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    201 KB BARD QUEST 07/23/10(Fri)03:35 No.11299882  

    Last time Kithri joined the party, saying that she hadn't finished with Tanot yet. You also preformed for a camp of tradesmen heading for Vimestead. You've begun written the Ballad of Grue.

    Speaking of Vimestead, the city comes into view. Bisected by a river, and sitting on the side of a lake, even from this distance you can tell that one side of the city is wealthier then the other. Where as one side is densely crowded, the other has parks and larger houses. Docks dominate the side of the city resting by the lake, which expands and fills the horizon. A large wall surrounds the city, but none of the gates you can see are closed. Carts, wagons, and people are heading both in and out of the city in all directions. A thin haze seems to rest over the city.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)03:37 No.11299900
    If memory serves I believe we were planning on checking out the embassy.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)03:39 No.11299918
    We should play in the central marketplace.
    >> LordHighlander !Jn4nSo5Ty6 07/23/10(Fri)03:39 No.11299924
    Check the Embassy before or after finding an Inn, and setting up a show?
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)03:40 No.11299929
    We were? Why?
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)03:40 No.11299944
    The Elf embassy, right? It's probably on the wealthy side of town. We should swing around to that half, we'd probably get robbed if we tried to go through the poos side.
    I don't know if there is a 'central' market, a river running down the middle and all.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)03:41 No.11299957
    we should find an inn first and get our stuff stowed before we do other things.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)03:42 No.11299972
    Bah, fine. Market District, or some kind of bazaar. With traffic like this there must be one.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)03:43 No.11299984
    Faral told us that the Elves have set up a small embassy in Capital City and Vimestead, Vimestead being closer then CC.
    >> LordHighlander !Jn4nSo5Ty6 07/23/10(Fri)03:44 No.11299993
    with a pair of massive dudes with us? not likely.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)03:45 No.11300001
    pick-pockets don;t care if they're skilled enough.
    >> LordHighlander !Jn4nSo5Ty6 07/23/10(Fri)03:51 No.11300065
    Okay. Lets stay out of the slums then.
    >> BARD QUEST 07/23/10(Fri)03:51 No.11300068
    You think an Inn, a nice one, would be a good start, get your stuff put up before heading to the embassy. Seeing as how the nicer inns are probably on the nicer side of town, you head that way. It takes you and hour to swing around, but the traffic on this side of the city seems lighter.
    As you approach one of the seven huge gates, you take your place at the end of the line of wagons. Traffic is lighter, not non-existent. As you get closer you hear the city guards a few wagons ahead asking for Travel Permits.
    Let's see... Tanot had traveling papers for himself, you, Tabby, Zanne, and Newt, Faral had her own set. That leaves Grue, Kirthri, and Ta'kal. To your relief Ta'kal takes some papers out of his bag.
    But Grue and Kithri are still permitless.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)03:53 No.11300093
    "Ah, we seem to be short. If you could just direct us to where we could legally acquire some..."
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)03:54 No.11300104
    We don;t really need to worry about Kithri. She can turn into a bear. We can just say she's part of the show.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)03:57 No.11300125
    Why not get her a set of papers legally? We'll need it eventually.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)03:57 No.11300133
    If nothing else comes up for Grue, and we can not get papers, we have a potion of invisibility.
    >> LordHighlander !Jn4nSo5Ty6 07/23/10(Fri)04:00 No.11300166
    and if we cant obtain a set of papers legally, we could always bribe them...
    Last option though.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:01 No.11300177
    Who needs bribes when we are a gorgeous bardess?
    >> BARD QUEST 07/23/10(Fri)04:04 No.11300209
    At first you think about sneaking Grue and Kithri in, but it'll be more trouble then it's worth. You rid eyour wagon up the the guards. "State your name and business in Vimestead please. Travel papers." You explain to him that you're a traveling show, and that you recently picked up a few members who don't have papers. The guard, who is a bit overweight and sweating like a pig, sighs heavily ad he looks over the rest of the party's permits. "No papers? You'll be wanting the Travel Bureau then. There's a one silver per wagon tax out here, and papers will be another five silver each... course, for a small fine I could just nip back into the Watchouse and forget about the papers. Say... eight silver plus the tax? Save you a few coins." It would save you all of two silver.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:06 No.11300233
    Not worth it in the long run. We'll probably need the papers in the future.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:06 No.11300238
    Two silver? EACH party member has 252 silver. Just get the papers.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:07 No.11300252
    "Bahaha, no. Whereabouts is the travel bureau?"
    >> BARD QUEST 07/23/10(Fri)04:15 No.11300350
    You refuse the offer. After all, everyone ELSE in the party has papers anyway. The Guard shrugs and points to a building just on the other side of the Watchouse with a large ornate sign in front of it. Parking your wagons outside, under the watchful gaze of several watchmen who have come outside to make sure you don't try to run away, you enter the building. You're immediately greeted by a long line. Taking a number, you and your party sit down. After about half an hour Tanot stands up. "I've got people I need to see. I'll... crap, we haven't found anywhere to stay yet, have we?" With a frustrated sigh he sits back down.
    Another hour goes by before you number is finally called. You head up to the counter with Grue and Kithri. "How can I help you today?" And extremely elderly lady with large glasses sits behind a counter staring up at you.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:15 No.11300355
    Like that won't come back and bite us in the ass later. Get the legit papers.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:16 No.11300365
    has my vagina been penetrated? or am i still virginial ?
    >> LordHighlander !Jn4nSo5Ty6 07/23/10(Fri)04:17 No.11300386
    ask for papers for the two inn our troupe.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:17 No.11300388
    I need travel papers for my companions here.

    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:18 No.11300397

    I think that he's either trolling , or he's asking if our Bard has ever been with a man, for whatever reason...

    oh, wait. Trolling
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:19 No.11300406
    We've had sex with other ladies. Don't know about dudes, though we do occasionally flirt to get better prices.
    DEAR LORD! It's the medieval DMV!
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:20 No.11300416
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:21 No.11300430
    Whatever happens, we must NOT get talked into getting into a different line to get the appropriate forms.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:24 No.11300473
    Do we have the Fascinate Bard ability?

    I say, if they try to put us in another line, we use it, and get the forms ourselves.
    >> BARD QUEST 07/23/10(Fri)04:35 No.11300641
    You tell the woman you need traveling papers for two members of your traveling show. "Traveling show? So you'll be wanting the Commercial Traveling Permits then? I'll need you to fill out these forms and turn them into the CTB desk, which is desk twelve." She hands you two thick bundles of paper, and points you at the desk, which has a line of it's own. You hand one bundle to Kithri and sit down with Grue with the other. You fill out all you can (Name, species, profession, etc.) But you have no idea on some of the others. You ask Grue his age, and he stops to think. "Grue is... many years old. More then twenty!" You check the 'unknown' box. You ask Grue if he worships a particular deity. "What that mean?" Does he pray to a god? "Nope. Grue not know prayers like Cowman."
    The questions go on like this for twenty more minutes, and you have to check the 'unknown' or 'no affiliation' boxes many more times.
    At long last you get into the second line. Waiting for another 45 minutes you finally get to the desk. A short gnome man looks over your forms. "Well then... everything appears to be in order. Not many people get it right the first try." He seems disappointed by this. "That will be ten silver a piece. And you will to have their portraits painted over there." Paying the Gnome you head to the booth with Grue. A rough, but surprisingly accurate, picture is painted and attached to the papers.
    At long last you finally leave the god-forsaken building! Papers in order and everything sorted out you can finally breath fresh... semi-fresh air again!
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:37 No.11300687
    Good lord. Fucking DMVs...
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:39 No.11300705
    I had flashbacks to when I got my first license... and when I had to get the title to my car...
    I hate the DMV. We got out lucky though, we didn't have to register the wagons.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:40 No.11300727
    NOW to find somewhere to stay. And then to the elf embassy.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:40 No.11300728
    God damn it we spend almost three hours in there!
    Ask a guard about a good inn.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:40 No.11300733
    Find a nice inn to stay at for a while, then do show/embassy/get Newt into school.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:40 No.11300734
    Let's find a place to stay while there's still daylight.

    @%$!ing bureaucracy.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:40 No.11300737
    "You're lucky we love you, Grue."
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:42 No.11300757
    Probably MORE. He didn't say how long the pictures took.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:44 No.11300787
    >Tanot had traveling papers for himself, you, Tabby, Zanne, and Newt, Faral had her own set. That leaves Grue, Kirthri, and Ta'kal. To your relief Ta'kal takes some papers out of his bag.

    Wait, what about Ruby?
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:46 No.11300827
    Probably just intimidated the guard or something.
    >> BARD QUEST 07/23/10(Fri)04:49 No.11300862
    My fault, sometimes it's hard to keep all the characters in order... I need to write this stuff down. Anyway, she got her papers in the TB as well.
    Grumbling about how long that took, and telling Grue how lucky he is to be our friend, you ask around to find a good in. The fat guard from the gate laughs at you from in front of the Watch House. "I could have saved you all that time and effort. And you wouldn't have had to worry about finding a place to stay, seeing as you would be sleeping in the cells. We do that as a kind of test, you see." You ask him about a place to stay. "Well now... That depends on how much you can pay. The Silver Dragon isn't too far from here. Clean rooms, decent food, a bit on the pricey side but you could probably afford it. Then there's the Cut Above, not as good as the Dragon, but better then the street, and you probably won't get robbed. And of course the Golden Spoon, but that's just if your really posh. I couldn't afford it. They want ten silver a night! That's a week's pay that is!"
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:51 No.11300888
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:52 No.11300894
    The pricier the Inn, the wealthier the patrons will be, the more money is to be made.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:55 No.11300928
    We should find out which of those has accomadations for ogres and minotaurs and go there.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:55 No.11300929
    Go for the dragon.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:55 No.11300939
    But ten silver a night for an Inn?
    And places like that wouldn't let us play. They probably have a nice in house band.
    Besides, we would only be able to afford 25 nights on what we have now.
    I say we go to the Silver Dragon.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)04:57 No.11300967
    If we end up staying in the city for a few months, until the roads open, it'd be cheaper to rent a house of some kind rather than living out of a hotel.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:01 No.11301015
    This has a ring of sense to it.
    >> BARD QUEST 07/23/10(Fri)05:07 No.11301087
    You ask about the prices at the Dragon, and if they accommodate large patrons. "I should think so. The owner and his wife are Minotaurs, like your friend there. Like I said, a bit pricey. About 7 silver." You'll head there for a night or two, until you can find a house or apartment to rent for the remainder of your stay.
    Reaching the Silver Dragon, a large building with fresh paint is what you find. It's not as big as the Jingo, but it has three stories. Leaving the wagon and horses with the stable boys, whom you tease Newt about, you head in. The common room has a bar in one corner and a fire at the other, tables spread out in the middle and a small stage opposite from the bar. A female Minotaur with silver fur looks up from the bar and gasps. "Well met sir! It's been a long time since we've seen another of our kind here!" She looks Ta'kal up and down. "You'll be a Bloodmane then. Come, sit. You're friends will probably want to take a seat as well." She motions for the party to sit at the bar.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:09 No.11301101
    Well that's pretty cool!
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:09 No.11301106
    Bring up the idea of performing in the inn.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:10 No.11301117
    Indeed. Pretty damn fortunate, really.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:12 No.11301141
    Bloodmane clan? Ta'kal is a Paladin of Diablo!

    Anyway. Bring up the idea of playing in the common room perhaps.

    Also, ask about houses/apartments for rent in the city.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:13 No.11301148
    >>whom you tease Newt about,
    Beat us to it
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:15 No.11301169
    Do they have a daughter, and is she good enough to make Ta'kal leave Tabby alone.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:23 No.11301264
    It might be a bit early for inquiries like that. Save that for later.
    >> BARD QUEST 07/23/10(Fri)05:23 No.11301268
    Ta'kal and the Minotaur converse in a snorting and grunting language that you assume is their native tongue. She turns away and calls out across the floor. "Jak! Come on out here, we have a guest you might like to talk to!"
    "What is it Hester? I'm a bit busy- Well I'll be damned! A Bloodmane! Christopher, take care of the kitchen for me." Jak calls out a greeting in the minotaur language. After the big cow people get done talking, you ask about rooms, and maybe preforming. Jak shrugs. "I don't see why not. We normally have an open stage. But if you turn out to be terrible, then I'll be forced to kick you off, unless the crowd finds you funny. And I'll tell you what, I'll give you your rooms for only six silver a night. My clan owes a debt to Ta'kal's, so it's the least I can do."
    Jak, and Hester now that you looks at it, are both smaller then Ta'kal, but still at least a foot and a half taller then even Tabby. They each have blue tattoos around their left arm, Jak has three rings, which stand out against his light fur, and Hester has two.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:26 No.11301307
    > sometimes it's hard to keep all the characters in order.

    do a Lord Quest and KILL MAIM BURN
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:29 No.11301359
    For a non-performer, Ta'kal certainly is just about the most useful person.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:31 No.11301379
    Excellent. If the common room is at more than 40% occupancy, set up to do a show.

    When it comes time for Gregor, let's stand in the crowd and try to see what it is he does.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:31 No.11301382
    Healer, fighter, and now he has connections!
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:31 No.11301383
    Is it time to do a show, or still early in the day?
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:32 No.11301401
    After the fiasco at the travel agency it's probably early evening. We should get the rooms and THEN set up for the show.
    >> BARD QUEST 07/23/10(Fri)05:39 No.11301485
    First things first, time to think about the rooms. Everybody has money of their own, so you choose to let them either share or have a room to themselves.
    Newt and Tanot immediately opt for their own rooms, Kithri corrects him and tell Tanot they'll split one. Ruby and yourself will, of course, share. Zanne and Tabby decide they would also like to share, and Faral asks to stay in their room as well. Grue and Ta'kal also split a room.
    That out of the way, and your gear stashes, you have a little over an hour before the evening rush, according to Hester.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:41 No.11301510
    We should go out and grab some wicked makeup/facepaint if we don't have that already.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:44 No.11301553
    Use the time to perfect the Ballad of Grue.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:44 No.11301558
    And look about a tailor. We have that silk and we want some jammies.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:45 No.11301573

    Ballad of Grue all the way.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:47 No.11301589
    Tailoring takes a while, leave it for tomorrow.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:48 No.11301616
    We could just leave the silk and our measurements... but I've never been to a tailor so I'll take your word for it.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:51 No.11301648
    Yeah, you can't leave your measurements, they have to take them themselves. It's a veeeerrrry long process.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:51 No.11301652
    We are also looking to costume our entire troupe is all.
    >> BARD QUEST 07/23/10(Fri)05:55 No.11301715
    You take the paper that Newt's been writing the Ballad on, and start reading it over, making appropriate changes and additions where you think they would get the best reaction from the crowd. As you do this you wonder outside, to take a look around at the nearby shops, of which there are more then a few. Though you don't see any blacksmiths or armorers, there are many clothing and accessory shops int he immediate area.
    Popping into a few of the fancier clothes shops, you ask about some custom tailoring. A few outright refuse, some give you an unreasonable fee, and you find two that are willing to do business for a fair price. Having your own silk saves them money.
    Tucked away in a short alley you find a little costume shop. Inside you are delighted to find everything a traveling show needs. From costumes to makeup and, displayed in a window, you see something you've been thinking about for a while now, a fancy black frock coat with a matching suit! The coloring even matches your Top Hat. The tag on it reads 10 silver.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)05:59 No.11301775
    We can totally afford this. And the Makeup.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:01 No.11301812
    Find a male shopkeep, flirt, haggle.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:01 No.11301819
    Also, make conversation with the shopkeep. Ask them what they think an epic ballad needs. If we can, fit it into the Ballad of Grue. If not, atleast jot it down, maybe we can use it in a different tale.

    Oh, right. Ruby wants to be a princess.

    OOOOH Maybe we should make Newt some kind of evil witch, who uses her magic to seduce young men away from their families to fuel her evil magic. Or something.
    >> BARD QUEST 07/23/10(Fri)06:10 No.11301912
    You step right up to the counter, disappointed to find that the shop seems to be owned by a middle aged woman. You point right at the suit and set the money down on the counter. The woman laughs and starts taking down the suit. "I'm glad SOMEONE is finally buying the thing. A young gentleman took the hat, but wouldn't touch the rest of it with a ten foot pole. It's been sitting there for... well years. Here, nip behind this screen, will you? Strip down, I'll need to adjust it for you." Without waiting for you, she pulls you behind the screen and takes your clothes off. You make a joke about getting dinner first, and the woman laughs. "You're a bard if I haven't missed my guess. Judging from the fingers... something with strings an a bow. Hmmm... You're too small for a cello. Violin? Popular, violins." Shes putting pins and needles through the suit at different points. Nodding thoughtfully, she starts removing it. "I hope you didn't need this tonight, It'll take me until morning to stitch it. So, what brings you to Vimestead? And will that be all or can I get you anything else?"
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:12 No.11301930
    "Nothing else, I'll come back around noon tomorrow for the suit."

    Then get back to the inn and put finishing touches on Ballad of Grue.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:14 No.11301948
    So, we already have sufficient makeup? Go back and do the show.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:16 No.11301971
    get makeup... and a pretty tiara for Ruby.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:16 No.11301977
    Should find a cartographer later, and get a map of the wider area.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:23 No.11302043
    I almost want to do this, but no.

    A map sounds like a good idea though. We should do that in the morning.
    >> BARD QUEST 07/23/10(Fri)06:32 No.11302145
    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.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:37 No.11302193
    End on a high note, collect some cash.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:38 No.11302197
    Bwahaha! I love it. After the night's over, head back to our room, count our earnings, slip the tiara onto Ruby, show her her reflection, get beat up, and go to bed.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:38 No.11302201
    Send out the Goat and Wolf to get monies!
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:39 No.11302207
    why did we have to be the feminine one in this relationship?
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:40 No.11302214
    Because Ruby took charge before we could.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:43 No.11302248
    Don't confuse feminine with not in charge.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:44 No.11302257
    So, Grue is playing himself, which is the main role. Pretty heavy stuff for someone as bright as he is.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:45 No.11302267

    Well, we're the main character and it seems we're the bitch in bed. Not to happy about that. We should be on top.

    ...otherwise this will mutate into "Ruby and her sidekick bard Quest
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:50 No.11302306
    I like the idea that Janice is the more passive one, independent of being team leader. It is not as if we are the heavy hitter or anything, and there is no reason to be the more active one other than you, the player, have an ego.
    >> BARD QUEST 07/23/10(Fri)06:51 No.11302313
    You send out Sam and Gregor with buckets. They move around the room, coins steadily pouring in among the applause. You see one man put a bottle in one collections bucket and another slip Sam some meat under the table. The two come back to the stage and set the money down in front of you. Surprisingly, the bottle is still sealed. It seems to be a bottle of the house wine.
    Taking the bottle and money back up to your room, Ruby and yourself begin counting it. It's warm tonight, so Ruby ends up in nothing but her underthings while counting. You take in about 50 silver tonight. Not as much as what you made in the Jingo, but not bad.
    As you finish up counting you dig through your bags and pull out the tiara. Coming up behind her, you put it on Ruby's head and turn her to face the mirror in the corner. She rolls her eyes and laughs, but you notice that she doesn't take it off. You tell her she'll always be YOUR princess. She laughs again. "Thanks, now come on to bed. If I'm your princess that means you have to take orders from me."
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:52 No.11302319
    it hasn't so far. And Ruby has been in the party for... this will be the 7th thread now.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:56 No.11302347
    I love our dynamic with Ruby. She's strong and confident, but we know how to make her adorable.

    Really though, I wanna know where Bard Quest gets his ideas for characters.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:57 No.11302354
    Harrah for living in profit. But if we start to get a repeat audience we will have to change the show up a bit.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)06:59 No.11302371
    I did the math. If we take out the 30 coins for the rooms tonight, that leaves only 2 silver per person.
    It IS still a profit, but not a big one.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)07:00 No.11302374
    "Yes, highness"
    Tomorrow: Costumes, Cartographers, Colleges, anything else?
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)07:02 No.11302401
    marketplace performances.
    >> BARD QUEST 07/23/10(Fri)07:05 No.11302422
    You wish you made more money, but profit is profit. You head to bed with Ruby, but declare yourself Empress first. Ruby pauses for a moment, thinking. "You know... I never really understood the difference between an Emperor and a King." She shrugs and pulls you down into the soft blankets of the bed. "You know... That mirror over there, it's in the exact position to reflect us while we're in bed. Food for thought."
    Tomorrow will be for errands. Maps, costumes, and finding the school Newt came here to join. Also house shopping and a few street performances. But all that is for tomorrow. Tonight is all about you and Ruby, who is still wearing the Tiara.
    >> BARD QUEST 07/23/10(Fri)07:06 No.11302430
    Sorry to cut things half an hour short tonight, but I have to get up early tomorrow.
    Good night all and I'll see you tomorrow night.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)07:06 No.11302434
    Ah, poor Zanne. We needs to make it up to her later.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)07:07 No.11302444
    I don't follow
    >> BARD QUEST 07/23/10(Fri)07:08 No.11302453
    Oh, and to answer your question, everywhere. Most of them I just make up as I go, but a few, like Grue, are references to characters in my gaming group.
    And, of course, you all steer Janice.
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)07:10 No.11302479
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)07:15 No.11302528
    I'm with these two. What do you mean?
    >> Anonymous 07/23/10(Fri)07:17 No.11302544
    I am so confused.

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