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  1. Cinder

    Izral Quest B - Redeye Ruckus [OOC]

    Checking in to mention I'm not dead. Just... really busy plus bad at time management.
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    Izral Quest B - Redeye Ruckus [OOC]

    I should be able to post before next week, hopefully.
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    Izral Quest B - Redeye Ruckus [OOC]

    I have midterms so it'll take me a while before I can post, sorry!
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    Izral Quest B - Redeye Ruckus [OOC]

    @Aleksei Nudging you on this again.
  5. Cinder

    Izral Quest B - Redeye Ruckus [OOC]

    @AlekseiOh yeah I forgot to poke you.
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    Redeye Ruckus [Quest B]

    Angus Serzelcis The Trickster fidgeted uncomfortably, trying not to let his worry show. He wasn’t sure what Fred’s angle was, and how Lenoa would navigate the exchange. On the other hand, she gave him the impression that she knew her stuffs, of course, and there was something about Vanilla that he was sure Fred would notice, if he managed to figure out the two were women. It seemed unlikely that the old bastard would screw them over. Then again, it was Fredericks. Plus, he wasn’t sure if the bartender was just messing with him, or whether he actually forgot about him… Angus wouldn’t mind Fred forgetting a few debts or two, but if the man was forgetting things and suffering from senility, that would not bode well for their information gathering. At the moment, however, there was not much that Angus could do about it.
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    Redeye Ruckus [Quest B]

    Fredericks Osferian Although the man was blind as a bat, there was a reason that the proprietor of the Gorgon’s Eye was able to keep control of his little rowdy den of thieves and navigate businesses in Izral. With his ability to sense mana, a skill he retained from a previous life, he knew that the three that confronted him were no common adventurers. One was suffused with the soul of a beast, the other was neither humanoid or animal. A supernatural entity, perhaps? The last he was not so sure about, her spiritual scent masked. That, of course, meant she was someone truly powerful, or had powerful allies. The bartender knew already that he would profit greatly from this exchange, if he played his cards correctly. “We are looking for a gentleman by the name of Torek Redeye, sweets. My company and I need a bit of info on him, would you mind help us with that?" “Torek Redeye… yah, I’ve heard of him. Fancy himself a crime lord, that ‘un,” the old man traced through the metal mug in his hand, feeling warmth from his hand leach into it as he wiped it, “More like a weasel if yer ask me. Whaddaya need to know about him for? He lost a bet with you and flaked, lady?” Fredericks inclined his head questioningly. There were many reasons why somebody would come after such a man as Redeye, and such a man has many masters and guardians. Unfortunately for him, however, his masters had no love for him either. All Fred had to know was who he had annoyed, and it was then a matter of simple deduction. There was no need to sell someone more service than they might pay for.
  8. Cinder

    Izral Quest B - Redeye Ruckus [OOC]

    Just wanted to mention that I haven't forgotten about this yet, I'm still working on my post.
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    Izral Quest B - Redeye Ruckus [OOC]

    Okay, so I might need some time to think up how to move things along.
  10. Cinder

    Izral Quest B - Redeye Ruckus [OOC]

    I mean, I'd poke more but I'm worried of being annoying about it.
  11. Cinder

    Izral Quest B - Redeye Ruckus [OOC]

    @Aleksei Poking you since we did agree for one week pacing.
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    Redeye Ruckus [Quest B]

    The crowd inside the tavern, as it would have turned out, was no less in chaos with the eviction of the brawlers. Angus wondered to himself what the bouncer’s rubric was, in deciding who to throw out, and who to tolerate. To their advantage, the shouting and revelry meant no one took notice of the three entering. Given that Angus took them on as circumspect a route as possible, that was what he was hoping for. You never know who will be racing you for a job. He beckoned for the two to follow him through the tables and the ruffians coming and go as if this was an open-air market. He chuckled at the remark of the one known as Vanilla. He would’ve forgotten why they were here, too, were it not for the bounty money promised. “Oh, we’re doing nothing except asking someone about our mark,” he paused a bit, then decided to recap that as well, “Torek Redeye.” What he didn’t mention was the price for that information. Obviously, he wouldn’t pay for it- That would hardly be profitable. Instead, he’d be promising work to the proprietor. It’d require finessing to make it look like he wasn’t roping the two in, of course. “Fredericks! It’s good to see you again!” he shouted suddenly to the man cleaning the bar. The old man, one would notice, wore two eyepatches. Old Fred had a cynical sense of humour, so when he lost his eyes, he decided to dress like a double pirate- or so that was Angus’ theory. “We know each other?” The blind man grunted, brushing strands of his long white hair from his face as he worked, “Dun’ ‘member yer voice.” “It’s Angus! The… Fixer! Yeah, we’re lookin’ for this guy by the name of-” “Oh, Angus, that explains yer obnoxious voice. I’ll talk with these two ladies instead.” “-What? I mean- I’m sure I’ll be more suitable to explain-” he wasn’t sure how Fred determined the gender of the two. He wasn’t going to ask. “Yeah, nuh. You, ma’am,” he pointed at a random direction, “What’s this monkey yammering on about?” It was an inconvenient time to remember that Old Fred was a bit of a bastard.
  13. Cinder

    Izral Quest B - Redeye Ruckus [OOC]

    Okay, it's @Aleksei 's turn then.
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    Izral Quest B - Redeye Ruckus [OOC]

    @Rin It's your turn, by the way. Maybe I ought to extend the pacing to two weeks.
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    Feedback - new member guide

    I'm pretty happy with how this is. If I was a newcomer (and I technically am given how unestablished I am) the articles would be the perfect length to sustain my really short attention span.
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