Differences in The Wandering Inn 4.04 K
The world precipitated a crash of broken pottery.
- A woman who’d been carrying a load of dirty dishes dropped them when she heard the word.
- but Trey would have bet his eyeteeth—since he didn’t have any actual money—that the woman would be telling everyone in earshot as soon as she was out of sight.
And Gazi probably new that,
- but she walked on.
- Gazi looked bored;
only one eye was one him.
- Two were for her King and one—
- I went to war for the thousands who died under his rule,
not to steal land of wealth.”
- Maresar’s lip curled and Flos shook his head.
He sat with his straight against his throne,
- staring at the ceiling.
- such as it is.
Now see it’s true heart.
- We prepare for war,
- The walls had to be inspected,
soldiers manned and watchful at all times,
- and gear had to be distributed.
all of these preparation were the first order of business.
- she has concluded that none may be found save by arms.
We declare war upon the nation of Reim and I am tasked with ensuring this messages reaches his Majesty Flos so that an understanding is reached.”
“Well it makes sense,
- don’t it?”
The King waved away the smell and the twin had to go sit down for a bit.
- That was the fourth declaration of war.
yet there was a smile on his face when he said there names.
- And unshed tears in his eyes.
- Tottenval and Queravia.
He knew they were the two who had died without being told.
- He stared out of the window at one of the battlements.
Trey knew that the city had a number of high watch towards and decently tall walls,
- but no trebuchets or catapults of their own.
- Gazi smiled,
and they walked to a corner over to talk with unsettling grins.
- Trey saw Orthenon glance several times at his King before he cleared his throat.
- Drevish disliked remodeling existing architecture.
He was far more of a fan of Drake construction practices than the Chandrarian style on that note.
- He especially disliked the way the towers are placed,
- But he did like the height of the towers.
He was a fan of what he called self-sufficient architecture,
- buildings that didn’t need to be protected,
“Don’t let you mind dwell on it.
- Orthenon will be riding for hours before he meets the enemy.
But there were fear as well.
- It was really happening.