Differences in The Wandering Inn 3.36
- Correct me if I’m wrong,
but we’ve a little bit of time before them.”
“How?” Now I’m worried.
- It’s not as if I could prove anything.
I had no idea there were truth spells in this world.”
- Stone is a necessity to avoid leakage;
and paint wears away in no time.
- My dwelling is plain because I have shaped it for function,
- Another flat look.
Hevault tapped the blade twice with his finger and replied testily.
- Ryoka shut her mouth and raised her hands.
Hevault sighed and tapped the blade of the dagger twice.
- It is not a common discovery in adventurer’s packs however,
as they generally fail to stopper said potions correctly and it is subsequently lost…
- this one is untouched.
- and wished she couldn’t.
Hedvault placed the potions back in the pack dismissively.
- wondering if she’d lost some of her hearing for good.
She saw Reynault shaking his head and turned to Hedault.
- Three rings and a wand.
Ryoka exhaled hard as she stared down at the items in Hedualt’s hand.
“Bags of holding rarely contain more than a hundred pounds of weight—and those bags are very magically unstable,
- let me assure you.
- “This one holds a bit more than twenty pounds.
I’d say fifty five is the upper limit.
- Mind telling me how good this one is?”
- Ryoka had seen valuable gems—she was aware of the difference between cheap cut stones and the really important stuff.
The diamond was the later kind.
it is practically opaque?
- It will slowly stabilize and its true form—I believe it is a brass band—will emerge.
- Laken knew he should be at the inn they’d found,
- And he had business at the Merchant’s Guild—and the Runner’s Guild—and the Adventurer’s Guild.