Differences in The Wandering Inn 2.37
Erin sat in an expensive cushion in an expensive coach,
- staring at a [Butler] driving the vehicle pulled by magical (and probably expensive)
- One minute she’d been in her inn,
the next she was going farther and faster than she’s ever gone in this world.
- Reynold assured her everything would be alright,
- Erin turned as Reynold snapped back to even more perfect attention.
She saw a tall woman dressed in a sombre black dress,
- as official-looking and impressive as Reynold’s own attire.
Erin felt the slightest tingling on the back of her neck,
and a vague sense of unease passed across her—for just an instant.
- She blinked,
- Erin realized that this was intimidation,
- Erin stared back,
This sword was used by the young Lady Magnolia during her first battle at the pass in Liscor during the First Antinium Wars.
- She successfully defended herself and injured four Soldiers when they broke through the ring of guards to attack her.
- Or should I say,
- It is fixed to an anchor,
but no mages have been able to discern where the rings leads to.
- Putting it on might be deadly,
- The girl in the chair hadn’t gotten up,
- They were nearly equally split between genders,
and with Erin there were exactly five boys and five girls in the room.
- Another boy said that.
He had Asian features—although Erin wouldn’t have been able to guess where he was from.
- She blinked at him,
- “Goblins aren’t all evil.
Some of them friendly.
- Or can be.”
- or the day when she’d woken up and seen Relc holding the severed Goblin heads.
She hadn’t talked about fighitng the Goblin Chieftain or Skinner,
- or anything else.
Erin walked with the tall maid in the corridors for silence for a few minutes.
- It was hard to reestablish the conversation after all that.
- The head of the Reinhart family,
the heroine of the First Antinium Wars,
- and the woman who loved ice cream and blue fruit juice.