has the shiny scar tissue left by burns on the left side of her face. The other appears to have a withered right arm, swathed in cloth and gloved, and folded against her stomach. As Kalaya waits, the one with the burned face strides up and looks her over with eyes the color of steel.

"Out late. Not the best neighborhood to be walking in the dark. What do you need?"

Stilgar:
Jess listens as you describe your companions and stows the letters behind the bar. "Bowl o' oats comes with the price of the room. Anything else will be extra. Weasel! This dwarf needs your services!"

The old man looks up at his name, giving you a gap-toothed grin and waving you over to the table while piling another forkful of cakes into his mouth.

Auric:
The master of the house looks a bit bleary-eyed, and for once has no words, simply giving you a welcoming nod over a clay mug of some steaming liquid he grips in one hand. There's a smell, not altogether unpleasant, coming from it that you don't recognize. He takes a long sip and sighs before answering.

"Good morn, Master Auric. I'm afraid Reef had no luck finding your friends on the premises last night. The Wharf Markets might be the place to look. Lots of people off the ships from the docks, and plenty of new blood in town set up shop to sell wares or services there. Keep a hand on your purse while you're there. Plenty of sticky fingers in the lanes of the Wharf Market."

Jon:
Pliska stares at Jon in the manner seen when listening to someone speaking in a foreign language. She makes a strange hand gesture over her heart, then turns and continues on out of the square.

"C'mon then. Let's get you where yer goin'. Just be ready with those killer plants o' yers. Night's even more dangerous the further East in the city we go."

Despite her warning, you encounter no other trouble in your journey, though you see many a strange sight on the walk. The night streets seem to teem with things that would send the folk of the Marches screaming into the nearest dwarven fastness for protection. Small bands of goblins roam the streets. You see a looming shape easily half again as tall as you lurking in the shadows of an alley over a brazier. Pliska stops a moment to talk to two small, scaly creatures you recognize as kobolds before moving on.

Eventually, as the sky begins to lighten perceptibly, you stop in front of a large building, mostly constructed of stone, weathered and spotted with lichens, sitting at the edge of a large wharf. A large wooden sign hangs above the door, bearing a strange glyph burned into the wood. Sign of the Six with Eight Tails

Pliska raps on the door with her staff repeatedly until a bleary-eyed looking woman answers. Your guide gives her a nod, then turns to you.

"All set and delivered. I'll be on my way."

The serving woman explains that there are no rooms ready, but you can grab a spot to sleep in the common room.

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Thank you both for the reviews. I'm glad people are enjoying the book.

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The Legendary Assassin is still a 10 level prestige class, but I've opened it up so its a viable option for just about any class. Also, no alignment restrictions.

My favorite thing would be the inclusion of assassin talents that allow you to customize your character to the style of killing that best suits your style of play.

Also, the Assassin's Avatar feat, which allows an assassin with summoner levels to transfer her assassin abilities to her eidolon while sharing senses, for a number of rounds equal to her assassin class level.

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Spoiler:
Kalaya moves away from the alley and towards the door. As she swings open the heavy wooden portal a bell rings. The noise inside dims as those inside turn towards its opening. Two large, brutish looking men sitting on stools to either side of the door are half out of their chairs before you step through the doorway. They give you a head-to-toe glance, then settle back on their stools, each cradling the club he carries back in his lap. One gives you a nod and cocks his head towards the bar. The chatter in the room goes back to its previous volume.

Jon:
"I ain't got you to the Six just yet, so I ain't done what you asked o' me," she replies. "If I'm lucky, Grint will take some clink an' not look at me crosswise. Otherwise, he'll take it out on me next time our paths cross. Meanwhile, you get to do whatever your business is an' go on back up to the Heights, lookin' down on us gutterfolk like usual, without a care for the likes o' him." You note that despite her argument, her hand moves back to the satchel with teh handful of coin and chits.

Stilgar:
"Ah, that'd be why Weasel Dodd turned up so early," Jess says, nodding towards a wiry, white-haired human male who is busy working his way through a stack of pancakes as tall as his head. "He's a tout. Creed likely sent word there was work. He knows the city well. He'll get ye where you need to go. You give me names and faces, and I can get these letter to yer friends if they happen in. Will you be wantin' to break yer fast?"

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Kalaya:
The orbs move down, illuminated the alley until it meets the corner of a third building about 40 feet away, forking in two. Rats and other vermin scatter as the light falls upon them. She can now clearly see a stone cap, pierced with holes, sitting upon some type of entrance into the ground. A trickle of gray-green water, or what she hopes is water, drains out of one side of the alley to the cap and she can hear it trickle through one of the pierced holes into the empty space below. Drag lines in the muck of the alley show that the stone plug was removed, then dragged back into place. She sees nothing else lurking amid the trash.

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Kalaya:
The lights reveal a narrow alley, made nearly impassable by piles of refuse mounded against the walls to either side. In a clear spot lies a short, thin man of middle years. You would almost think him asleep, until you see a halo of dark wetness around his head. Sitting to one side is a strange, fuzzy dome. Kalaya isn't certain what it is at first, until she gets close enough to see that the top of the man's head has been removed, set beside him, and the contents removed.

As your lights float further along there's a flurry of motion further back in the shadows, and the sound of stone scraping on stone, followed by a loud thud.

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Jon:
"Aye, right. I got a crazy nan says her plants unnerstan' her when she talks nice to 'em, an' that's why they grow so good. She can't make vines sprout outta bare ground and strangle the life outta her enemies. Yer a bleedin' wizard."

She fumbles a hand into her bag, scrabbling up a handful of coins and ceramic chits, thrusting them at you like they were some sort of warding talisman.

"Here. Take back yer clink. I'll give ye directions to where yer wantin' ta go, but I won't be bound in any deals wit' ye."

Stilgar:
"I'm Jess. Creed's my husband. He's still sleepin' off the rounds he had with the boys after we closed. I can help ye if you're needing anything."

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For the sake of enlightenment, I'd like to mention that a proctor is also defined as "an official charged with various duties, especially with the maintenance of good order."

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Kalaya:
As Kalaya gets closer to the tavern her lights shine part way down the alleyway, revealing the soles of a pair of boots, then the legs they are attached to, as she can see a figure lying on its back amid the refuse.

Jon:
Jon and his guide make their way through the square to a street emptying out from it on the far side. He dismisses the spell and hears retreating feet and more cursing fading into the night. When he turns back to Pliska, she gazes at him with a mixture of anger and fear.

"Mitra's t!#s! You didn't say you were a wizard! What's the game then, hiring a tout like me when you could just fly your way wherever yer goin'?"

Auric:
Auric makes his way through the common room towards the stairs, seeing nothing untoward except for the Madame Mancino eyeing him like he would a roast chicken at suppertime. He feels a bit relieved once he is up in the room with the door locked behind him.

The room itself is nothing spectacular. The small, narrow window provides a view of the harbor, as well as an avenue for its fishy stink to enter the room. The straw mattress is lumpy and smells a bit moldy. The blankets are rough and scratchy. Once the small lamp on the bedside table is extinguished, the scratch and scrabble of mice on the floor can be heard.

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Stilgar:
You get your letters written and then lie down in bed, once you get used to not rocking and rolling with the motion of water any longer, you drift off to sleep. The sounds of the inn awaken you the following day. By the time you dress and head downstairs, it is relatively quiet, with only a couple of patrons in the common room. A woman stands behind the bar where Creed was stationed last night, polishing the bar top to a nice sheen.

Auric:
You attract no attention from the yellow-robed figures, who seem intent on heading to the back rooms. You do get some casual questions and conversation from the fellows at your table, who are apparently workers from the docks and nearby warehouses. They're friendly enough, but their accent and some of the local slang keep you from following some of the conversation. The meal is filling, if not delicious. The sausages are hot and greasy and the stew is a bit salty but palatable. The ale is more hoppy than you're used to, but not bad.

Hansi Mancino returns to the common room after a time, and spends much of his time moving about the place, speaking with this or that person, patting shoulders and shaking hands. He is rarely without a drink in his hand. His wife spends much of her time scowling at him when she isn't chatting up large, strapping male customers. Eventually, as the night wears on, the tables clear. Some leaving in groups, others bedding down for the night in the common room, a few heading upstairs, presumably to private rooms. When the serving girl comes to clear the table, she hands you a key and gives you directions to an upstairs room, mentioning that "Master Mancino wishes you a good night's rest. Says to tell you Reef hasn't found your friends, but the Master will speak with you in the morning, first thing."

Jon:
Snarling, Grint says "Off wit' ye then! Let my dogs outta yer witch vines!"

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In the Global Bestiary Index, the underworld dragons are listed as "Dragon, Imperial Underground."

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Jon:
You cast your spell and catch three of the toughs on the left side of the semicircle, who cry out in pain as they are wrapped in the growing vegetation. Grint manages to jump clear as thorny vines erupt beneath his feet, but is caught in the area of wild growth. The other three draw daggers, but back away rather than rushing forward. Pliska seems surprised, watching things play out with a wide-eyed fascination. Grint curses and raves, spouting threats, but pushes backwards away from the two of you rather than forward. Following his lead, the three free toughs likewise back away, skirting the area of your spell.

Kalaya:
You notice nothing over the inviting sounds and light from the tavern, but Whisperwing puffs up on your shoulder, feathers ruffling, head swiveled toward a dark alley across the road from the inn, where the yellow light of the lamps does not reach. Talons grip more tightly on your shoulder as you share your familiar's sense of warning and danger.

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Kalaya:
The guards nod as you pass through, the snik of the bolt after the gate closes gives a sense of finality your passage. Beyond the gate, the city looks different. Here the buildings rise high, often leaning out into the street and choking off the moonlight. There is more trash in the streets, and also more sound. Those here do not fear the night as much, or perhaps you hear the ones that you were told to fear.

The Charred Barrel is found easily enough. A large building on the left side of the street sports an iron brace on the wall. Hanging from it by chains attached to its top and bottom is a large barrel. The side of the barrel nearest the ground is blackened, as if exposed to a large fire, then rescued before completely burning. The familiar sounds of a tavern full of people come from beyond its closed door. Perception check.

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Jon:
It's an open market square, with mostly frameworks for cloth vendor's stalls standing around. There is a rather scraggly looking tree growing in a walled off area. Two of Grint's "dogs" are standing in front of it.

Moonlight catches Grint's teeth as he gives a smile that's more of a snarl. "Got us a big man don't know how to hold his tongue. Might maybe we'll hold it for ya. Tell you what, Pliska. You give us your ferry to play with, an' you walk on out. No toll. We'll have him." At this the other six men begin fingering visible dagger hilts, or moving hands beneath cloaks, probably to weapons unseen.

Pliska shoots a glance at you, scowling. She spits on the cobbles. "Got a rep to keep, Grint. If'n I drop my ferries, ain't no job as a tout for me."

"S'fine, girl. I got work you can do for better clink, won't have you roughin' up yer feet stompin' the cobbles like. Savvy? Easy work on your back, eh?"

Stilgar:
At the sight of the coins, the boy's eyes widen and his face breaks out in a huge grin. "Thankee, sir! You need anythin' else, just call for me. Name's Boyce."

Auric:
Given their similarity of dress, you first mistake them for perhaps some type of guardsmen, but you see no obvious weapons on them. However, the reaction of those that notice them makes you recall when dwarven soldiers come into human inns and taverns in the Marches. People try very hard not to be noticed. Whoever these four are, they make people nervous with their presence.

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