Differences in The Wandering Inn 2.23
- This was horrible.
This was a pile of her owns coin and a day of frantic effort down the drain.
- All she’d gotten were…
- It made his head ache;
only he had no head that could ache or brain,
- so the feelings just built up inside of him until Toren wished he could smash his skull apart.
That at least was doable Toren started for the door.
- Normally he would have immediately gone back to Erin,
to obey her next instructions but now he didn’t’ feel like it.
- The skeleton looked towards the north.
The dungeon entrance and the Goblin’s lair was too far away even if he ran.
- But there were several Shield Spider nests that way,
- it was cold for the Drake,
but it had to be even colder from the Human girl.
- Selys murmured the words and got a few glances from the people around her.
But it was true—the other Gnolls that had gathered to watch the Human thief exiled from the city all had that blank,
- expressionless look on their faces.
Only Selys had a twinge in her chest as the Tkrn forced the crying girl out into the snow.
- She felt…
- whimpering girl herded out the city gates without a twinge of guilt.
Maybe it because she’d known Erin for so long.
- If it had been Erin sent to freeze or be eaten by monsters—
- He was disgusting.
Selys tried not to glare as he tail thrashed on the ground with anger.
- This sight wasn’t fun.
- but Pisces had seen her.
He unapologetically pushed his way through the crowed until he was standing next to her.
- Pisces nodded at the Captain of the Watch,
- as she stood with Klbkch,
- through the snow.
She kept stumbling and falling into the frozen ice,
- but she was not evil.
And maybe she didn’t deserve the die.
- Selys had given her a chance.
- to add to his report.
It was just a simply answer to the question put to him,
- but he knew it wasn’t right.
- or some insight?
But it would not do bother his Queen or offer unsolicited opinions.
- Klbkch had surpassed him.
The other Antinium had danced a deadly trail of death through the rampart former Workers,
- while Ksmvr had stuck to the established protocols.
“The rate of those who did not encounter Erin Solstice was—one in a one hundred and sixty three.
- No Soldiers became Individual,
“So it seems Klbkchhzeim was correct.
- Erin Solstice is needed,
- or perhaps he would not.
In the mean time it was simply another annoyance on top of the Queen’s plate of annoyances.
- More than once,
the Queen had thought of creating yet another Prognugator,
- or even another Queen,
- That process was underway,
but could be sped up or halted with the Antinum’s help or lack thereof.
- Erin dropped the flower she was holding,
but Ceria was on her feet in and instant.
The half-Elf gaped at Erin.
- And this one was special.
Val had been puzzling over it the entire way north and he was wondering what Lady magnolia would make of it.
- Lady Magnolia handed the letter to Ressa,
and the maid made it disappear into his skirt.
- Val blinked.
- leaned forwards.
He found himself staring into a room expensively decorated as with every place,
- but in this case,
- brave Courier?”
Later than evening,
- in Liscor,
- who was at the desk in the Adventurer’s Guild at the time.
A Named Adventurer began his slow journey north from the Walled Cities,
and another sailed across the seas.