Breora wanted to head over to the library so she could read up on why she can do that head-talking thing with us. The others also had stuff to read up on, so we headed over. We heard a bunch of stuff about the war, mostly about Ragesia spreading out their forces and attacking everything. I wasn’t really listening. When we got to the library, we ran into Tiljann and the gnome who promised us treasure but we didn’t find anything (Gopher, I think his name was.) They said they were going to head over to the Wayfarers and check out a show, maybe. Since there wasn’t much else to do, we headed on over.
There was this fancy-pants guy talking about a lot of stuff and saying he could make us famous. I wanted to be famous! He led us onto the Wayfarer’s boat where there’s a big stage and told us to audition for him and his two bosses. The others tried to do some magic-y stuff or tell stories. I went for pizz-azz — I did some super dangerous stuff WAY up high on a tiny wire. He said some really mean stuff like ’I’ve seen monkeys do better than that’ or ‘Yawn — Magnificent way to screw that up’. He deserves to be stabbed for saying that kinda stuff.
Then Tiljann got up and sang about Anyariel, that one elf hero from the fire forest. She was the only one that managed to get that stupid guy to clap for her. I still think I coulda got the lead part, but then again, I guess I’d have less time to stab people. Gotta remember the important things.
Anyways, we visited Xavious Foebane (the commander-soldier-guy that scared the inquisitor away) and he was having troubles with some goblin tribe attacking the caravans coming into Seaquen. Asha was like ‘Goblins are evil; thus they must die’ and the others were like ’Aren’t you supposed to be a bit nicer than that?’ I see where she’s kinda comin’ from; stabbing things is fun! But you can’t just kill a whole tribe; you can only take out the head and hope that’s enough. Either way, we went down to talk to them. The chief was too scared to talk to us and actually ran away while his wife did all the talking for the tribe. What a loser.
We eventually made a deal and got them to help out the city. Xavious was happy to hear about it, although he didn’t like the thought of goblins walking about town like normal people. What’s wrong with that? I mean, we’re walking about town and we got some pretty scary looking people with us. Except for me, of course; I’m not scary at all.
Welp, time to head to the inn and sleep. Here’s hopin’ tomorrow’s a better day!