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« Reply #45 on: December 16, 2003, 07:18:22 AM »

Arggosh reached into his money pouch as the plate was placed on the table. He opened it and counted out the money whilst keeping the contents out of site but the bag in view enough to be seen as near full.  He gave 22 sans to the girl, after all she had been nice to him. "There you go lass, What am I doing in Eresh? Well, A while ago I heard a story abut a girl going missing, and that no-one had been able to find her in the woods around here.   So I travelled here slowly, as is my way, and thought that I might be able to get in touch with those who live in the woods around." Arggosh said softly, folding a slice or two of the meat and placing it on one of the slices of bread.   "I dont suppose you've heard of any critters of my ilk around these parts have you?" Arggosh looked the maid in the eyes saying  "Don't call me Milord. I'm not anyones lord. I'm just a wanderer, call me Arggosh, all my friends do, and I hope I can count you as one of my friends, can I?"

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« Reply #46 on: December 16, 2003, 09:23:22 AM »

@Arggosh:

The tavern maid beamed as Arggosh handed 22 sans over to her. Not bad for a slow day! She paid extra attention to Arggosh as he related his reason why he was here in Eresh.

"I dont suppose you've heard of any critters of my ilk around these parts have you?"

The tavern maid hummed briefly, "Well, tr-- uhm ... those like you ... there are some that drop by every now and then, but we haven't been seeing any recently." She wondered why a troll would be interested in fame and riches, and rescuing a human princess. All that she had ever heard about trolls weren't exactly tales of a civilized nature.

"Don't call me Milord. I'm not anyones lord. I'm just a wanderer, call me Arggosh, all my friends do, and I hope I can count you as one of my friends, can I?"

The tavern maid chuckled. What a polite troll this was! Fascinating. Generous and well-mannered. "Well, they say you can never have too many friends M--Arggosh." she gave Arggosh a little curtsy as she heard a loud thud coming from the kitchen. "Ah, must be some horsing around again in the kitchen, i'll just take a look Arggosh, and don't you be shy about giving me a holler if you be needing anything else!" The tavern maid smiled at Arggosh again before sashaying towards the kitchen.

As you slowly savour your first meal for the day, you notice two young Kyranian guards sitting at the table right opposite of yours, debating heatedly about something over their mugs of ale.



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« Reply #47 on: December 18, 2003, 02:39:22 PM »

OOC: I shall get things going here...

IC: " Think nothing of the delay, I feel quite calm in your presence.....but alas I would undoubtedly be in your debt M'lady if you were to escort me to the inn."

She smiled at the man, "It is a small something I can do to help." Her voice soft and assuring. She was beginning to like the man's company, very pleasant personality. Gently she urged them forward toward the tavern, making sure to avoid obstacles and large amounts of people.

"My name is Kalina by the way. We have not been properly introduced." She announced gently as they approached the Rusik.

"...Life is a story that is waiting to be written. It is up to us to make it exciting and unforgettable..." - Shara

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« Reply #48 on: December 20, 2003, 01:32:22 AM »

Ryldor's entrance to the Rusik this time, was much more subdued that his last. A scan of the room and he spotted his waitress from the previous evening. He quickly made his way through the room to the upper right corner where she was wiping down a table.

He got close to her, leaned over and whispered, "Hey beautiful. Save me a seat." Without waiting for a reply, he ran upstairs.

Carefully, he dusted himself off and fixed his appearance, before making his way back downstairs. He caught the eye of the waitress and made his way to the table she had been cleaning. He sat down and said "I'm glad you're here. I seem to be short a dining companion. Would you be able to sit for a minute before the evening rush?"  

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Oh dearest Ryldor, dust thou know thy charm?; The clever smile soft upon thy face; Seem like a promise for to do no harm; Whilst I, enjoying thy tender grace; Should gaze in admiration at thy eyes; As azure as where highest heaven lay; Reflections of the clearest, truest skies; They seem to melt my very heart away!; And if thy lovely words were not as true; As thine eyes blue, still I'd believe thy claim; Of magedom. Magic turned a rosy hue; My cheeks. A spell thou cast upon this dame!; Thou art a most capricious scoundrel, yet; The sweetest gentlemen I've ever met.; ~ Rayne Avalotus
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« Reply #49 on: December 20, 2003, 06:56:22 AM »

It was well lit inside the inn, there was a brightness through the darkness in Sephariath's eyes, he scanned the area for a brief moment noticing quite a few figures moving around..

"My name is Kalina by the way. We have not been properly introduced."

Slowly he turned to Kalina after she had announced her name to him, he bowed slightly to her and began to speak

"Kalina, a beautiful name; I am sure it goes quite well with you as well, my name is Sephariath. It is a pleasure to meet you and I am grateful for your kindness in leading me here, I hope that this shall not be the only time that we spend together."

He bowed again and took up her hand, he then brought it to his mouth and gave it a gentle kiss, her skin was soft; he thought to himself......perhaps she could help him to find this man with the staff; apparently she is the only one to have spoken to him, and if this is true she could help him out quite well....and he wouldn't mind the company himself.

"Forgive me M'Lady, but I was wondering if you wouldn't mind keeping me company, if it is not a burden that is; I am actually interested in this old man that everyone is talking about...it has gotten me wondering why he is so special, and considering that you are the only person that I have met here and that has seen and spoke to him....you could be of great importance."

Sephariath sat there calmly awaiting Kalina's responce......

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« Reply #50 on: December 20, 2003, 09:05:22 AM »

@Ryldor:

The plump tavern maid was dilligently wiping the table top at the top right corner of the tavern common area after some rowdy patrons had just left, when a husky whisper suddenly floated into her ear, "Hey beautiful. Save me a seat." The voice sounded distinctly familiar, and she blushed as she turned around to see who it was. She managed to just catch the flash of Ryldor's figure rushing up the stairs. Oh, it's him! Her cheeks grew warm. She thought she would never see him again. And he called me beautiful!

When Ryldor returned down below, there was the plump tavern maid standing dreamily by the table. "I'm glad you're here. I seem to be short a dining companion. Would you be able to sit for a minute before the evening rush?"

The tavern maid's cheeks flushed again. Well, it was a slow day ... Lady Bretha was no where to be seen and ... the corner was relatively badly lit and all ... "Oh! Yes, Milord! If ... you'll have my company!" She almost giggled out loud. "But would you like for me to bring you something from the kitchen first, Milord?"



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« Reply #51 on: December 20, 2003, 09:16:22 AM »

@Kalina & Sephariath:

((OOC: Judging by Sephariath's post, i will assume that

Tilia the tavern maid watched as Kalina and Sephariath made their way into the tavern and took a seat at a table. She remember Kalina, but Sephariath was a new face to her. Sephariath had strange milky eyes, and was led forward by Kalina into the tavern to the table. Is he ... blind?

Telling herself that it was none of her business anyway, she made her way towards them, a warm smile on her face as she greeted them, "Welcome back Milady!" she nodded politely at Kalina, then Sephariath. "And welcome to the Regal Rusik Milord! What can i be getting for the two of you?"



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« Reply #52 on: December 20, 2003, 03:55:22 PM »

"Kalina, a beautiful name; I am sure it goes quite well with you as well, my name is Sephariath. It is a pleasure to meet you and I am grateful for your kindness in leading me here, I hope that this shall not be the only time that we spend together."

Kalina blushed as he lifted her fingers to his lips, something none has ever done to her before. She bowed her head in response, finding the man to be quite charming for company."Pleasure to meet you Sephariath." A soft smile playing gently upon her lips.

"Forgive me M'Lady, but I was wondering if you wouldn't mind keeping me company, if it is not a burden that is; I am actually interested in this old man that everyone is talking about...it has gotten me wondering why he is so special, and considering that you are the only person that I have met here and that has seen and spoke to him....you could be of great importance."

At his comment, Kalina once again smiled, "There is nothing more I would care to do than to be in your pleasant company, M'Lord." She bowed her head once more, "I truely know very little about the man. But I assure you that I will help in anyway possible."

As they made their way inside the tavern, Kalina recognized many of the maids there.


"Welcome back Milady!" "And welcome to the Regal Rusik Milord! What can i be getting for the two of you?"

Kalina smiled and shook her head, "I am fine for the moment." She turned the man at her side...

"...Life is a story that is waiting to be written. It is up to us to make it exciting and unforgettable..." - Shara

Edited by: Kalina Merenwen at: 12/20/03 13:53
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« Reply #53 on: December 21, 2003, 08:05:22 AM »

"There is nothing more I would care to do than to be in your pleasant company, M'Lord."

"I truly know very little about the man. But I assure you that I will help in anyway possible."


Sephariath stood silent, pondering how he had managed to meet someone so kind so quickly. It is not everyday that this possibly could happen to a man like himself...most people find him hard to approach just from looking into his eyes. Regardless he was delighted and a smile encroached his jaw.

Just then another voice rang out "Welcome back Milady!" "And welcome to the Regal Rusik Milord! What can i be getting for the two of you?"

Kalina was the first to respond"I am fine for the moment."

Sephariath stood for a moment pondering his response, then politly began to speak.

"I would find nothing better than to rest my legs in your establishment M'Lady, and perhaps a refreshing glass of water to assist my lips would be pleasant as well."

He pulled his chair in a little closer to the table, and awaited for the drink, he slowly turned toward Kalina and spoke.

"I am ever so grateful to you, and your company Kalina; I know not how to repay you for your kindness, but if you do find away please tell me of it. But I am curious, had you seen which way the man left? It could be a start to the search, and do you know of why they are looking for this man? I am curious to know, because an elderly man...this doesn't seem so dangerous to me; mind you I am not from here and I know not the kinds of people that inhabit the area....though I am finding them to be particularly nice and intriguing thus far."

He then looked at Kalina, if only he could see her....her voice sounds so beautiful when she speaks.....this thought was his last before he awaited her response.

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« Reply #54 on: December 22, 2003, 12:50:22 AM »

"I would find nothing better than to rest my legs in your establishment M'Lady, and perhaps a refreshing glass of water to assist my lips would be pleasant as well."

Tilia nodded and smiled at Sephariath. For someone who looked like a journey worn traveller, Sephariath was sure well-mannered and well-spoken. "A glass of cold water will surely do you good, Milord, for you certainly look worn and weary." She gestured towards the counter, "Lady Bretha is the person you would be speaking to for a room for the night. Is there anything else i can get for you, Milord? Perhaps some hot broth? Stew?" Tilia smiled pleasantly at Sephariath, awaiting his reply.  



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« Reply #55 on: December 22, 2003, 07:50:22 AM »

"A glass of cold water will surely do you good, Milord, for you certainly look worn and weary."

"Lady Bretha is the person you would be speaking to for a room for the night. Is there anything else i can get for you, Milord? Perhaps some hot broth? Stew?"


Lady Bretha she had said to him, Sephariath slowly began to look around, wondering where the counter and Lady Bretha actually were, he paused looking up at the lady in front of him.

"Well M'Lady I am glad you have told me as to where I may get my lodging and drink; now if I could only find those places" Sephariath grew a slow smile from the jest toward himself. "Unfortunately, I cannot see quite as well as you, it is a little dark in here for myself; but I am sure I will navigate myself just fine; I thank you again for your hospitality."

Sephariath smiled toward Kalina's direction and began to rise slowly as he turned around looking for an obstruction that resembled a counter, coming toward a satisfying conclusion on a long object that is chest height he slowly began to make his way toward it. When he arrived he spoke softly.

"Excuse me, I was wondering if I might bother you for a water....."

Sephariath awaited a response from the person behind the counter.

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« Reply #56 on: December 22, 2003, 02:56:22 PM »

@Kalina & Sephariath:

Tilia watched in surprise as Sephariath rose from his seat and groped his way towards the counter. She didn't realize that he couldn't see too well, and that he was so anxious to get a room before she returned with his glass of water. Tilia followed closely behind Sephariath just to make sure that he didn't bump into anything and hurt himself.

Lady Bretha was hunched over the counter rummaging for jars in the shelves under the counter, but when she heard footsteps approaching, she stood erect and glanced at Sephariath.

"Excuse me, I was wondering if I might bother you for a water....."

Lady Bretha grunted and looked at Sephariath oddly. She noticed that Tilia was following closely behind, "Tilia! Go get the man a glass of water!" Tilia nodded nervously and turned and headed towards the kitchen. Turning her annoyed glare back to Sephariath, she tried to sound cheerful, "Now then, Milord, what can i be doing for yer?"  



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« Reply #57 on: December 22, 2003, 03:37:22 PM »

"Tilia! Go get the man a glass of water!"

"Now then, Milord, what can i be doing for yer?"

Startled that the lady had been so harsh to her employee, he wondered how she might have acted if he asked for a meal. Disregarding his thought he began to speak to the lady.

"You must be Lady Bretha, my name is Sephariath; I didn't mean to pose a problem for Tilia or yourself with my question I misunderstood her that is all. I apologize, I was wondering how much a room is; if it isn't too much trouble."

Sephariath looked around calmly noticing shadow movement around, he rested his one hand on the counter and the forearm of the other was rested on the hilt of his sword. He stood awaiting a response from Lady Bretha, hoping it wasn't anything too harsh.

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« Reply #58 on: December 23, 2003, 01:28:22 AM »

@Sephariath:

"You must be Lady Bretha, my name is Sephariath; I didn't mean to pose a problem for Tilia or yourself with my question I misunderstood her that is all. I apologize, I was wondering how much a room is; if it isn't too much trouble."

Lady Bretha grunted, this time, a little less annoyed, especially when someone is talking about paying for something, "Rooms will be 25 sans a night, paid in advance, Milord. Well worth yer money, if i may say." Lady Bretha chuckled, a throaty chuckle. She started scribbling noisily on the rough pad in front of her on the counter, and reached one hand behind to grab a key to a room, "And how many nights will yer be wanting the room, Milord?"  



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« Reply #59 on: December 23, 2003, 02:13:22 AM »

Ryldor smile brightly at the waitress and said "An ale please. That would be divine." The waitress returned quickly and placed the drink in front of Ryldor, before slowly lowering herself into the seat.

A sip of the ale and Ryldor looked deep into her eyes. "I appreciate you joining me. I do hate sitting alone." Another sip of the ale and he continued, "That's pretty good. Although with the prices they charge, it should be." An apologetic look crossed Ryldor's face. "Not that's it your fault of course. Too bad it's the only inn in town…" Ryldor stopped talking and pondered for a second "I wonder how hard it would be to open an inn here. I'm always on the lookout for new business opportunities and the town seems like a decent place. Perhaps you could help me. Well in addition to being my first hire," he said with a wink. "Would Prince Vinigold be the person to talk to? I wouldn't want to start making plans without discussing it with the local powers."

He added, "I should probably speak to the Prince or one of his representatives anyway. It's always good to have friends in high places. Does he take audiences or is there a better way to make his acquaintance?"

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Oh dearest Ryldor, dust thou know thy charm?; The clever smile soft upon thy face; Seem like a promise for to do no harm; Whilst I, enjoying thy tender grace; Should gaze in admiration at thy eyes; As azure as where highest heaven lay; Reflections of the clearest, truest skies; They seem to melt my very heart away!; And if thy lovely words were not as true; As thine eyes blue, still I'd believe thy claim; Of magedom. Magic turned a rosy hue; My cheeks. A spell thou cast upon this dame!; Thou art a most capricious scoundrel, yet; The sweetest gentlemen I've ever met.; ~ Rayne Avalotus
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