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  • Sudipel Xedniv
    Sudipel gives the barest of nods to Henri s smirk, knowing as the noble does that sometimes the nearest of truths are the subtlest of misdirections when told
    Message 1 of 28 , Mar 6, 2013
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      Sudipel gives the barest of nods to Henri's smirk, knowing as the noble does that sometimes the nearest of truths are the subtlest of misdirections when told for the right reasons.  "The less we are seen around, the better," he saysl.  "We have done too much and seen too much for me to believe much in coincidences, and no doubt agents of our enemies have eyes in the city.  I'd rather we leave quickly and quietly, adoring publicks notwithstanding."

      "Our time fades; let us be back to our quest," the elf finishes.


      To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
      From: naareth@...
      Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 23:27:47 +0000
      Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot

       

      ooc: haha never saw that eyebrow thing. Also, thanks for the reminder on items you are after, I forgot to address it.
       
      You were handed 20 vials of a deep, luscious green liquid; Extra healing potions (+20). You were also handed four very valuable scrolls; 1 Heal, 3 Neutralise Poison.
       
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      Henri nods a little but looks apologetic.
       
      "There are, almost literally, no magic items left in this city that aren't totally overvalued. Everything in the armoury is being used by the King's Host, farmed out to favourite nobles. Every shop that sold expensive swords or armour sold out weeks ago as nobleman bought them up. You'll not find anything here or, probably, much of anywhere across the Baronies I would fear."
       
      "There may well be black market goods but ... well, I think it might be difficult to access them and their cost would be huge."
       
      "On the other hand, there are armourers around making very decent items that, while maybe not magical, are well done. Most are doing commissions already but if you use this chit," (and he hands you a pass with government details), "you may well skip a queue and buy a number of things that, of course, the Skotian Government would be happy to pay for."
       
      He pulls out a small map from his cloak and spreads it out on the table. ((See the website and the map of the baronies))
       
      He points a slender finger at the Lawless Wood in Southern Irregarn, right in the forest near the craggy mountain range that seperates the forest from the city of Eyre on the other side. He's pointing at the forest/Irregarn side of the mountains.
       
      "Shondheilm," he says, still raspy. "No one has ever really heard of. We don't have great maps. However it does look like there is a medium little settlement here, near the mountains and the forest, where loggers or whatever do something. I suspect that may be your Shondheilm. You should be able to find roads through that wood there out to the town, and there are probably other settlements in there."
       
      He pauses.
       
      "The Lawless Woods, by the way, are called that because they are bereft of laws, not because they're super-dangerous. It was told of me this morning their name comes from the fact they're not a part of Irregarn OR of Stinette, or any other real power down there - the closest being the magic College of Shiaan ((ooc: they're the 'good' college of Abjuration and Divination)) who sort of run Eyre but don't come over the mountains. I suspect the woods are as wild as any other large body of unregulated forest, but I don't think they're known to be as dangerous as, say, the Dynfyrr Forest which are known as basically the most dangerous woods in the World if you aren't on Ranger-patrolled pathways. You may remember that, from memory, based on the night you fought Gnolls or something and then Lenneral and Sudipel went running around in the forest at night looking for horses which, I think, got eaten."
       
      He takes a breath.
       
      "Anyway, so the point is you might have to look for Shondheilm."

       
      > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
      > From: nefkler@...
      > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 15:56:19 +0000
      > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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      > Yes, I would think it would be painful to lift an eyebrow at yourself...
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      > Nefkler welcomes Henri to the table, "You look well this morning. A little out of practice are we?
      > you may or may not remember but last night we were discussing an armoury where we could find some items for Bolgir here. And some magic arrows. And also the location of Shindheim, which Lodz was looking for before... well..."
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      > He goes back to attacking his breakfast. Clearly his belly remembers nights in the wilderness and is trying to eat while it can.
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      > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@...> wrote:
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      > > Henri lifts a painful eyebrow at Henri.
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      > > "Lay a false trail to indicate you were fighting on the front for Skot instead of pursuing a mysterious mission?"
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      > > He looks around with at Sudipel with a hungover smirk.
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      > > "What part of 'the Vidame, the Prophet, and his band of merry men are off fighting against Jarid and it's armies and a bl00dy dragon that have nothing to do with the Skywalker Atrocities' doesn't sound exactly like that?... The most compelling part being it's effectively true."
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      > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
      > > From: winterkilled@...
      > > Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2013 22:42:47 -0800
      > > Subject: Re: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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      > > From: Laws <notfranksplanet@...>
      > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
      > > Sent: Wednesday, 6 March 2013 5:17 PM
      > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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      > > "Oh great. That will really help us in our secret mission to discover the truth and bring justice for the attacks on Skot and Skywalker. You realise that if we are discovered to be priest murdering frauds, YOU go down with us as well. I've half a mind to take you with us, I feel that you are not taking your repentence very seriously.
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      > > "However you could be of use to us here. No doubt our mutual enermy has agents within the city. I thought you could use your, contacts, criers, whatever to leave a false trail for us as we leave today. Any assistance we could get in our mission would be valueable. Nothing too elaborate. YOu could for exampe suggest that Lodz and the prophet are travelling to the desert to seek the lifting of the curse, while Myself and the warriors ar off to the front to fight the Stinettians... or someting like that. lies are your strength, not mine.
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      > > "It would perhapes put those we pursue off their guard a little. Perhapes not, but worth trying."
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      > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, "eirare" wrote:
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      > > > The shield is a masterwork. The scale itself is strong and light and full of latent power.
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      > > > Henri arrives as you finish breakfast; you wionder how he got there so quickly, though another half hour has now passed. When Gilbearro asks the young Skotian nobleman to hold off on some of the claims, he shakes his head, winces, then explains.
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      > > > "Sorry, Lord Dragonslayer," he says while holding a hungover head. "Events are in train, so to speak. The imagery was just so perfect that I had my people insert it straight into the morning's update. I think you'll find if you spend any time listening to the town criers (on every corner), you'll be as excited as our populace are to learn the Skotian strikeforce lead by Vidame Gilbearro `Dragonslayer' and his trusty comrade The Prophet, fresh from destroying a Jarid army on the ground that was lead by one of their most powerful cultist Druids, then proceeded to defeat an ancient Dragon revered as a protector of the island Barony."
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      > > > He leans forward and snags a leftover piece of bacon from Cedric's plate and chews it unhappily, quite green.
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      > > > "You're all famous," he mumbles around the food.
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      > > > He glances at Lodz's new outfit.
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      > > > "Nice new look, the rainbow thing was a little crazy."
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      > > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, "Laws" wrote:
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      > > > > Gil arose early, clearly annoyed his post dissappeared into the ether.
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      > > > > First trying a cold shower to rid himself of the after effects of the late night he dresses and decides to go with plan B, greasy breakfast food and hair of the dog.
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      > > > > "We could get a map of Irregan before we leave, might help locate what we ar looking for. Plus we need to present the seal to the temple of Organa, and hope they have some healing potions to sell us. From what we have seen weapons are scarce in the city, healing is probably the same."
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      > > > > "I'd also like to talk to Henri again before we go, try to dissuade this Dragonslayer nonsense. It would be best if would keep a lid on our story completely, but I think that would be too much to ask him. We could however use him and his connections to lay a false trail of our whereabouts. Say we've split up, or are off to the stinettian front. Spread rumors of Lodz's death at the hands of this curse and alike. It might buy us some advantage."
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      > > > > To that end, he asks(pays) Steefe to go to Lord Henri and ask that he attend us at once on a matter of upmost urgency, either here or at the Organan temple.
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      > > > > OOC: I typed this post out earlier, but it didn't turn up, it may, I prefer the earlier version. If we could have had that conversation with Henri last night then so be it, also we may have handed over the seal earlier too, in which case this is all moot and Gil is read to teleport, though before they went to sleep he should have got cedric to identify the shield.
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      > > > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, John Layton wrote:
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      > > > > > Lodz comes down in the morning still leaning heavily on his knotted wooden staff. He has wrapped a fine white cloak, procured from somewhere, around his rainbow robes and has the hood up. A lit cigarro extends from the hood's edge, trailing smoke which smells of cloves and allspice. The rest of his face seems intentionally obscured.
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      > > > > > He eats sparingly at breakfast but drinks a short beer.Â
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      > > > > > "I have prepared several teleports and can take us to Vaslui whenever we are ready. We can head from there to Shindheim, once we establish where in the woods it actually is. I had no luck scrying it last night, unfortunately."
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      > > > > > "On another note, I was able to find Vry and the rest of his group. They appear to be on a mission of great danger and import. They seemed to be resting in between encounters."
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      > > > > > ________________________________
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      > > > > > From: eirare
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      > > > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
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      > > > > > Sent: Tuesday, 5 March 2013 10:44 AM
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      > > > > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Morning Number Two, in Skot
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      > > > > > Morning dawns. Some of you wake with heavy heads, others more rested. At some point, the party wandered through the streets of Skot back to the King's Peace, bursting in on poor Steefe trying to have a sleep in the common room.
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      > > > > > You meet at a table, and help yourselves to food served by the apprehensive innkeeper. Your bags are packed and you're ready to go. It's about 9.30 am (some of you slept in).
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      > > > > > ooc: Do me a favour and just add an ooc post at the bottom with your current HP, regardless of whether you went up or not. Thanks.
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    • Adam Wallace
      Henri replies to that. Oh, it s worth noting in this that you are, at this point, an image. No one knows what you look like... He looks around the common
      Message 2 of 28 , Mar 6, 2013
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        Henri replies to that.
         
        "Oh, it's worth noting in this that you are, at this point, an image. No one knows what you look like..." He looks around the common room where people are eating without looking at you guys. "They don't know WHO Gilbearro is, otherwise I'm sure they'd be far less impressed."
         
        He grins at Gilbearro.
         

         

        To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
        From: sudipel@...
        Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 20:26:11 -0500
        Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot



        Sudipel gives the barest of nods to Henri's smirk, knowing as the noble does that sometimes the nearest of truths are the subtlest of misdirections when told for the right reasons.  "The less we are seen around, the better," he saysl.  "We have done too much and seen too much for me to believe much in coincidences, and no doubt agents of our enemies have eyes in the city.  I'd rather we leave quickly and quietly, adoring publicks notwithstanding."

        "Our time fades; let us be back to our quest," the elf finishes.


        To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
        From: naareth@...
        Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 23:27:47 +0000
        Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot

         

        ooc: haha never saw that eyebrow thing. Also, thanks for the reminder on items you are after, I forgot to address it.
         
        You were handed 20 vials of a deep, luscious green liquid; Extra healing potions (+20). You were also handed four very valuable scrolls; 1 Heal, 3 Neutralise Poison.
         
        ic:
         
        Henri nods a little but looks apologetic.
         
        "There are, almost literally, no magic items left in this city that aren't totally overvalued. Everything in the armoury is being used by the King's Host, farmed out to favourite nobles. Every shop that sold expensive swords or armour sold out weeks ago as nobleman bought them up. You'll not find anything here or, probably, much of anywhere across the Baronies I would fear."
         
        "There may well be black market goods but ... well, I think it might be difficult to access them and their cost would be huge."
         
        "On the other hand, there are armourers around making very decent items that, while maybe not magical, are well done. Most are doing commissions already but if you use this chit," (and he hands you a pass with government details), "you may well skip a queue and buy a number of things that, of course, the Skotian Government would be happy to pay for."
         
        He pulls out a small map from his cloak and spreads it out on the table. ((See the website and the map of the baronies))
         
        He points a slender finger at the Lawless Wood in Southern Irregarn, right in the forest near the craggy mountain range that seperates the forest from the city of Eyre on the other side. He's pointing at the forest/Irregarn side of the mountains.
         
        "Shondheilm," he says, still raspy. "No one has ever really heard of. We don't have great maps. However it does look like there is a medium little settlement here, near the mountains and the forest, where loggers or whatever do something. I suspect that may be your Shondheilm. You should be able to find roads through that wood there out to the town, and there are probably other settlements in there."
         
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        "The Lawless Woods, by the way, are called that because they are bereft of laws, not because they're super-dangerous. It was told of me this morning their name comes from the fact they're not a part of Irregarn OR of Stinette, or any other real power down there - the closest being the magic College of Shiaan ((ooc: they're the 'good' college of Abjuration and Divination)) who sort of run Eyre but don't come over the mountains. I suspect the woods are as wild as any other large body of unregulated forest, but I don't think they're known to be as dangerous as, say, the Dynfyrr Forest which are known as basically the most dangerous woods in the World if you aren't on Ranger-patrolled pathways. You may remember that, from memory, based on the night you fought Gnolls or something and then Lenneral and Sudipel went running around in the forest at night looking for horses which, I think, got eaten."
         
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        "Anyway, so the point is you might have to look for Shondheilm."

         
        > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
        > From: nefkler@...
        > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 15:56:19 +0000
        > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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        > Yes, I would think it would be painful to lift an eyebrow at yourself...
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        > Nefkler welcomes Henri to the table, "You look well this morning. A little out of practice are we?
        > you may or may not remember but last night we were discussing an armoury where we could find some items for Bolgir here. And some magic arrows. And also the location of Shindheim, which Lodz was looking for before... well..."
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        > He goes back to attacking his breakfast. Clearly his belly remembers nights in the wilderness and is trying to eat while it can.
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        > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@...> wrote:
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        > > Henri lifts a painful eyebrow at Henri.
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        > > "Lay a false trail to indicate you were fighting on the front for Skot instead of pursuing a mysterious mission?"
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        > > He looks around with at Sudipel with a hungover smirk.
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        > > "What part of 'the Vidame, the Prophet, and his band of merry men are off fighting against Jarid and it's armies and a bl00dy dragon that have nothing to do with the Skywalker Atrocities' doesn't sound exactly like that?... The most compelling part being it's effectively true."
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        > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
        > > From: winterkilled@...
        > > Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2013 22:42:47 -0800
        > > Subject: Re: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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        > > When Gilbearro threatens to destroy Henri's reputation over what seems to him to be nothing, he turns to Lenneral and says in a stage whisper: "Awkward!"
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        > > From: Laws <notfranksplanet@...>
        > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
        > > Sent: Wednesday, 6 March 2013 5:17 PM
        > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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        > > "Oh great. That will really help us in our secret mission to discover the truth and bring justice for the attacks on Skot and Skywalker. You realise that if we are discovered to be priest murdering frauds, YOU go down with us as well. I've half a mind to take you with us, I feel that you are not taking your repentence very seriously.
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        > > "However you could be of use to us here. No doubt our mutual enermy has agents within the city. I thought you could use your, contacts, criers, whatever to leave a false trail for us as we leave today. Any assistance we could get in our mission would be valueable. Nothing too elaborate. YOu could for exampe suggest that Lodz and the prophet are travelling to the desert to seek the lifting of the curse, while Myself and the warriors ar off to the front to fight the Stinettians... or someting like that. lies are your strength, not mine.
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        > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, "eirare" wrote:
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        > > > The shield is a masterwork. The scale itself is strong and light and full of latent power.
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        > > > Henri arrives as you finish breakfast; you wionder how he got there so quickly, though another half hour has now passed. When Gilbearro asks the young Skotian nobleman to hold off on some of the claims, he shakes his head, winces, then explains.
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        > > > "Sorry, Lord Dragonslayer," he says while holding a hungover head. "Events are in train, so to speak. The imagery was just so perfect that I had my people insert it straight into the morning's update. I think you'll find if you spend any time listening to the town criers (on every corner), you'll be as excited as our populace are to learn the Skotian strikeforce lead by Vidame Gilbearro `Dragonslayer' and his trusty comrade The Prophet, fresh from destroying a Jarid army on the ground that was lead by one of their most powerful cultist Druids, then proceeded to defeat an ancient Dragon revered as a protector of the island Barony."
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        > > > > Gil arose early, clearly annoyed his post dissappeared into the ether.
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        > > > > First trying a cold shower to rid himself of the after effects of the late night he dresses and decides to go with plan B, greasy breakfast food and hair of the dog.
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        > > > > "I'd also like to talk to Henri again before we go, try to dissuade this Dragonslayer nonsense. It would be best if would keep a lid on our story completely, but I think that would be too much to ask him. We could however use him and his connections to lay a false trail of our whereabouts. Say we've split up, or are off to the stinettian front. Spread rumors of Lodz's death at the hands of this curse and alike. It might buy us some advantage."
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        > > > > OOC: I typed this post out earlier, but it didn't turn up, it may, I prefer the earlier version. If we could have had that conversation with Henri last night then so be it, also we may have handed over the seal earlier too, in which case this is all moot and Gil is read to teleport, though before they went to sleep he should have got cedric to identify the shield.
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        > > > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, John Layton wrote:
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        > > > > > Lodz comes down in the morning still leaning heavily on his knotted wooden staff. He has wrapped a fine white cloak, procured from somewhere, around his rainbow robes and has the hood up. A lit cigarro extends from the hood's edge, trailing smoke which smells of cloves and allspice. The rest of his face seems intentionally obscured.
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        > > > > > He eats sparingly at breakfast but drinks a short beer.Â
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        > > > > > From: eirare
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        > > > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
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      • Laws
        Gil laughs, tries to think of a reply witty enough to pur Henri in his place, and settles for throwing a grape at his head. Right well lets get on our way.
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          Gil laughs, tries to think of a reply witty enough to pur Henri in his place, and settles for throwing a grape at his head.

          "Right well lets get on our way. Bolgir needs some armor, does anyone else need anything in the city? I think I am good to go!"



          --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@...> wrote:
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          > "Oh, it's worth noting in this that you are, at this point, an image. No one knows what you look like..." He looks around the common room where people are eating without looking at you guys. "They don't know WHO Gilbearro is, otherwise I'm sure they'd be far less impressed."
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          > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
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          > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 20:26:11 -0500
          > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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          > "Our time fades; let us be back to our quest," the elf finishes.
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          > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
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          > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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          > Henri nods a little but looks apologetic.
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          > "There are, almost literally, no magic items left in this city that aren't totally overvalued. Everything in the armoury is being used by the King's Host, farmed out to favourite nobles. Every shop that sold expensive swords or armour sold out weeks ago as nobleman bought them up. You'll not find anything here or, probably, much of anywhere across the Baronies I would fear."
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          > "There may well be black market goods but ... well, I think it might be difficult to access them and their cost would be huge."
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          > "On the other hand, there are armourers around making very decent items that, while maybe not magical, are well done. Most are doing commissions already but if you use this chit," (and he hands you a pass with government details), "you may well skip a queue and buy a number of things that, of course, the Skotian Government would be happy to pay for."
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          > He pulls out a small map from his cloak and spreads it out on the table. ((See the website and the map of the baronies))
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          > "Shondheilm," he says, still raspy. "No one has ever really heard of. We don't have great maps. However it does look like there is a medium little settlement here, near the mountains and the forest, where loggers or whatever do something. I suspect that may be your Shondheilm. You should be able to find roads through that wood there out to the town, and there are probably other settlements in there."
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          > "The Lawless Woods, by the way, are called that because they are bereft of laws, not because they're super-dangerous. It was told of me this morning their name comes from the fact they're not a part of Irregarn OR of Stinette, or any other real power down there - the closest being the magic College of Shiaan ((ooc: they're the 'good' college of Abjuration and Divination)) who sort of run Eyre but don't come over the mountains. I suspect the woods are as wild as any other large body of unregulated forest, but I don't think they're known to be as dangerous as, say, the Dynfyrr Forest which are known as basically the most dangerous woods in the World if you aren't on Ranger-patrolled pathways. You may remember that, from memory, based on the night you fought Gnolls or something and then Lenneral and Sudipel went running around in the forest at night looking for horses which, I think, got eaten."
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          > "Anyway, so the point is you might have to look for Shondheilm."
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          > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
          > > From: nefkler@...
          > > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 15:56:19 +0000
          > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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          > > Yes, I would think it would be painful to lift an eyebrow at yourself...
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          > > Nefkler welcomes Henri to the table, "You look well this morning. A little out of practice are we?
          > > you may or may not remember but last night we were discussing an armoury where we could find some items for Bolgir here. And some magic arrows. And also the location of Shindheim, which Lodz was looking for before... well..."
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          > > He goes back to attacking his breakfast. Clearly his belly remembers nights in the wilderness and is trying to eat while it can.
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          > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@> wrote:
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          > > > Henri lifts a painful eyebrow at Henri.
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          > > > "Lay a false trail to indicate you were fighting on the front for Skot instead of pursuing a mysterious mission?"
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          > > > He looks around with at Sudipel with a hungover smirk.
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          > > > "What part of 'the Vidame, the Prophet, and his band of merry men are off fighting against Jarid and it's armies and a bl00dy dragon that have nothing to do with the Skywalker Atrocities' doesn't sound exactly like that?... The most compelling part being it's effectively true."
          > > >
          > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
          > > > From: winterkilled@
          > > > Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2013 22:42:47 -0800
          > > > Subject: Re: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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          > > > When Gilbearro threatens to destroy Henri's reputation over what seems to him to be nothing, he turns to Lenneral and says in a stage whisper: "Awkward!"
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          > > > From: Laws <notfranksplanet@>
          > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
          > > > Sent: Wednesday, 6 March 2013 5:17 PM
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          > > > "However you could be of use to us here. No doubt our mutual enermy has agents within the city. I thought you could use your, contacts, criers, whatever to leave a false trail for us as we leave today. Any assistance we could get in our mission would be valueable. Nothing too elaborate. YOu could for exampe suggest that Lodz and the prophet are travelling to the desert to seek the lifting of the curse, while Myself and the warriors ar off to the front to fight the Stinettians... or someting like that. lies are your strength, not mine.
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          > > > > The shield is a masterwork. The scale itself is strong and light and full of latent power.
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          > > > > Kite Shield +2: 5% Magic Resistance, +1 to saves v Dragon Breath, Fire, Cold, Electricity, Poison Gas
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          > > > > Henri arrives as you finish breakfast; you wionder how he got there so quickly, though another half hour has now passed. When Gilbearro asks the young Skotian nobleman to hold off on some of the claims, he shakes his head, winces, then explains.
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          > > > > "Sorry, Lord Dragonslayer," he says while holding a hungover head. "Events are in train, so to speak. The imagery was just so perfect that I had my people insert it straight into the morning's update. I think you'll find if you spend any time listening to the town criers (on every corner), you'll be as excited as our populace are to learn the Skotian strikeforce lead by Vidame Gilbearro `Dragonslayer' and his trusty comrade The Prophet, fresh from destroying a Jarid army on the ground that was lead by one of their most powerful cultist Druids, then proceeded to defeat an ancient Dragon revered as a protector of the island Barony."
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          > > > > He leans forward and snags a leftover piece of bacon from Cedric's plate and chews it unhappily, quite green.
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          > > > > > "We could get a map of Irregan before we leave, might help locate what we ar looking for. Plus we need to present the seal to the temple of Organa, and hope they have some healing potions to sell us. From what we have seen weapons are scarce in the city, healing is probably the same."
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          > > > > > OOC: I typed this post out earlier, but it didn't turn up, it may, I prefer the earlier version. If we could have had that conversation with Henri last night then so be it, also we may have handed over the seal earlier too, in which case this is all moot and Gil is read to teleport, though before they went to sleep he should have got cedric to identify the shield.
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          > > > > > > Lodz comes down in the morning still leaning heavily on his knotted wooden staff. He has wrapped a fine white cloak, procured from somewhere, around his rainbow robes and has the hood up. A lit cigarro extends from the hood's edge, trailing smoke which smells of cloves and allspice. The rest of his face seems intentionally obscured.
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        • Greg Downes
          Bolgir speaks up as people try and arrange him items I am going to use the Gith Armour, I have clothing now, you got me the hammer, all I am really missing is
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            Bolgir speaks up as people try and arrange him items "I am going to use the Gith Armour, I have clothing now, you got me the hammer, all I am really missing is a Shield and possibly an axe.  Other than that I am ready to move on.  Gilbaero did you have a shield already that you were using prior to the Dragaon Scale one?"  Bolgir asks.

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            On 7 March 2013 19:00, Laws <notfranksplanet@...> wrote:
             

            Gil laughs, tries to think of a reply witty enough to pur Henri in his place, and settles for throwing a grape at his head.

            "Right well lets get on our way. Bolgir needs some armor, does anyone else need anything in the city? I think I am good to go!"



            --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@...> wrote:
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            > Henri replies to that.
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            > "Oh, it's worth noting in this that you are, at this point, an image. No one knows what you look like..." He looks around the common room where people are eating without looking at you guys. "They don't know WHO Gilbearro is, otherwise I'm sure they'd be far less impressed."
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            > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
            > From: sudipel@...

            > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 20:26:11 -0500
            > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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            > "Our time fades; let us be back to our quest," the elf finishes.
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            > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
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            > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 23:27:47 +0000
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            > Henri nods a little but looks apologetic.
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            > "There are, almost literally, no magic items left in this city that aren't totally overvalued. Everything in the armoury is being used by the King's Host, farmed out to favourite nobles. Every shop that sold expensive swords or armour sold out weeks ago as nobleman bought them up. You'll not find anything here or, probably, much of anywhere across the Baronies I would fear."
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            > "There may well be black market goods but ... well, I think it might be difficult to access them and their cost would be huge."
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            > "On the other hand, there are armourers around making very decent items that, while maybe not magical, are well done. Most are doing commissions already but if you use this chit," (and he hands you a pass with government details), "you may well skip a queue and buy a number of things that, of course, the Skotian Government would be happy to pay for."
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            > He pulls out a small map from his cloak and spreads it out on the table. ((See the website and the map of the baronies))
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            > He points a slender finger at the Lawless Wood in Southern Irregarn, right in the forest near the craggy mountain range that seperates the forest from the city of Eyre on the other side. He's pointing at the forest/Irregarn side of the mountains.
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            > "Shondheilm," he says, still raspy. "No one has ever really heard of. We don't have great maps. However it does look like there is a medium little settlement here, near the mountains and the forest, where loggers or whatever do something. I suspect that may be your Shondheilm. You should be able to find roads through that wood there out to the town, and there are probably other settlements in there."
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            > "The Lawless Woods, by the way, are called that because they are bereft of laws, not because they're super-dangerous. It was told of me this morning their name comes from the fact they're not a part of Irregarn OR of Stinette, or any other real power down there - the closest being the magic College of Shiaan ((ooc: they're the 'good' college of Abjuration and Divination)) who sort of run Eyre but don't come over the mountains. I suspect the woods are as wild as any other large body of unregulated forest, but I don't think they're known to be as dangerous as, say, the Dynfyrr Forest which are known as basically the most dangerous woods in the World if you aren't on Ranger-patrolled pathways. You may remember that, from memory, based on the night you fought Gnolls or something and then Lenneral and Sudipel went running around in the forest at night looking for horses which, I think, got eaten."
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            > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
            > > From: nefkler@...

            > > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 15:56:19 +0000
            > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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            > > Yes, I would think it would be painful to lift an eyebrow at yourself...
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            > > Nefkler welcomes Henri to the table, "You look well this morning. A little out of practice are we?
            > > you may or may not remember but last night we were discussing an armoury where we could find some items for Bolgir here. And some magic arrows. And also the location of Shindheim, which Lodz was looking for before... well..."
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            > > He goes back to attacking his breakfast. Clearly his belly remembers nights in the wilderness and is trying to eat while it can.
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            > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@> wrote:
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            > > > Henri lifts a painful eyebrow at Henri.
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            > > > "Lay a false trail to indicate you were fighting on the front for Skot instead of pursuing a mysterious mission?"
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            > > > He looks around with at Sudipel with a hungover smirk.
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            > > > "What part of 'the Vidame, the Prophet, and his band of merry men are off fighting against Jarid and it's armies and a bl00dy dragon that have nothing to do with the Skywalker Atrocities' doesn't sound exactly like that?... The most compelling part being it's effectively true."
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            > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
            > > > From: winterkilled@
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            > > > Subject: Re: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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            > > > When Gilbearro threatens to destroy Henri's reputation over what seems to him to be nothing, he turns to Lenneral and says in a stage whisper: "Awkward!"
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            > > > From: Laws <notfranksplanet@>
            > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
            > > > Sent: Wednesday, 6 March 2013 5:17 PM
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            > > > "However you could be of use to us here. No doubt our mutual enermy has agents within the city. I thought you could use your, contacts, criers, whatever to leave a false trail for us as we leave today. Any assistance we could get in our mission would be valueable. Nothing too elaborate. YOu could for exampe suggest that Lodz and the prophet are travelling to the desert to seek the lifting of the curse, while Myself and the warriors ar off to the front to fight the Stinettians... or someting like that. lies are your strength, not mine.
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            > > > > The shield is a masterwork. The scale itself is strong and light and full of latent power.
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            > > > > Kite Shield +2: 5% Magic Resistance, +1 to saves v Dragon Breath, Fire, Cold, Electricity, Poison Gas
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            > > > > Henri arrives as you finish breakfast; you wionder how he got there so quickly, though another half hour has now passed. When Gilbearro asks the young Skotian nobleman to hold off on some of the claims, he shakes his head, winces, then explains.
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            > > > > "Sorry, Lord Dragonslayer," he says while holding a hungover head. "Events are in train, so to speak. The imagery was just so perfect that I had my people insert it straight into the morning's update. I think you'll find if you spend any time listening to the town criers (on every corner), you'll be as excited as our populace are to learn the Skotian strikeforce lead by Vidame Gilbearro `Dragonslayer' and his trusty comrade The Prophet, fresh from destroying a Jarid army on the ground that was lead by one of their most powerful cultist Druids, then proceeded to defeat an ancient Dragon revered as a protector of the island Barony."
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            > > > > He leans forward and snags a leftover piece of bacon from Cedric's plate and chews it unhappily, quite green.
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            > > > > "You're all famous," he mumbles around the food.
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            > > > > > "We could get a map of Irregan before we leave, might help locate what we ar looking for. Plus we need to present the seal to the temple of Organa, and hope they have some healing potions to sell us. From what we have seen weapons are scarce in the city, healing is probably the same."
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            > > > > > OOC: I typed this post out earlier, but it didn't turn up, it may, I prefer the earlier version. If we could have had that conversation with Henri last night then so be it, also we may have handed over the seal earlier too, in which case this is all moot and Gil is read to teleport, though before they went to sleep he should have got cedric to identify the shield.
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            > > > > > > Lodz comes down in the morning still leaning heavily on his knotted wooden staff. He has wrapped a fine white cloak, procured from somewhere, around his rainbow robes and has the hood up. A lit cigarro extends from the hood's edge, trailing smoke which smells of cloves and allspice. The rest of his face seems intentionally obscured.
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            Then it sounds like every barrier to our immediate departure has been removed. I propose we immediately teleport to Vaslui and from there try to find
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              "Then it sounds like every barrier to our immediate departure has been removed. I propose we immediately teleport to Vaslui and from there try to find Shondheim or whatever in name of the Abyss it is called. I have three teleports and a scroll. Cedric has one teleport. That should be ample. I suggest we waste no further time. Objections?"

              Lodz stands and looks around pointedly, looking ready to cast. 

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              Bolgir speaks up as people try and arrange him items "I am going to use the Gith Armour, I have clothing now, you got me the hammer, all I am really missing is a Shield and possibly an axe.  Other than that I am ready to move on.  Gilbaero did you have a shield already that you were using prior to the Dragaon Scale one?"  Bolgir asks.

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              On 7 March 2013 19:00, Laws <notfranksplanet@...> wrote:
               

              Gil laughs, tries to think of a reply witty enough to pur Henri in his place, and settles for throwing a grape at his head.

              "Right well lets get on our way. Bolgir needs some armor, does anyone else need anything in the city? I think I am good to go!"



              --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@...> wrote:
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              > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
              > From: sudipel@...

              > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 20:26:11 -0500
              > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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              > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
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              > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 23:27:47 +0000
              > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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              > You were handed 20 vials of a deep, luscious green liquid; Extra healing potions (+20). You were also handed four very valuable scrolls; 1 Heal, 3 Neutralise Poison.
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              > "There are, almost literally, no magic items left in this city that aren't totally overvalued. Everything in the armoury is being used by the King's Host, farmed out to favourite nobles. Every shop that sold expensive swords or armour sold out weeks ago as nobleman bought them up. You'll not find anything here or, probably, much of anywhere across the Baronies I would fear."
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              > "On the other hand, there are armourers around making very decent items that, while maybe not magical, are well done. Most are doing commissions already but if you use this chit," (and he hands you a pass with government details), "you may well skip a queue and buy a number of things that, of course, the Skotian Government would be happy to pay for."
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              > He points a slender finger at the Lawless Wood in Southern Irregarn, right in the forest near the craggy mountain range that seperates the forest from the city of Eyre on the other side. He's pointing at the forest/Irregarn side of the mountains.
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              > "Shondheilm," he says, still raspy. "No one has ever really heard of. We don't have great maps. However it does look like there is a medium little settlement here, near the mountains and the forest, where loggers or whatever do something. I suspect that may be your Shondheilm. You should be able to find roads through that wood there out to the town, and there are probably other settlements in there."
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              > "The Lawless Woods, by the way, are called that because they are bereft of laws, not because they're super-dangerous. It was told of me this morning their name comes from the fact they're not a part of Irregarn OR of Stinette, or any other real power down there - the closest being the magic College of Shiaan ((ooc: they're the 'good' college of Abjuration and Divination)) who sort of run Eyre but don't come over the mountains. I suspect the woods are as wild as any other large body of unregulated forest, but I don't think they're known to be as dangerous as, say, the Dynfyrr Forest which are known as basically the most dangerous woods in the World if you aren't on Ranger-patrolled pathways. You may remember that, from memory, based on the night you fought Gnolls or something and then Lenneral and Sudipel went running around in the forest at night looking for horses which, I think, got eaten."
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              > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
              > > From: nefkler@...

              > > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 15:56:19 +0000
              > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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              > > Yes, I would think it would be painful to lift an eyebrow at yourself...
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              > > you may or may not remember but last night we were discussing an armoury where we could find some items for Bolgir here. And some magic arrows. And also the location of Shindheim, which Lodz was looking for before... well..."
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              > > He goes back to attacking his breakfast. Clearly his belly remembers nights in the wilderness and is trying to eat while it can.
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              > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@> wrote:
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              > > > Henri lifts a painful eyebrow at Henri.
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              > > > "Lay a false trail to indicate you were fighting on the front for Skot instead of pursuing a mysterious mission?"
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              > > > He looks around with at Sudipel with a hungover smirk.
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              > > > "What part of 'the Vidame, the Prophet, and his band of merry men are off fighting against Jarid and it's armies and a bl00dy dragon that have nothing to do with the Skywalker Atrocities' doesn't sound exactly like that?... The most compelling part being it's effectively true."
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              > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
              > > > From: winterkilled@
              > > > Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2013 22:42:47 -0800
              > > > Subject: Re: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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              > > > When Gilbearro threatens to destroy Henri's reputation over what seems to him to be nothing, he turns to Lenneral and says in a stage whisper: "Awkward!"
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              > > > From: Laws <notfranksplanet@>
              > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
              > > > Sent: Wednesday, 6 March 2013 5:17 PM
              > > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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              > > > "However you could be of use to us here. No doubt our mutual enermy has agents within the city. I thought you could use your, contacts, criers, whatever to leave a false trail for us as we leave today. Any assistance we could get in our mission would be valueable. Nothing too elaborate. YOu could for exampe suggest that Lodz and the prophet are travelling to the desert to seek the lifting of the curse, while Myself and the warriors ar off to the front to fight the Stinettians... or someting like that. lies are your strength, not mine.
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              > > > > The shield is a masterwork. The scale itself is strong and light and full of latent power.
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              > > > > Henri arrives as you finish breakfast; you wionder how he got there so quickly, though another half hour has now passed. When Gilbearro asks the young Skotian nobleman to hold off on some of the claims, he shakes his head, winces, then explains.
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              > > > > "Sorry, Lord Dragonslayer," he says while holding a hungover head. "Events are in train, so to speak. The imagery was just so perfect that I had my people insert it straight into the morning's update. I think you'll find if you spend any time listening to the town criers (on every corner), you'll be as excited as our populace are to learn the Skotian strikeforce lead by Vidame Gilbearro `Dragonslayer' and his trusty comrade The Prophet, fresh from destroying a Jarid army on the ground that was lead by one of their most powerful cultist Druids, then proceeded to defeat an ancient Dragon revered as a protector of the island Barony."
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              > > > > He leans forward and snags a leftover piece of bacon from Cedric's plate and chews it unhappily, quite green.
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              > > > > > "We could get a map of Irregan before we leave, might help locate what we ar looking for. Plus we need to present the seal to the temple of Organa, and hope they have some healing potions to sell us. From what we have seen weapons are scarce in the city, healing is probably the same."
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              > > > > > "I'd also like to talk to Henri again before we go, try to dissuade this Dragonslayer nonsense. It would be best if would keep a lid on our story completely, but I think that would be too much to ask him. We could however use him and his connections to lay a false trail of our whereabouts. Say we've split up, or are off to the stinettian front. Spread rumors of Lodz's death at the hands of this curse and alike. It might buy us some advantage."
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              > > > > > OOC: I typed this post out earlier, but it didn't turn up, it may, I prefer the earlier version. If we could have had that conversation with Henri last night then so be it, also we may have handed over the seal earlier too, in which case this is all moot and Gil is read to teleport, though before they went to sleep he should have got cedric to identify the shield.
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              > > > > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, John Layton wrote:
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              > > > > > > Lodz comes down in the morning still leaning heavily on his knotted wooden staff. He has wrapped a fine white cloak, procured from somewhere, around his rainbow robes and has the hood up. A lit cigarro extends from the hood's edge, trailing smoke which smells of cloves and allspice. The rest of his face seems intentionally obscured.
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              > > > > > > "I have prepared several teleports and can take us to Vaslui whenever we are ready. We can head from there to Shindheim, once we establish where in the woods it actually is. I had no luck scrying it last night, unfortunately."
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              ooc: So... teleporting now? No one has said anything otherwise. Lodz, are you just going to leave from the common room of the Inn? What s the plan. Also, have
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                ooc: So... teleporting now? No one has said anything otherwise. Lodz, are you just going to leave from the common room of the Inn? What's the plan. Also, have you got some info about where you're going?

                Remember, Cedric may have a teleport but unless you take him with you, than back, he can't actually teleport there. So Lodz will need to cast 3 and Cedric 1.

                ooc2: Please post your day's spell list all casters.

                --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, winterkilled <winterkilled@...> wrote:
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                > "Then it sounds like every barrier to our immediate departure has been removed. I propose we immediately teleport to Vaslui and from there try to find Shondheim or whatever in name of the Abyss it is called. I have three teleports and a scroll. Cedric has one teleport. That should be ample. I suggest we waste no further time. Objections?"
                >
                > Lodz stands and looks around pointedly, looking ready to cast.
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                > On 08/03/2013, at 1:21, Greg Downes <greg.downes@...> wrote:
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                > > Bolgir speaks up as people try and arrange him items "I am going to use the Gith Armour, I have clothing now, you got me the hammer, all I am really missing is a Shield and possibly an axe. Other than that I am ready to move on. Gilbaero did you have a shield already that you were using prior to the Dragaon Scale one?" Bolgir asks.
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                > > On 7 March 2013 19:00, Laws <notfranksplanet@...> wrote:
                > >>
                > >> Gil laughs, tries to think of a reply witty enough to pur Henri in his place, and settles for throwing a grape at his head.
                > >>
                > >> "Right well lets get on our way. Bolgir needs some armor, does anyone else need anything in the city? I think I am good to go!"
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                > >> --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@> wrote:
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                > >> > Henri replies to that.
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                > >> > "Oh, it's worth noting in this that you are, at this point, an image. No one knows what you look like..." He looks around the common room where people are eating without looking at you guys. "They don't know WHO Gilbearro is, otherwise I'm sure they'd be far less impressed."
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                > >> > He grins at Gilbearro.
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                > >> > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                > >> > From: sudipel@
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                > >> > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 20:26:11 -0500
                > >> > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                > >> > Sudipel gives the barest of nods to Henri's smirk, knowing as the noble does that sometimes the nearest of truths are the subtlest of misdirections when told for the right reasons. "The less we are seen around, the better," he saysl. "We have done too much and seen too much for me to believe much in coincidences, and no doubt agents of our enemies have eyes in the city. I'd rather we leave quickly and quietly, adoring publicks notwithstanding."
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                > >> > "Our time fades; let us be back to our quest," the elf finishes.
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                > >> > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                > >> > From: naareth@
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                > >> > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 23:27:47 +0000
                > >> > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                > >> > ooc: haha never saw that eyebrow thing. Also, thanks for the reminder on items you are after, I forgot to address it.
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                > >> > You were handed 20 vials of a deep, luscious green liquid; Extra healing potions (+20). You were also handed four very valuable scrolls; 1 Heal, 3 Neutralise Poison.
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                > >> > ic:
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                > >> > Henri nods a little but looks apologetic.
                > >> >
                > >> > "There are, almost literally, no magic items left in this city that aren't totally overvalued. Everything in the armoury is being used by the King's Host, farmed out to favourite nobles. Every shop that sold expensive swords or armour sold out weeks ago as nobleman bought them up. You'll not find anything here or, probably, much of anywhere across the Baronies I would fear."
                > >> >
                > >> > "There may well be black market goods but ... well, I think it might be difficult to access them and their cost would be huge."
                > >> >
                > >> > "On the other hand, there are armourers around making very decent items that, while maybe not magical, are well done. Most are doing commissions already but if you use this chit," (and he hands you a pass with government details), "you may well skip a queue and buy a number of things that, of course, the Skotian Government would be happy to pay for."
                > >> >
                > >> > He pulls out a small map from his cloak and spreads it out on the table. ((See the website and the map of the baronies))
                > >> >
                > >> > He points a slender finger at the Lawless Wood in Southern Irregarn, right in the forest near the craggy mountain range that seperates the forest from the city of Eyre on the other side. He's pointing at the forest/Irregarn side of the mountains.
                > >> >
                > >> > "Shondheilm," he says, still raspy. "No one has ever really heard of. We don't have great maps. However it does look like there is a medium little settlement here, near the mountains and the forest, where loggers or whatever do something. I suspect that may be your Shondheilm. You should be able to find roads through that wood there out to the town, and there are probably other settlements in there."
                > >> >
                > >> > He pauses.
                > >> >
                > >> > "The Lawless Woods, by the way, are called that because they are bereft of laws, not because they're super-dangerous. It was told of me this morning their name comes from the fact they're not a part of Irregarn OR of Stinette, or any other real power down there - the closest being the magic College of Shiaan ((ooc: they're the 'good' college of Abjuration and Divination)) who sort of run Eyre but don't come over the mountains. I suspect the woods are as wild as any other large body of unregulated forest, but I don't think they're known to be as dangerous as, say, the Dynfyrr Forest which are known as basically the most dangerous woods in the World if you aren't on Ranger-patrolled pathways. You may remember that, from memory, based on the night you fought Gnolls or something and then Lenneral and Sudipel went running around in the forest at night looking for horses which, I think, got eaten."
                > >> >
                > >> > He takes a breath.
                > >> >
                > >> > "Anyway, so the point is you might have to look for Shondheilm."
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                > >> >
                > >> > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                > >> > > From: nefkler@
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                > >> > > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 15:56:19 +0000
                > >> > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                > >> > > Yes, I would think it would be painful to lift an eyebrow at yourself...
                > >> > >
                > >> > > Nefkler welcomes Henri to the table, "You look well this morning. A little out of practice are we?
                > >> > > you may or may not remember but last night we were discussing an armoury where we could find some items for Bolgir here. And some magic arrows. And also the location of Shindheim, which Lodz was looking for before... well..."
                > >> > >
                > >> > > He goes back to attacking his breakfast. Clearly his belly remembers nights in the wilderness and is trying to eat while it can.
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                > >> > >
                > >> > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@> wrote:
                > >> > > >
                > >> > > > Henri lifts a painful eyebrow at Henri.
                > >> > > >
                > >> > > > "Lay a false trail to indicate you were fighting on the front for Skot instead of pursuing a mysterious mission?"
                > >> > > >
                > >> > > > He looks around with at Sudipel with a hungover smirk.
                > >> > > >
                > >> > > > "What part of 'the Vidame, the Prophet, and his band of merry men are off fighting against Jarid and it's armies and a bl00dy dragon that have nothing to do with the Skywalker Atrocities' doesn't sound exactly like that?... The most compelling part being it's effectively true."
                > >> > > >
                > >> > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                > >> > > > From: winterkilled@
                > >> > > > Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2013 22:42:47 -0800
                > >> > > > Subject: Re: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                > >> > > > Lodz nods at Henri's compliment. "I feel it could also be time for Lodz to grow a beard."
                > >> > > > When Gilbearro threatens to destroy Henri's reputation over what seems to him to be nothing, he turns to Lenneral and says in a stage whisper: "Awkward!"
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                > >> > > > From: Laws <notfranksplanet@>
                > >> > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                > >> > > > Sent: Wednesday, 6 March 2013 5:17 PM
                > >> > > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                > >> > > > "Oh great. That will really help us in our secret mission to discover the truth and bring justice for the attacks on Skot and Skywalker. You realise that if we are discovered to be priest murdering frauds, YOU go down with us as well. I've half a mind to take you with us, I feel that you are not taking your repentence very seriously.
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                > >> > > > "However you could be of use to us here. No doubt our mutual enermy has agents within the city. I thought you could use your, contacts, criers, whatever to leave a false trail for us as we leave today. Any assistance we could get in our mission would be valueable. Nothing too elaborate. YOu could for exampe suggest that Lodz and the prophet are travelling to the desert to seek the lifting of the curse, while Myself and the warriors ar off to the front to fight the Stinettians... or someting like that. lies are your strength, not mine.
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                > >> > > > "It would perhapes put those we pursue off their guard a little. Perhapes not, but worth trying."
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                > >> > > > > The shield is a masterwork. The scale itself is strong and light and full of latent power.
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                > >> > > > > Kite Shield +2: 5% Magic Resistance, +1 to saves v Dragon Breath, Fire, Cold, Electricity, Poison Gas
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                > >> > > > > Henri arrives as you finish breakfast; you wionder how he got there so quickly, though another half hour has now passed. When Gilbearro asks the young Skotian nobleman to hold off on some of the claims, he shakes his head, winces, then explains.
                > >> > > >
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                > >> > > > > "Sorry, Lord Dragonslayer," he says while holding a hungover head. "Events are in train, so to speak. The imagery was just so perfect that I had my people insert it straight into the morning's update. I think you'll find if you spend any time listening to the town criers (on every corner), you'll be as excited as our populace are to learn the Skotian strikeforce lead by Vidame Gilbearro `Dragonslayer' and his trusty comrade The Prophet, fresh from destroying a Jarid army on the ground that was lead by one of their most powerful cultist Druids, then proceeded to defeat an ancient Dragon revered as a protector of the island Barony."
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                > >> > > > > He leans forward and snags a leftover piece of bacon from Cedric's plate and chews it unhappily, quite green.
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                > >> > > > > "You're all famous," he mumbles around the food.
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                > >> > > > > > Gil arose early, clearly annoyed his post dissappeared into the ether.
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                > >> > > > > > First trying a cold shower to rid himself of the after effects of the late night he dresses and decides to go with plan B, greasy breakfast food and hair of the dog.
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                > >> > > > > > "We could get a map of Irregan before we leave, might help locate what we ar looking for. Plus we need to present the seal to the temple of Organa, and hope they have some healing potions to sell us. From what we have seen weapons are scarce in the city, healing is probably the same."
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                > >> > > > > > "I'd also like to talk to Henri again before we go, try to dissuade this Dragonslayer nonsense. It would be best if would keep a lid on our story completely, but I think that would be too much to ask him. We could however use him and his connections to lay a false trail of our whereabouts. Say we've split up, or are off to the stinettian front. Spread rumors of Lodz's death at the hands of this curse and alike. It might buy us some advantage."
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                > >> > > > > > To that end, he asks(pays) Steefe to go to Lord Henri and ask that he attend us at once on a matter of upmost urgency, either here or at the Organan temple.
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                > >> > > > > > OOC: I typed this post out earlier, but it didn't turn up, it may, I prefer the earlier version. If we could have had that conversation with Henri last night then so be it, also we may have handed over the seal earlier too, in which case this is all moot and Gil is read to teleport, though before they went to sleep he should have got cedric to identify the shield.
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                > >> > > > > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, John Layton wrote:
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                > >> > > > > > > Lodz comes down in the morning still leaning heavily on his knotted wooden staff. He has wrapped a fine white cloak, procured from somewhere, around his rainbow robes and has the hood up. A lit cigarro extends from the hood's edge, trailing smoke which smells of cloves and allspice. The rest of his face seems intentionally obscured.
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                > >> > > > > > > He eats sparingly at breakfast but drinks a short beer.Â
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                > >> > > > > > > "I have prepared several teleports and can take us to Vaslui whenever we are ready. We can head from there to Shindheim, once we establish where in the woods it actually is. I had no luck scrying it last night, unfortunately."
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                > >> > > > > > > "On another note, I was able to find Vry and the rest of his group. They appear to be on a mission of great danger and import. They seemed to be resting in between encounters."
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                > >> > > > > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
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                Nefkler nods to Lodz. If you re sure you re good with your clothing and armor, Bolgir? And we re all set with scrolls and things? Then let s get a move on
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                  Nefkler nods to Lodz.
                  "If you're sure you're good with your clothing and armor, Bolgir? And we're all set with scrolls and things? Then let's get a move on while we still have some light to play with after we arrive.
                  Thanks for the hospitality, Henri. Please be sure to thank the Organans again for us.
                  Should we head outside the gates to teleport? We can grab Bolgir an axe on the way out of town."
                  On the way out Nefkler will make sure to thank the innkeeper and his boy for their assistance and will leave them some of the gems from his stash (5k should do it) for their troubles.



                  --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, winterkilled <winterkilled@...> wrote:
                  >
                  > "Then it sounds like every barrier to our immediate departure has been removed. I propose we immediately teleport to Vaslui and from there try to find Shondheim or whatever in name of the Abyss it is called. I have three teleports and a scroll. Cedric has one teleport. That should be ample. I suggest we waste no further time. Objections?"
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                  > Lodz stands and looks around pointedly, looking ready to cast.
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                  > On 08/03/2013, at 1:21, Greg Downes <greg.downes@...> wrote:
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                  > > Bolgir speaks up as people try and arrange him items "I am going to use the Gith Armour, I have clothing now, you got me the hammer, all I am really missing is a Shield and possibly an axe. Other than that I am ready to move on. Gilbaero did you have a shield already that you were using prior to the Dragaon Scale one?" Bolgir asks.
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                  > > On 7 March 2013 19:00, Laws <notfranksplanet@...> wrote:
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                  > >> Gil laughs, tries to think of a reply witty enough to pur Henri in his place, and settles for throwing a grape at his head.
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                  > >> "Right well lets get on our way. Bolgir needs some armor, does anyone else need anything in the city? I think I am good to go!"
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                  > >> --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@> wrote:
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                  > >> > Henri replies to that.
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                  > >> > "Oh, it's worth noting in this that you are, at this point, an image. No one knows what you look like..." He looks around the common room where people are eating without looking at you guys. "They don't know WHO Gilbearro is, otherwise I'm sure they'd be far less impressed."
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                  > >> > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                  > >> > From: sudipel@
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                  > >> > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 20:26:11 -0500
                  > >> > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                  > >> > Sudipel gives the barest of nods to Henri's smirk, knowing as the noble does that sometimes the nearest of truths are the subtlest of misdirections when told for the right reasons. "The less we are seen around, the better," he saysl. "We have done too much and seen too much for me to believe much in coincidences, and no doubt agents of our enemies have eyes in the city. I'd rather we leave quickly and quietly, adoring publicks notwithstanding."
                  > >> >
                  > >> > "Our time fades; let us be back to our quest," the elf finishes.
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                  > >> > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                  > >> > From: naareth@
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                  > >> > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 23:27:47 +0000
                  > >> > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                  > >> > ooc: haha never saw that eyebrow thing. Also, thanks for the reminder on items you are after, I forgot to address it.
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                  > >> > You were handed 20 vials of a deep, luscious green liquid; Extra healing potions (+20). You were also handed four very valuable scrolls; 1 Heal, 3 Neutralise Poison.
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                  > >> > Henri nods a little but looks apologetic.
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                  > >> > "There are, almost literally, no magic items left in this city that aren't totally overvalued. Everything in the armoury is being used by the King's Host, farmed out to favourite nobles. Every shop that sold expensive swords or armour sold out weeks ago as nobleman bought them up. You'll not find anything here or, probably, much of anywhere across the Baronies I would fear."
                  > >> >
                  > >> > "There may well be black market goods but ... well, I think it might be difficult to access them and their cost would be huge."
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                  > >> > "On the other hand, there are armourers around making very decent items that, while maybe not magical, are well done. Most are doing commissions already but if you use this chit," (and he hands you a pass with government details), "you may well skip a queue and buy a number of things that, of course, the Skotian Government would be happy to pay for."
                  > >> >
                  > >> > He pulls out a small map from his cloak and spreads it out on the table. ((See the website and the map of the baronies))
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                  > >> > He points a slender finger at the Lawless Wood in Southern Irregarn, right in the forest near the craggy mountain range that seperates the forest from the city of Eyre on the other side. He's pointing at the forest/Irregarn side of the mountains.
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                  > >> > "Shondheilm," he says, still raspy. "No one has ever really heard of. We don't have great maps. However it does look like there is a medium little settlement here, near the mountains and the forest, where loggers or whatever do something. I suspect that may be your Shondheilm. You should be able to find roads through that wood there out to the town, and there are probably other settlements in there."
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                  > >> > "The Lawless Woods, by the way, are called that because they are bereft of laws, not because they're super-dangerous. It was told of me this morning their name comes from the fact they're not a part of Irregarn OR of Stinette, or any other real power down there - the closest being the magic College of Shiaan ((ooc: they're the 'good' college of Abjuration and Divination)) who sort of run Eyre but don't come over the mountains. I suspect the woods are as wild as any other large body of unregulated forest, but I don't think they're known to be as dangerous as, say, the Dynfyrr Forest which are known as basically the most dangerous woods in the World if you aren't on Ranger-patrolled pathways. You may remember that, from memory, based on the night you fought Gnolls or something and then Lenneral and Sudipel went running around in the forest at night looking for horses which, I think, got eaten."
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                  > >> > He takes a breath.
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                  > >> > "Anyway, so the point is you might have to look for Shondheilm."
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                  > >> > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                  > >> > > From: nefkler@
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                  > >> > > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 15:56:19 +0000
                  > >> > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                  > >> > > Yes, I would think it would be painful to lift an eyebrow at yourself...
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                  > >> > > Nefkler welcomes Henri to the table, "You look well this morning. A little out of practice are we?
                  > >> > > you may or may not remember but last night we were discussing an armoury where we could find some items for Bolgir here. And some magic arrows. And also the location of Shindheim, which Lodz was looking for before... well..."
                  > >> > >
                  > >> > > He goes back to attacking his breakfast. Clearly his belly remembers nights in the wilderness and is trying to eat while it can.
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                  > >> > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@> wrote:
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                  > >> > > > Henri lifts a painful eyebrow at Henri.
                  > >> > > >
                  > >> > > > "Lay a false trail to indicate you were fighting on the front for Skot instead of pursuing a mysterious mission?"
                  > >> > > >
                  > >> > > > He looks around with at Sudipel with a hungover smirk.
                  > >> > > >
                  > >> > > > "What part of 'the Vidame, the Prophet, and his band of merry men are off fighting against Jarid and it's armies and a bl00dy dragon that have nothing to do with the Skywalker Atrocities' doesn't sound exactly like that?... The most compelling part being it's effectively true."
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                  > >> > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                  > >> > > > From: winterkilled@
                  > >> > > > Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2013 22:42:47 -0800
                  > >> > > > Subject: Re: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                  > >> > > > Lodz nods at Henri's compliment. "I feel it could also be time for Lodz to grow a beard."
                  > >> > > > When Gilbearro threatens to destroy Henri's reputation over what seems to him to be nothing, he turns to Lenneral and says in a stage whisper: "Awkward!"
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                  > >> > > > From: Laws <notfranksplanet@>
                  > >> > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                  > >> > > > Sent: Wednesday, 6 March 2013 5:17 PM
                  > >> > > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                  > >> > > > "Oh great. That will really help us in our secret mission to discover the truth and bring justice for the attacks on Skot and Skywalker. You realise that if we are discovered to be priest murdering frauds, YOU go down with us as well. I've half a mind to take you with us, I feel that you are not taking your repentence very seriously.
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                  > >> > > > "However you could be of use to us here. No doubt our mutual enermy has agents within the city. I thought you could use your, contacts, criers, whatever to leave a false trail for us as we leave today. Any assistance we could get in our mission would be valueable. Nothing too elaborate. YOu could for exampe suggest that Lodz and the prophet are travelling to the desert to seek the lifting of the curse, while Myself and the warriors ar off to the front to fight the Stinettians... or someting like that. lies are your strength, not mine.
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                  > >> > > > "It would perhapes put those we pursue off their guard a little. Perhapes not, but worth trying."
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                  > >> > > > > The shield is a masterwork. The scale itself is strong and light and full of latent power.
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                  > >> > > > > Henri arrives as you finish breakfast; you wionder how he got there so quickly, though another half hour has now passed. When Gilbearro asks the young Skotian nobleman to hold off on some of the claims, he shakes his head, winces, then explains.
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                  > >> > > > > "Sorry, Lord Dragonslayer," he says while holding a hungover head. "Events are in train, so to speak. The imagery was just so perfect that I had my people insert it straight into the morning's update. I think you'll find if you spend any time listening to the town criers (on every corner), you'll be as excited as our populace are to learn the Skotian strikeforce lead by Vidame Gilbearro `Dragonslayer' and his trusty comrade The Prophet, fresh from destroying a Jarid army on the ground that was lead by one of their most powerful cultist Druids, then proceeded to defeat an ancient Dragon revered as a protector of the island Barony."
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                  > >> > > > > He leans forward and snags a leftover piece of bacon from Cedric's plate and chews it unhappily, quite green.
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                  > >> > > > > "You're all famous," he mumbles around the food.
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                  > >> > > > > > Gil arose early, clearly annoyed his post dissappeared into the ether.
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                  > >> > > > > > First trying a cold shower to rid himself of the after effects of the late night he dresses and decides to go with plan B, greasy breakfast food and hair of the dog.
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                  > >> > > > > > "We could get a map of Irregan before we leave, might help locate what we ar looking for. Plus we need to present the seal to the temple of Organa, and hope they have some healing potions to sell us. From what we have seen weapons are scarce in the city, healing is probably the same."
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                  > >> > > > > > "I'd also like to talk to Henri again before we go, try to dissuade this Dragonslayer nonsense. It would be best if would keep a lid on our story completely, but I think that would be too much to ask him. We could however use him and his connections to lay a false trail of our whereabouts. Say we've split up, or are off to the stinettian front. Spread rumors of Lodz's death at the hands of this curse and alike. It might buy us some advantage."
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                  > >> > > > > > To that end, he asks(pays) Steefe to go to Lord Henri and ask that he attend us at once on a matter of upmost urgency, either here or at the Organan temple.
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                  > >> > > > > > OOC: I typed this post out earlier, but it didn't turn up, it may, I prefer the earlier version. If we could have had that conversation with Henri last night then so be it, also we may have handed over the seal earlier too, in which case this is all moot and Gil is read to teleport, though before they went to sleep he should have got cedric to identify the shield.
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                  > >> > > > > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, John Layton wrote:
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                  > >> > > > > > > Lodz comes down in the morning still leaning heavily on his knotted wooden staff. He has wrapped a fine white cloak, procured from somewhere, around his rainbow robes and has the hood up. A lit cigarro extends from the hood's edge, trailing smoke which smells of cloves and allspice. The rest of his face seems intentionally obscured.
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                  > >> > > > > > > He eats sparingly at breakfast but drinks a short beer.Â
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                  > >> > > > > > > "I have prepared several teleports and can take us to Vaslui whenever we are ready. We can head from there to Shindheim, once we establish where in the woods it actually is. I had no luck scrying it last night, unfortunately."
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                  Henri nods and pats Nefkler on the shoulder, and accompanies the group outside after they grab all their belongings. The Innkeeper accepts Nefkler s pouch of
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                    Henri nods and pats Nefkler on the shoulder, and accompanies the group outside after they grab all their belongings. The Innkeeper accepts Nefkler's pouch of gems thankfully, not looking inside politely, but when the group is standing around outside in the square, getting settled, you hear an almight screech of joyful surprise and surmise he may have just looked inside at his newfound wealth.
                     
                    "Well," Henri mumbles, shading his eyes and squinting painfully in the full morning sunlight, "I will get back to the old war effort."
                     
                    "I know it's hard... and I know to some of you I'm not doing what Skywalker asked us to do... but I can only hope the things I do here, trying to keep people off your back, trying to bolster your image within Skotian circles and the country... well, I'm desperately trying to stave off those who will never, ever look past what we did on that hill in that little church a month ago."
                     
                    His joyful facade is gone.
                     
                    "Please, do this thing. Regain Skywalker's lost power and stop this evil, sadistic fellow from profitting in any way from the deaths of hundreds of people."
                     
                    He looks around, smiles again weakly and waves. Then turns and wanders away, drifting into the morning crowds and the vanishing from sight.
                     
                    ooc: Lodz - to clarify, I know you're going to that town and I know we discussed your small familiarity with it. I'm interested to know where, exactly, you want the group to teleport into.
                     
                    ooc: it's 11am
                     
                    > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                    > From: nefkler@...
                    > Date: Sat, 9 Mar 2013 03:01:53 +0000
                    > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
                    >
                    > Nefkler nods to Lodz.
                    > "If you're sure you're good with your clothing and armor, Bolgir? And we're all set with scrolls and things? Then let's get a move on while we still have some light to play with after we arrive.
                    > Thanks for the hospitality, Henri. Please be sure to thank the Organans again for us.
                    > Should we head outside the gates to teleport? We can grab Bolgir an axe on the way out of town."
                    > On the way out Nefkler will make sure to thank the innkeeper and his boy for their assistance and will leave them some of the gems from his stash (5k should do it) for their troubles.
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                    > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, winterkilled <winterkilled@...> wrote:
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                    > > "Then it sounds like every barrier to our immediate departure has been removed. I propose we immediately teleport to Vaslui and from there try to find Shondheim or whatever in name of the Abyss it is called. I have three teleports and a scroll. Cedric has one teleport. That should be ample. I suggest we waste no further time. Objections?"
                    > >
                    > > Lodz stands and looks around pointedly, looking ready to cast.
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                    > > On 08/03/2013, at 1:21, Greg Downes <greg.downes@...> wrote:
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                    > > > Bolgir speaks up as people try and arrange him items "I am going to use the Gith Armour, I have clothing now, you got me the hammer, all I am really missing is a Shield and possibly an axe. Other than that I am ready to move on. Gilbaero did you have a shield already that you were using prior to the Dragaon Scale one?" Bolgir asks.
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                    > > > On 7 March 2013 19:00, Laws <notfranksplanet@...> wrote:
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                    > > >> Gil laughs, tries to think of a reply witty enough to pur Henri in his place, and settles for throwing a grape at his head.
                    > > >>
                    > > >> "Right well lets get on our way. Bolgir needs some armor, does anyone else need anything in the city? I think I am good to go!"
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                    > > >> --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@> wrote:
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                    > > >> > Henri replies to that.
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                    > > >> > "Oh, it's worth noting in this that you are, at this point, an image. No one knows what you look like..." He looks around the common room where people are eating without looking at you guys. "They don't know WHO Gilbearro is, otherwise I'm sure they'd be far less impressed."
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                    > > >> > From: sudipel@
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                    > > >> > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 20:26:11 -0500
                    > > >> > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                    > > >> > Sudipel gives the barest of nods to Henri's smirk, knowing as the noble does that sometimes the nearest of truths are the subtlest of misdirections when told for the right reasons. "The less we are seen around, the better," he saysl. "We have done too much and seen too much for me to believe much in coincidences, and no doubt agents of our enemies have eyes in the city. I'd rather we leave quickly and quietly, adoring publicks notwithstanding."
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                    > > >> > "Our time fades; let us be back to our quest," the elf finishes.
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                    > > >> > From: naareth@
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                    > > >> > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 23:27:47 +0000
                    > > >> > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                    > > >> > ooc: haha never saw that eyebrow thing. Also, thanks for the reminder on items you are after, I forgot to address it.
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                    > > >> > You were handed 20 vials of a deep, luscious green liquid; Extra healing potions (+20). You were also handed four very valuable scrolls; 1 Heal, 3 Neutralise Poison.
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                    > > >> > Henri nods a little but looks apologetic.
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                    > > >> > "There are, almost literally, no magic items left in this city that aren't totally overvalued. Everything in the armoury is being used by the King's Host, farmed out to favourite nobles. Every shop that sold expensive swords or armour sold out weeks ago as nobleman bought them up. You'll not find anything here or, probably, much of anywhere across the Baronies I would fear."
                    > > >> >
                    > > >> > "There may well be black market goods but ... well, I think it might be difficult to access them and their cost would be huge."
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                    > > >> > "On the other hand, there are armourers around making very decent items that, while maybe not magical, are well done. Most are doing commissions already but if you use this chit," (and he hands you a pass with government details), "you may well skip a queue and buy a number of things that, of course, the Skotian Government would be happy to pay for."
                    > > >> >
                    > > >> > He pulls out a small map from his cloak and spreads it out on the table. ((See the website and the map of the baronies))
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                    > > >> > He points a slender finger at the Lawless Wood in Southern Irregarn, right in the forest near the craggy mountain range that seperates the forest from the city of Eyre on the other side. He's pointing at the forest/Irregarn side of the mountains.
                    > > >> >
                    > > >> > "Shondheilm," he says, still raspy. "No one has ever really heard of. We don't have great maps. However it does look like there is a medium little settlement here, near the mountains and the forest, where loggers or whatever do something. I suspect that may be your Shondheilm. You should be able to find roads through that wood there out to the town, and there are probably other settlements in there."
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                    > > >> > He pauses.
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                    > > >> > "The Lawless Woods, by the way, are called that because they are bereft of laws, not because they're super-dangerous. It was told of me this morning their name comes from the fact they're not a part of Irregarn OR of Stinette, or any other real power down there - the closest being the magic College of Shiaan ((ooc: they're the 'good' college of Abjuration and Divination)) who sort of run Eyre but don't come over the mountains. I suspect the woods are as wild as any other large body of unregulated forest, but I don't think they're known to be as dangerous as, say, the Dynfyrr Forest which are known as basically the most dangerous woods in the World if you aren't on Ranger-patrolled pathways. You may remember that, from memory, based on the night you fought Gnolls or something and then Lenneral and Sudipel went running around in the forest at night looking for horses which, I think, got eaten."
                    > > >> >
                    > > >> > He takes a breath.
                    > > >> >
                    > > >> > "Anyway, so the point is you might have to look for Shondheilm."
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                    > > >> > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                    > > >> > > From: nefkler@
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                    > > >> > > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 15:56:19 +0000
                    > > >> > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                    > > >> > > Yes, I would think it would be painful to lift an eyebrow at yourself...
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                    > > >> > > Nefkler welcomes Henri to the table, "You look well this morning. A little out of practice are we?
                    > > >> > > you may or may not remember but last night we were discussing an armoury where we could find some items for Bolgir here. And some magic arrows. And also the location of Shindheim, which Lodz was looking for before... well..."
                    > > >> > >
                    > > >> > > He goes back to attacking his breakfast. Clearly his belly remembers nights in the wilderness and is trying to eat while it can.
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                    > > >> > >
                    > > >> > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@> wrote:
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                    > > >> > > > Henri lifts a painful eyebrow at Henri.
                    > > >> > > >
                    > > >> > > > "Lay a false trail to indicate you were fighting on the front for Skot instead of pursuing a mysterious mission?"
                    > > >> > > >
                    > > >> > > > He looks around with at Sudipel with a hungover smirk.
                    > > >> > > >
                    > > >> > > > "What part of 'the Vidame, the Prophet, and his band of merry men are off fighting against Jarid and it's armies and a bl00dy dragon that have nothing to do with the Skywalker Atrocities' doesn't sound exactly like that?... The most compelling part being it's effectively true."
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                    > > >> > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                    > > >> > > > From: winterkilled@
                    > > >> > > > Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2013 22:42:47 -0800
                    > > >> > > > Subject: Re: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                    > > >> > > > Lodz nods at Henri's compliment. "I feel it could also be time for Lodz to grow a beard."
                    > > >> > > > When Gilbearro threatens to destroy Henri's reputation over what seems to him to be nothing, he turns to Lenneral and says in a stage whisper: "Awkward!"
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                    > > >> > > > From: Laws <notfranksplanet@>
                    > > >> > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                    > > >> > > > Sent: Wednesday, 6 March 2013 5:17 PM
                    > > >> > > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                    > > >> > > > "Oh great. That will really help us in our secret mission to discover the truth and bring justice for the attacks on Skot and Skywalker. You realise that if we are discovered to be priest murdering frauds, YOU go down with us as well. I've half a mind to take you with us, I feel that you are not taking your repentence very seriously.
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                    > > >> > > > "However you could be of use to us here. No doubt our mutual enermy has agents within the city. I thought you could use your, contacts, criers, whatever to leave a false trail for us as we leave today. Any assistance we could get in our mission would be valueable. Nothing too elaborate. YOu could for exampe suggest that Lodz and the prophet are travelling to the desert to seek the lifting of the curse, while Myself and the warriors ar off to the front to fight the Stinettians... or someting like that. lies are your strength, not mine.
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                    > > >> > > > "It would perhapes put those we pursue off their guard a little. Perhapes not, but worth trying."
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                    > > >> > > > > Henri arrives as you finish breakfast; you wionder how he got there so quickly, though another half hour has now passed. When Gilbearro asks the young Skotian nobleman to hold off on some of the claims, he shakes his head, winces, then explains.
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                    > > >> > > > > "Sorry, Lord Dragonslayer," he says while holding a hungover head. "Events are in train, so to speak. The imagery was just so perfect that I had my people insert it straight into the morning's update. I think you'll find if you spend any time listening to the town criers (on every corner), you'll be as excited as our populace are to learn the Skotian strikeforce lead by Vidame Gilbearro `Dragonslayer' and his trusty comrade The Prophet, fresh from destroying a Jarid army on the ground that was lead by one of their most powerful cultist Druids, then proceeded to defeat an ancient Dragon revered as a protector of the island Barony."
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                    > > >> > > > > "Nice new look, the rainbow thing was a little crazy."
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                    > > >> > > > > > Gil arose early, clearly annoyed his post dissappeared into the ether.
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                    > > >> > > > > > First trying a cold shower to rid himself of the after effects of the late night he dresses and decides to go with plan B, greasy breakfast food and hair of the dog.
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                    > > >> > > > > > "We could get a map of Irregan before we leave, might help locate what we ar looking for. Plus we need to present the seal to the temple of Organa, and hope they have some healing potions to sell us. From what we have seen weapons are scarce in the city, healing is probably the same."
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                    > > >> > > > > > "I'd also like to talk to Henri again before we go, try to dissuade this Dragonslayer nonsense. It would be best if would keep a lid on our story completely, but I think that would be too much to ask him. We could however use him and his connections to lay a false trail of our whereabouts. Say we've split up, or are off to the stinettian front. Spread rumors of Lodz's death at the hands of this curse and alike. It might buy us some advantage."
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                    > > >> > > > > > OOC: I typed this post out earlier, but it didn't turn up, it may, I prefer the earlier version. If we could have had that conversation with Henri last night then so be it, also we may have handed over the seal earlier too, in which case this is all moot and Gil is read to teleport, though before they went to sleep he should have got cedric to identify the shield.
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                    > > >> > > > > > > Lodz comes down in the morning still leaning heavily on his knotted wooden staff. He has wrapped a fine white cloak, procured from somewhere, around his rainbow robes and has the hood up. A lit cigarro extends from the hood's edge, trailing smoke which smells of cloves and allspice. The rest of his face seems intentionally obscured.
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                    > > >> > > > > > > "I have prepared several teleports and can take us to Vaslui whenever we are ready. We can head from there to Shindheim, once we establish where in the woods it actually is. I had no luck scrying it last night, unfortunately."
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                  • John Layton
                    Lodz does intend to leave from the Common Room of the Inn, taking Cedric first, I guess, and one of the elves. He intends to teleport the party to just outside
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                      Lodz does intend to leave from the Common Room of the Inn, taking Cedric first, I guess, and one of the elves.

                      He intends to teleport the party to just outside of the town of Vaslui, to a small clearing where he rested after getting kicked out the local inn for scamming the innkeeper.

                      Let me know if you need more.


                      From: Adam Wallace <naareth@...>
                      To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                      Sent: Saturday, 9 March 2013 2:12 PM
                      Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot

                       
                      Henri nods and pats Nefkler on the shoulder, and accompanies the group outside after they grab all their belongings. The Innkeeper accepts Nefkler's pouch of gems thankfully, not looking inside politely, but when the group is standing around outside in the square, getting settled, you hear an almight screech of joyful surprise and surmise he may have just looked inside at his newfound wealth.
                       
                      "Well," Henri mumbles, shading his eyes and squinting painfully in the full morning sunlight, "I will get back to the old war effort."
                       
                      "I know it's hard... and I know to some of you I'm not doing what Skywalker asked us to do... but I can only hope the things I do here, trying to keep people off your back, trying to bolster your image within Skotian circles and the country... well, I'm desperately trying to stave off those who will never, ever look past what we did on that hill in that little church a month ago."
                       
                      His joyful facade is gone.
                       
                      "Please, do this thing. Regain Skywalker's lost power and stop this evil, sadistic fellow from profitting in any way from the deaths of hundreds of people."
                       
                      He looks around, smiles again weakly and waves. Then turns and wanders away, drifting into the morning crowds and the vanishing from sight.
                       
                      ooc: Lodz - to clarify, I know you're going to that town and I know we discussed your small familiarity with it. I'm interested to know where, exactly, you want the group to teleport into.
                       
                      ooc: it's 11am
                       
                      > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                      > From: nefkler@...
                      > Date: Sat, 9 Mar 2013 03:01:53 +0000
                      > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
                      >
                      > Nefkler nods to Lodz.
                      > "If you're sure you're good with your clothing and armor, Bolgir? And we're all set with scrolls and things? Then let's get a move on while we still have some light to play with after we arrive.
                      > Thanks for the hospitality, Henri. Please be sure to thank the Organans again for us.
                      > Should we head outside the gates to teleport? We can grab Bolgir an axe on the way out of town."
                      > On the way out Nefkler will make sure to thank the innkeeper and his boy for their assistance and will leave them some of the gems from his stash (5k should do it) for their troubles.
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                      > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, winterkilled
                      <winterkilled@...> wrote:
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                      > > "Then it sounds like every barrier to our immediate departure has been removed. I propose we immediately teleport to Vaslui and from there try to find Shondheim or whatever in name of the Abyss it is called. I have three teleports and a scroll. Cedric has one teleport. That should be ample. I suggest we waste no further time. Objections?"
                      > >
                      > > Lodz stands and looks around pointedly, looking ready to cast.
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                      > > On 08/03/2013, at 1:21, Greg Downes <greg.downes@...> wrote:
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                      > > > Bolgir speaks up as people try and arrange him items "I am going to use the Gith Armour, I have clothing now, you got me the hammer, all I am really missing is a Shield and possibly an axe. Other than that I am ready to move on. Gilbaero did you have a shield already that you were using prior to the Dragaon Scale one?" Bolgir asks.
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                      > > > On 7 March 2013 19:00, Laws <notfranksplanet@...> wrote:
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                      > > >> Gil laughs, tries to think of a reply witty enough to pur Henri in his place, and settles for throwing a grape at his head.
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                      > > >> "Right well lets get on our way. Bolgir needs some armor, does anyone else need anything in the city? I think I am good to go!"
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                      > > >> --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@> wrote:
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                      > > >> > Henri replies to that.
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                      > > >> > "Oh, it's worth noting in this that you are, at this point, an image. No one knows what you look like..." He looks
                      around the common room where people are eating without looking at you guys. "They don't know WHO Gilbearro is, otherwise I'm sure they'd be far less impressed."
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                      > > >> > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                      > > >> > From: sudipel@
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                      > > >> > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 20:26:11 -0500
                      > > >> > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                      > > >> > Sudipel gives the barest
                      of nods to Henri's smirk, knowing as the noble does that sometimes the nearest of truths are the subtlest of misdirections when told for the right reasons. "The less we are seen around, the better," he saysl. "We have done too much and seen too much for me to believe much in coincidences, and no doubt agents of our enemies have eyes in the city. I'd rather we leave quickly and quietly, adoring publicks notwithstanding."
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> > "Our time fades; let us be back to our quest," the elf finishes.
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                      > > >> > From: naareth@
                      > > >>
                      > > >> > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 23:27:47 +0000
                      > > >> > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in
                      Skot
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> > ooc: haha never saw that eyebrow thing. Also, thanks for the reminder on items you are after, I forgot to address it.
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> > You were handed 20 vials of a deep, luscious green liquid; Extra healing potions (+20). You were also handed four very valuable scrolls; 1 Heal, 3 Neutralise Poison.
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> > ic:
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> > Henri nods a little but looks apologetic.
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> > "There are, almost literally, no magic items left in this city that aren't totally overvalued. Everything in the armoury is being used by the King's Host, farmed out to favourite nobles. Every shop that sold expensive
                      swords or armour sold out weeks ago as nobleman bought them up. You'll not find anything here or, probably, much of anywhere across the Baronies I would fear."
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> > "There may well be black market goods but ... well, I think it might be difficult to access them and their cost would be huge."
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> > "On the other hand, there are armourers around making very decent items that, while maybe not magical, are well done. Most are doing commissions already but if you use this chit," (and he hands you a pass with government details), "you may well skip a queue and buy a number of things that, of course, the Skotian Government would be happy to pay for."
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> > He pulls out a small map from his cloak and spreads it out on the table. ((See the website and the map of the baronies))
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> > He points a slender finger at the Lawless Wood in Southern Irregarn, right in the forest near the craggy mountain range that seperates the forest from the city of Eyre on the other side. He's pointing at the forest/Irregarn side of the mountains.
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> > "Shondheilm," he says, still raspy. "No one has ever really heard of. We don't have great maps. However it does look like there is a medium little settlement here, near the mountains and the forest, where loggers or whatever do something. I suspect that may be your Shondheilm. You should be able to find roads through that wood there out to the town, and there are probably other settlements in there."
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> > He pauses.
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> > "The Lawless Woods, by the way, are called that because they are bereft of laws, not because they're super-dangerous. It was
                      told of me this morning their name comes from the fact they're not a part of Irregarn OR of Stinette, or any other real power down there - the closest being the magic College of Shiaan ((ooc: they're the 'good' college of Abjuration and Divination)) who sort of run Eyre but don't come over the mountains. I suspect the woods are as wild as any other large body of unregulated forest, but I don't think they're known to be as dangerous as, say, the Dynfyrr Forest which are known as basically the most dangerous woods in the World if you aren't on Ranger-patrolled pathways. You may remember that, from memory, based on the night you fought Gnolls or something and then Lenneral and Sudipel went running around in the forest at night looking for horses which, I think, got eaten."
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> > He takes a breath.
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> > "Anyway, so the point is you might have to look for
                      Shondheilm."
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> >
                      > > >> > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                      > > >> > > From: nefkler@
                      > > >>
                      > > >> > > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 15:56:19 +0000
                      > > >> > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
                      > > >> > >
                      > > >> > > Yes, I would think it would be painful to lift an eyebrow at yourself...
                      > > >> > >
                      > > >> > > Nefkler welcomes Henri to the table, "You look well this morning. A little out of practice are we?
                      > > >> > > you may or may not remember but last night we were discussing an armoury where we could find some items for Bolgir here. And some magic arrows. And also the location of Shindheim, which Lodz was looking for
                      before... well..."
                      > > >> > >
                      > > >> > > He goes back to attacking his breakfast. Clearly his belly remembers nights in the wilderness and is trying to eat while it can.
                      > > >> > >
                      > > >> > >
                      > > >> > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@> wrote:
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > Henri lifts a painful eyebrow at Henri.
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > "Lay a false trail to indicate you were fighting on the front for Skot instead of pursuing a mysterious mission?"
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > He looks around with at Sudipel with a hungover smirk.
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > "What part of 'the Vidame, the Prophet, and his band of merry men
                      are off fighting against Jarid and it's armies and a bl00dy dragon that have nothing to do with the Skywalker Atrocities' doesn't sound exactly like that?... The most compelling part being it's effectively true."
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                      > > >> > > > From: winterkilled@
                      > > >> > > > Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2013 22:42:47 -0800
                      > > >> > > > Subject: Re: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
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                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > Lodz nods at Henri's compliment. "I feel it could also be time for Lodz to grow a beard."
                      > > >> > > > When Gilbearro threatens to destroy Henri's reputation over what seems to him to be nothing, he turns to Lenneral and says in a stage whisper: "Awkward!"
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > From: Laws <notfranksplanet@>
                      > > >> > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                      > > >> > > > Sent: Wednesday, 6 March 2013 5:17 PM
                      > > >> > > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
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                      > > >> > > >
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                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > "Oh great. That will really help us in our secret mission to discover the truth and bring justice for the attacks on Skot and Skywalker. You realise that if we are discovered to be priest murdering frauds, YOU go down with us as well. I've half a mind to take you with us, I feel that you are not taking your repentence very seriously.
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > "However you could be of use to us here. No doubt our mutual enermy has agents within the city. I thought you could use your, contacts, criers, whatever to leave a false trail for us as we leave today. Any assistance we could get in our mission would be valueable. Nothing too elaborate. YOu could for exampe suggest that Lodz and the prophet are travelling to the desert to seek the lifting
                      of the curse, while Myself and the warriors ar off to the front to fight the Stinettians... or someting like that. lies are your strength, not mine.
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > "It would perhapes put those we pursue off their guard a little. Perhapes not, but worth trying."
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, "eirare" wrote:
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > The shield is a masterwork. The scale itself is strong and light and full of latent power.
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > Kite Shield +2: 5% Magic
                      Resistance, +1 to saves v Dragon Breath, Fire, Cold, Electricity, Poison Gas
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > Henri arrives as you finish breakfast; you wionder how he got there so quickly, though another half hour has now passed. When Gilbearro asks the young Skotian nobleman to hold off on some of the claims, he shakes his head, winces, then explains.
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > "Sorry, Lord Dragonslayer," he says while holding a hungover head. "Events are in train, so to speak. The imagery was just so perfect that I had my people insert it straight into the morning's update. I think you'll find if you spend any time listening to the town criers (on every corner), you'll be as excited as our
                      populace are to learn the Skotian strikeforce lead by Vidame Gilbearro `Dragonslayer' and his trusty comrade The Prophet, fresh from destroying a Jarid army on the ground that was lead by one of their most powerful cultist Druids, then proceeded to defeat an ancient Dragon revered as a protector of the island Barony."
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > He leans forward and snags a leftover piece of bacon from Cedric's plate and chews it unhappily, quite green.
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > "You're all famous," he mumbles around the food.
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > He
                      glances at Lodz's new outfit.
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > "Nice new look, the rainbow thing was a little crazy."
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, "Laws" wrote:
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > Gil arose early, clearly annoyed his post dissappeared into the ether.
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > First trying
                      a cold shower to rid himself of the after effects of the late night he dresses and decides to go with plan B, greasy breakfast food and hair of the dog.
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > "We could get a map of Irregan before we leave, might help locate what we ar looking for. Plus we need to present the seal to the temple of Organa, and hope they have some healing potions to sell us. From what we have seen weapons are scarce in the city, healing is probably the same."
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > "I'd also like to talk to Henri again before we go, try to dissuade this Dragonslayer nonsense. It would be best if would keep a lid on our story completely, but I think that would be
                      too much to ask him. We could however use him and his connections to lay a false trail of our whereabouts. Say we've split up, or are off to the stinettian front. Spread rumors of Lodz's death at the hands of this curse and alike. It might buy us some advantage."
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > To that end, he asks(pays) Steefe to go to Lord Henri and ask that he attend us at once on a matter of upmost urgency, either here or at the Organan temple.
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > OOC: I typed this post out earlier, but it didn't turn up, it may, I prefer the earlier version. If we could have had
                      that conversation with Henri last night then so be it, also we may have handed over the seal earlier too, in which case this is all moot and Gil is read to teleport, though before they went to sleep he should have got cedric to identify the shield.
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, John Layton wrote:
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > > Lodz comes down in the morning still leaning heavily on his knotted wooden staff. He has wrapped a fine white cloak, procured from somewhere, around his rainbow robes and has the hood up. A lit cigarro extends from the hood's edge, trailing smoke which smells of cloves and allspice. The rest of his face
                      seems intentionally obscured.
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > > He eats sparingly at breakfast but drinks a short beer.Â
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > > "I have prepared several teleports and can take us to Vaslui whenever we are ready. We can head from there to Shindheim, once we establish where in the woods it actually is. I had no luck scrying it last night, unfortunately."
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > >
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > > "On another note, I was able to find Vry and the rest of his group. They appear to be on a mission of
                      great danger and import. They seemed to be resting in between encounters."
                      > > >> > > >
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                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > > ________________________________
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > > From: eirare
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > > Sent: Tuesday, 5 March 2013 10:44 AM
                      > > >> > > >
                      > > >> > > > > > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                      > > >> > > > > > > Morning dawns. Some of you wake with heavy heads, others more rested. At some point, the party wandered through the streets of Skot back to the King's Peace, bursting in on poor Steefe trying to have a sleep in the common room.
                      > > >> > > >
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                      > > >> > > > > > > You shuffle downstairs, vague memories of a wasted Henri waxing on about how he'll make Gilbearro Dragonslayer a household name and how many ideas he has to increase the Prophet legend, which is taking hold `particularly in Eastern Skot, out by Tanalasta'.
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                      > > >> > > > > > > You meet at a table, and help yourselves to food served by the apprehensive innkeeper. Your bags are packed and you're ready to go. It's about 9.30 am (some of you slept in).
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                      > > >> > > > > > > What's the plan?
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                      > > >> > > > > > > ooc: Do me a favour and just add an ooc post at the bottom with your current HP, regardless of whether you went up or not. Thanks.
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                    • nefkler
                      ooc: unless anyone has any better ideas I m going with: level 1: animal friendship, detect evil, detect magic, detect snares/pits, entangle, protection from
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                        ooc: unless anyone has any better ideas I'm going with:

                        level 1: animal friendship, detect evil, detect magic, detect snares/pits, entangle, protection from evil
                        level 2: aid, enthrall, find traps, know align, produce flame, speak w/ animals
                        level 3: call lightning, dispel magic, plant growth, pyrotechnics, spike growth
                        level 4: call woodland beings, produce fire, speak with plants, stick to snake, tongues
                        level 5: commune w/ nature, dispel evil, flame strike, true seeing


                        --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, "eirare" <naareth@...> wrote:
                        >
                        > ooc: So... teleporting now? No one has said anything otherwise. Lodz, are you just going to leave from the common room of the Inn? What's the plan. Also, have you got some info about where you're going?
                        >
                        > Remember, Cedric may have a teleport but unless you take him with you, than back, he can't actually teleport there. So Lodz will need to cast 3 and Cedric 1.
                        >
                        > ooc2: Please post your day's spell list all casters.
                        >
                        > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, winterkilled <winterkilled@> wrote:
                        > >
                        > > "Then it sounds like every barrier to our immediate departure has been removed. I propose we immediately teleport to Vaslui and from there try to find Shondheim or whatever in name of the Abyss it is called. I have three teleports and a scroll. Cedric has one teleport. That should be ample. I suggest we waste no further time. Objections?"
                        > >
                        > > Lodz stands and looks around pointedly, looking ready to cast.
                        > >
                        > > On 08/03/2013, at 1:21, Greg Downes <greg.downes@> wrote:
                        > >
                        > > > Bolgir speaks up as people try and arrange him items "I am going to use the Gith Armour, I have clothing now, you got me the hammer, all I am really missing is a Shield and possibly an axe. Other than that I am ready to move on. Gilbaero did you have a shield already that you were using prior to the Dragaon Scale one?" Bolgir asks.
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                        > > > On 7 March 2013 19:00, Laws <notfranksplanet@> wrote:
                        > > >>
                        > > >> Gil laughs, tries to think of a reply witty enough to pur Henri in his place, and settles for throwing a grape at his head.
                        > > >>
                        > > >> "Right well lets get on our way. Bolgir needs some armor, does anyone else need anything in the city? I think I am good to go!"
                        > > >>
                        > > >>
                        > > >>
                        > > >> --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@> wrote:
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> > Henri replies to that.
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> > "Oh, it's worth noting in this that you are, at this point, an image. No one knows what you look like..." He looks around the common room where people are eating without looking at you guys. "They don't know WHO Gilbearro is, otherwise I'm sure they'd be far less impressed."
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> > He grins at Gilbearro.
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                        > > >> > From: sudipel@
                        > > >>
                        > > >> > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 20:26:11 -0500
                        > > >> > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> >
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                        > > >> >
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> > Sudipel gives the barest of nods to Henri's smirk, knowing as the noble does that sometimes the nearest of truths are the subtlest of misdirections when told for the right reasons. "The less we are seen around, the better," he saysl. "We have done too much and seen too much for me to believe much in coincidences, and no doubt agents of our enemies have eyes in the city. I'd rather we leave quickly and quietly, adoring publicks notwithstanding."
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> > "Our time fades; let us be back to our quest," the elf finishes.
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                        > > >> > From: naareth@
                        > > >>
                        > > >> > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 23:27:47 +0000
                        > > >> > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> > ooc: haha never saw that eyebrow thing. Also, thanks for the reminder on items you are after, I forgot to address it.
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> > You were handed 20 vials of a deep, luscious green liquid; Extra healing potions (+20). You were also handed four very valuable scrolls; 1 Heal, 3 Neutralise Poison.
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> > ic:
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> > Henri nods a little but looks apologetic.
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> > "There are, almost literally, no magic items left in this city that aren't totally overvalued. Everything in the armoury is being used by the King's Host, farmed out to favourite nobles. Every shop that sold expensive swords or armour sold out weeks ago as nobleman bought them up. You'll not find anything here or, probably, much of anywhere across the Baronies I would fear."
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> > "There may well be black market goods but ... well, I think it might be difficult to access them and their cost would be huge."
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> > "On the other hand, there are armourers around making very decent items that, while maybe not magical, are well done. Most are doing commissions already but if you use this chit," (and he hands you a pass with government details), "you may well skip a queue and buy a number of things that, of course, the Skotian Government would be happy to pay for."
                        > > >> >
                        > > >> > He pulls out a small map from his cloak and spreads it out on the table. ((See the website and the map of the baronies))
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                        > > >> > He points a slender finger at the Lawless Wood in Southern Irregarn, right in the forest near the craggy mountain range that seperates the forest from the city of Eyre on the other side. He's pointing at the forest/Irregarn side of the mountains.
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                        > > >> > "Shondheilm," he says, still raspy. "No one has ever really heard of. We don't have great maps. However it does look like there is a medium little settlement here, near the mountains and the forest, where loggers or whatever do something. I suspect that may be your Shondheilm. You should be able to find roads through that wood there out to the town, and there are probably other settlements in there."
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                        > > >> > He pauses.
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                        > > >> > "The Lawless Woods, by the way, are called that because they are bereft of laws, not because they're super-dangerous. It was told of me this morning their name comes from the fact they're not a part of Irregarn OR of Stinette, or any other real power down there - the closest being the magic College of Shiaan ((ooc: they're the 'good' college of Abjuration and Divination)) who sort of run Eyre but don't come over the mountains. I suspect the woods are as wild as any other large body of unregulated forest, but I don't think they're known to be as dangerous as, say, the Dynfyrr Forest which are known as basically the most dangerous woods in the World if you aren't on Ranger-patrolled pathways. You may remember that, from memory, based on the night you fought Gnolls or something and then Lenneral and Sudipel went running around in the forest at night looking for horses which, I think, got eaten."
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                        > > >> > He takes a breath.
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                        > > >> > "Anyway, so the point is you might have to look for Shondheilm."
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                        > > >> > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                        > > >> > > From: nefkler@
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                        > > >> > > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 15:56:19 +0000
                        > > >> > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                        > > >> > > Yes, I would think it would be painful to lift an eyebrow at yourself...
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                        > > >> > > Nefkler welcomes Henri to the table, "You look well this morning. A little out of practice are we?
                        > > >> > > you may or may not remember but last night we were discussing an armoury where we could find some items for Bolgir here. And some magic arrows. And also the location of Shindheim, which Lodz was looking for before... well..."
                        > > >> > >
                        > > >> > > He goes back to attacking his breakfast. Clearly his belly remembers nights in the wilderness and is trying to eat while it can.
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                        > > >> > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@> wrote:
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                        > > >> > > > Henri lifts a painful eyebrow at Henri.
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                        > > >> > > > "Lay a false trail to indicate you were fighting on the front for Skot instead of pursuing a mysterious mission?"
                        > > >> > > >
                        > > >> > > > He looks around with at Sudipel with a hungover smirk.
                        > > >> > > >
                        > > >> > > > "What part of 'the Vidame, the Prophet, and his band of merry men are off fighting against Jarid and it's armies and a bl00dy dragon that have nothing to do with the Skywalker Atrocities' doesn't sound exactly like that?... The most compelling part being it's effectively true."
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                        > > >> > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                        > > >> > > > From: winterkilled@
                        > > >> > > > Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2013 22:42:47 -0800
                        > > >> > > > Subject: Re: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                        > > >> > > > Lodz nods at Henri's compliment. "I feel it could also be time for Lodz to grow a beard."
                        > > >> > > > When Gilbearro threatens to destroy Henri's reputation over what seems to him to be nothing, he turns to Lenneral and says in a stage whisper: "Awkward!"
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                        > > >> > > > From: Laws <notfranksplanet@>
                        > > >> > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                        > > >> > > > Sent: Wednesday, 6 March 2013 5:17 PM
                        > > >> > > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                        > > >> > > > "Oh great. That will really help us in our secret mission to discover the truth and bring justice for the attacks on Skot and Skywalker. You realise that if we are discovered to be priest murdering frauds, YOU go down with us as well. I've half a mind to take you with us, I feel that you are not taking your repentence very seriously.
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                        > > >> > > > "However you could be of use to us here. No doubt our mutual enermy has agents within the city. I thought you could use your, contacts, criers, whatever to leave a false trail for us as we leave today. Any assistance we could get in our mission would be valueable. Nothing too elaborate. YOu could for exampe suggest that Lodz and the prophet are travelling to the desert to seek the lifting of the curse, while Myself and the warriors ar off to the front to fight the Stinettians... or someting like that. lies are your strength, not mine.
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                        > > >> > > > "It would perhapes put those we pursue off their guard a little. Perhapes not, but worth trying."
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                        > > >> > > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, "eirare" wrote:
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                        > > >> > > > > The shield is a masterwork. The scale itself is strong and light and full of latent power.
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                        > > >> > > > > Kite Shield +2: 5% Magic Resistance, +1 to saves v Dragon Breath, Fire, Cold, Electricity, Poison Gas
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                        > > >> > > > > Henri arrives as you finish breakfast; you wionder how he got there so quickly, though another half hour has now passed. When Gilbearro asks the young Skotian nobleman to hold off on some of the claims, he shakes his head, winces, then explains.
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                        > > >> > > > > "Sorry, Lord Dragonslayer," he says while holding a hungover head. "Events are in train, so to speak. The imagery was just so perfect that I had my people insert it straight into the morning's update. I think you'll find if you spend any time listening to the town criers (on every corner), you'll be as excited as our populace are to learn the Skotian strikeforce lead by Vidame Gilbearro `Dragonslayer' and his trusty comrade The Prophet, fresh from destroying a Jarid army on the ground that was lead by one of their most powerful cultist Druids, then proceeded to defeat an ancient Dragon revered as a protector of the island Barony."
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                        > > >> > > > > "You're all famous," he mumbles around the food.
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                        > > >> > > > > "Nice new look, the rainbow thing was a little crazy."
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                        > > >> > > > > > Gil arose early, clearly annoyed his post dissappeared into the ether.
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                        > > >> > > > > > First trying a cold shower to rid himself of the after effects of the late night he dresses and decides to go with plan B, greasy breakfast food and hair of the dog.
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                        > > >> > > > > > "We could get a map of Irregan before we leave, might help locate what we ar looking for. Plus we need to present the seal to the temple of Organa, and hope they have some healing potions to sell us. From what we have seen weapons are scarce in the city, healing is probably the same."
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                        > > >> > > > > > "I'd also like to talk to Henri again before we go, try to dissuade this Dragonslayer nonsense. It would be best if would keep a lid on our story completely, but I think that would be too much to ask him. We could however use him and his connections to lay a false trail of our whereabouts. Say we've split up, or are off to the stinettian front. Spread rumors of Lodz's death at the hands of this curse and alike. It might buy us some advantage."
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                        > > >> > > > > > To that end, he asks(pays) Steefe to go to Lord Henri and ask that he attend us at once on a matter of upmost urgency, either here or at the Organan temple.
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                        > > >> > > > > > OOC: I typed this post out earlier, but it didn't turn up, it may, I prefer the earlier version. If we could have had that conversation with Henri last night then so be it, also we may have handed over the seal earlier too, in which case this is all moot and Gil is read to teleport, though before they went to sleep he should have got cedric to identify the shield.
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                        > > >> > > > > > > Lodz comes down in the morning still leaning heavily on his knotted wooden staff. He has wrapped a fine white cloak, procured from somewhere, around his rainbow robes and has the hood up. A lit cigarro extends from the hood's edge, trailing smoke which smells of cloves and allspice. The rest of his face seems intentionally obscured.
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                        > > >> > > > > > > He eats sparingly at breakfast but drinks a short beer.Â
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                        > > >> > > > > > > "I have prepared several teleports and can take us to Vaslui whenever we are ready. We can head from there to Shindheim, once we establish where in the woods it actually is. I had no luck scrying it last night, unfortunately."
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                        > > >> > > > > > > "On another note, I was able to find Vry and the rest of his group. They appear to be on a mission of great danger and import. They seemed to be resting in between encounters."
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                        > > >> > > > > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
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                        > > >> > > > > > > Sent: Tuesday, 5 March 2013 10:44 AM
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                        Gil thanks th ebarman for his hospitality before leaving, assuring him thst is the best inn that he has ever stayed in. He gives th innkeeper and his
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                          Gil thanks th ebarman for his hospitality before leaving, assuring him thst is the best inn that he has ever stayed in. He gives th innkeeper and his estabishment the blessing of Skywalker.

                          He also personally thanks Steefe and the other workers in the inn that have helped them over the last few days.


                          --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, "nefkler" <nefkler@...> wrote:
                          >
                          > ooc: unless anyone has any better ideas I'm going with:
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                          > level 1: animal friendship, detect evil, detect magic, detect snares/pits, entangle, protection from evil
                          > level 2: aid, enthrall, find traps, know align, produce flame, speak w/ animals
                          > level 3: call lightning, dispel magic, plant growth, pyrotechnics, spike growth
                          > level 4: call woodland beings, produce fire, speak with plants, stick to snake, tongues
                          > level 5: commune w/ nature, dispel evil, flame strike, true seeing
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                          > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, "eirare" <naareth@> wrote:
                          > >
                          > > ooc: So... teleporting now? No one has said anything otherwise. Lodz, are you just going to leave from the common room of the Inn? What's the plan. Also, have you got some info about where you're going?
                          > >
                          > > Remember, Cedric may have a teleport but unless you take him with you, than back, he can't actually teleport there. So Lodz will need to cast 3 and Cedric 1.
                          > >
                          > > ooc2: Please post your day's spell list all casters.
                          > >
                          > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, winterkilled <winterkilled@> wrote:
                          > > >
                          > > > "Then it sounds like every barrier to our immediate departure has been removed. I propose we immediately teleport to Vaslui and from there try to find Shondheim or whatever in name of the Abyss it is called. I have three teleports and a scroll. Cedric has one teleport. That should be ample. I suggest we waste no further time. Objections?"
                          > > >
                          > > > Lodz stands and looks around pointedly, looking ready to cast.
                          > > >
                          > > > On 08/03/2013, at 1:21, Greg Downes <greg.downes@> wrote:
                          > > >
                          > > > > Bolgir speaks up as people try and arrange him items "I am going to use the Gith Armour, I have clothing now, you got me the hammer, all I am really missing is a Shield and possibly an axe. Other than that I am ready to move on. Gilbaero did you have a shield already that you were using prior to the Dragaon Scale one?" Bolgir asks.
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                          > > > > On 7 March 2013 19:00, Laws <notfranksplanet@> wrote:
                          > > > >>
                          > > > >> Gil laughs, tries to think of a reply witty enough to pur Henri in his place, and settles for throwing a grape at his head.
                          > > > >>
                          > > > >> "Right well lets get on our way. Bolgir needs some armor, does anyone else need anything in the city? I think I am good to go!"
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                          > > > >> --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, Adam Wallace <naareth@> wrote:
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                          > > > >> > Henri replies to that.
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                          > > > >> > "Oh, it's worth noting in this that you are, at this point, an image. No one knows what you look like..." He looks around the common room where people are eating without looking at you guys. "They don't know WHO Gilbearro is, otherwise I'm sure they'd be far less impressed."
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                          > > > >> > He grins at Gilbearro.
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                          > > > >> > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                          > > > >> > From: sudipel@
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                          > > > >> > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 20:26:11 -0500
                          > > > >> > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                          > > > >> > Sudipel gives the barest of nods to Henri's smirk, knowing as the noble does that sometimes the nearest of truths are the subtlest of misdirections when told for the right reasons. "The less we are seen around, the better," he saysl. "We have done too much and seen too much for me to believe much in coincidences, and no doubt agents of our enemies have eyes in the city. I'd rather we leave quickly and quietly, adoring publicks notwithstanding."
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                          > > > >> > "Our time fades; let us be back to our quest," the elf finishes.
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                          > > > >> > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                          > > > >> > From: naareth@
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                          > > > >> > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 23:27:47 +0000
                          > > > >> > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                          > > > >> > ooc: haha never saw that eyebrow thing. Also, thanks for the reminder on items you are after, I forgot to address it.
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                          > > > >> > You were handed 20 vials of a deep, luscious green liquid; Extra healing potions (+20). You were also handed four very valuable scrolls; 1 Heal, 3 Neutralise Poison.
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                          > > > >> > ic:
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                          > > > >> > Henri nods a little but looks apologetic.
                          > > > >> >
                          > > > >> > "There are, almost literally, no magic items left in this city that aren't totally overvalued. Everything in the armoury is being used by the King's Host, farmed out to favourite nobles. Every shop that sold expensive swords or armour sold out weeks ago as nobleman bought them up. You'll not find anything here or, probably, much of anywhere across the Baronies I would fear."
                          > > > >> >
                          > > > >> > "There may well be black market goods but ... well, I think it might be difficult to access them and their cost would be huge."
                          > > > >> >
                          > > > >> > "On the other hand, there are armourers around making very decent items that, while maybe not magical, are well done. Most are doing commissions already but if you use this chit," (and he hands you a pass with government details), "you may well skip a queue and buy a number of things that, of course, the Skotian Government would be happy to pay for."
                          > > > >> >
                          > > > >> > He pulls out a small map from his cloak and spreads it out on the table. ((See the website and the map of the baronies))
                          > > > >> >
                          > > > >> > He points a slender finger at the Lawless Wood in Southern Irregarn, right in the forest near the craggy mountain range that seperates the forest from the city of Eyre on the other side. He's pointing at the forest/Irregarn side of the mountains.
                          > > > >> >
                          > > > >> > "Shondheilm," he says, still raspy. "No one has ever really heard of. We don't have great maps. However it does look like there is a medium little settlement here, near the mountains and the forest, where loggers or whatever do something. I suspect that may be your Shondheilm. You should be able to find roads through that wood there out to the town, and there are probably other settlements in there."
                          > > > >> >
                          > > > >> > He pauses.
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                          > > > >> > "The Lawless Woods, by the way, are called that because they are bereft of laws, not because they're super-dangerous. It was told of me this morning their name comes from the fact they're not a part of Irregarn OR of Stinette, or any other real power down there - the closest being the magic College of Shiaan ((ooc: they're the 'good' college of Abjuration and Divination)) who sort of run Eyre but don't come over the mountains. I suspect the woods are as wild as any other large body of unregulated forest, but I don't think they're known to be as dangerous as, say, the Dynfyrr Forest which are known as basically the most dangerous woods in the World if you aren't on Ranger-patrolled pathways. You may remember that, from memory, based on the night you fought Gnolls or something and then Lenneral and Sudipel went running around in the forest at night looking for horses which, I think, got eaten."
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                          > > > >> > "Anyway, so the point is you might have to look for Shondheilm."
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                          > > > >> > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                          > > > >> > > Yes, I would think it would be painful to lift an eyebrow at yourself...
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                          > > > >> > > Nefkler welcomes Henri to the table, "You look well this morning. A little out of practice are we?
                          > > > >> > > you may or may not remember but last night we were discussing an armoury where we could find some items for Bolgir here. And some magic arrows. And also the location of Shindheim, which Lodz was looking for before... well..."
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                          > > > >> > > He goes back to attacking his breakfast. Clearly his belly remembers nights in the wilderness and is trying to eat while it can.
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                          > > > >> > > > Henri lifts a painful eyebrow at Henri.
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                          > > > >> > > > "Lay a false trail to indicate you were fighting on the front for Skot instead of pursuing a mysterious mission?"
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                          > > > >> > > > He looks around with at Sudipel with a hungover smirk.
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                          > > > >> > > > "What part of 'the Vidame, the Prophet, and his band of merry men are off fighting against Jarid and it's armies and a bl00dy dragon that have nothing to do with the Skywalker Atrocities' doesn't sound exactly like that?... The most compelling part being it's effectively true."
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                          > > > >> > > > From: winterkilled@
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                          > > > >> > > > Subject: Re: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                          > > > >> > > > Lodz nods at Henri's compliment. "I feel it could also be time for Lodz to grow a beard."
                          > > > >> > > > When Gilbearro threatens to destroy Henri's reputation over what seems to him to be nothing, he turns to Lenneral and says in a stage whisper: "Awkward!"
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                          > > > >> > > > From: Laws <notfranksplanet@>
                          > > > >> > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                          > > > >> > > > Sent: Wednesday, 6 March 2013 5:17 PM
                          > > > >> > > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                          > > > >> > > > "Oh great. That will really help us in our secret mission to discover the truth and bring justice for the attacks on Skot and Skywalker. You realise that if we are discovered to be priest murdering frauds, YOU go down with us as well. I've half a mind to take you with us, I feel that you are not taking your repentence very seriously.
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                          > > > >> > > > "However you could be of use to us here. No doubt our mutual enermy has agents within the city. I thought you could use your, contacts, criers, whatever to leave a false trail for us as we leave today. Any assistance we could get in our mission would be valueable. Nothing too elaborate. YOu could for exampe suggest that Lodz and the prophet are travelling to the desert to seek the lifting of the curse, while Myself and the warriors ar off to the front to fight the Stinettians... or someting like that. lies are your strength, not mine.
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                          > > > >> > > > > The shield is a masterwork. The scale itself is strong and light and full of latent power.
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                          > > > >> > > > > Henri arrives as you finish breakfast; you wionder how he got there so quickly, though another half hour has now passed. When Gilbearro asks the young Skotian nobleman to hold off on some of the claims, he shakes his head, winces, then explains.
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                          > > > >> > > > > "Sorry, Lord Dragonslayer," he says while holding a hungover head. "Events are in train, so to speak. The imagery was just so perfect that I had my people insert it straight into the morning's update. I think you'll find if you spend any time listening to the town criers (on every corner), you'll be as excited as our populace are to learn the Skotian strikeforce lead by Vidame Gilbearro `Dragonslayer' and his trusty comrade The Prophet, fresh from destroying a Jarid army on the ground that was lead by one of their most powerful cultist Druids, then proceeded to defeat an ancient Dragon revered as a protector of the island Barony."
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                          > > > >> > > > > "Nice new look, the rainbow thing was a little crazy."
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                          > > > >> > > > > > Gil arose early, clearly annoyed his post dissappeared into the ether.
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                          > > > >> > > > > > First trying a cold shower to rid himself of the after effects of the late night he dresses and decides to go with plan B, greasy breakfast food and hair of the dog.
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                          > > > >> > > > > > "We could get a map of Irregan before we leave, might help locate what we ar looking for. Plus we need to present the seal to the temple of Organa, and hope they have some healing potions to sell us. From what we have seen weapons are scarce in the city, healing is probably the same."
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                          > > > >> > > > > > "I'd also like to talk to Henri again before we go, try to dissuade this Dragonslayer nonsense. It would be best if would keep a lid on our story completely, but I think that would be too much to ask him. We could however use him and his connections to lay a false trail of our whereabouts. Say we've split up, or are off to the stinettian front. Spread rumors of Lodz's death at the hands of this curse and alike. It might buy us some advantage."
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                          > > > >> > > > > > To that end, he asks(pays) Steefe to go to Lord Henri and ask that he attend us at once on a matter of upmost urgency, either here or at the Organan temple.
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                          > > > >> > > > > > OOC: I typed this post out earlier, but it didn't turn up, it may, I prefer the earlier version. If we could have had that conversation with Henri last night then so be it, also we may have handed over the seal earlier too, in which case this is all moot and Gil is read to teleport, though before they went to sleep he should have got cedric to identify the shield.
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                          > > > >> > > > > > > Lodz comes down in the morning still leaning heavily on his knotted wooden staff. He has wrapped a fine white cloak, procured from somewhere, around his rainbow robes and has the hood up. A lit cigarro extends from the hood's edge, trailing smoke which smells of cloves and allspice. The rest of his face seems intentionally obscured.
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                          > > > >> > > > > > > "I have prepared several teleports and can take us to Vaslui whenever we are ready. We can head from there to Shindheim, once we establish where in the woods it actually is. I had no luck scrying it last night, unfortunately."
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                          Lenneral wakes feeling mostly refreshed. However, his head is slightly fuzzy from the dwarven whisky - an unusual taste no doubt, but he seemed unable to steer
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                            Lenneral wakes feeling mostly refreshed. However, his head is slightly fuzzy from the dwarven whisky - an unusual taste no doubt, but he seemed unable to steer away from during the course of the night.

                            Anticipating a continuation of their journey, the moon elf settles his mind and connects again to Skywalker, seeking his guidance and support (spell list to be provided later).

                            Over breakfast, he seeks out the young inn keeper's assistant her guided him to Skywalker's church, and rewards him with 10 gold pieces.

                            When he gathers with the others, he indicates that he is ready to go wherever Skywalker takes them.

                             
                            From: Laws [mailto:notfranksplanet@...]
                            Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 11:58 PM
                            To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com <elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com>
                            Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
                             
                             

                            Gil thanks th ebarman for his hospitality before leaving, assuring him thst is the best inn that he has ever stayed in. He gives th innkeeper and his estabishment the blessing of Skywalker.

                            He also personally thanks Steefe and the other workers in the inn that have helped them over the last few days.

                            --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, "nefkler" <nefkler@...> wrote:
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                            > ooc: unless anyone has any better ideas I'm going with:
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                            > level 1: animal friendship, detect evil, detect magic, detect snares/pits, entangle, protection from evil
                            > level 2: aid, enthrall, find traps, know align, produce flame, speak w/ animals
                            > level 3: call lightning, dispel magic, plant growth, pyrotechnics, spike growth
                            > level 4: call woodland beings, produce fire, speak with plants, stick to snake, tongues
                            > level 5: commune w/ nature, dispel evil, flame strike, true seeing
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                            > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, "eirare" <naareth@> wrote:
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                            > > ooc: So... teleporting now? No one has said anything otherwise. Lodz, are you just going to leave from the common room of the Inn? What's the plan. Also, have you got some info about where you're going?
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                            > > Remember, Cedric may have a teleport but unless you take him with you, than back, he can't actually teleport there. So Lodz will need to cast 3 and Cedric 1.
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                            > > ooc2: Please post your day's spell list all casters.
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                            > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, winterkilled <winterkilled@> wrote:
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                            > > > "Then it sounds like every barrier to our immediate departure has been removed. I propose we immediately teleport to Vaslui and from there try to find Shondheim or whatever in name of the Abyss it is called. I have three teleports and a scroll. Cedric has one teleport. That should be ample. I suggest we waste no further time. Objections?"
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                            > > > Lodz stands and looks around pointedly, looking ready to cast.
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                            > > > On 08/03/2013, at 1:21, Greg Downes <greg.downes@> wrote:
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                            > > > > Bolgir speaks up as people try and arrange him items "I am going to use the Gith Armour, I have clothing now, you got me the hammer, all I am really missing is a Shield and possibly an axe. Other than that I am ready to move on. Gilbaero did you have a shield already that you were using prior to the Dragaon Scale one?" Bolgir asks.
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                            > > > > On 7 March 2013 19:00, Laws <notfranksplanet@> wrote:
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                            > > > >> Gil laughs, tries to think of a reply witty enough to pur Henri in his place, and settles for throwing a grape at his head.
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                            > > > >> "Right well lets get on our way. Bolgir needs some armor, does anyone else need anything in the city? I think I am good to go!"
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                            > > > >> > "Oh, it's worth noting in this that you are, at this point, an image. No one knows what you look like..." He looks around the common room where people are eating without looking at you guys. "They don't know WHO Gilbearro is, otherwise I'm sure they'd be far less impressed."
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                            > > > >> > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
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                            > > > >> > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 20:26:11 -0500
                            > > > >> > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                            > > > >> > Sudipel gives the barest of nods to Henri's smirk, knowing as the noble does that sometimes the nearest of truths are the subtlest of misdirections when told for the right reasons. "The less we are seen around, the better," he saysl. "We have done too much and seen too much for me to believe much in coincidences, and no doubt agents of our enemies have eyes in the city. I'd rather we leave quickly and quietly, adoring publicks notwithstanding."
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                            > > > >> > "Our time fades; let us be back to our quest," the elf finishes.
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                            > > > >> > ooc: haha never saw that eyebrow thing. Also, thanks for the reminder on items you are after, I forgot to address it.
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                            > > > >> > You were handed 20 vials of a deep, luscious green liquid; Extra healing potions (+20). You were also handed four very valuable scrolls; 1 Heal, 3 Neutralise Poison.
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                            > > > >> > Henri nods a little but looks apologetic.
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                            > > > >> > "There are, almost literally, no magic items left in this city that aren't totally overvalued. Everything in the armoury is being used by the King's Host, farmed out to favourite nobles. Every shop that sold expensive swords or armour sold out weeks ago as nobleman bought them up. You'll not find anything here or, probably, much of anywhere across the Baronies I would fear."
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                            > > > >> > "There may well be black market goods but ... well, I think it might be difficult to access them and their cost would be huge."
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                            > > > >> > He points a slender finger at the Lawless Wood in Southern Irregarn, right in the forest near the craggy mountain range that seperates the forest from the city of Eyre on the other side. He's pointing at the forest/Irregarn side of the mountains.
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                            > > > >> > "Shondheilm," he says, still raspy. "No one has ever really heard of. We don't have great maps. However it does look like there is a medium little settlement here, near the mountains and the forest, where loggers or whatever do something. I suspect that may be your Shondheilm. You should be able to find roads through that wood there out to the town, and there are probably other settlements in there."
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                            > > > >> > "The Lawless Woods, by the way, are called that because they are bereft of laws, not because they're super-dangerous. It was told of me this morning their name comes from the fact they're not a part of Irregarn OR of Stinette, or any other real power down there - the closest being the magic College of Shiaan ((ooc: they're the 'good' college of Abjuration and Divination)) who sort of run Eyre but don't come over the mountains. I suspect the woods are as wild as any other large body of unregulated forest, but I don't think they're known to be as dangerous as, say, the Dynfyrr Forest which are known as basically the most dangerous woods in the World if you aren't on Ranger-patrolled pathways. You may remember that, from memory, based on the night you fought Gnolls or something and then Lenneral and Sudipel went running around in the forest at night looking for horses which, I think, got eaten."
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                            > > > >> > "Anyway, so the point is you might have to look for Shondheilm."
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                            > > > >> > > From: nefkler@
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                            > > > >> > > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 15:56:19 +0000
                            > > > >> > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                            > > > >> > > Yes, I would think it would be painful to lift an eyebrow at yourself...
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                            > > > >> > > Nefkler welcomes Henri to the table, "You look well this morning. A little out of practice are we?
                            > > > >> > > you may or may not remember but last night we were discussing an armoury where we could find some items for Bolgir here. And some magic arrows. And also the location of Shindheim, which Lodz was looking for before... well..."
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                            > > > >> > > He goes back to attacking his breakfast. Clearly his belly remembers nights in the wilderness and is trying to eat while it can.
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                            > > > >> > > > Henri lifts a painful eyebrow at Henri.
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                            > > > >> > > > "Lay a false trail to indicate you were fighting on the front for Skot instead of pursuing a mysterious mission?"
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                            > > > >> > > > He looks around with at Sudipel with a hungover smirk.
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                            > > > >> > > > "What part of 'the Vidame, the Prophet, and his band of merry men are off fighting against Jarid and it's armies and a bl00dy dragon that have nothing to do with the Skywalker Atrocities' doesn't sound exactly like that?... The most compelling part being it's effectively true."
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                            > > > >> > > > From: winterkilled@
                            > > > >> > > > Date: Tue, 5 Mar 2013 22:42:47 -0800
                            > > > >> > > > Subject: Re: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                            > > > >> > > > Lodz nods at Henri's compliment. "I feel it could also be time for Lodz to grow a beard."
                            > > > >> > > > When Gilbearro threatens to destroy Henri's reputation over what seems to him to be nothing, he turns to Lenneral and says in a stage whisper: "Awkward!"
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                            > > > >> > > > From: Laws <notfranksplanet@>
                            > > > >> > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com
                            > > > >> > > > Sent: Wednesday, 6 March 2013 5:17 PM
                            > > > >> > > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                            > > > >> > > > "Oh great. That will really help us in our secret mission to discover the truth and bring justice for the attacks on Skot and Skywalker. You realise that if we are discovered to be priest murdering frauds, YOU go down with us as well. I've half a mind to take you with us, I feel that you are not taking your repentence very seriously.
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                            > > > >> > > > "However you could be of use to us here. No doubt our mutual enermy has agents within the city. I thought you could use your, contacts, criers, whatever to leave a false trail for us as we leave today. Any assistance we could get in our mission would be valueable. Nothing too elaborate. YOu could for exampe suggest that Lodz and the prophet are travelling to the desert to seek the lifting of the curse, while Myself and the warriors ar off to the front to fight the Stinettians... or someting like that. lies are your strength, not mine.
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                            > > > >> > > > "It would perhapes put those we pursue off their guard a little. Perhapes not, but worth trying."
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                            > > > >> > > > > Henri arrives as you finish breakfast; you wionder how he got there so quickly, though another half hour has now passed. When Gilbearro asks the young Skotian nobleman to hold off on some of the claims, he shakes his head, winces, then explains.
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                            > > > >> > > > > "Sorry, Lord Dragonslayer," he says while holding a hungover head. "Events are in train, so to speak. The imagery was just so perfect that I had my people insert it straight into the morning's update. I think you'll find if you spend any time listening to the town criers (on every corner), you'll be as excited as our populace are to learn the Skotian strikeforce lead by Vidame Gilbearro `Dragonslayer' and his trusty comrade The Prophet, fresh from destroying a Jarid army on the ground that was lead by one of their most powerful cultist Druids, then proceeded to defeat an ancient Dragon revered as a protector of the island Barony."
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                            > > > >> > > > > > "We could get a map of Irregan before we leave, might help locate what we ar looking for. Plus we need to present the seal to the temple of Organa, and hope they have some healing potions to sell us. From what we have seen weapons are scarce in the city, healing is probably the same."
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                            > > > >> > > > > > "I'd also like to talk to Henri again before we go, try to dissuade this Dragonslayer nonsense. It would be best if would keep a lid on our story completely, but I think that would be too much to ask him. We could however use him and his connections to lay a false trail of our whereabouts. Say we've split up, or are off to the stinettian front. Spread rumors of Lodz's death at the hands of this curse and alike. It might buy us some advantage."
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                            > > > >> > > > > > OOC: I typed this post out earlier, but it didn't turn up, it may, I prefer the earlier version. If we could have had that conversation with Henri last night then so be it, also we may have handed over the seal earlier too, in which case this is all moot and Gil is read to teleport, though before they went to sleep he should have got cedric to identify the shield.
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                            > > > >> > > > > > > Lodz comes down in the morning still leaning heavily on his knotted wooden staff. He has wrapped a fine white cloak, procured from somewhere, around his rainbow robes and has the hood up. A lit cigarro extends from the hood's edge, trailing smoke which smells of cloves and allspice. The rest of his face seems intentionally obscured.
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                            Ooc: Sorry for delay, wanted to give you time to vocalise anything you may have wanted to finish off in Skot and also provide you with the chance to weigh in
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                              Ooc: Sorry for delay, wanted to give you time to vocalise anything you may have wanted to finish off in Skot and also provide you with the chance to weigh in on where you're teleporting. Time to move on.

                              Ic:

                              You stroll out of the city, detouring by an armoury recommended by Henri to grab Bolgir a heavy steel axe made by a serious dwarf whose conversation is lacking but skills are strong. Steefe showed you the way and when you exit the shop and toss him a few coins he gapes at them, then you, then watches witlessly as you leave him behind.

                              The entire walk out of town you're bombarded by the town criers calling out the names of Gilbearro the Drake Slayer and the piousness of The Prophet, Skywalker's living vengeance against the enemies of Skot. From the things you're hearing your group is over in Jarid singlehandedly taking apart the Island Barony's defence forces.

                              You also hear news of the battle down south on the Little Nymph river, with glowing reports of Skotians forcing their way across to the Stinettian shores, driving the Legions before them towards the city walls. There are a few stories of bravery; but it's hard not to immediately picture the roomful of crippled `Walkers last night.

                              You exit the city easily, though Gilbearro does have to sign out. There are many wagons heading in and out, and you recall Henri mumbling something about the Jarid Navy "pirates" limiting ocean transport, so the huge amount of slow land transport going down to the war, and coming back with wounded, is understandable.

                              You move away, up the hill from the city. A few hours after leaving your inn you're up where you teleported in a few days before. Below the city shines in the sunny afternoon day, and Clifftop stands stern and vigilant on its seacliff perch to the South.

                              Lodz cracks his knuckles, looks around… and starts to cast. Goodbye Skot, you think, and hello Zaudentias, Bault and Shondheilm.


                              --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com, "READ,Adrian" <adrian.read@...> wrote:
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                              > Lenneral wakes feeling mostly refreshed. However, his head is slightly fuzzy from the dwarven whisky - an unusual taste no doubt, but he seemed unable to steer away from during the course of the night.
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                              > Anticipating a continuation of their journey, the moon elf settles his mind and connects again to Skywalker, seeking his guidance and support (spell list to be provided later).
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                              > Over breakfast, he seeks out the young inn keeper's assistant her guided him to Skywalker's church, and rewards him with 10 gold pieces.
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                              > When he gathers with the others, he indicates that he is ready to go wherever Skywalker takes them.
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                              > From: Laws [mailto:notfranksplanet@...]
                              > Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2013 11:58 PM
                              > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com <elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com>
                              > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                              > Gil thanks th ebarman for his hospitality before leaving, assuring him thst is the best inn that he has ever stayed in. He gives th innkeeper and his estabishment the blessing of Skywalker.
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                              > He also personally thanks Steefe and the other workers in the inn that have helped them over the last few days.
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                              > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com<mailto:elmspyrcathedral%40yahoogroups.com>, "nefkler" <nefkler@> wrote:
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                              > > ooc: unless anyone has any better ideas I'm going with:
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                              > > level 1: animal friendship, detect evil, detect magic, detect snares/pits, entangle, protection from evil
                              > > level 2: aid, enthrall, find traps, know align, produce flame, speak w/ animals
                              > > level 3: call lightning, dispel magic, plant growth, pyrotechnics, spike growth
                              > > level 4: call woodland beings, produce fire, speak with plants, stick to snake, tongues
                              > > level 5: commune w/ nature, dispel evil, flame strike, true seeing
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                              > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com<mailto:elmspyrcathedral%40yahoogroups.com>, "eirare" <naareth@> wrote:
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                              > > > ooc: So... teleporting now? No one has said anything otherwise. Lodz, are you just going to leave from the common room of the Inn? What's the plan. Also, have you got some info about where you're going?
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                              > > > Remember, Cedric may have a teleport but unless you take him with you, than back, he can't actually teleport there. So Lodz will need to cast 3 and Cedric 1.
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                              > > > ooc2: Please post your day's spell list all casters.
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                              > > > --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com<mailto:elmspyrcathedral%40yahoogroups.com>, winterkilled <winterkilled@> wrote:
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                              > > > > "Then it sounds like every barrier to our immediate departure has been removed. I propose we immediately teleport to Vaslui and from there try to find Shondheim or whatever in name of the Abyss it is called. I have three teleports and a scroll. Cedric has one teleport. That should be ample. I suggest we waste no further time. Objections?"
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                              > > > > Lodz stands and looks around pointedly, looking ready to cast.
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                              > > > > On 08/03/2013, at 1:21, Greg Downes <greg.downes@> wrote:
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                              > > > > > Bolgir speaks up as people try and arrange him items "I am going to use the Gith Armour, I have clothing now, you got me the hammer, all I am really missing is a Shield and possibly an axe. Other than that I am ready to move on. Gilbaero did you have a shield already that you were using prior to the Dragaon Scale one?" Bolgir asks.
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                              > > > > > On 7 March 2013 19:00, Laws <notfranksplanet@> wrote:
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                              > > > > >> Gil laughs, tries to think of a reply witty enough to pur Henri in his place, and settles for throwing a grape at his head.
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                              > > > > >> "Right well lets get on our way. Bolgir needs some armor, does anyone else need anything in the city? I think I am good to go!"
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                              > > > > >> --- In elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com<mailto:elmspyrcathedral%40yahoogroups.com>, Adam Wallace <naareth@> wrote:
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                              > > > > >> > Henri replies to that.
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                              > > > > >> > "Oh, it's worth noting in this that you are, at this point, an image. No one knows what you look like..." He looks around the common room where people are eating without looking at you guys. "They don't know WHO Gilbearro is, otherwise I'm sure they'd be far less impressed."
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                              > > > > >> > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com<mailto:elmspyrcathedral%40yahoogroups.com>
                              > > > > >> > From: sudipel@
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                              > > > > >> > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 20:26:11 -0500
                              > > > > >> > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                              > > > > >> > Sudipel gives the barest of nods to Henri's smirk, knowing as the noble does that sometimes the nearest of truths are the subtlest of misdirections when told for the right reasons. "The less we are seen around, the better," he saysl. "We have done too much and seen too much for me to believe much in coincidences, and no doubt agents of our enemies have eyes in the city. I'd rather we leave quickly and quietly, adoring publicks notwithstanding."
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                              > > > > >> > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 23:27:47 +0000
                              > > > > >> > Subject: RE: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                              > > > > >> > You were handed 20 vials of a deep, luscious green liquid; Extra healing potions (+20). You were also handed four very valuable scrolls; 1 Heal, 3 Neutralise Poison.
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                              > > > > >> > Henri nods a little but looks apologetic.
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                              > > > > >> > "There are, almost literally, no magic items left in this city that aren't totally overvalued. Everything in the armoury is being used by the King's Host, farmed out to favourite nobles. Every shop that sold expensive swords or armour sold out weeks ago as nobleman bought them up. You'll not find anything here or, probably, much of anywhere across the Baronies I would fear."
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                              > > > > >> > "There may well be black market goods but ... well, I think it might be difficult to access them and their cost would be huge."
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                              > > > > >> > "On the other hand, there are armourers around making very decent items that, while maybe not magical, are well done. Most are doing commissions already but if you use this chit," (and he hands you a pass with government details), "you may well skip a queue and buy a number of things that, of course, the Skotian Government would be happy to pay for."
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                              > > > > >> > He pulls out a small map from his cloak and spreads it out on the table. ((See the website and the map of the baronies))
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                              > > > > >> > He points a slender finger at the Lawless Wood in Southern Irregarn, right in the forest near the craggy mountain range that seperates the forest from the city of Eyre on the other side. He's pointing at the forest/Irregarn side of the mountains.
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                              > > > > >> > "Shondheilm," he says, still raspy. "No one has ever really heard of. We don't have great maps. However it does look like there is a medium little settlement here, near the mountains and the forest, where loggers or whatever do something. I suspect that may be your Shondheilm. You should be able to find roads through that wood there out to the town, and there are probably other settlements in there."
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                              > > > > >> > "The Lawless Woods, by the way, are called that because they are bereft of laws, not because they're super-dangerous. It was told of me this morning their name comes from the fact they're not a part of Irregarn OR of Stinette, or any other real power down there - the closest being the magic College of Shiaan ((ooc: they're the 'good' college of Abjuration and Divination)) who sort of run Eyre but don't come over the mountains. I suspect the woods are as wild as any other large body of unregulated forest, but I don't think they're known to be as dangerous as, say, the Dynfyrr Forest which are known as basically the most dangerous woods in the World if you aren't on Ranger-patrolled pathways. You may remember that, from memory, based on the night you fought Gnolls or something and then Lenneral and Sudipel went running around in the forest at night looking for horses which, I think, got eaten."
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                              > > > > >> > "Anyway, so the point is you might have to look for Shondheilm."
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                              > > > > >> > > From: nefkler@
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                              > > > > >> > > Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 15:56:19 +0000
                              > > > > >> > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                              > > > > >> > > Yes, I would think it would be painful to lift an eyebrow at yourself...
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                              > > > > >> > > Nefkler welcomes Henri to the table, "You look well this morning. A little out of practice are we?
                              > > > > >> > > you may or may not remember but last night we were discussing an armoury where we could find some items for Bolgir here. And some magic arrows. And also the location of Shindheim, which Lodz was looking for before... well..."
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                              > > > > >> > > > "Lay a false trail to indicate you were fighting on the front for Skot instead of pursuing a mysterious mission?"
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                              > > > > >> > > > He looks around with at Sudipel with a hungover smirk.
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                              > > > > >> > > > "What part of 'the Vidame, the Prophet, and his band of merry men are off fighting against Jarid and it's armies and a bl00dy dragon that have nothing to do with the Skywalker Atrocities' doesn't sound exactly like that?... The most compelling part being it's effectively true."
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                              > > > > >> > > > From: winterkilled@
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                              > > > > >> > > > Subject: Re: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                              > > > > >> > > > Lodz nods at Henri's compliment. "I feel it could also be time for Lodz to grow a beard."
                              > > > > >> > > > When Gilbearro threatens to destroy Henri's reputation over what seems to him to be nothing, he turns to Lenneral and says in a stage whisper: "Awkward!"
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                              > > > > >> > > > From: Laws <notfranksplanet@>
                              > > > > >> > > > To: elmspyrcathedral@yahoogroups.com<mailto:elmspyrcathedral%40yahoogroups.com>
                              > > > > >> > > > Sent: Wednesday, 6 March 2013 5:17 PM
                              > > > > >> > > > Subject: [elmspyrcathedral] Re: Morning Number Two, in Skot
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                              > > > > >> > > > "Oh great. That will really help us in our secret mission to discover the truth and bring justice for the attacks on Skot and Skywalker. You realise that if we are discovered to be priest murdering frauds, YOU go down with us as well. I've half a mind to take you with us, I feel that you are not taking your repentence very seriously.
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                              > > > > >> > > > "However you could be of use to us here. No doubt our mutual enermy has agents within the city. I thought you could use your, contacts, criers, whatever to leave a false trail for us as we leave today. Any assistance we could get in our mission would be valueable. Nothing too elaborate. YOu could for exampe suggest that Lodz and the prophet are travelling to the desert to seek the lifting of the curse, while Myself and the warriors ar off to the front to fight the Stinettians... or someting like that. lies are your strength, not mine.
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                              > > > > >> > > > "It would perhapes put those we pursue off their guard a little. Perhapes not, but worth trying."
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                              > > > > >> > > > > Henri arrives as you finish breakfast; you wionder how he got there so quickly, though another half hour has now passed. When Gilbearro asks the young Skotian nobleman to hold off on some of the claims, he shakes his head, winces, then explains.
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                              > > > > >> > > > > "Sorry, Lord Dragonslayer," he says while holding a hungover head. "Events are in train, so to speak. The imagery was just so perfect that I had my people insert it straight into the morning's update. I think you'll find if you spend any time listening to the town criers (on every corner), you'll be as excited as our populace are to learn the Skotian strikeforce lead by Vidame Gilbearro `Dragonslayer' and his trusty comrade The Prophet, fresh from destroying a Jarid army on the ground that was lead by one of their most powerful cultist Druids, then proceeded to defeat an ancient Dragon revered as a protector of the island Barony."
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                              > > > > >> > > > > He leans forward and snags a leftover piece of bacon from Cedric's plate and chews it unhappily, quite green.
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                              > > > > >> > > > > > "We could get a map of Irregan before we leave, might help locate what we ar looking for. Plus we need to present the seal to the temple of Organa, and hope they have some healing potions to sell us. From what we have seen weapons are scarce in the city, healing is probably the same."
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                              > > > > >> > > > > > "I'd also like to talk to Henri again before we go, try to dissuade this Dragonslayer nonsense. It would be best if would keep a lid on our story completely, but I think that would be too much to ask him. We could however use him and his connections to lay a false trail of our whereabouts. Say we've split up, or are off to the stinettian front. Spread rumors of Lodz's death at the hands of this curse and alike. It might buy us some advantage."
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                              > > > > >> > > > > > To that end, he asks(pays) Steefe to go to Lord Henri and ask that he attend us at once on a matter of upmost urgency, either here or at the Organan temple.
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                              > > > > >> > > > > > OOC: I typed this post out earlier, but it didn't turn up, it may, I prefer the earlier version. If we could have had that conversation with Henri last night then so be it, also we may have handed over the seal earlier too, in which case this is all moot and Gil is read to teleport, though before they went to sleep he should have got cedric to identify the shield.
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                              > > > > >> > > > > > > Lodz comes down in the morning still leaning heavily on his knotted wooden staff. He has wrapped a fine white cloak, procured from somewhere, around his rainbow robes and has the hood up. A lit cigarro extends from the hood's edge, trailing smoke which smells of cloves and allspice. The rest of his face seems intentionally obscured.
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                              > > > > >> > > > > > > "I have prepared several teleports and can take us to Vaslui whenever we are ready. We can head from there to Shindheim, once we establish where in the woods it actually is. I had no luck scrying it last night, unfortunately."
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                              > > > > >> > > > > > > Morning dawns. Some of you wake with heavy heads, others more rested. At some point, the party wandered through the streets of Skot back to the King's Peace, bursting in on poor Steefe trying to have a sleep in the common room.
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