Supervisor Whitman replies, "Of course I know what happened in town, I've just come from there a moment ago. Somebody has desecrated my family crypt, and The Pastor is missing!" He turns to the B'yakhee with a puzzled look. "Is this true? Do you know this Ulfire man?"
Fated (but nobody else) hears strange thoughts in his head: "IS TRUE. BRAVE BUT FOOLISH."
"Which would explain why he's in my office at this hour," mutters the Supervisor. His guard is still up.
Post by crusssdaddy on Oct 3, 2011 10:11:25 GMT -6
Fated: "I apologize. We were not certain this was the correct place... I examined some papers to determine if we were where we needed to be. I am sorry for the intrusion"
"What has happened to the Pastor? I met with him in the bell tower recently, all was fine. We discussed matters of the faith at great length. He entrusted me with an investment to secure greater... devotion."
Supervisor Whitman lowers the tip of his sword ever so slightly. "So you are the strangers who fought with the Foreman of the Central Shaft? My cousin Train Boss told me of your bravery defending the wounded passengers."
His brow furrows as he inspects the roll of 13 coins, which quickly disappear into his pocket.
"Let's have a seat in the waiting room, for I have many questions. No funny stuff, or my friend here will cast you down from the mountain."
Last Edit: Oct 3, 2011 17:53:09 GMT -6 by mushgnome
There is a sudden THUMP from the rooftop and Supervisor Whitman looks as surprised as you! He nods at the B'yakhee who instantly teleports out of sight to investigate.
Moments later, the Supervisor abruptly clutches his temples in excruciating pain. Fated to Die, who is also attuned to the B'yakhee's frequency, also hears the telepathic screams. [saving throw vs spells: Supervisor 15, Fated 19.... success!]
"Look, there on the ridge," whispers Supervisor Whitman to Fated, who observes a group of man-sized, toad-like creatures lumbering and hopping in the moonlight. "Squishies!" he curses, "Crawled up from the marshes below. They travel in packs..."
Breath of New Moon is at the western side of the garage door, peeking outside without stepping outside. When she sees the approach of the Toads, she watches them carefully to see where they go... She also attempts to estimate their speed, specifically if they are faster than herself or not.