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Post by Tellerian Hawke » Tue Apr 10, 2018 9:37 pm

Master Hassenforth wrote:"...Now, can someone please lead the way to this tower? But you should stay outside while I examine the arcana."
Tim will nod, and begin walking toward the tower. He unslings his shield from the harness on his back, and draws his sword, carrying both loosely, albeit still "at-the-ready"; "This way, my lord," Tim says.

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Post by willpell » Wed Apr 11, 2018 11:21 pm

Fascinated by the shifting reality of the "construct", Relgar muses we will speak of this later, thank you (barely managing to think of the latter, and not at all sure if he needed to bother...do interpersonal skills apply when speaking to something that isn't, by most definitions, a person?), and then he shifts his attention outward. "I was reconsidering the evidence of my senses. The inscriptions on the tower are mentally corrosive, from what I saw of them; they are founded in paradoxes that shred sanity rather as bending the knee backwards damages the tendons and ligaments. It may be possible to defend against their effects by fortifying the intellect, to better withstand the effects of such exposure. Combined with the resilience already displayed by myself and a few others, this may be enough to safely operate in the area, at least long enough to cover or destroy the runes so that others can safely enter."

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Master Hassenforth wrote:"...Now, can someone please lead the way to this tower? But you should stay outside while I examine the arcana."
Tim will nod, and begin walking toward the tower. He unslings his shield from the harness on his back, and draws his sword, carrying both loosely, albeit still "at-the-ready"; "This way, my lord," Tim says.
"Lead and I will follow, young ogran*," Hassenforth replies. He lets Tim, Terger, and the towermaster lead the way back to the doorway leading into the tower. Rhodes follows, reluctantly, with Elkgrar next to him. Sentinel Abbate stays in the chapel to tend his patients and he makes Custodio stay, much to the young soldier's chagrin.

OOC: * A local term for a person with both human and ogre blood. It is considered more respectful that calling someone a half-ogre. This is the first time Tim has heard the term, but he immediately senses the word is well-meaning.
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Fascinated by the shifting reality of the "construct", Relgar muses we will speak of this later, thank you (barely managing to think of the latter, and not at all sure if he needed to bother...do interpersonal skills apply when speaking to something that isn't, by most definitions, a person?), and then he shifts his attention outward. "I was reconsidering the evidence of my senses. The inscriptions on the tower are mentally corrosive, from what I saw of them; they are founded in paradoxes that shred sanity rather as bending the knee backwards damages the tendons and ligaments. It may be possible to defend against their effects by fortifying the intellect, to better withstand the effects of such exposure. Combined with the resilience already displayed by myself and a few others, this may be enough to safely operate in the area, at least long enough to cover or destroy the runes so that others can safely enter."
"You are free to come in with me, young Relgar," Hassenforth notes. "Since you were already in there and came out unscathed, I'm sure your mental strength is more than up to the danger of the inscriptions. Others could come in as long as they fortify themselves magically. I'm not sure if a Fox's Cunning spell would be sufficent enough, but I did come prepared."

The cleric of the Great Teacher produces a medium-sized bag from deep within an inner pocket of his robe. He pulls out several flasks and hand one each to Big Tim, Elkgrar, Terger, Towermaster Monderand, and Relgar -- even Rhodes takes one, reluctantly.

"Tim here seems to be immune to their effects," the towermaster says. "It's probably safe for him to go back inside. It seems Mirella herself is protecting him, for now." He hands the vial back to Master Hassenforth. "I don't think I'll be going back in there until I'm sure it is safe to do so."

"Hmm, interesting," Hassenforth notes. "If Mirella has taken note of this foulness, even I should be wary. It likely goes beyond just good and evil. The effect of these potions will only last 6 minutes and it may or may not protect you. The choice is yours. If you wish to stay outside, keep them for the future." He hands the vial back to the towermaster. "Or just to be safe."

"Aye," Elkgrar says just as they reach the doorway. Two older guards stand at attention on either side of it. "I will accompany you." He opens and drinks down the vial.

"I think I'll stay out here," Rhodes says.

"Understandable considering your family's history," Hassenforth notes. "Yes, I know who you are Lord Rhodes."

"My father was Lord Rhodes," Rhodes insists. "You can just call me Rhodes or Rhody."

"As you wish Rhodes," Hassenforth replies.

"Yes, Rhody and I can swap some stories, eh?" The towermaster slaps Rhodes on the back and grins at the ex-con.

Master Hassenforth nods before leading the way into the tower and down the stairs to the bottom floor. He does not drink one of the vials. Once at the lowest tier, he spends two minutes studying every aspect of the planar map etected onto the wall.

"This is fascinating and quite troubling," he says. "We should not tarry here beyond the limits of the potions." He shakes his head in disgust. "These markings are both old and new. It is strange. It's almost like the wall is from another time and place. It's as if they shifted here from another reality." He turns and looks at Relgar with concern. "You do understand, don't you. This place is frought with peril. If this renegade opens it to that place, Bluffside will be lost, perhaps all of Kulan."

While Hassenforth paces back and forth for two more minutes, Elkgrar does his best to not look at the markings on the wall. Finally, the cleric stops and turns to Terger. "The renegade won't be back here until he's ready to enact his final plan. This wall is a map and keyhole without a key. And the portal is elsewhere. It doesn't open from here. The portal is likely nearby, cleverly hidden."

"Time to go," Elkgrar says while rubbing his temples. "One more minute in here will be one too many."

"Yes, yes," Hassenforth agrees. "We should regroup outside."

Elkgrar leads the way out with the cleric of Great Teacher ushering everyone else out from the rear.

"Well, what did you learn?" The towermaster asks.

"Bluffside is in peril," Elkgrar answers. His mind reduces and he gasps for air. "I don't think I should go back in there without more protection."

"The wards are subtle. They seek out the weakest minds to attack first, but doubt those without magical skill would be targeted first," Hassenforth notes. "The wards are well beyond my ability to dispel. I'm a librarian first and cleric second. We're going to need the Wizard Council. Guildmaster Baldercon is the strongest amongst them." He muses for a moment. "Mother Superior, she might be able to handle the wards too," he adds. "But a powerful wizard would be more advantageous."

"Have you heard of an ice wizard from New City?" the towermaster asks Hassenforth.

"Hmm, oh yes, his name is Ivar Thorn, I believe." The cleric nods. "He's quite the recluse, however. I'm sure once the situation is explained to him, he'll gladly help. He might prefer New City over Old city but all of Bluffside is his home. As one of the only true elementalists in Bluffside, he is unique amongst the membership of the House of Evocation."

"So what's out next step?" Elkgrar asks. He'd had to empty his stomach over the edge of the stone wall into the Gardens.

"I say go speak to Ivar in New City or Guildmaster Baldercon at the House of Enchantment in the Wizard District," Hassenforth suggests. "Or try to find out where the portal is located. It is definitely nearby, but it might be hard to pinpoint without more research. You are welcome to visit the Teacher's Library. You'll need to discover the specific key to the demiplane where the renegade is hiding. It maybe connected to the ethereal or extend completely into the Shadowstar Sea.** But I don't think so. This planar enclave is probably tied to out material plane. There should be some records on the city's magical history at the museum here in Old City."

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Post by dfryer36 » Sun Apr 15, 2018 6:17 pm

"I've got no arcane skills and wouldn't know what I was looking for in the library or museum if I did go." Terger admits. "Master Relgar, would you be up to handling some research for us? Likewise anyone else with magical talents? The rest of us can return to Oakfirst's and plan our next move there. And I can contact a few resources that have access to places our group can't go that may be able to get information that will help us," he continues.'If this bloody crisis hasn't shut the runners down completely,' he adds mentally.
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Post by willpell » Sun Apr 15, 2018 10:52 pm

"I am not certain that we have time for 'research'. We know that this site is crucial to you-know-who's plans. The wisest course of action would be to get either several archmages or a tremendous quantity of blasting powder, and reduce this entire tower to a mound of gravel before the sun next crosses the horizon"

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Post by dfryer36 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 12:57 am

"We can't just go around blowing up guard posts or ruins," Terger says. "It does sound like a tempting solution but it is temporary at best. Our quarry will just shift operations somewhere else. Somewhere we don't know about."
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Post by Tellerian Hawke » Mon Apr 16, 2018 7:07 pm

Hassenforth wrote:"...The wards are well beyond my ability to dispel."
Tim says, "I'm no Wizard, but I don't think there's a need to destroy the tower itself. This "ward" is a spell, correct? Placed upon the wall? Can one of those aforementioned Arch Magi remove the ward with magic, i.e., in a manner in which the ward is simply removed from the wall without harming the wall itself? In the same manner that priests have been known to remove a curse? What did Lord Hassenforth call it? Dispel?"

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"Dispelling the ward would be a more elegant solution, but with two significant drawbacks. First, it requires proximity to the actual ward, rather than just the reverse side of the wall it is anchored to. And second, it might simply not work. Our mutual 'friend' is a very puissant arcanist; even a specialist in antimagic may struggle to unweave his matrices."

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dfryer36 wrote:
Sun Apr 15, 2018 6:17 pm
"I've got no arcane skills and wouldn't know what I was looking for in the library or museum if I did go." Terger admits. "Master Relgar, would you be up to handling some research for us? Likewise anyone else with magical talents? The rest of us can return to Oakfirst's and plan our next move there. And I can contact a few resources that have access to places our group can't go that may be able to get information that will help us," he continues.'If this bloody crisis hasn't shut the runners down completely,' he adds mentally.
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"I am not certain that we have time for 'research'. We know that this site is crucial to you-know-who's plans. The wisest course of action would be to get either several archmages or a tremendous quantity of blasting powder, and reduce this entire tower to a mound of gravel before the sun next crosses the horizon"
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"We can't just go around blowing up guard posts or ruins," Terger says. "It does sound like a tempting solution but it is temporary at best. Our quarry will just shift operations somewhere else. Somewhere we don't know about."
"The city's walls and towers aren't just going to topple down with one spell," Towermaster Monderand says. "The fortifications were built to last and to be resistant to magical damage. It could be done, but the devastation could negate the benefit of destroying the portal."
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Hassenforth wrote:"...The wards are well beyond my ability to dispel."
Tim says, "I'm no Wizard, but I don't think there's a need to destroy the tower itself. This "ward" is a spell, correct? Placed upon the wall? Can one of those aforementioned Arch Magi remove the ward with magic, i.e., in a manner in which the ward is simply removed from the wall without harming the wall itself? In the same manner that priests have been known to remove a curse? What did Lord Hassenforth call it? Dispel?"
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"Dispelling the ward would be a more elegant solution, but with two significant drawbacks. First, it requires proximity to the actual ward, rather than just the reverse side of the wall it is anchored to. And second, it might simply not work. Our mutual 'friend' is a very puissant arcanist; even a specialist in antimagic may struggle to unweave his matrices."
"That assumes that he placed the wards there himself," Master Hassenforth notes. "If he'd done so, it wouldn't have broken his mind. And the magical formulas in there are definitely the work of a madman."

"So he's not the mastermind behind this mess?" Rhodes asks.

"I don't know, but it's unlikely he's willingly working for someone else. An entity might have invaded his mind and twisted him beyond reason," the cleric replies. "But from what I saw in there, he made a choice to find his planar goal. He's seeking power, but what kind of power I couldn't decipher. It was to disturbing to discover in such a short period of time."

Master Hassenforth turns to Relgar. "As for the idea of destroying the tower, I would advise against it. Sundering it would be like breaking the lock that seals a door shut. Without the lock, the door might be opened easier than normal or it might just swing wide open and let in... well, you know." The cleric pauses to let that sink in for a moment. "What you need to do is find out the key to where he is hiding and then make sure he and no one else can ever find or use it again. Whether or not you want to confront him in his planar redoubt is for all of you to decide."

He looks at Tim. "I wish that dispelling the wards was a simple thing. But as young Relgar here said, it isn't an easy process and there is no guarantee it will work. And, removing the ward might be like clicking a tumbler in the lock."

He looks at Terger. "I doubt that finding and destroying the key on this side of the portal will trap the renegade, however. He likely has the key or knows where to find it. Depending on how rare it is, he might have more than one. And like you said, he will just shift elsewhere, if he can. The key is required to travel to the plane through the portal, but it might not be needed to get out again. The only way to know for sure will be to find the key and use it to enter the demiplane. And, of course, you need to find out where the portal is located."

"You believe it is near," Elkgrar says. He's finally found his lungs again. Other than that effect, he seems fine. Dwarven hardiness, most likely.

"Yes, it could be located in another structure or along another part of the district's wall. It could be linked to an old statue in the Gardens. Hells, it could be in Palace for all we know."

"Personally, I want to agree withe Relgar," Rhodes says. "Reducing it rubble would be satisfying, but if there is any chance it will cause the portal to open and let out... horrors, we can't consider it."

"Aye," Elkgrar nods.

"I'm with you, Terger. We need to prepare for the worst and gather as much aid as possible," Rhodes says to the Dark Lantern. "And if he's up to it, Custodio should try to make contact with Ivar. He's more likely to get into New City than the rest of us. Well, maybe. With Commander Oakfirst out of commission, we'll have to deal with the new captain in charge in New City. Or circumvent her."

"I will go with Master Relgar to the Museum of Sem La Vah here in Old City and see if we can discover something there." Elkgrar looks at Relgar, "If you're willing, of course?"

Eclipso remains silent in Relgar's mind.
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Relgar shrugs. Apparently his idea was kind of stupid; just shows why he still doesn't think of himself as primarily a wizard, that he thinks in what are apparently exactly the wrong terms about problems like this.

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Post by dfryer36 » Tue Apr 24, 2018 1:20 pm

"Before everyone leaves," Terger says, "we'll need a new base of operations with Oakfirst out of commission. I have a...safehouse that we can use to operate out of for the time being. It is more than large enough for our needs and the...previous owner left quite a collection of arcane tomes there when he left. We might even be able to find information in that library that will allow us to narrow down our search. I think that should be our first stop."

Why did I say that, Terger suddenly thinks to himself, going back there is definately a bad idea.
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willpell wrote:
Fri Apr 20, 2018 4:50 pm
Relgar shrugs. Apparently his idea was kind of stupid; just shows why he still doesn't think of himself as primarily a wizard, that he thinks in what are apparently exactly the wrong terms about problems like this.
Elkgrar waits half-a-minute before he realizes Relgar isn't going to answer him and or has no interest in going with him to the Sem La Vah Museum. Or he didn't hear him ask.
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"Before everyone leaves," Terger says, "we'll need a new base of operations with Oakfirst out of commission. I have a...safehouse that we can use to operate out of for the time being. It is more than large enough for our needs and the...previous owner left quite a collection of arcane tomes there when he left. We might even be able to find information in that library that will allow us to narrow down our search. I think that should be our first stop."

Why did I say that, Terger suddenly thinks to himself, going back there is definately a bad idea.
"I like the idea of us working out of somewhere more clandestine," Rhodes agrees. "Sure, Oakfirst Manor has some perks, but I'm not keen to sleep in a place where I was locked up, even if it was temporary."

"I don't agree," Elkgrar argues. "Commander Oakfirst went out of his way to give us the manor to use as a refuge. We shouldn't thumb our noses at such a gift."

"Is is a gift, though? Or is it a place where he and the Regulars can watch us?" Rhodes counters. "How are we supposed to work behind the scenes when we are visible on the stage the whole time." He looks at Towermaster Monderand. "No offense."

"None taken," the kindred dwarf guard replies. "I don't doubt that Oakfirst set you up there so he can keep an eye on you. If this mission was under my watchful eye, I'd try to insist you set up here. I wouldn't force you. But no matter where Master Terger's safehouse is, I doubt you all will remain hidden there indefinitely."

"So we're going to go completely rogue and just ignore the suggestions of those with more magical knowledge?" Elkgrar ask rhetorically while motioning towards Master Hassenforth.

"You must gain knowledge how you see fit. I will watch over the tower and have a message sent to the ice wizard. If you must become outlaws to catch and outlaw..."

"I doubt that's what Terger is suggesting," Custodio comes up the steps from Wyndlasmere that lead onto the district's outer wall. "It would probably be best if we worked without so much oversight. Commander Oakfirst is keenly interested in what we're doing. Lady Pomander is obviously keep track of us. And 'Waldo' is out there somewhere who-knows-how-many steps ahead of us."

"You should be resting in the chapel," the towermaster chastizes.

"I've slept enough," Custodio insists. "Let's go figure this mystery out. If there is a magical library there, it's as good as going anywhere else to start."

"Very well," Elkgrar says with a sigh. "Master Terger, lead the way."

The gathered group leaves the old tower and Wyndlasmere House behind as Terger leads them through Old City towards that place. As they draw nearer to their destination, Terger becomes more anxious about making the suggestion.

"This is where I would put a safehouse in Old City," Rhodes notes with a nod. "Many of the families here have little political clout in Bluffside. Well, that was the case back before I was tossed in the Dungeon."

Terger stops in front of an old gate that leads into a small courtyard. The manor house looms like an ancient keep filled with the spirits of the dead.

"It looks haunted," Custodio says while rubbing the holy symbol tattoo on his arm. He looks at Terger. "Are you sure about this?"
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"I'm sure," Terger says. "The only ghosts here are memories." Terger slides the key into the lock and opens the door. Despite the worn look of the outside the inside is clean, elegant, and homely. A seal is inlaid in the marble floor of the foyer but it's unlikely that anyone but Rhodes would recognize it. A pair of staircases spiral up to a balcony of the second floor. Two doors flank either side of the foyer and a well lit hallway runs under the balcony toward the back of the house opposite the door you entered in.
"Bedrooms are upstairs. Help yourself to any one of them except the master bedroom. The library is at the end of the hall if you magic types want to get started." He grabs a small crystal bell from a table by the door and rings it. A few seconds later a youngish looking elven maid comes out of the door on the right. Her placid, professional look is quickly replaced by an expression of shock. "Master Klaus, we had no idea to expect you," she says.
"It is okay Eririel," Terger replies, "I did not know I was coming until earlier this evening. Please see that some cold meats and cheese are put out for my associates and bring me some ale to the study. And have Gerey light some fires in the library, lounge, and study. And please let the rest of the staff know that I am here."
"Gentlemen, I would like to welcome you to Stormgrove Manor," he says. "I'll be in the study if anyone needs me," He says indicating to the door on the left.
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Once inside the study Terger speaks aloud to the air. "Yep I've finally come home Sam. I know you have someone watching us so I figured I'd just acknowledge what you're thinking. I've got to deal with Kirin and Mari's death some time and this lot needs a true headquarters. So here we are. I hope you aren't laughing at this too much."
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Post by Tellerian Hawke » Thu May 03, 2018 7:18 pm

Tim sighs, mumbling something about one place being as good as another, and sits down in the lounge (den? living room?) glad, at least, to be off his feet for a few minutes.

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"I'm sure," Terger says. "The only ghosts here are memories." Terger slides the key into the lock and opens the door. Despite the worn look of the outside the inside is clean, elegant, and homely. A seal is inlaid in the marble floor of the foyer but it's unlikely that anyone but Rhodes would recognize it. A pair of staircases spiral up to a balcony of the second floor. Two doors flank either side of the foyer and a well lit hallway runs under the balcony toward the back of the house opposite the door you entered in.
While the family seal on the floor isn't one that Relgar knows of the top of his head, there is an mysticism to its design. Likely a minor arcane family without strong ties to the Wizard Council. The seal's symbology seems to merge aspects of magic and martial together.
dfryer36 wrote:"Bedrooms are upstairs. Help yourself to any one of them except the master bedroom. The library is at the end of the hall if you magic types want to get started."
"I will inspect this library of yours," Elkgrar says. "Hopefully it will be able to tell us what we need regarding the magical key we must acquire." The dwarf turns to Relgar. "Let us see what we can discover, eh?"
dfryer36 wrote:He grabs a small crystal bell from a table by the door and rings it. A few seconds later a youngish looking elven maid comes out of the door on the right. Her placid, professional look is quickly replaced by an expression of shock. "Master Klaus, we had no idea to expect you," she says.
"It is okay Eririel," Terger replies, "I did not know I was coming until earlier this evening. Please see that some cold meats and cheese are put out for my associates and bring me some ale to the study. And have Gerey light some fires in the library, lounge, and study. And please let the rest of the staff know that I am here."
Eririel curtsies and nods once. She dashes off to do Terger's bidding.

"Master Klaus?" Rhodes ponders. "So you're the previous owner of this manor, are you? Or did you inherit it?"

"That's really none of our business," Custodio notes quickly. "It's a good place to plan out what we need to do in order to get into Waldo's planar enclave. While being an Oakfirst Manor was convienant, we might as well as waved our hands up in the air and said, 'here we are' to anyone paying attention."
dfryer36 wrote:"Gentlemen, I would like to welcome you to Stormgrove Manor," he says. "I'll be in the study if anyone needs me," He says indicating to the door on the left.
"Stormgrove," Rhodes says. "I haven't heard that name in a long time. Even since before I was locked up." He nods to Terger before heading upstairs to pick a bedroom. Custodio watches him go but doesn't follow the convict.

Elkgrar leads the way to the library with Relgar trailing just behind the dwarven cleric. While the library's double doors stand closed, it isn't locked. Inside, you find a large room filled with rows of books that look like they haven't been looked at in years. The room is well kept up, however, and there is very little dust on the books or shelves although there are more than just traces on the medium-sized table sitting in the center of the room. A few low shelves have been covered with linen drop-clothes and one shelf in the back stands empty. There is also a glass case that stands empty as well. A cold fireplace sits along the back wall.

Elkgrar carefully pulls the drop clothes off the low shelves, which hold not just books, but also silverware, strange trinkets, and pristine clockwork timepiece. The silverware is stamped with the same seal that was on the floor of the foyer.

"Those books detail the lineage of the Stormgove Family who have lived in this region for over 500 years," a deep, melodic voice says from behind Relgar and Elkgrar. An elderly tall black man stands at the door way. He is holding an armful of wood for the fire. He steps forward and bows without losing a single piece of wood. "I am Gerey. I will handle any comforts you may require while in Stormgrove Manor." The man heads over to fireplace and quickly gets to work building and lighting a fire. Once he has finished, he waits by the door in case either of the adventurers has a request. (If Relgar doesn't have a request, he leaves them to their work.)

"Let's take a look," Elkgrar wanders off into a short row of books and begins browsing through the titles. "An interesting selection of books. This section seems to be dedicated to the history of the city, its military traditions, and the various guilds of the city."

OOC: willpell, I'll post a roll for you in the OOC thread regarding Relgar's research results in the library.
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Tim sighs, mumbling something about one place being as good as another, and sits down in the lounge — glad, at least, to be off his feet for a few minutes.
Custodio joins Tim in the lounge and takes a seat near the cold fireplace. You don't have to wait very long before a tall, wizened, dark-skinned gentleman enters the lounge. He lights a fire and then introduces himself as Gerey. "If there is anything that you require, I will be pleased to do as required."

"We were staying at Oakfirst Manor up until now," Custodio notes. "Some of out possessions are still there and would be helpful to have them brought here — quietly, no fanfare."

"I understand," Gerey bows. "I will have our most discreet steward handle the transfer of items. No one will see him enter or leave that place. While I can't guarantee he won't have to interact with Commander Oakfirst's staff, he is quite cunning and diplomatic."

"As long as no one gets hurt," Custodio insists. The cleric glances towards Big Tim.

"Of course not," Gerey says with a wry smile.

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Once inside the study Terger speaks aloud to the air. "Yep I've finally come home Sam. I know you have someone watching us so I figured I'd just acknowledge what you're thinking. I've got to deal with Kirin and Mari's death some time and this lot needs a true headquarters. So here we are. I hope you aren't laughing at this too much."
Images play out in Terger's mind. He sees his faimily in front of him as they once were in this very room. The memories of Mari are quite painful. While he sits, Eririel comes and goes twice. She leaves him a worn blanket that was once his favorite to use with Kirin on the low divan that sits near the fireplace. Eventually, Gerey comes in and lights a fire for Terger. The retired bard whistles a simple tune as he works. He doesn't say anything to Terger until just as he is about to leave.

"It is good to see you again, Kl-, Master Klaus. While I doubt you'll stay long, I am here to see to anything you might need." He pauses. "But you alway were the independant sort even before you and I first came here from your father's estate."
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Re: [Kulan] D&D 3.5 PbP: Western Kanpur|Bluffside Campaign [IC]

Post by willpell » Fri May 18, 2018 6:39 pm

"blade magic?" Relgar murmurs quietly as he observes the Stormgrove crest. Once Gerey presents himself, he makes a simple and unpretentious request to have the table cleansed of dust, hoping that the servant has enough sense to use a wet cloth to trap the detritus, rather than stirring it into the air, and then to use a separate cloth to dry the surface. All of this is second nature to Relgar, who maintains his books as a matter of course, much as with any tool. What is not second nature to him is remembering not to insult the servant by telling him how to do his job; that took a concerted mental effort on the geometer's part, but with his mind having been recently rattled by the extraplanar glyphs, he's making a distinct effort to discipline his mind, making him better able to call up those rules of etiquette which he has managed the rote memorization of.

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Re: [Kulan] D&D 3.5 PbP: Western Kanpur|Bluffside Campaign [IC]

Post by dfryer36 » Sat May 19, 2018 12:23 am

Knightfall wrote:
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Images play out in Terger's mind. He sees his family in front of him as they once were in this very room. The memories of Mari are quite painful. While he sits, Eririel comes and goes twice. She leaves him a worn blanket that was once his favorite to use with Kirin on the low divan that sits near the fireplace. Eventually, Gerey comes in and lights a fire for Terger. The retired bard whistles a simple tune as he works. He doesn't say anything to Terger until just as he is about to leave.

"It is good to see you again, Kl-, Master Klaus. While I doubt you'll stay long, I am here to see to anything you might need." He pauses. "But you alway were the independant sort even before you and I first came here from your father's estate."
"I plan on being here for the time being Gerey," Terger says. "I couldn't come back after Kirin and Mari's deaths because I wasn't ready to face the pain. But now that I have fallen in with that lot out there I don't have the option of being selfish anymore. They need a leader and a home. I might not be the best person for the former but I can give them the latter. And maybe we'll all find what we need here." Terger crosses the room and takes the man by the hand. "Thank you for caring for my home while I was away old friend. You were always more of a father to me than my own father has been. There is no need to call me master since you practically raised me." Terger smiles warmly and lets go of the man's hand. "One more thing Gerey; will you ask Mr. Rhodes to join me in the study? I think it's time I cleared the air with him."
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Stormgrove Manor

Post by Knightfall » Tue May 29, 2018 5:56 am

willpell wrote:
Fri May 18, 2018 6:39 pm
"blade magic?" Relgar murmurs quietly as he observes the Stormgrove crest. Once Gerey presents himself, he makes a simple and unpretentious request to have the table cleansed of dust, hoping that the servant has enough sense to use a wet cloth to trap the detritus, rather than stirring it into the air, and then to use a separate cloth to dry the surface. All of this is second nature to Relgar, who maintains his books as a matter of course, much as with any tool. What is not second nature to him is remembering not to insult the servant by telling him how to do his job; that took a concerted mental effort on the geometer's part, but with his mind having been recently rattled by the extraplanar glyphs, he's making a distinct effort to discipline his mind, making him better able to call up those rules of etiquette which he has managed the rote memorization of.
"I will have it cleaned shortly. While I must light the other fires, I will return shortly and deal with it myself." Gerey replies with a bow. He disappears with the rest of the firewood.

OOC: See at the end of the post for more...
dfryer36 wrote:
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Knightfall wrote:Eventually, Gerey comes in and lights a fire for Terger. The retired bard whistles a simple tune as he works. He doesn't say anything to Terger until just as he is about to leave. "It is good to see you again, Kl-, Master Klaus. While I doubt you'll stay long, I am here to see to anything you might need." He pauses. "But you alway were the independant sort even before you and I first came here from your father's estate."
"I plan on being here for the time being Gerey," Terger says. "I couldn't come back after Kirin and Mari's deaths because I wasn't ready to face the pain. But now that I have fallen in with that lot out there I don't have the option of being selfish anymore. They need a leader and a home. I might not be the best person for the former but I can give them the latter. And maybe we'll all find what we need here." Terger crosses the room and takes the man by the hand. "Thank you for caring for my home while I was away old friend. You were always more of a father to me than my own father has been. There is no need to call me master since you practically raised me."
"While your father hasn't always been there for you, Klaus," Gerey says. "Know that he does love you, in his own way. He may not say it, but it is there. But I am glad you are here, my boy." Gerey pulls Terger in, gives him a quick hug, and pats him on the back. "We will make the manor a good home for your compatriots."
dfryer36 wrote:Terger smiles warmly and lets go of the man's hand. "One more thing Gerey; will you ask Mr. Rhodes to join me in the study? I think it's time I cleared the air with him."
"I will have Charita let him know," Gerey replies. "Your wizard friend wishes me to clear the dust from the library. It seems Puck has been slacking off on his duties." He pauses. "And you might want to include the other two in the lounge. The big one seemed a bit miffed when I was in there lighting the fire. But, I will tell Charita to tell Mr. Rhodes to come here."

Gerey pats Terger on the shoulder before heading out of the study to attend to his other duties. Roughly ten minutes later, Rhodes enters the study.

"That slip of a girl said you want to see me," he says with a touch of annoyance. "If you have something to say, you could have just come and seen me yourself. You might be Master Klaus to these servants of yours, but I'm not your servant. I thought by now, you might have come to see me as an equal, but I'm beginning to think you're no different than the pretenious nobles that turned on me after my father went mad. There have been a dozen times I could have easily have slipped away and chose to stay and see this through -- not only for Rosenberg but also for the city."
---

Meanwhile...
Relgar doesn't have to wait long for Gerey to return. He arrives with a young man in tow and points to the table in anger. "I trained you better than this, young man. Have you no pride in your work?"

"But, sir, no one ever uses this libr-" He stops when he sees Relgar and Elkgrar. "Oh, I didn't realize."

"It doesn't matter whether or not they are here or not," Gerey snaps. "Master Klaus gave us clear instructions when he left that the interior is to remain spotless even if the exterior cannot be maintained as highly." Gerey steps around the table and crosses his arms. "Now, I want you to go and get everything that is required to clean this table and the entire room and I will retrain you in how to properly cleanse a library of dust without any shortcuts. Now move!"

The lad scrambles out into the hall and disappears down a side corridor. Elkgrar looks like he's about to say something but decides against it. The man-child returns with a bucket that is half full of water, as well as clean rags, polishes, and evenly cut linen schmattes in a fine oak box. The boy does a barely passible job on the table. He misses two corners and doesn't clean the tables legs. Gerey is not pleased, but instead of yelling at the boy he just shakes his head in disgust. He takes a clean rag, carefully dips it in the water, wrings it out, and gos over every inch of the table. He then uses the polishes and schmattes to make the table almost gleam. After finishing, he hands another clean rag to the boy and points to the empties shelves.

"You need to practise your craft if you ever want to take over my position," Gerey says. "Now, get to work and no cutting corners. I want to see those shelves shine within an hour. I will come back to check on you." He looks at Relgar. "And work as quietly as you can. These guests have important work to do and I don't want you disturbing them."

The boy nods his head and then when he sees Gerey's face, he remembers to bow gracefully, as the old man did, to Elkgrar and Relgar. He quickly but carefully carries the bucket to the shelves and gets to work.

Gerey turns to Relgar and bows. "Master Klaus says you are to consider the manor your home, so I hope the table is now beyond reproach. If not, I will go over it again. And I will make sure that Puck cleanses every last trace of dust from the rest of the room. And if you wish to see them, I can bring the rarer books out from storage. Many of them were the mistress's personal arcane tomes and you shouldn't have to worry about any magical protections as long as you speak the phrase "Kirin, domina est procellas."

He bows again.
---

Elsewhere in the manor...
Custodio and Big Tim sit in an awkward silence for what feels like forever. The cleric eventually begins asking Tim about his homeland and his family in order to make the big half-ogre feel at ease.
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Post by Tellerian Hawke » Tue May 29, 2018 7:04 am

Tim says, “My homeland? I think ‘home world’ would be a more appropriate term. I am told that I am here because of some deitific manipulation, and that because the powers that be chose me for their machinations, that I must be special, destined to fulfill some important purpose. But I don’t feel so special; in fact, I feel alone and confused, like an outsider. I feel as if I’m an uninvited guest, crashing a wedding. I really don’t know what to make of all of this; I will be glad when we find this so-called ‘Waldo,’ because I owe him one for the little fire trap he left for us. Nothing clears the head and rights the senses like a good, old-fashioned meting out of justice.”

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Relgar is visibly discomforted by the young servant's dressing-down, feeling responsible for the way that he is now being berated by his employer. He says nothing, not wanting to interfere with a working relationship, but he is now feeling guilty, and retreats into himself rather than addressing that feeling. He'll be lucky if he manages to remember the passcode that Gerey eventually mentions, since he's trying to avoid overhearing the butler's berating of the youth.

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Re: Stormgrove Manor

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Knightfall wrote:
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"That slip of a girl said you want to see me," he says with a touch of annoyance. "If you have something to say, you could have just come and seen me yourself. You might be Master Klaus to these servants of yours, but I'm not your servant. I thought by now, you might have come to see me as an equal, but I'm beginning to think you're no different than the pretenious nobles that turned on me after my father went mad. There have been a dozen times I could have easily have slipped away and chose to stay and see this through -- not only for Rosenberg but also for the city."
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"It's because I see you as an equal that I wanted to talk to you in private," Terger said. "And I'm sorry for the way your family was treated after the problems with your father. But you are partially right; my father was one of the men who led the witch hunt against your family. You see my real name isn't Terger. It's Klaus Simoneus. If we're going to work together we have to trust each other so I am trusting you with the deepest secret I have."
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Post by Knightfall » Fri Jun 15, 2018 6:13 am

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Tim says, “My homeland? I think ‘home world’ would be a more appropriate term. I am told that I am here because of some deitific manipulation, and that because the powers that be chose me for their machinations, that I must be special, destined to fulfill some important purpose. But I don’t feel so special; in fact, I feel alone and confused, like an outsider. I feel as if I’m an uninvited guest, crashing a wedding. I really don’t know what to make of all of this; I will be glad when we find this so-called ‘Waldo,’ because I owe him one for the little fire trap he left for us. Nothing clears the head and rights the senses like a good, old-fashioned meting out of justice.”
"I'm sorry you feel out out of place," Custodio replies. "While Bluffside is my home, lately I've felt that there could be someplace better to live. It isn't just 'Waldo'. Yes, I watched several good friends die due to the renegade's evil plans. And there is Anya. She was abused by his hired minions and she's now a broken soul in the city's Asylum." He pauses and sighs. "Bluffside has become more political as the years have passed. Life in the city used to be simpler. I'm not even sure I want to return to the Elite after this is all over. Right now, all I want is revenge for my fallen comrades and many citizens who died during the explosion and fires it caused." He looks a Tim. "That happened in New City before you were brought here. There were others that once had this quest but the trials of it made them leave the city. I can't really blame them. They came to the city seeking solace and found nothing but blood and politics."

He pauses again while flipping through an old book. "What I can tell you of Mirella is that if she brought you here, it wasn't just about manipulation. She is more than just the World Goddess. She's a deity of fate, magic, time, and what her clerics call the Balance. Maybe your destiny on Kulan goes beyond helping us bring 'Waldo' to justice. I'll help you find you place here, and if you wish to go back to your home world, I'll help you with that too."

Custodio smiles. "But for now, I think we should do something productive. I'd rather do anything than just sit here, waiting." He stands. "I'm going to head up to the library and see how Elkgrar and Relgar's research is coming along. I doubt they've found anything yet, but it's better than sitting here on my butt." He heads for the lounge's doorway but pauses to look back. "You want to come along?"
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Relgar is visibly discomforted by the young servant's dressing-down, feeling responsible for the way that he is now being berated by his employer. He says nothing, not wanting to interfere with a working relationship, but he is now feeling guilty, and retreats into himself rather than addressing that feeling. He'll be lucky if he manages to remember the passcode that Gerey eventually mentions, since he's trying to avoid overhearing the butler's berating of the youth.
Gerey senses Relgar's discomfort. He clears his throat and Puck comes back to the table.

"Yes Mr Gerey," he asks.

"The young wizard here feels that I'm being hard on you," Gerey says while motioning to Relgar and the stack of books he's arranged on the table. "Would you agree with that assessment? Speak frankly, Puck."

Puck thinks for a long time before answering. "No, I don't think your being overly hard on me. I've gone through a lot worse in my life. Left for dead in Undercity. Forced to steal to eat and fight for my life." He looks at Relgar and bows. "I thank you for your concern, but my life here is very good compared to where I was before Master Klaus and Mr Gerey pulled me from the gutters. They saved my life and gave me a purpose."

"And an education," Gerey adds.

"Yes, I was quite illiterate before I was brought to Stormgrove Manor. While I'll never be a scholar or a wizard such as yourself," he nods to Relgar. "I've learned more here than the streets ever taught me. And I have a warm place to sleep and food to eat." He looks at Gerey. "Which is why I must earn my keep and work hard to better myself."

"Well said," Gerey says with pride. "Now, back to work. I'll come check on you later."

Puck nods eagerly and bows to both men. He heads back to his work with a more renewed vigor.

"He's a good lad," Gerey whispers to Relgar. "He's just prone to goofing once in a while. A firm hand helps keep him focused."

Gerey bows again and heads out of the library. Ten minutes later, Custodio appears at the library's doorway.

"Any luck yet?" the Vanquisher cleric asks.

"We've only just started," Elkgrar notes from his chair without looking up.

OOC: If Tellerian Hawke has "Big Tim" go with Custodio, then the two of them walk in together. :)
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"That slip of a girl said you want to see me," he says with a touch of annoyance. "If you have something to say, you could have just come and seen me yourself. You might be Master Klaus to these servants of yours, but I'm not your servant. I thought by now, you might have come to see me as an equal, but I'm beginning to think you're no different than the pretenious nobles that turned on me after my father went mad. There have been a dozen times I could have easily slipped away, but I chose to stay and see this through -- not only for Rosenberg but also for the city."
"It's because I see you as an equal that I wanted to talk to you in private," Terger said. "And I'm sorry for the way your family was treated after the problems with your father. But you are partially right; my father was one of the men who led the witch hunt against your family. You see my real name isn't Terger. It's Klaus Simoneus. If we're going to work together we have to trust each other so I am trusting you with the deepest secret I have."
Rhodes waits for a moment before speaking. "I know the name but I never met your father. And if he helped bring my father to justice, he did me and my family a favor. My Pater," Rhodes pauses. "Tjaard was completely insane. He ruined my family and when I tried to stop him, he took control of and broke my mind. I'd still be in his thrall if he hadn't been executed."

Rhodes finds a sturdy chair and drops down into it unceramoniously. "What happened after that couldn't have been helped. Tjaard's corruption of the Rhodes and Paddon families ran deep and many in my branch of the twisted tree became depraved or went insane. Two of my cousins worked alongside father willingly. I did not shed a tear when they were beheaded. Of course, the Paddons were even more depraved, although my mater was an innocent. Blind, but innocent. Her taking her own life was surprising, but from what I was told, she felt she had no choice. We were not close, however. She chose to have me and my fratres and soror raised by an assa. It made it easier for Tjaard to corrupt them. Hearing of Amator's death was heartbreaking; he was completely innocent. He was my friend as well as my frater. I learned that they never did find Viviana, my soror. She is an evil witch and I'm sure she's causing harm somewhere in the world. I doubt she's anywhere near Bluffside."

He looks up at Terger. "I know what is like to be blamed for the sins of the family. You don't have worry, as long as you tell me you weren't involved in any of it."
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"I swear on the souls of my wife and daughter," Terger says gesturing to the painting above the fireplace, "that I had nothing to do with the affair."
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"What do you say we go find the others, some stout ale, and figure out how we're going to stop this bastard wizard," Terger adds.
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