Differences in The Wandering Inn 1.36
- It helped,
but even a fully belly wasn’t improving her mood.
- it was simply that it was a shame he wasn’t killing anything.
He understood in a vague way that he would not acquire the [Innkeeper] class because it did not in fact own an inn,
- but the [Barmaid] class was,
- he felt,
was something of a misnomer.
- When we heard about three Human adventurers getting their tails kicked by an Innkeeper,
some Workers and a few Goblins we laughed our scales off.
- We don’t care about what happens to those Humans.
- but everything is chaos,
- I was lucky not to lose my goods,
- Come back another day,
- It was completely understandable that the shopkeepers were angry,
and there was more she could do.
- Like talk with friends.
- tried not to touch the shouting adventurer covered in blood and…
guts and made her way out of the inn.
- Rags made a face as Erin glared at her.
But the Worker she’d been played bowed its head towards Erin.
Rag’s fingers closed around a pawn and then the Goblin froze.
- Her pointed ears twitched and she stared at the door.
- the air rang as Ksmvr’s blades shot out of their sheathes.
The Antinium held his all four arms on guard and pointed one of his daggers at Pawn.
“Please move aside Erin Solstice.”
- and then shook his head.
He spoke inflectionlessly.
- “My position is temporary.
But any possibility of a Worker becoming Abomination must be dealt with swiftly.
The door closed behind him with softly.
- “What is that Ksmvr guy doing?
Why does he look exactly like Klkbch!”
She wanted to run after her.
- But they’d convinced her—finally convinced her—that even if she followed them there would be nothing she could do.
his bullish head and rippling muscles made her feel like she was talking to a cow that had decided to start working out and walk around on two legs.
The man with the mustaches cleared his throat awkwardly.