!!7QBgUoRZH/p 09/06/10(Mon)04:49 No.11974767|
No, trainers are in a separate category I can get to them in a moment.
The half-elf appears to be an extremely charismatic sort, even convincing the slavers to loosen his bonds enough to play his turtle shelled mandolin.
''No justice here, no liberty, no reason, no blame
There's no cause to taint the sweetest taste of blood
And greetings from the nation as we shake the hands of time
They're taking their ovations
The vultures stay behind"
Tordek would have to see him in action, but it appears the half-elf is a cunning bard, likely with a smattering of skills that benefit allies with healing, position the enemy about the arena to their detriment and inflict a number of debilitating effects in lieu of dealing massive amounts of damage.
Sandria leans over and Tordek's eye cant' help be be drawn to her voluptuous breasts. "See there" she points to the bard, "The half-elf wields a scimitar. That is a mark he cross trained as a warrior. And that elf exile, for a man to survive in the wastes that long he must be very self reliant..and likely a stone cold killer' she adds, her deep green eyes assessing the glazed expression of the elf on the market block. 'They clearly have him drugged for compliance,' she whispers in Tordek's ear.
Sandria half smiles a bit and lightly brushes Tordek's arm. 'The most comely slaves in Nibenae are trained in dancing, singing and how to please their companions. They are the same as myself, concubines and entertainers, to be sold at the master's whim.' Seeing a dancing girl sold at a slave market is an uncommon but fairly normal occurrence.
>If you got enough entertainers I might be able to expand the game that way as well