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    posted a message on Dawning - A Homebrew Campaign

    Wilkas makes his way to Madame's Finest Jewels, intending to take the travel gate to Halford's Half-Priced Library, and then wander around for an hour or four.

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    posted a message on Dawning - A Homebrew Campaign

    After several minutes of deliberation, Wilkas decides to leave the noble district, and wander the rest of the city for the next few hours.

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    posted a message on Dawning - A Homebrew Campaign

    "I see. Safety is the priority after all. In my opinion, even the homeless deserve proper remembrance, but I suppose it will have to suffice that we remember them by preventing others from suffering a similar fate, at least for now. Thank you once again for the information, and I hope I'm not upsetting you too much, its just that I've been on the road since it happened, so I've heard little of what happened."

    What do do for the next three hours? That question stumps Wilkas, for he had been planning to spend most of that time with Kella.

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    posted a message on Void Beyond the Stars

    "That's to be expected. I think you'll have the hang of it by morning. Don't suppose there is a place where we may sleep."

    Qlevvaln looks to the rest of the group, and then recalls the situation of John, still on the cart.

    "And a doctor, perhaps."

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    posted a message on Void Beyond the Stars: Otherside

    As Jener approaches the faintly breathing body of Roberta, the Starbeast reaches out and strikes the gnome right in the shoulder [Attack Roll 24], though there is no much power behind the blow [Damage roll 7].



    STATUS
    Starbeast 1: 11 Damage taken
    Starbeast 2: DEAD
    Kelrah: 11 Damage taken, 30 seconds left on Aura of Misfortune
    Roberta: Unconscious, dying, residued
    Gwyn: Unconscious, stable
    Jener: 7 damage taken, residued

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    posted a message on Dawning - A Homebrew Campaign

    "Is there a memorial to those who did lose their lives? I'd like to pay my respects if I can."

    Wilkas is glad that Kella is okay, but has never liked it when peasantry lose their lives.

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    posted a message on Dawning - A Homebrew Campaign

    Wilkas accepts her offer of a drink. Quiet since Angos'lale, huh? Well, I certainly hope Kella is ok.

    "Thank you. For both the drink and the information. They didn't suffer any losses, did they?"

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    posted a message on Dawning - A Homebrew Campaign

    Still another 3 hours or so until he had anywhere special to be. Wilkas decides that he may as well ask a waitress or waiter who comes by, "Could you tell me the state of affairs of the Tholins family? More specifically of their daughter, Kella?"

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    posted a message on Dawning - A Homebrew Campaign

    Wilkas returns to the cafe he had taken a break at before looking for Kella. Where was she? He looks at the sky to gauge how much longer before he has to go to his parents' estate as he contemplates asking someone about Kella.

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    posted a message on Dawning - A Homebrew Campaign

    Satisfied with the gossip, and amused at the inanity of the claims surrounding Angos'lale (a dragon? Really?), Wilkas continues on his way. After all, it had been all to long since he had seen Kella.

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    posted a message on Dawning - A Homebrew Campaign

    "Thank you, and may a good day bless you, eh?"

    Wilkas looks towards the location of his parents' estate, and then heads in the opposite direction, knowing that he wasn't expected until much later in the day. On his way to his destination, he stops by a cafe to learn of the local gossip, and perhaps more of what happened at Angos'lale.

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    posted a message on Dawning - A Homebrew Campaign
    Quote from Terrakitten>>
     The guard ducks her head and pulls a fist over the house crest on her armor.
    "No milord. Let me see your papers," she requests, straightens, and holds her hands out calmly.

    Wilkas hands her his papers, and waits patiently for her to allow him to return to the city.

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    posted a message on [Recruiting for] Zendikar-Eberron cross-over!

    This campaign has actually died now. It isn't open for recruiting, because the game tripped, broke its leg, and died.

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    posted a message on Dawning - A Homebrew Campaign

    "I see. It certainly does ease my mind. Terrible event. I'm not in a rush to return home, but need I wait long before entering the city, or may I head in now?"

    Though Wilkas has heard of the Angos'lale, he knows only the gist of what happened.

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    posted a message on Dawning - A Homebrew Campaign

    Initially, Wilkas is content to ignore the disruptive noble, but after a few seconds, his curiosity gets the better of him. He walks up to one of the guardsmen near to the noble but not involved in dealing with him.

    "Pray tell, good sir, who is that man causing a commotion, and what is going on here?"

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