Differences in The Wandering Inn 2.48
- The first finished crossbow shone in the light of the flames as Rags lifted it and stared down at the deadly weapon.
Garen looked disapproving,
but he liked to fight up close and personal.
- He saw a cheap tool,
- they would have done better to be standing around Erin.
Ryoka had seen her take down both the Silver-rank and give all the others several good punches and she barely had a scratch on her.
- Miss Griffin.
You can’t just start fights in this city.
Now Venitra waited for her glorious creator to finish her work,
- half dreading what he would say when he learned of her failure,
- Az’kerash’s face twisted with sudden fury.
Venitra knelt in fear as he paced back in forth in front of her,
- magical robe bursting into fragments of shadow where it touched the ground.
- That nightmare took my great grandmother’s entire life to sort out and we can’t have it now.
At least we know it isn’t Lord Tyron’s doing.”
- “Even with two brains,
Tyron’s sense of honor wouldn’t allow him to use [Assassins].
- Theofore didn’t know it was a tea cup,
but did inspire him to run even faster.
- He was vaulting over the wall of the estate grounds before the last of the glass had even finished shattering on the ground.
- all their long days of feuding with the Halfseekers and the other adventuring groups to deal with the Antinium and be the first into the dungeon had come to this.
For a while it had truly felt like Halrac and the others were at the center of all the drama in Liscor as they bullied and bribed their way to this point.
- Halrac still had a bad taste in his mouth from dealing with the Antinium and that irritable Watch Captain every single day.
- In terms of seniority,
she was by far the most inexperienced Gold-rank adventurers,
- as well as the youngest.
It was common practice for some Silver and Gold-rank teams to send in inexperience adventurers to soften up monsters or clear out traps and assess a dungeon.
- As a [Scout],
- They stood or sat as they preferred on the soft,
elongated chairs that Drakes preferred in the room they had chosen to judge his testimony.
- Wall Lord Ilvriss was standing next to him,
- He had been waiting patiently throughout the day,
but now it seemed his patience would reward himself.
- But having completed his latest set of battles,
Niers had been looking forwards to playing several games.
She stared at the man and woman .They stared back.
- The scents of spilled beer and cooked food filled her senses,
along with the unpleasant odors of sweat and throw up.
- She stopped breathing so deeply.
End of Volume 2.