Differences in The Wandering Inn 3.14
- The [Assassin] charges at Lady Magnolia fast—faster than I could ever move.
He’s got a dagger in his hands as he lunges as Magnolia’s chest.
- I see a blur,
and then Ressa’s in the way.
- She blocks the strike with her own unarmored chest.
- That’s the only word I hear.
What I see is the burning line suddenly expending.
- The thin line becomes a beam of burning air—a pillar—Nemor’s form is engulfed in a column of fire and then it flashes—
“Reynold and Safra caught the last one as he was trying to flee.
- He is dead.”
- These killers had unknown Skills and magical items.
Killing the escaping one quickly was the correct decision for Reynold and Safra to make and I stand by their decision.”
Magnolia’s tone was ascerbic,
but she relented a bit when she heard the genuine concern in Teeriarch’s ‘voice’.
- She could almost picture the Dragon anxiously fanning his wings.
- I lie on the bed,
but I’m still far too awake to asleep.
“I think they’re wanted to have someone here in case you needed anything.”
- be that important to a [Paladin]?
Is it because the class is taking from the original idea of a paladin being a member of Charlemange’s court and being considered dignified characters?
- Or is it more broadly taken from the fact that paladins are supposed to be champions of justice,
I shake my head at Gamel as he leans forwards and to pay closer attention.
- It’s nothing.
- “But we don’t have enough food to last the winter.
And nor are we ready for a monster attack.”
I’ve never seen a monster,
- but Durene and the others have told me stories,