Ayra smiles as Agozur alters his appearance, and then nods gratefully at Lil.
"What of the stranger, Sorvas? His talk of violence did startle me but perhaps this sort of discourse is normal and I am simply not accustomed to it." She looks a little embarrassed, as she realizes that nobody else was concerned by his demeanor. "If he can help guide us on the path that fate has in store for us, I can likely grow accustomed to his manner of speaking, in time. If you all think him trustworthy, should we invite him to join us?"
Reflecting on Lil's story of the Great Brain Hiccup, "There are times when I focus on my divine powers of il-Yannah that i get lost in what I'm doing, or I get caught up in the memories of the quori spirits that dwell inside of me; my ancestor bound her bloodline to the spirits, and I am a child of that union. This spirit moves within me. Her memories come to me in dreams, and at times her voice whispers in the silence of my mind. There were times in the temple when i would be meditating for what seemed like seconds, but many hours had passed."
"It may well be that our path includes the Ranger. We should tell him that we need to go to the Spires before we track down the clue about the symbol. It would solve some questions if he knew of Tempori."
Wraeven understands unconventional relationships with god-like entities but he just stares blankly like everyone else at Al.
Unable to sense the awkward tension he has created among the group, Alesandair just stares blankly back at everyone until Ayra suggests retiring for the evening. At this time Al slowly turns and walks to his room while staring at the ground as to not make eye contact with anyone
Before heading up to slumber for the evening, Al will stop by the bar and order a small portion of food for a snack from Crackle. Placing a few coins on the top of the table, he patiently waits his turn to order.
Mobya says her goodnight to the rest of the party and heads to her room with the babies. Mobya is happy to finally be in an actual room, and after carefully locking the door, she takes the younglings out of the cramped basket and cleans them up. After checking the floors for any dangerous or chockable items, she lets them crawl/roll around the floor (for a little exercise) and lets them play with rags and trinkets before rocking them to sleep. After she’s sure they’re out cold for the night, she collapses on the bed and passes out herself.
As the rest of you head past the main room of The Clearing's Edge, you see a few groups still playing some of the various games. Some play Chromaturgy while others are focused on what seems like a simple card game until the cards start frosting up or being surrounded in purple energy. Agozur, you note less looks coming in your direction, but more than one side glance at Lil.
Mobya lets have you roll a survival check to see how well you tuck the babies in for the night etc. (Is Mobya taking all three? or are any other party members helping?)
Sorvas as you settle down in the corn for the night, you manage to find a sufficient pallet of corn husks to rest on just off the road. It isn't amazing, but it'll do. Some moisture from the heavy rains a few days ago will seep a bit of cold into your clothes, and every now and then, the scratching of corn husks will tickle an ear or arm. A small family of ants or small insects with carapace backs may use you as a highway throughout the night, but you are used to these things.
if Mobya offers to take the baby Ayra is holding while outside she will gladly relinquish it. Otherwise she will dutifully stumble through taking care of it for the night.
[Ayra has had only very little previous exposure to babies and children and in every case they were in they were in someone else's capable care. She is fully dedicated to ensuring the young ones are safe and that they make it to their destination, but thinks that the best way to do that is to offer to support Mobya who seems to have bonded with them and knows how to care for them]