[Taocow PBEM] Book 3 - Chapter V - The Debate - and a little more
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> The knight thinks for a moment. "We can tarry no longer, and must be to
> New Camelot this very hour. Therefore, I will declare this, though it
> likely exceeds my authority. I shall charge that you are free for one
> month in the lands of New Camelot, but that you must, if you wish to
> remain any longer than that, seek out His Grace, King Arr'thu, for his
> pardon and leave."
> "Will this suffice?" he asks. "That way you can make your own way under
> no immediate threat, and those that travel with you shall not be
> traveling with a wanted woman."
(to Alex) "That alone is a good sign. Tin pot dictators don't, as a rule, give their minions that sort of discretionary authority."
> The knights go for their guns.
OOC: Justin doesn't.
> "Such reactions to an unarmed man and one carrying the traditional flag
> for talks. As to the fairies I have no quarrel with them indeed it is
> the King of their kind that sent me. He told me to head in this
> direction, that I would meet with others who may be able to help against
> this war with Atlantis. As to the mistake, I did not realize these women
> were indeed knights their manner of clothing is different then the suits
> I see here from Camelot."
> The stranger reaches into a satchel at his side and slowly pulls out his
> hand and opens it to show them the ring.
> "I was told this ring was given to the fey and from them I return it, as
> a sign of my intentions. I would like to join you if indeed your battle
> is with the things of Atlantis."
(to the stranger) "Most of them are not knights, as far as I know, stranger. But not all of the present men are knights, and you grouped us all together in your greeting. Mixing rank levels as you did could be taken as an insult, which is the last thing we need, given existing tensions." He pauses, then continues on a different topic "My family, while not at war with Atlantis, maintains very cold relations. I can't speak for the others intentions, but I do intend to give Lord Splynncryth a very bad day at some future date, as a complaint about the poor manners of those who serve him."
(to the group) "Lord Coake wore a signet like that."
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