Servant Quarters

As the room illuminated suddenly, Feldard braced himself for attack by other magicks. A glance about showed no foes, but instead only the servant by the silver panel and after a tense moment the dwarf frowned putting two and two together. He lowered his axe. “Woman, touch nothing else without permission or you may well lose that hand.” Feldard didn’t like being made to seem jumpy, but magic had that affect on the dwarf. He stalked brusquely over towards the closet and checked its contents.

“Feldard, relax a touch. Even if this servant is in league with this mage, I doubt she would be able to summon more than a couple of zombies. I’m more worried about which kind of traps he might have set.” Nicolai then set about searching for traps, but there were none to be found in the servant quarters.

Secretly glad that the Dwarf had entered the room first, Saeth neverless consoled the servant, “Don’t worry about it. You know how Dwarves can be… even the smallest things drive them crazy.” A little louder, hoping to cut off any retort, she called across the room, “Anything of note in there?”

The dwarf opened the closet door to reveal an enclosed toilet, sink and shower.

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6 responses to “Servant Quarters

  1. Feldard (Dwf 3)

    (I’m assuming you mean like modern versions with running water)
    Feldard glanced over the odd stoneworked basin and enclosure and chair. By the shape of the chair and its opening, he guessed at its function but he’d never seen one quite like it, nor one so clean.
    At the Elf’s questioning, he called back with a shrug “Looks to be the privy, I think.” The engineering of it was intriguing but now was not the time to be puzzling it out. He took one last look about the tiny room, for any hidden passages or such, then turned back towards the main hall and headed to the next room.

  2. Saeth Tegau

    Stepping back from the oncoming Feldard, Saeth figured this meant that there was nothing of note in the room. She guided this Ashira along the hallway after the stalwart Dwarf.

  3. Maruc (Clr 3)

    Maruc looked after the girl while the others poked around her room. “Were there any places in the castle you were forbidden to go? Dentiata seems to have access to castle architects, these are rare and highly skilled. Have you any idea who might have dealt with him?” More to himself he mused, “Also to build a tower in such a short time would take alot of money and labour. This would have been noticable.”

  4. Miklos (Mu 3)

    Miklos waited for her replies before adding his own questions.

    “Do you know the number of members of the Sons of Night? If Dentiata sort leadership that would indicate he was not and that they were suffering from a power struggle. The important thing would be the not allow the others to discover their lost breatherin as that would give focus to them and they would form alliance against us.”

    Miklos’s thoughts raced as he pondered the problem. “His notes must reveal what arifacts he is seeking. Ashira, does he have a secret chest locked with magic? He must maintain his spell book and artifacts he is already researching somewhere. Where is his chamber? It is likely to be in there, is it magically guarded?”

  5. Nicolai (T4)

    “Feldard, is this place Dwarf built, as I certainly don’t believe Orcs would have the ability construct a tower like this.”

  6. Saeth: 10xp+10xp
    Maruc:
    Miklos:
    Nicolai: 10xp+10xp
    Feldard: 10xp+10xp+10xp

    TOTAL:
    Saeth: 5840/8000
    Maruc: 5700/6000
    Miklos: 5665/10000
    Nicolai: 5390/9600
    Feldard: 5845/8800

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