Differences in The Wandering Inn 5.37 G
- fled while the adventurers secured the mountain.
Their leaders hid rather than confront Ellia Arcsinger as she stared down,
- wielding the shining silver bow.
- refusing to let the primal fear surging in him overwhelm him completely.
He glanced back up at Ellia Arcsinger.
- A Skill.
And Ellia Arcsinger’s head turned.
- Her eyes locked on Reiss and he felt a jolt of true terror strike him.
- he knew.
He’d have to doge whatever spells they cast from behind,
- fight his way forwards.
- roared and punched with one hand—nearly lost the hand,
blocked fell back,
- slashed upwards,
- The old Hob grinned at him.
Then he stared up at Ellia Arcsinger.
- His arm tensed and Garen braced himself.
- But the old Goblin wasn’t aiming at him.
He turned and hurled the sword straight at Ellia,
- hundreds of feet above like it was a spear.
- fragments of the enchanted sword blown to bits.
Ellia Arcsinger lowered her arm and the other adventurers stared around wildly.
- They pointed down and shouted.
The Goblins hurried over to the bodies and began looking the Gold-rank adventurers.
- Garen bent and hurriedly peeled the leather armor off the [Swordsman],
- But they hadn’t.
Why hadn’t Ellia Arcsinger moved?
- Was her only target the Goblin Lord?
- but his glance to the left pinpointed a woman standing in the crowd.
- dressed in her maid outfit,
- Emperor Laken.
I look forwards to it.
Give me two hour’s time to reconnect with my soldiers to the east.
- I will handle the Chieftain at that time as well.”
- “I will leave it to your discretion.
Although I would ask for clemency of a member of the fair sex were to be found to be guilty.
- Of either gender,
Lord Pellmia and Welca Vis were both talking to someone standing on the ground.
- A [Witch] of all people,
“Lady Vis here has been searching for her missing companion.
- Sir Kerrig.
- “We did meet your companion in Riverfarm,
- Over there.
Lady Vis claims that he might be the Chieftain.”
- you were captive of the Goblins for a period of time.
Tyrion squinted at the distance Hob.
- He frowned as he slowly read and then nodded.