Flandil insists on the best available, and will pay a premium. Otherwise he'll have to settle for a simple suite for himself if such are available with a separate lounge room and bedroom? (7gp) Specifically he insists on clean bedding, free of pests and vermin, and a door which he is able to bar shut. He also pays over 1gp for stabling, insisting that his elite courser, Ealandarill, have the best stable, best fodder, and personalised attention.
The innkeeper remembers Flandil and sets out with alacrity to accommodate him
Asta observes this, remembers that he has a fair amount of coin on him, and requests the same service once the innkeeper returns.
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Asta will quietly relay this information to the rest of the party, when it's prudent to do so, but doesn't see any reason to act on it at this point. He might suggest that the spy is a good person for Kell to speak with, considering he's probably paying attention more than most.
Kell thanks Asta, and makes sure to chat with the spy. Kell isn't giving anything away about what the party is (or has been) up to, but he'll see if he can get any information about the area ahead.
After a cold, miserable 5 days of marching in mud and wet snow, you reach the area where you think you saw the pegasi. A dismal sight meets your eyes. Six bloated, rotting carcasses lay strewn on the ground, half eaten, of the once magnificent beasts
Currently running OD&D Verbosh Campaign (I can usually squeeze in an extra player)
Asta will carefully observe the corpses, from a distance, and see if there are any pegasus feathers that could be recovered. If so, he will take them. If there are any other body parts that Asta knows would be useful spell components, Asta will recover those as well.
After that, he's ready to go to the next adventure. Rescue the princess!
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