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What happened? Also I will post like tomorrow night or the afternoon. We can all use a break y'know?

A member of my family passed away today.
Just wanted to let you all know that DM posts will probably be delayed for a time. Just found out that a relative of mine passed away today.

The earth genasi looks at Cascade curiously. It had never occurred to him that someone would seek him out to help defend against raiders from the Northlands. There would be a good chance that some of his own kin would be part of this raid, especially if there was unseasonable weather. With a few moments of consideration Jørmund nods and gestures to a nearby table walking to sit down in an unoccupied chair.

If Cascade joins him he states, "Yes I did defend my home and family. Those I travel with will most likely be eager to help. I will help how I can, but if any of my family are in that group of raiders I will not fight them.". He paused for another moment considering something he had not. "I could possibly convince my kin, if they are in the raiding group, to stand down. I cannot say for certain if they will listen to me though."
Sorry for the short post. This week has been busy and tiring.

Gabe seemed hesitant to talk about the matter. It was understandable as it was a personal matter. "If I see some dice I'll bring them to you. Hopefully they are close." Aurora looked back towards the area where Jub and Brutrumukk went. "Think they will be back?"
I'm just waiting for a response to my post about Gabriel's lost thing.

I'll be getting a post up later after work.
@Tab@Cao the Exiled checking to see if you two are still up for this. If you are feel free to post.

@CDT0925At this time I am not taking anymore on but should an opening come about, I'll shoot you a PM.
"Oh I should have been more specific, the captainof guard in Easthaven is the one looking for help. I'm not sure if Captain Skath has work for anyone. But he stays at..." She stops when Foxfire explains her disposition about Captain Skath. The older woman looks around the small tavern quickly before turning back to the pair. "Well now he isn't necessarily the nicest of people but he still is the captain of guard here in Targos." the proprietor takes a long look at Foxfire. "You seem vaguely familiar. Do I know you from somewhere?"

When the bandits started to flee Aurora thought that would be the end of it. Then Brutrumukk started to give chase loudly proclaiming that he was going to eat them. Gabe, Jub, and Tsak tried to stop him and only managed to make him laugh.

"How long do you think it will take for him to get lost Gabe? This fog seems thick and those rabbit people know this area. Maybe ten minutes before he looses them I think. She was only half serious about the bugbear getting lost. It wasn't likely that Aurora would be able to keep up with him, and less likely that Brutrumukk would be able to keep up with the bandits in this fog. Stowing her bow, she half turned to Gabe. "So what is it that is out here that you are familiar with. You mentioned something about it last night after we got here through the portal."

Rickard Barriden
Elf, Fighter (Eldritch Knight), Level 03
HP: 31 / 31 Armor Class: 19 Conditions: N/A
Location: Neil and Bob's Public House
Action: N/A
Bonus Action: N/A
Reaction: N/A

Rickard went to the door of the public house while Victoria went to inform her cleric companion where they were going.
Outside in the street, he began to look towards the direction of the workshop. The streets were busy but would not be impede travel to terribly much. Extra attention from the locals did concern Rickard to a degree, more so when someone had moved to talk to a guard and pointed towards him and the purple clad bard. An expression of relief faintly crossed the elven knight's face when no one approached. This was likely going to be another long day.

The shop appeared to be how he left it, vacant and shut. Rickard started to draw the key from his pouch when the door was easily opened. He shook his head in response to Victoria's inaudible question. The door had been locked when he had left last night. The knight hand went to the hilt of his longsword, his shield arm raised slightly to keep the studded wooden barrier infront of him.

Cautious he stepped into the shop looking around to see if there was someone in the shop. When the half elf stated that it looked like someone had recently and poorly cleaned up the shop, the knight paused to consider who he had mentioned that he was looking for Samuel. There had been a few people, namely the neighbors and Robert. He wasn't sure if any of them could be connected to Samuel's disappearance. It could be just as possible that someone had overheard and came to clean up in an attempt to hide that Samuel had gone missing.

This thought process continued as Rickard moved to investigate the living area. Little and less appeared to be out of place from the last time the elf had looked. He returned to the workshop, shield lowered slightly, shaking his head slightly. "I didn't notice anything out of the ordinary in the living quarters. I could have swore I had locked up the shop when I left yesterday. I'm not sure why someone would come in here just to clean, and poorly as you stated. Perhaps a neighbor saw someone entering or leaving the shop after I left. The knight paused and looked around at what Victoria had pointed out wondering if whoever came in was still here. It was possible that if they were they could simply be hiding, watching, and waiting for a chance to flee.

A quick glance towards door out of caution revealed only the frame of the bards porcine companion and distant sound of the main street. "If you'd like to exercise your people skills, we can start to ask around about someone else having entered here. That or I can if you'd like to stay and see if I missed anything I'm my search of the rest of the shop."
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