The shopkeep looks surprised. "Teleportation is a powerful spell!" the elf says. He carries a look of naked shock on his face. "If....if...if you will be teleporting, I request that you do so to the outside of the shop; someplace that will not scare any customers!"
Dog asks how much the horses will be - he says it seems useful to get two draft horses to carry the Goliath and bugbear and the riding horse for the tabaxi. Then the horses they have can pull the carriage and swap out to pull or ride.
(Ha I definitely meant to say Firbolg, sorry Keyrie!)
Dog doesn't even try to haggle on the gold. "Think this draft horse could carry a big tough guy like myself quite a lot ways? You see what we have and who is in our party - we're new to this. I would love your advice. Also is there anything special we need to do to take care of these horses? We were just in a place that said keeping livestock for any purpose was slavery. I don't want to offend."
Assuming they leave and take another hours of travel Gash will start the ritual to cast Tiny Hut. He makes it dimmly lit and a comfortable temperature for Genny. He does some tricks for her with shape water until she is ready to sleep.
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I play in far too many games.
Arkhan Voldez - Lvl3 Dragonborn Fighter/Sorcerer - Sword Coast Ramblings Gash "Gregory" - Lvl6 Goblin Wizard - The Long Road of the Mage King Griffdar Goodwar - Lvl2 Dragonborn Paladin - Waterdeep Campaign (Dragon Heist) Koga - Lvl1 Elf Blood Hunter - LMoP
The night comes quickly and the group is only able to put about 15 miles between them and Hergantenus. This is fortunately a safe stretch of the Long Road, falling between two sizable towns. The next day, leaving an hour after dawn, they find themselves making good time. The first buildings of Myncientus. There is no wall to the town but it does seem to have a large number of patrols walking through the country paths around the town. They are not hostile and pay the travelers little mind, except for a few second looks at the odd group of travelers.
They arrive into Myncientus proper at roughly midday. Like Hergantenus, there are numerous shops available here, none quite bearing the quality of Taur, but better than the remote towns the circus typically visited.