Differences in The Wandering Inn 3.16
- Ryoka had her iPhone.
She’d kept it even thought she’d gone to a whole new world.
- Whereas Erin hadn’t.
- Jasi gave Erin a warm,
- She was sitting somewhat tensely in front of Miss Agnes,
- I was thinking about it all night.
And I had a chat with Cumin—you did a wonderful thing,
- helping Jasi and Grev.
- and Miss Agnes had decided that her inn was not for the Drake.
And better yet—she’d talked it over with Mister Cumin,
- her husband,
- What about cooking?
I hear your kind has variety of…
- interesting treats.”
- I didn’t know I’d be an [Innkeeper] when I was young.
But when I met Cecil,
Welse looked up guiltily as he tucked into a crepe Erin had made.
- He straightened up in his chair,
- go shopping.
I’m sure Cumin would love a new decoration.
The smile Erin gave her was just that .
- A smile.
- Grev needs to stop stealing,
and Wesle probably need to get back to work,
- but he’s helping us.
- she’d wanted to be a chess commentator,
someone with a huge following or even a Youtube channel.
- Her dreams weren’t huge,
- That was all Erin said.
She sat at the table and clenched her hands.
- This wasn’t right.
- She had to tell them.
The knowledge was burning a hole in her chest,
- trying to get out.
- How did she do that?
As Erin helped right the table and clean up the mess—the others were to shaken to do more than sit—she wondered what had happened.
- that’s not even it.
What I just said I’d say to the crowd before the actual play started.
- To understand a real play—you’d have to see it done with multiple actors on stage.”
- And they even had a place to practice.
All of this should theoretically translate into a play
- At first glance,
Shakesphere made sense.
- He was a famous guy—his works were classic!
A woven script filled with a craftman’s trickery with words.
- Even more impressive,
- young [Innkeeper] ran into Stitchworks,
and dragged the shopkeeper out,
- kicking and screaming.
The play continued,
as the lead actor,
Romeo played by Wesle was introduced.
- He went to a ball at the house of a famous Drake [Lord] and there laid eyes on the lovely Juliet,
Erin had liberally used other famous lines from Shakesphere’s play to add to the drama.
- The Drake playing Tybalt sneered at Wesle,
- Fire-eyed fury be my conduct now!
Mercurio’s body is not yet cold—waiting for you or I to give it company in the grave!”
- When the last actor staggered out of the inn and Erin had hugged Jasi and watched Agnes collapse onto a table,
the bag of coins she’d earned held blissfully on her chest?
- When she’d seen Wesle walk away,