You also pick up a pack of some stage makeup, less then a silver for several sticks! You also pick up a little something for Ruby, a shiny tiara. The gems are made of glass, but it still sparkles.
As you walk out of the shop, you ask what the shop keep likes out of a story. "Well... romance and happy endings are a weakness of mine, but comedy is something else I go for.
You head back to the Silver Dragon and start setting up for the show. As you do so, more and more people wonder in. Most seems to be patrons renting rooms, and some seem to just be friends of Jak and Hester.
You start off with your usual routines, Singing, dancing, lifting and shooting. When Gregor preforms you try to get a good look, but a big man in the crowd blocks your view. By the time you get around him Gregor is prancing around the stage 'herding' Sam. The crowd gets a big laugh at the cowardly Wolf.
Now it's time for the Ballad of Grue, with some edits. The strong but Gentle Half-Orge slave, who saves a pair of traveling minstrels, played by Faral and yourself, from Glod, the Bandit King. Going on to crumble the evil Tanot's criminal empire and saving the beautiful Dancer, Zanne, whom he falls in love with but she cannot return his love due to a curse. Taking pity of the stranded Wizard, Newt, and her friend the Plucky fighter Tabby, Grue takes them into his band of freedom fighter, righting wrongs and fighting evil. In another bout of righteousness, Grue fights and reforms the Minotaur Ta'kal, whom has abducted the princess Ruby and forced her to try and survive in the woods of the Feywild, where her only friend is the bear Kithri.
This all leads up to the shocking conclusion where Grue sacrifices himself to break the curse of Zanne.
The crowd is captivated by the performance.