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Freedom in the Innocence of Avarice

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7MFNbcp.pngouse Dali emerges ever farther from the sands of history, golden family roots finding light and thriving in the cracked dirt.

Word of seamless Northtrail leadership and culturally privy Goldcourt tongues spread like wildfire. Attributes, members, and associates of the family’s branches were soon to be found in almost as many places as word of them could be. With growing recognition of the family, as with growing recognition of anything, came a swell of those who held house Dali in ill rapport. While reception of the family was largely well met, the world must always pockets of dissolution. The culturally privy could be mistaken for conniving, the air of leadership snide.

 

What is this?

Avarice Goldjest, considered a connoisseur of fashion in his circle of family and friends, had taken liberties with his father’s small fortune and gone travelling the Terran countryside with a couple friends. Well, he had come to village outside Dougton when he found himself accosted for his effeminate attire. Avarice stood up for himself boldly, flavoring his rebuttal with a couple spicy words he thought might add to his masculinity. Unfortunately for Avarice, the person he had exchanged verbal fisticuffs with was the village elder. His friends were not of enough fortitude to defend him when a group of luddite farmers in a recovering village called Tormo had locked him up for the slew of pompous insults; they were, however, man enough to return to House Dali and request help for their friend’s unfortunate blunder. In addition to a warning about the happenings upon Avarice, his friends tell of a large wolf prowling the area that attacks Tormo at night.

 

Belos Titansinger, high priest and lawman of House Dali, answers the call to trial for Avarice’s freedom with two apprentice attorneys or journeymen he finds along the way.

Together, the three will venture to Tormo and, do trial with the primitive folk village’s high counsel, and do what it takes to get their loudmouthed cousin back. Just how they will accomplish this feat may entail more danger and surprise than first meets the eye.

 

What do we need?

1-2 people: Join Belos and save Avarice to advance in legal standing in house Dali; see what you can find in the blossoming village of Tormo; attempt to gain favor with the high counsel of Tormo, with Avarice, or Belos.

@Diremast @KittyvonCupcake @ethela penna @Witches Brew (All other Dali family members tagged just in case they want to participate)

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@LikelyMissFortune The first! Thanks for your interest, you're in ? Evienne

@KittyvonCupcake Aaaand the second! Always a pleasure, m'lady ? Vesper

@Witches Brew Since there aren't a million of us, let's take you too! Merida

^I will have the thread up today! We should keep a set posting order, so that will just be determined by who posts first. I'll put a link in this thread when it's ready ?

@Thotification no.

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@Witches Brew looks like you're with Belos in court! 

Since Avarice has representation in the ring, he's technically required to be present in court. There will be a caravan of about four guards taking him to court. We don't know if we can get him out on his own merit, so we have a backup plan.

We need to switch Avarice out with a solid transmuter before the trial. Can Merida help us out with that? ?

Edit: @Witches Brew also don't feel limited by my suggestion! There are honestly so many options for the application of transmutation and your character in general in the court. Someone else suggested the possibility of reconstructing a piece of broken evidence using transmutation! Pls let me know what your thoughts are.

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