Differences in The Wandering Inn 1.40
- Her skeleton was playing chess.
At this point she wasn’t even surprised.
- Untold and unplundered treasures were just waiting for the taking,
the kind of rewards that could elevate any adventuring group into Gold-ranking—or even higher.
- But by the same token,
- it was deadly.
So much so that even the treasure-lust of the other adventurers was being kept at bay.
But something that could kill even a team of Silver-ranks without letting any of them live—
- She was over sixty years old,
and even if she hadn’t spent all that time adventuring,
he was glad she was here.
- In truth,
- have you?
Just one costs several hundred gold or even a thousand,
- and that’s for low-Tier spells.
- I’d need to level up quite a bit.
But with a spell book I could study a spell and learn it in a year or so.”
- two years—so what?
- But it was the bane of an adventurers’ existence.
They earned more than even skilled workers,
- but to keep adventuring they needed more.
- her fist-fighting skill.
Even her lack of levels…
- it’s enough to interest me,
- Gerial blinked at Sostrom.
Of the three mages in the Horns of Hammerad he was second-strongest and if he couldn’t cast [Fireballs],
- Gerial had still grown to appreciate his ability.
“He’s not—technically a graduate.”
But you said—”
- If he had the money he could have advanced quite highly.
But he dropped out about the same time I ran out of funds.”
- Perhaps it was because it had been so quick.
Gazi hadn’t even attracted attention when she’d drawn her sword because she’d moved so fast no one had seen it leave her sheathe.
- But it was hard to ignore a drawn blade at the throat of a half-elf in the middle of the street.
- They looked around the street.
Sostrom pointed to an alleyway and they ran even as the Watch arrived on the scene,
- led by an irate Drake with a spear.
- “Gazers can cast spells as easily as looking.
Even a Half-Gazer can do the same,
- it seems.”
- The skeleton was pulling and heaving at the battleaxe stuck in the dirt as hard as it could.
The heavy blade didn’t even budge.