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Post by Kara Winters on Thu Aug 09, 2018 11:48 pm

They hadn't really intended to travel together, in fact they hadn't even come from the same place, but they all had the same goal. To start their careers as adventurers attached to a proper guild, and word had it the best place to be was Oak Glen. Now Oak Glen town, it had taken it's name from the expansive oak forest that surrounded it, keeping it safe from harm. At least, harm from the people variety, because Oak Glen was also not that far away from the border to the nearest country.

However, there was no trouble, at least that they knew of, and Oak Glen thrived in the forest against all odds. As a result, the town was less of a town and almost bordering into a small city. It was certainly a trading hub judging by the amount of carts that would past them by on their way to the town.

When they arrived at Oak Glen, whose trees looked like they could touch the sky, the group were greeted by wooden walls that were at least three stories high. They could see guards patrolling the top of the walls, and there were guards registering people in at the gate. Once they were through the 'North' gate they were greeted by a single wide paved road wide enough to fit three carts side by side. The merchants who were heading into the middle of town were using the middle of the road and passerby were walking on the side.

There was the smell of wood burning, bread baking and the sounds of a hammer hitting an anvil. To their west, they could see the Crafter's Guild building, surrounded by many of the artisans shops. The building itself was only half a size larger than the smith's shop really, and if weren't for the large sign that said Crafter's Guild it would have been missed. On their east side was the inn called The Resting Place, the tavern called the Wobbly Stool and a bakery called Sweet Dreams.

Up ahead they, despite the fact the centre of town was far away, they could see the looming structure of what clearly was the Merchant's Guild.

Reed whistled as he took in the sights and sounds. His robin blue cloak flapped in the wind making the rainbow coloured shootings stars that was embroidered on it look like they were falling. The half elf grinned as he looked back at his traveling companions, his long black ponytail whipped around.

"This place is grander than they said! I mean, it's no Waterdeep, but it's not a small town!"

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Post by Nara-pyon on Fri Aug 10, 2018 1:02 am

Having left her home with the blessing of her family only months before, Aeris Frosthorn, barely old enough to be considered an adult by her kind, had experienced much on her travels, though not so much that she had lost her innocence or naivete.

Her golden eyes gleaming with excitement. It was understandably difficult to see: with the sun reflecting off her glistening white scales, sometimes she was literally dazzling to look at. Even her clothes, scarlet though the cloth was, were bright: embroidered with gold thread and adorned with tiny emeralds, every movement made her seem to shimmer in the light.

"Big, small, what does it matter?" She skipped slightly, even holding her gnarled staff a little higher so that it wouldn't drag on the ground. "This is where I'm going to be able to further my studies in magic!"

"Feh." The red-mohawked, leather-skinned dwarf spit on the ground. "The biggar the toon, the biggar the trooble."

He squinted at Aeris with one blue-green eye. "Jes' you watch yerself, missie. You an' tha' pouch o' yours. Mark me words, there'll be plenty o' rascals wi' their eyes on you, waitin' fer their chance."

A bit of spittle had caught in his red, scruffy beard, and he wiped it away with the back of one hand. His clothes were simple, worn from use, but the weapons he kept always at the ready were in good condition.

"So, elf-boy," he said, looking up at the man, "where are yeh takin' us?"
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Re: Newcomers to Oak Glen

Post by Kara Winters on Fri Aug 10, 2018 1:14 am

"Well..." Reed trailed off looking up at the sky thoughtfully, "How about we let the lady choose?"

He was suggesting it because he was delighted by the joy she took in it. It was hard to imagine a Dragonborn, even a female one acting as innocent as she was. Though their more... experienced companion did have a point about pick pockets.

"This place is supposed to have all five guilds, Crafters, Merchant, Adventurer, Mage and Bard. We'll need to drop by and register with the Adventurer Guild, but both Aeris and I can register with Mage as well, and of course, I get the benefit of registering with the Bard. Well, I don't need to, but I would like to support the local guild here."

Since supporting the Bard Guild, also meant supporting the library that was here too.

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Post by Nara-pyon on Fri Aug 10, 2018 1:34 am

Zoltan eyed Reed for a moment and then looked back at Aeris. "An' what does the lehdy choose?" he asked in his thick dwarvish accent.

Aeris gripped her staff with both hands and her eyes darted about in every direction. "Um- um- I-"

She took a deep breath, forcing herself to be calm. She was an adult now, after all. She was here to learn about magic, so a part of her wanted to start out at the mage guild. But while Reed would be able to join her there, Zoltan would not.

"The Adventurer's Guild," she decided. "Then we don't have to split up quite yet."

"Then we're gonnae need te ask directions," Zoltan grunted, glaring up at her. He looked around for someone to ask.
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Post by Kara Winters on Fri Aug 10, 2018 1:53 am

"Now, now," Reed waggled a finger, "No need to be grumpy."

As he said this a boy around 12 years of age exited the tavern. He was of a slim built, and had dusky brown skin. His hair was done in a many braids which he kept in a ponytail.

"Good doing business with you Mr. Brack!" the boy called back into the tavern before closing the door.

Pushing his glasses back up his nose, the boy looked around to make sure he wasn't going to get trampled by any cart of passerby. He held close to his chest a small sack full of coins.

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Post by Nara-pyon on Sun Aug 12, 2018 12:10 am

Aeris spotted a boy coming out of the tavern. There were many people wandering about, but it was his multi-braided ponytail that caught her attention.

"There's someone!" she beamed, clapping her hands together. "Let's ask him!"

They weren't too far away from him, and she started towards him, waving and calling out, "Hello! You there! Could you help us?"

Zoltan rolled his eyes - whether at Aeris' exuberance or at Reed's chiding was anyone's guess - and followed after the dragonborn girl. "Leh's jes' get this over with," he grumbled. He cracked his knuckles and rested his hands on the handle of the two handaxes that were in his belt.
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Post by Kara Winters on Sun Aug 12, 2018 12:23 am

The boy stopped and turned towards the travelers.

"Oh, hello miss, did you need something?" he asked.

It was clear he had manners drilled into him, he stood straight and looked at her expectantly. Reed grinned, it was kind of cute to see a kid so polite.

"We just got into town," Robin explained, "Do you know where the Adventurer Guild is?"

Understanding seemed to light upon the boy's eyes and he nodded, "If you head towards the Merchant's Guild and then turn onto the left street you'll find the guild there. I'm heading back to the Merchant's Guild myself, so I can walk you part way."

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Post by Nara-pyon on Sun Aug 12, 2018 12:32 am

"Oh, that would be wonderful, thank you so very much!" Aeris beamed at the boy. "As my companion said, we've only just arrived in town so we haven't the foggiest notion where anything is here - we wouldn't even be able to find the Merchant's Guild without your help! You are so very kind! What is your name?"

Zoltan just folded his stubby arms across his burly chest and glared. He didn't know how much or how little time Aeris had spent in an actual city, but if she didn't start guarding her words, there was going to be trouble.

"Caution, lass," he reminded her, though he kept his eye on the boy.
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Post by Kara Winters on Sun Aug 12, 2018 12:41 am

Seeing the wariness in the dwarf's eyes, the boy bowed to the dwarf. His father had once told him that dwarves were big on family and honour. He would have to be formal then he supposed.

"I am Kali yn Jett el Chant, an apprentice merchant," he told Aeris politely before bowing at her as well, "Please though, I'm often just referred to Kali Chant within the walls of Oak Glen."

"I'm guessing the apprenticeship is a family business?" Reed asked picking up on the polite nature of the boy.

"Yes," Kali nodded as he motioned for them to follow him, "My father is the guildmaster of the Merchant Guild, he is also a go between between here and other Calishite merchants."

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Post by Nara-pyon on Sun Aug 12, 2018 1:13 am

Aeris stepped in behind Kali and Reed, happy to follow the boy.

"You must be used to dealing with all kinds of people then, and going to different places," she commented, interested. "I suppose you get to see and learn much as well, then?"

Zoltan brought up the rear, keeping silent, though he was keeping a wary eye on everyone around them - something Aeris was clearly not doing, and something he didn't see Reed doing. He had learned in his years as a soldier not to trust many people.
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Post by Kara Winters on Sun Aug 12, 2018 1:24 am

Kali looked thoughtful at that comment, "I guess so, Oak Glen is a trading hub being so close to the border and all, and the five guilds bring in all sorts of people. But I just started my apprenticeship a few months ago. I'm mainly at the buyer tables in the market. Father says I'm not ready to be manning the guild counter."

As he was explaining this the group came into the center of the town. Right at the center was the massive Merchant's Guild built of common brick and wood. At the edges of the center were carts that were neatly parked as merchants were unloading goods and taking them through doors on either side of the building. The front door had large double doors that had carvings of a large oak tree.

"That's the Merchant's Guild," Kali pointed to the building, "If you just want to go into the Merchant's Market, go through one of the doors at the side of the building. The buyer's table as right near the door. The front door leads to where you can store money or get a receipt of your coin if you're planning to make a large purchase out of town."

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Post by Nara-pyon on Sun Aug 12, 2018 1:42 am

"Thanks fer thet," Zoltan spoke up with about as much politeness as he could muster (which wasn't a whole terrible lot). "Bu' we're lookin' te get settled at the moment, so if ye'd be kind enough te point us tewards the Adventurer's Guild, we'd be mos' obliged."

One corner of his mouth curled upward in what passed for a smile, though it was difficult to see behind his long, thick mustache.
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Post by Kara Winters on Sun Aug 12, 2018 1:48 am

Kali pointed to his left, down one road that led away from the center of town.

"The Adventurer's Guild is that way, right as yo u enter that road," Kali explained, "And for reference, the Mage's Guild is on the right road, and if you keep heading straight towards the South Gate you'll find the Bard's Guild. All the guilds are at the cardinal points."

Which was a much easier set up than some of the large cities, but Oak Glen was not a large city. Certainly it was nothing like the capital at all.

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Post by Nara-pyon on Sun Aug 12, 2018 3:00 pm

"Thank you very much!" Aeris beamed. "That's very helpful!"

"Aye, thank yeh," Zoltan agreed with a nod. "Take care, lad." He turned towards the Adventurer's Guild and started towards it, hefting his bag on his back.

Aeris was a bit slower in coming. Her attention was still on Kali. "Yes, do take care of yourself," she smiled widely at him. "I do hope that we will meet again, and if we do have anything, you know, to buy, or to sell, I'm sure that-"

"Lass!" Zoltan barked over his shoulder. "Leh's get goin', it's been a long trip and I'm aboot ready to finish!"

Aeris broke off, flustered, blushing lightly though her scales showed no change in colour. "Ah, yes, I'm sorry!" She bowed quickly to Kali. "Thanks again!" she smiled at him, and hurried after Zoltan.
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Post by Kara Winters on Sun Aug 12, 2018 3:22 pm

The East Road (called this because it led to the East Gate), was a place primarily full of residential homes. However the three buildings closest to the center of town were the largest. All of them were three stories tall and had the length and width of a great manor. The first building to their left as they entered the road was the Adventurer's Guild.

It was a red brick building with red roof tiles, and large windows that would let in light on all floors. The name of the guild was on a sign right over the door. If the travelers craned their necks and looked up they could see there were a series of individual balconies all along the building at the third floor. It looked like a really large inn.

Beside the Adventuer's Guild was a small stone arch leading to a large, what looked to be a good luck stone. The kind travelers would touch for good luck. There was a stone bowl on top with a few coins. This was a shrine to Tymora. The shrine however was dwarfed by the Adventuer's Guild on its left, and the other manor on it's right.

And the building on the shrine's right looked very bit like a manor. The windows were tall and arched at the top. The bricks were whitewashed and it had columns at the entrance to hold up the overhead which sheltered the double doors. There were bushes planted out front that were flowering at the moment because it was Spring, and from a hanging sign hung up in that patio area read 'Bathhouse'.

Across the street from both these buildings was a more practical, functional building that lacked the warmth of an inn or grandness of a manor, but it was the third large building in that area. It was a simple bricked building, with average sized windows, and double doors at the front. The only two notable features was that the top floor did have a really large window, and on the roof was a very large bell. Well, the other notable feature was the fact there were town guards outside that building, standing guard.

"Judging by the guards," Reed commented to his companions, "That building across the guild might be the Lord Protector's building."

Which made sense to him, best to be close to the guild that can provide back up.

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Post by Nara-pyon on Sun Aug 12, 2018 3:48 pm

Zoltan's attention was fixed on the guild building, as he had a rather one-track mind, but Aeris turned to Reed with a puzzled expression on her face - as best a scaled face could have an expression.

"Lord Protector?" she questioned. "Who is that? What does he protect?"

It was a position unheard of in her own land, and while she had slowed her pace slightly to look around and learn things, Zoltan was pressing forward too quickly to ask.
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Post by Kara Winters on Sun Aug 12, 2018 4:10 pm

As they headed towards the building, Reed began to explain.

"In cities, and large towns like this one there is a person called the Lord Protector, they are in charge of the town or city guards. So their job is to keep the town safe, reports can be made directly to them. Depending on what it is place they are stationed in, they also might work closely the the local Adventurer Guild or temple that has a deity dedicated to protection, justice or law. This allows for the guards to be freed up to continue to guard the town."

As he finished explaining the position of the Lord Protector, the group entered the guild. The Adventurer's Guild, like all guilds served both the people they are supposed to represent and the community as a whole. In the cast of the Adventurer's Guild, their purpose to adventurers is to provide the resources and help required to be successful, and of course the jobs. This meant all Adventurer's Guilds were equipped with a training ground and acted as an inn just for adventurers. The reason for the latter was to allow adventurers from every walk of life to afford a room without sacrificing safety, and cleanliness.

The cheapest room was always 5 cp, middle rooms were 5 sp, and the most expensive rooms were 5 gp. Though what benefits of the more expensive rooms depended on the place the guild was located as they often made deals with the local businesses. It was also good to note that this price was by person and not by room.

For the community, besides allowing a place for budding adventurers to get their start, it was a place they could put in requests. Some people traveled to specific towns to put in request for certain guilds. This guild was somewhat well known because of it's location, but most of their requests were local because of the many merchants and travelers brought the need to make sure the monster population was low, or people needed escorts. Guilds like this one, made their money primarily through their request fee to the community and the room fee to the adventurers, so registering was free.

This Adventuer's Guild was like any typical Guild. Everything was made of wood, a warm wood that reflected the light and gave up a comfortable feel. The expansive lobby area had wooden tables and chairs like what would expect in the ground floor of an inn. A few of the tables were occupied with adventurers like themselves. At one lone table there was a paladin in shining armor writing a letter, perhaps to a loved one. At the other end of the building was a long wooden counter. At either end of the counter were doors leading to the training grounds. Behind the counter was a wooden board with the prices for requesting and for rooms, along with hooks for keys. There was another shelf behind the counter full of small empty squares meant to hold letters or packages.

The person manning the counter was a young human woman in her 20s. She had long curly brown hair done up in yellow ribbons. She wore a plain white underdress and a sunny yellow overdress. She waved at the three coming in.

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Post by Nara-pyon on Sun Aug 12, 2018 7:15 pm

Upon entering the guild, Aeris looked around shamelessly, her golden eyes filled with wonder. Zoltan actually had to take her by the robe to direct her so that she wouldn't bump into anything. He led the way to the counter, where he finally let go of Aeris' robes, and tapped the edge of the counter to get the attention of the woman on the other side.

"G'day to ye," he said, looking up at her. "Zoltan. Here te register fer adventurin'."

He looked u pat Aeris, expecting her to go next, but she was still looking around obliviously. He cleared his throat, but that didn't work; it was only when he elbowed her thigh that she even noticed that they were at the counter.

"Oh! Hi!" She smiled widely at the girl behind the counter. "My name is Aeris Frosthorn. I'd like to register, please!"
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Post by Kara Winters on Sun Aug 12, 2018 7:39 pm

"And I'm Reed," the bard introduced himself with a wink

The woman smiled widely, but she did seem a bit amused by the group, "Will you be all doing this together as a group?"

"I'd like to believe so," Reed replied looking to his companions, "Always better to do it together."

"Alright then! I'm Risa by the way, welcome to the Adventurer's Guild," the woman introduced herself, "Daddy isn't here at the moment but run when he's not, and even when he is. Sometimes it takes two hands."

She pulled out a piece of paper from under the desk, as well as an ink well and glass pen. Risa carefully wrote down a date, and something that indicated that they were a party of adventurers. Once done she passed the sheet over to the group.

"Print your names here in common, then write your specialty or class you're in, and then sign here," she explained to them.

While they group would do that, she ducked to grab something from the counter's lower shelf. The group could hear some shuffling and a click as well. Perhaps of something unlocking.

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"Oh, yes, together, of course!" Aeris beamed. She reached for the paper and wrote, Aeris Frosthorn, Sorcerer, and then signed where Risa had indicated. Her letters were neat, her signature flourished. Then she passed the paper to Zoltan.

The dwarf spotted a nearby stool and pulled it over so that he could stand on it to be tall enough to see over the counter. He scribbled, Zoltan, Barbarian, in a messy scrawl of Common, then signed his name in dwarfish runes. When he was done, he dropped the pen onto the paper and slid them and the ink bottle down to Reed.
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Post by Kara Winters on Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:02 pm

Reed thanked the dwarf and wrote down in neat common Reed, Bard, and signed his name in common as well. Once he was done he slide the paper back to Risa.

"Here you go Miss," Reed smiled charmingly at the woman.

Risa took the paper and read it over, giving Reed an amused look, "Bard, of course."

As if she had been expecting it. From under the counter she pulled out a thin leather folder with a hole in the corner. She had, while they were signing tied a cooper tassle to that hole. Then she then carefully wrote their names onto the folder front (it must have been made similar to parchment). Waiting for the ink to dry she handed the group three copper tags that had the guild name and an oak tree inscribed on it.

"These are yours, you may just keep them in your packs or wear them however you see fit," Risa explained, "Just as a reminder in case you're not familiar with the guild, our rooms are open for you to rent. It is 5 copper coins for a basic room, 5 silver coins for a better one which comes with two token meals, and the last is 5 gold coins for two token meals and a token for the bathhouse. Because of space you will still need to share rooms with one other person, and the price is per person not per room. You can pay by the day, or tenday."

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Post by Nara-pyon on Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:20 pm

Zoltan didn't even think about it.

"Here's five gold pieces," he said, pulling the coins out of his pocket and counting them out onto the countertop. "I'll take the bettar room. Tenday for now."

Aeris pulled her pouch from her belt and opened it, counting her coins. "The same," she said at last, a hint of regret in her voice as she set 5 GP down on the counter as well. She was going to miss going to the bathhouse - only because she did rather enjoy soaking in the water, rather than necessity, as she was able to clean herself and her belongings at will.
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Post by Kara Winters on Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:33 pm

Reed had to think about it, like really think about. He was sure they would get a job before the week was out, so he was sure it would be fine. Finally, he too gave Risa 5 gold pieces for a tenday.

"Same for me then, I can even share a room with Zoltan."

It wasn't like they hadn't slept in close quarters before.

"Thank you, just give me a moment."

Risa went over the the keyboard and picked off three keys from it. She then went to a drawer and unlocked it with one of the keys that was at her hip. Once she was sure she had everything she needed ,she made her way over to the group. She handed them each a silver key with a number inscribed (Reed and Zoltan's were the same number) and then two wooden tokens with a knife and fork caved into them for each of them.

"These tokens are for the eateries around the town. We have an agreement with the local businesses that we pay them a flat rate for meals, same with the bathhouse. This means if you want a third meal or a bath you'll need to pay out of pocket."

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Post by Nara-pyon on Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:22 pm

Zoltan and Aeris reached out to accept their keys and tokens, and then both of them tucked their tokens into their money pouches. Aeris kept her key in her hand, while Zoltan stuck his into his pocket.

He didn't mind sharing a room with Reed, though he would readily admit he was concerned about who Aeris would be sharing a room with. She was rather naive and he wouldn't be surprised if someone took advantage of her.

"How do ye choose who yer guests are te room with?" he asked Risa as they prepared to be led to their rooms. He didn't say anything more, but he glanced towards Aeris to hint as to where his concern lay.
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Post by Kara Winters on Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:29 pm

"Normally it would be at random, regardless of gender or race," Risa replied slowly as she glanced over at Aeris.

She tried to think, there weren't any current female adventurers being roomed, though she supposed it wouldn't hurt to have Aeris to have a room of her own at the moment. At least until another woman came in.

"I can put her in her own room," Risa told Zoltan, "But it won't be close to yours. But!" the woman hurried, "It is next to Pax's room."

She nodded over to where the human paladin was writing his letter.

"He is a paladin for the Dawnflower, and has a good reputation in the town. If you're uncertain you can speak with Selene from Trinkets and Baubles, she use to adventure with him before she retired."

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