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A Good Morning's Work (Continues from Styx's Oarsman)

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A Good Morning's Work (Continues from Styx's Oarsman)

[Continued from Styx Oarsman - a task given to three brave(?) souls by Rule of Three. Interested parties PM Rule-of-Three to get involved.]

That morning, breakfast was something yellow with streaks of greyish black. It might be eggs with some mixed in spice or flavoring - but whatever it was it tasted very very strongly. Spicy, but definately something one would have to describe as an 'acquired taste'.

There was a richly bitter drink brewing in a pitcher tucked in the ashes of the hearth of last night - that at least was more tolerable, and warming. Dark, with a reddish hint, it tingles on the tongue but provided a surge of energy within moments of drinking.

When the three(presumably) arrived - Rule-of-Three was not there, but at the breakfast table a carefully folded envelope, sealed with wax of red, yellow, and black, was tossed into the center of the table by a sleepy barkeep. Opening it revealed the details for their first task.

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The patryn looks around the inn, finding his new home comparitavley cozier, even with the various rather monstrous inhabitants arrayed around it. Seeing that the others have yet to awaken, he is the first to break the seal and read the instructions.

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[ooc: Many many apologies...]

When the seal breaks theres almost a tinkling sound, like glass beads hitting the surface of a table, and the faintest glow of some sort of magic. Most likely an indication to the sender that the seal had been broken.

Scribed in a rough hand, shakey with age or speed is the following.

The box: Go to the shop of A'kin the Fiend, on the third shelf waiting, claim that which is sealed to my Rule. Ticket is enclosed.

The man: Go to the Ditch in the Slags, and enter into Undersigil, a guide will find you. Bribe him well.

The place: Ask for 'the Fall of Tears'.

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