Differences in The Wandering Inn 1.32
They were about ten miles out from the city,
- but such was the traffic going to and from the ruins that it was easy to hitch a ride on a cart.
- The Gnoll nodded.
Her pulled a sword that was indeed short off the display and placed it on the counter.
- Erin poked the hilt gingerly,
- “We do not sell many bucklers.
I will sell both for four gold coins Erin Solstice,
- so long as you promise not to use either without first being instructed.”
Selys was shaking her head as the coins changed hands and the Gnoll found a sheathe for the short sword.
- or barring that,
one human could understand her.
- It was just as well she was a genius and Erin was bright enough so they could communicate this way.
- The knocking continued.
Erin waited until it ended,
- but the person at the door was persistent.
- denying biology and physics.
Erin looked into twin burning blue-white flames that flickered in the skeletons’ eye sockets.
- The skeleton opened its jaw and clattered at her.
- you didn’t rob a bunch of graves for this,
did you Pisces.
- Because if you did—hello?”