[Taocow PBEM] Book 3 - Chapter VI - Down Another Rabbit Hole
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> Much as Justin predicted, when the Faeries get closed to him, they seem
> stay back aways. One of them, who wears a barely discernible crown
> shouts out something angry in its language. It doesn't sound friendly,
> but the rest of the Faeries do not interfere with the company any
> further, but rather turn towards the Kittani invaders.
As they begin to turn away, and the door begins to shut, Justin will bow to the crowned one, then back inside the door, as it closes over him.
> with a single rayed star above it. The dwarf speaks a few mumbled,
> guttural words that sound like "K'zadak muraz irak", and a single
OOC: Justin is fairly well educated on dwarven culture in general, though he's most familiar with the clans of his homeland. Does he recognize the star, or the words?
> With that Thur walks away towards the old dwarf.
Justin will listen, are there any active forges or the sound of metalwork coming out of any of the surrounding passages?
> One of the knights limps forward. "My apologies, sirs and ladies." he
> says. "I could not help but overhear the lady here," he looks at
> Louissa, "and I've got a bit of advice. While it's true enough that you
> helped us out when the Splugorth minions came, at least one of you did
> fire on our troops, and that will have to go trial, or at least to the
> King, who alone has the power to pardon. I shouldn't say anything, but
> you risk your liberty if you remain in New Camelot. 'Tis your choice,
> of course."
> "I can go either way." Louissa says. "New Poughkeepsie has some trade
> and diplomatic contacts with New Camelot. We have an ambassador here
> who could help us, and particularly you, Alex. But I'll stick with the
> rest of you, whatever you decide.
Justin will speak up at this point, "While I'm more of an accidental companion to you lot than a member of your group, I'd like to point out that the most honorable path here is to pursue justice. A mistake, even a violent one, in a tense situation does not rise to the level of a crime, and a wise King will recognize that." He turns to Louissa, and asks "Is the King they speak of a wise King? Or is he not? If he rules justly, then we should clear the matter up as soon as we can. If he does not rule justly, then the matter becomes a bit more thorny."
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