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    "yes it still there, also one about 'groe Brste'. Needed some time to figure out what that meant." Robert smirks.

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    If Tirgas feels guilty for upsetting Heinrich, he does not show it. "Do you suppose I should go apologize?" ​he asks Morgrym.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindeloef View Post
    "yes it still there, also one about 'groe Brste'. Needed some time to figure out what that meant." Robert smirks.
    Heinrich sets his glass down, rases his hands cupped over his pectoral muscles and says with a smirk, "Huge tracks uf land!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott DeWar View Post
    OOC: grayn, what did the cards say?
    OOC: I don't want to break the RP (because I think it is going pretty good with Morrogrim), so don't look in the box if you don't want to know what the cards read (at least, not be told through an OOC post ).

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    Dame Morrogrim cast the cards for herself to get an idea about Heinrich. The official "meaning" of the cards are below:

    The left card represents an important element of the past. Re di Dischi (King of Discs), when reversed: The dark essence of earth behaving as air, such as a diamond: An unyielding businessman, with a gift for identifying weakness and exploiting it for personal gain. One well informed about material affairs, but ignorant of larger, more pressing issues. A blind devotee of business as usual, unconcerned with the unintended results, and contemptuous of new ideas. A person full of greed and avarice, easily corrupted by luxury or the temptations of the flesh.

    The middle card represents a deciding element of the present. Mato (The Fool): Fearlessness, imagination, open-mindedness, and an adventurous spirit. Freedom from cares and worries. Ideas, thoughts, and impulses coming from a completely unexpected place. Nonchalance at the threshold of gaining all or losing all. Extravagance and intoxication with life. The pure and undifferentiated power of creation itself, where ultimate knowledge and oblivion are unified.

    The right card represents a critical element of the future. Cavaliere di Spade (Knight of Swords), when reversed: The dark essence of air behaving as fire, such as a tornado: A merciless and skillful warrior, unfettered by emotion or conscience. A nihilist who can refuse not even the most insurmountable of challenges. A person who inspires fear and hate through their domineering nature and the power of their presence. Speaking without tact or tolerance, in a sarcastic manner. May portend the swift initiation or conclusion of conflict, through the calamitous invocation of force.

    Morrogrim's Interpretation
    Dame Morrogrim reads that this person is someone that acted without fully understanding the effects of his actions or the bigger picture of the situation. He's enjoying his new freedom and trying to "live life to the fullest". But, future situations are going to make him dangerous (whether as an ally or foe is not clear) and care should be taken in during future interactions. Whether any or all of her readings are true is unknown.


    If you are curious, I use this site for Dame Morrogrim's readings.


    If you didn't look and are still curious, I would recommend asking Dame Morrogrim herself. I am sure she has something to say about the subject.

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    OOC: @Grayn: lol!

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    Tirgas notices Dame Sienna's tarot cards for the first time. "What, exactly, are those for?" he asks intently. It seems that Heinrich's reaction ill reaction to questioning has only made him more curious, to the point where he doesn't even wait for Morgrym's response.

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    "They are my preferred tools of my trade, Tirgas. They are used for looking beyond the veil and provide counsel to those that seek it. Unfortunately, they are rarely exact." Dame Morrogrim explains. "Is there something you would like to know?"

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    After sipping on his drink for a few minutes, Ellamin wanders over to the crowd, watching quietly as he takes the measure of all assembled.

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    "Many things," says Tirgas, grinning. After spending a few moments with his brow furrowed in thought, his face once again assumes a serene expression. "Could you tell me if I am acting in accordance with the will of my god?"

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    Elenka Danyllova, Summoner

    An unescorted young woman enters the Dunn Wright Inn. At first glance one would think her in her teens but a second would clarify that that impression was given by her height, at just under five feet tall, and that she is probably some few years over twenty. She carries herself with confidence which adds to her natural beauty: long auburn hair, green eyes, and pale skin only slightly marred by the sun. Her clothing is well made and decorated with a tasteful amount of excess that accentuates her attractiveness. The only jarring piece of the ensemble is the blackened steel terbutje that hangs from a sword harness at her waist. The jagged blade almost scrapes the floor.

    She pauses a moment as the door swings shut and scans the interior to see if any of her friends are present. Not seeing anyone that she knows well she makes her way to the bar, greeting acquaintances and those she knows by sight but not by name with a nod and a friendly smile. At the bar she orders a bottle of wine and when it arrives with a glass she peers into the glass obviously wondering if it is one that Grog has cleaned or if one of the other staff performed the task.

    Grog watches scowling then asks, "Where da tree-trunk?"

    "Dealing with matters elsewhere," the girl replies.

    Grog turns away to help another customer and the young woman turns to again survey the common room, this time for an empty seat.


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