Schwarzbart Posted July 25, 2013 Report Share Posted July 25, 2013 The Guards have send you all to your room short after they arived and request that should stay there for your own savety for now. They also told you that you get the oportunity tomorrow to tell what you saw. In the early morning Baruch wake up from the noice of hammer strokes. Looking trough the window he see a blond man working at a forge together with a ~12 year old blackhaired girl. A short while later someone knock on the door and when you openend 2 armed men wearing a redcap are there. "Your Baruch?" After you told them "Yes" "Then we have to ask you to please follow us as you are invited to have breakfast with Yuval our Head-Redcap" After puthing on your clothes you then followed this 2 Redcap. Right out of your room you see bored guards standing in front of each of your rooms. They lead you up to the 4. floor then trough a secret door that only can seen from the other side. A stair is leading up and a other down after passing trough the secret door but you think to remember that the building only haved 4 floors when you entered yesterday. Going down you can see the stairs you walked upwards from this side but you only was seeing solid stone walls when walking up. Your walk ended in a large room with no windows who have a light bright as a clouded day at the top of the room. The room have many paintings and a blackhaired man is mustering a picture of a pond with 2 swan swimming on it. Without turning to you "A Great work of Art isn't it?" The 2 other redcap silently take position left and right of the entrance inside of the room after they closed the door behind you. He turns to you "Orginal I had a apointment now with one of our ship Captains but as you might know he can't show up any more!" "We hope you like orange juice and galentas" Pointing to a large wooden chair at the table where this is served, there is also a soft cushion on the chair. He then sit down on the oposite side of the table and start to eat. "To our regret the painitngs in the book are not finished and so you have to wait a vew days." "This brings us to the other point. I doubt your Covenant haved something to do with this nasty buisness of the murder of a valuable member of our covenant and theft of covenant resources, but the evidence says otherewise!" "Do you have anything to say in this regard?" Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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