Differences in The Wandering Inn 2.31
- forgetting about her stolen pizza recipe for just one second.
She’d been looking forwards to this all day.
- “That was quick.
You shouldn’t keep you gold lying out.”
- He turned away in disgust.
Even if he’d ever consider hiring the Antinum –
- and there was little chance of that!
- the idea of interviewing a bunch of unfriendly Drakes and Gnolls lost a lot of its appeal when he considered sitting by himself in her inn.
It was certainly better than the other Drake’s inn where the large innkeeper would be constantly laughing and talking with a raised voice and getting on Harlac’s nerves.
- as she chattered to him the entire time.
Erin Solstice seemed to have no trouble carrying one a conversation by herself,
- but to his surprise he found himself talking to her after a bit.
Halrac shugged uncomfortably as he walked through the snow with her.
- It had been a long time since he’d chatted with anyone who was female and not part of his team.
- It made his eyes purple,
but even after it broke his eyes haven’t changed back!
- How weird is that?”
- it’s just that I wanted to try playing other players and the Antinium are always willing to play—and even pay me for their time!
And I know you’re busy and I wouldn’t to take away from…
In that case I’ll play you and pawn at the same time.
- I love to play a dual game.
The Drake had the oddest expression on his face,
but Ceria started talking quite friendly with Zevara,
- and the Captain seemed just as polite.
- Olesm must have been hungry,
because he looked incredibly relieved when Erin came back with two hot pizzas on each glove.
- Pawn nodded in appreciation,
- Erin immediately pushed a second pawn into Slav Defense,
- and there the game paused for a moment.
- you know.
His names Moses,
- and a lot of Human kids know about him.”
- It was when he found a burning bush…
- And he was the son of God!
- depending on who you ask.”
- the better life we’d have.
If we didn’t do much and died with low-level,
- we’d come back as animals,
he’d stared up at the sky as the Gold-adventurer slowly walked back through the snow.