klarkash-ton wrote:“Reckon you’ll be lookin’ for vengeance” said Deccon stepping out from the trees, hand resting easy on the hilt of his longsword.
Judging by his tattered cloak and mud-spattered chainmail he had been on the road for awhile. He was a tall man, strong looking but rangy rather than thick-set. Unkempt dirty black hair hung to his shoulders and a black sackcloth covered the lower part of his face. A shield was slung on his back and the arch of a crossbow could be seen lurking over his shoulder.
“He was a good man” said the stranger, lowering his black scarf.
“I’m Deccon Stormfall, and I reckon I can help you.”
klarkash-ton wrote:“ I don’t know what that is anymore. But if justice means putting those that did this into the ground? Then aye, justice it is.”
Tamerlaine wrote:"It is well that a man such as this priest can stir such passion in your breasts. But the Old Man and I, we came here in search of treasure. Yilmaz the Old, he's got a map from old times. Seems like this cur Black Bowb is looking for the same thing as we and Cauley here knows where the place is. Now hear me out, there are many ways to hurt a man and I figure we get the treasure before Black Bowb does. He's looking for something in particular, it seems, on account of some witch. With another sword hand in our ranks, our chances of getting this treasure get better."
Wouter wrote:In the meanwhile, Yilmaz will pick up the jug and sniff it. What does it smell like? He will then thumb through the book. Can he read it? What is it about? Finally, he will take a careful closer look at the chest at the bed's foot. If it does not seem to be locked or trapped in any way, he will try to open it to see what's inside.
Tamerlaine wrote: "Of course there's the old man's opinion. Reckon the decision needs to be unanimous, eh? Where's Yilmaz anyways? Probably taking a piss and damn if it takes him half a day to do so."
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