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537433874_Inactive (Applicant) 11/30/2005 10:56 AM EST : RE: Trouble
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She choked slightly on her drink. "My business??...uh.."

Ranae looked around the bar and continued, her words heavy with sarcasm. "The sign outside says this is a tavern. And.." she glances around again deliberately "it -does- seem to be open for business..." Her eyes narrowed, warning the dark elf to be careful with his questions. "So...if our business is not wanted, we’ll go elsewhere."

She stared at him intently. "Or, we could play a simple game of cards and forget about asking questions." She watched him eating the apple with a slight sneer. What a weirdo...

While this battle of wits continued, Keiri sat, head tilted in distraction. The priest had a highly attuned ability to sense disharmony and pain. She could feel a strong pull toward another in the tavern. She glanced around, almost turning in her seat to locate the source of the emotion. Finally, pert nose pointing like a tuning fork, she fixed her eyes on a short cloaked figure hunched at the bar.

Ralthoin felt the hair rise on the back of his neck.
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537490989_Inactive (Applicant) 11/30/2005 11:40 AM EST : RE: Trouble
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“Interesting. Very interesting.” Whisp thought to herself standing in the flickering shadows by the fireplace. “This nymph seems to be perplexing our lord and master in his own realm.” a rye smile crossing her lips.  

Whisp had been a regular at this tavern for years now and had been watching Liolin from afar almost as long. She knew ever twitch, every manner and nuance of his. Never have she seen Liolin act with such caution, especially in his own domain.

“This one is special,” she thought to herself. “She obviously has fire and spirit but there is something else something that I can not put my finger on as of this moment? Her companion seems to like his anonymity sitting there in the corner, though by the look in his friend’s eyes that anonymity would not be lasting much longer. Here is a man who knows when to make a statement and when to be no more than a wallflower. He is the unknown in this equation, the one to watch! He seems familiar to me some how? Where have I seen him before? It will come to me. Till then I think I will watch this little play and see what can be learned about our brave new “friends”.” Whisp shifts her position, with a practiced grace, ever so slightly, so as to get a better view of the strangers and Liolin. Who knows maybe their might be some profit in it for me, she thought to herself as she let the last of the shadows engulf  her slender figure.

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Ralthoin (Applicant) 11/30/2005 12:51 PM EST : RE: Trouble
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As the mind-games progressed at the table and the voices were raised Ralthoin once again checked himself from getting up. At first he thought they were well matched but now....He could see the half-elf losing control, raw emotions flowing from her like a mountain river. She was giving too much away, letting her rage overcome her common sense.

Much like he had.....

But it was not his business, none of this was. He had turned from his business hundreds of miles away in Mror and the pain and frustration he felt was unbearable. Thoughts of his family and his home wracked his brain and no matter how far he travelled they were always with him. So was she......., Elhana. It wasn't just his family he had ran away from, but his future as well. To a human or elf she would have been homely at best, but to the dwarf she was beautiful, her hazel brown hair, her deep dark eyes, and her almost white marble skin. He had adored her since they were children and both families had been friends for decades. Their marriage had been only a matter of months away. He shuddered to think what she thought of him now. 'Better her to think Im deid!' thought the dwarf and brought a fist down on the bar, spilling his ale.

It was at that point Ralthoin felt the presence of a set of eyes watching him, and as he turned he saw the little elf that had been sitting with Ranaewen staring at him a hint of sadness etched on her face. No, not sadness it was sympathy, but how could she tell.......

Ralthoin managed a weak smile at the tiny elf and returned to his new ale with a grunt.

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537464827_Inactive (Applicant) 11/30/2005 1:28 PM EST : RE: Trouble

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Liolin had to stop from chuckling to himself. "How smart she must thinkshe is" he thought. "by withholding information she is telling meexactly what I need to know"
"My dear.. I'm sorry I never caught your name? No matter.  Maybeit is better of I address the lovely Keiri, she seems to be a littlemore under control."
With a sly smirk and a blatantly obvious change of focus to Keiri, orso it would assume, Liolin continued his conversation. He also noticedthat the young lady wasn't quite in the conversation anymore. Perfect.With a look at where her attention had gone. "My dear Keiri. Perhaps Ican be of some assistance to you and your companion here. I have manycontacts and can possibly assist with... why is it you are here againmy dear?"



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537500868_Inactive (Applicant) 11/30/2005 10:43 PM EST : RE: Trouble
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" Shoira, isnt that a girls name" ?, how did she dare? he wispered to himself angrily. If it wasnt enough that an elf entered this area, she also had the nerve to insult him.At first it was a typical tailing job but the encounter had changed all that, it was going to be an interesting night after all. Shoira continued to tail the elf around the the city. There must be some special location she had to reach since she chooses to go around in circles several times. "ill teach her" Shoira said yet again, still angry. He look up again, and then..... "what on the holy mothers name"..... that bloody elf had disappeared. How could that happen, and here in his own backyard where he had spend so many years knowing the area as his own pocket ?. "Well, there are only 3 choices" he spat, now angry at himself, the old warehouse, the guildhall and..... no way, not inthere ! "The elf couldnt be that stupid to enter there, could she ?". Shoira quickly ruled out the guildhall since he hadnt met her inthere before, and only invitees goes inthere. After a quick search in the warehouse there was only one option left, " well she got some nerve, or she dont know what will hit her inthere, this could become dirty and ugly", he smiled. Shoira enterd the familiar tavern silently as usual, strode over the floor and gave a slight nod to the bartender. "Well, the usual suspects is here as always", he thought to him self. "i really need a change of pace". He searched the room, and stopped by the old scammer Cloak, "i bet hes been robbing some innocent people of some gold again tonight" he thought with a broader smile than intended. But tonight his "audience" are different then normal, Ranaewen and, by the looks, an elf !, "hhmmm.." this might be his missing target. Shoira continued to scan the room, gave a slight nod to Ralthoin at the back as usual. Shoira found a table and a chair placed so he could try confirm, if this elf is his target pr not. The bartender served the usual, a almost clean mug of beer. His eyes sticked to the small company as he drank slow. "Ah... yes, locked in on target again" he smiled and could relax again.  
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537490989_Inactive (Applicant) 12/1/2005 4:37 AM EST : RE: Trouble
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“More players, goody,” she almost clapped with glee, until she relived who it was. Shoira. “Darn it. Doesn’t he have any sense. After the stunt he pulled in here last week I’d expect him to lay low for at least a month. If Ralthoin spots him there surly will be word and more than likely blood.” She quickly scanned the room to find the dwarf and see what sort of mood he was in. Not a pleasant one. “Crap.” She cursed under her breath. “Please let him not be reminiscing about the life he could have had, god please.”

The dingy old bar usually had energy of mud run through the air but now it felt like a great storm was brewing deep from within. The chatter around the bar had notably picked up, as had the all not to discrete glances at the new comers. It was time to talk to her old friend, buy him some more ale and listen to his love lost story one more time, profit will have to wait. Friends come first.

She left the comfort of the shadows and glided to the bar, all the time trying to make eye contact with Shoira and forewarn him of the trouble near by. Her garnet colored silk clothes were loose but well tailored showing off her wealth but not in a manner that maybe considered audations but rather suttle with class and flowed freely over her slender form. She barely made ripple as she past patron after patron, that is until she got to the little nymph, when her mischievous side got the better of her, as her foot “accidentally” caught the leg of the nymph’s stool sending it crashing to the ground.

“That will teach the little mink” she chuckled to her self.

Then see heard the clap of thunder and felt the sparks shoot across the room “Oops”

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Greenlyt (Applicant) 12/1/2005 6:44 AM EST : RE: Trouble

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Finishing up his nightly rounds, Kreas made his way off the rooftopsunnoticed. The night was unusually calm, he did not find a single"client" all night. So He made his way to the tavern down the road toget a drink and see what may be going on. Normally it is the same oldthing and the same old people.

Upon entering the tavern Kreas noticed that there were the same oldpeople aside from an interesting elf and half-elf seated with Liolin.Kreas made his way to the bar to get a glass of wine. He motioned tothe bartender for his special supply. He picked up his glass and movedto the end of the bar to get a better view of the tavern and its newpatrons. This could shape up to be an interesting night he thought to himself.

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537500868_Inactive (Applicant) 12/1/2005 6:55 AM EST : RE: Trouble
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one ale after another, "hold it, not to fast, you are at work, remember?" he thought. But somehow he had become fond if this ale, and it made him relax and blew the old memories away, just for a while. He spotted Whisp, " what a figure, so fragile and yet strong" Shoira thought to himself " why she looking at me this way tonight ?, could it be my charm?, nah...." there must be something different tonight". "So Witchfinder said it was here to meet my new guildmates ?, hhmm.., what did i sign up for ?",Shoira said in a low voice, clearly confused. " And whats Cloak doing with his target ?, its getting more complicated all the time. Too many questionmarks popping up for my likings" he thought".
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537498264_Inactive (Applicant) 12/1/2005 9:14 AM EST : RE: Trouble
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The shouts of men come from outside, growing more decipherable as the voices near the tavern.

"Oh come on! I only said your mother looked like a half-orc, not that she was one!"

The familiar sound of a fist connecting with flesh is followed by a loud thud as a body impacts with the door. A flurry of crashes and boots scraping the ground sound as the fight continues just outside the tavern.

"Grab'em Anddar!"
"I'm tryi- aaaOW! He's biting me!"
"I've got his legs!"
"Let go!"
"Yeouch! My eye!"

The tavern door swings open as two large men enter carrying a well-dressed young man with a lute strapped to his back, followed by a shorter man with one hand over his left eye. Without stopping at the door the large men carry their captive to an empty table and force him into a chair, placing his lute on the table top and taking the chairs on opposite sides of him for themselves.

"I've got the mind to run you through for that mouth of yers." The small man growls, squinting with one eye as he points a finger at the captive before taking a seat across from him.

"With a mind as limited as yours it's a wonder it can even manage th-" The young man's remark is cut short by a large filthy fist to the jaw, courtesy of the rather simple looking hefty man sitting to his left.

"..Oww?" the well-dressed man remarks loudly, shooting a glare at the smugly smiling oaf who punched him.

"Now. Mister Jabari, I'm askin' you again. What was you doing at the Brenura mansion?" The smaller man leans forward and removes a nasty looking dagger from his belt before adding, "And if one more smart-arsed comment comes out of that mouth of yers I'll be makin' sure no more can follow."

"Whoa whoa whoa... whoa." Jabari says wide-eyed, putting his hands out infront of him, "No need for that, Talsor. Here, put the weapon away and I'll order us a round. We can talk about it like the civilized gentlemen we are."

Weighing the words of the silver-tongued young man, Talsor begins to nod as he slowly replaces his dagger into his belt. "Well, finally some respect out'o you. We'll have this drink but you better start answerin' for yer whereabouts. No tricks... or else."

A look of mock amazement comes across Jabari's dark face. "Tricks? I merely wish to dull the blows your well disciplined 'associates' here dealt me during our brief scuffle. You've obviously bested me, what tricks could possibly get me out of this predicament?"

A roguish smile comes across Jabari's bruised lips as he looks about the room, casually looking for any familiar faces. He begins to lean back in his chair but is prompty pulled back towards the table by the muscle sitting on his right.
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537433874_Inactive (Applicant) 12/1/2005 12:07 PM EST : RE: Trouble
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Ranaewen opened her mouth, about to reply to the dark elf with scathing sarcasm when the door crashed open and a group of men came in bearing a bard of some kind. Ranae turned around to watch the confrontation with interest and slight irritation. Gods, she thought, this place is busier than the town square! It never seemed like this when I cased it out, else I would have never picked it...

Her eyes scanned the patrons slowly, her own confrontation forgotten. Hmm. It seemed the one she had come to meet had not yet arrived, unless... She strained to see into a dark corner.

She was so caught up in her own thoughts that she never noticed her friend no longer at her side.


Keiri had sat staring at the cloaked figure at the bar for a long moment.

Then she turned back to smile brightly at the dark elf. "Me?? Oh, I came here to meet Ranaewen, she told me how to get here and everything. You see, I just got into town and wanted to see her right away but she said she had to come here..so I said well, why don’t I meet you there? And she said..." Keiri prattled on at great length, not really saying anything of great value but saying quite a lot of it. The dark elf’s eyes glazed over as she talked.

"So. Here I am!" she giggled. Then she popped up out of her chair and before anyone could blink, made her way over to the cloaked figure. His earlier glance and weak smile was the only prompting she required.

Sitting next to him, she realized he was a dwarf. She smiled and said gently, "Hi...I’m Keiri." He looked up into pale eyes awash with gentle sympathy and understanding.


Ranaewen turned her eyes back to the bard. She caught his final comment and roguish grin, prompting one of her own. Here was a like-minded soul, she thought. She nodded slightly at him and turned back to the dark elf. "Seems you’re well open for business now, eh, friend?!" She grinned broadly, relaxed once again, her irritation gone like a leaf on the wind.
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