Thanks for the tip-in, George. My notes got foggy when I got to the last part of the evening.
Also, that photo makes me laugh more every time I look at it. What are those two DOING in that photo? Are they about to make out? Or is it a death duel? And if this is supposed to be a picture from our adventure, is Stryfe the guy on the left? Can we be sure?
Image of the gloves of the rat, in case you didn't get my joke:
You do really have this item, however.
Epilogue number two: The bartenders of Hillsfar salute you and thank you for your hard work. Langham gives you the promised 2,000 g.p.
Ah, my half-human friend... I was going more for the, "Puss in Boots" type of humor. And that video was indeed disturbing, though I did like Silence of the Lambs when it came out. At least, for the most part I liked it.
Matt, thanks for posting this so promptly. And it's nice that we had some company to Hillsfar and I enjoy the extra little bit of RP with these drunken werehawks... oh wait... that was Duffy, doh! PS: Nice glove picture Sharky, lol!
Ah, you guys are thorough. The merchant's name is Bookers. Since he left Hillsfar this morning to pursue a purhcase, we won't be able to talk to him. I want to leave for Trice tomorrow morning. But I can tell you more of what he told me.
Booker went to Trice four days ago. He said he knocked on several doors. One house had a door ajar, and the inside looked like a mess - perhaps someone had come inside searching for something? He found blood on the grass outside the front door. That's not a good sign. Booker opened the door and let himself into the public house - and that was in disarray. No one was home. Spots of blood on the floor.
Now, as for these dogs - I'm not completely sure they were dogs at all. I don't think Booker knows much about animals. Four legs, gray wiry fur, and the size of a big dog. Yes. But they had sharp teeth and sharp claws. That makes me think we're actually dealing with some giant vermin - weasel or rat, maybe? Perhaps a cat, or a hyena-like creature?
Now, if your group can help, I want to leave in the morning. Get your spells prepared. I have a pair of horse-drawn wagons that can carry a total of 12 people. If any of you have horses or riding animals, you're welcome to bring them. Kupp will come along, as well as a valet to watch the cart and horses. This big half-ogre? He's coming as well? My, those poor horses. Yes, we can bring him too. It's a five hour journey into the hills to Trice.
Kupp said he could draw us a map of the town from his memory. I'm sure that would be useful. See you tomorrow then.
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