"Thank you Cyrano,"
Cicero Bladewalker & Gwyneria
she quietly replied. Now they just had to get to the ship and..."...I lost him..."
She whipped around, "What do you mean you lost..."
And indeed, Dalious had vanished into the crowd. "Rats! We better find him."
She quickly tried to spy him through the crowd, but even her sharp elven eyes had a hard time piercing through a herd of people."Over here."
called Cicero and Gwyn followed behind him to the vegetable seller. No good in them being split up now and she could hopefully have an easier time spying through the crowd from a stall, especially while Cicero covered their bases by appearing busy.
As he asked for a head of lettuce, the short, sharp human woman apprised him for his his probable worth through her spectacles. Then she crossed her arms. "10 copper."
Is Cicero going to want to haggle? Pay full price? Or act as if he's still looking? Or something else?@Sol Grim
The sea of people was indeed large and noisy, with hawkers proclaiming their wares, buyers buying, bartering, and selling, pickpockets running about, and shady deals happening in the cover of the crowd. Some of the stalls at least were quieter and gave a better vantage for seeing the potential customers around.
How does Dalious approach the situation? Blindly searching the crowd, choosing a stall for a better vantage, or do something else?@The Muse
Once Nylah arrived at the market, she could see that people were as thick as flies as far as the eye could see. And with the diversity of groups within the crowd, it wasn't going to be a picnic to spot the three strangers. How does Nylah go about finding her quarry then? Climbing up to a roof for a bird's eye view? Manually hunting through the crowd? Asking a nearby seller if they'd seen anyone of the group? Or something else?