Differences in The Wandering Inn 2.36 G
- The snowy world descended into organized chaos as the green-skinned Goblins began scurrying around.
Rags watched as those Goblins with classes in [Cook]…
- or more accurately,
How many in Tribe?
- They argued,
and Garen eventually came up with two hundred as a rough estimate.
- something Erin might come up with.
She didn’t entirely dislike it,
- but she had to make one point clear.
The Goblin stared at Garen and then at Rags uncertainty,
- but no harder than Rags was doing.
one of the Hobs had intercepted the food gathering group and was trying to give them order.
- He gave Rags a look of long suffering and then she understood.
- The only reason he even had a tribe was because he felt the general urge to,
but he was incapable of leading any more than his few hundred,
- despite his overwhelming strength.
- Garen had none of that.
He wandering around as Rags struggled to find a way to manage his Carn Wolves.
- They were distrustful of her,
- especially since he was under her authority.
But Garen seemed to regard himself as her teacher and thus he treated her orders are suggestions to be ignored or interpreted.
- It wasn’t ideal,
- more would come,
and higher-levels ones,
and her tribe was certainly benefitting from the time to rearm and grow.
- But she herself was…
- But here they took a detour and walked south around the walls,
towards a small inn on a hill ten minutes’ walk away from the city.
- A black carriage suddenly ran through the snow,
making both Goblins stop and watch in amazement as ghostly horses pulled a the vehicle to a complete stop.
- Someone got out.