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Good eve to you milady The keeper said casting a quick glance towards Reeve the fire from the hearth shimmered in his eye like the fading stars of dawn I see by yer wear that you are new here to New Lynn So if I may be so forward a little advice Reeve noticed the hovering tumbler the tender was holding out to him and plucked it from his grasp and took a pull in a slow fluid motion After the liquid settled in his stomach he looked up to reguard the barkeep for the first time in the conversation Azzel is not one to tarry with He finished quietly after glancing over his shoulder to the dark man further down the bar Ariahs eyes followed his glance upon Azzel to the smoldering pits of his eyes He is the captian of the town militia under Lord Feringad A truely capricious man many have ended up at the bottom of Black Hope for less than taking a seat He finished Reeve screwed his face and scoffed I thank you for your assistance Ariah replied quickly stopping cold the insult in Reeves throat I assure you we are merely passing through and wish to cause you nor your establishment any trouble I must appologize for my companion he is normally not like this She said casting a somewhat withering glare at Reeve who was to busy taking another pull from the tumbler to appreciate it The road has been long and frustrating though and probably needs nothing more than a bottle of good spirits and a comfortable room for the evening to gather his manners The innkeeped nodded his agreement and even allowed himself a grin as he saw Ariahs slender hand go for a fairly heavy purse on her belt Well then tis a good thing ya found the ol Red Dragon the road is not a place to be tonight The barkeep
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