Signups Crusade
12-12-2017, 02:17 PM (This post was last modified: 12-12-2017 02:18 PM by Cidellus.)
Post: #101
RE: Crusade
"Ingvar Sigurdsson, and I will suffer NO injustice!" roared Ingvar in return, standing his ground. "We follow the will of Solarion here, noble, not yours."
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12-12-2017, 03:14 PM
Post: #102
RE: Crusade
Jocab looked at Conrad, then around at...the scene. Wow, this had escalated to something he wasn't comfortable with. Bad time to be looking Dytrian. Time to slip into very polite and civil mode. Although, considering he was in front of a fucking king he'd be acting this way anyway in nice circumstances.

He bowed deeply to Conrad. "Your majesty. I am, Jocab Sollex, an agent of sabotage and espionage in this crusade. My missive-" he looked at the Iron Breaker and slowly and clearly drew out his mission statement from Lord Aldretch D'Orion' to hand to Conrad.

“One day you wake up and realize the world can be conquered.” - Doctor Impossible
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12-12-2017, 03:24 PM
Post: #103
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"My apologies for not introducing myself earlier, I be Archeron mac Lyssa of Eiru," The scruffy, stern-eyed man drawled, "I am honored to be part of the holy quest - or rather, one of the tasks of the holy quest."
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12-12-2017, 05:02 PM
Post: #104
RE: Crusade
Tomis speaks to the clerks in his limited Dytrian.

"Give what is valuable."

He tells the soldiers,

"Search this place. And let's see how good this equipment is - perhaps we can use it."

He takes a weapon at random and tests its balance and sharpness on a piece of cloth.

The one, the only, Vancho!
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12-12-2017, 05:14 PM (This post was last modified: 12-12-2017 05:18 PM by Protoman.)
Post: #105
RE: Crusade
"Yes, yes. As you wish." She nods and tosses the paper to Marcellus carelessly. "So! I suppose that means all of you, hm? An interesting lot we've got!" She struts back and forth. "Conrad, was it? It's nice to have someone who wears the purple, I suppose. Gives a... what is the word? Stuffy? Old-fashioned...? Oh! Regal. Yes, a very regal feeling to the whole thing. Yes, I am very sure that it is very beautiful in... wherever you come from."

"Ah! And you - very nice... Armor?" She raps her knuckles on Fidelia's breastplate. "Dearie me, how do you WALK in such a thing?"
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12-12-2017, 05:21 PM (This post was last modified: 12-12-2017 05:22 PM by Acolyte Doctor.)
Post: #106
RE: Crusade
"I imagine s'training. Training as expensive as armor that only a few can afford."
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12-12-2017, 05:29 PM (This post was last modified: 12-12-2017 05:31 PM by Corn.)
Post: #107
RE: Crusade
“...” Why was she... Like this? Those Vylicians... Well. She crossed her halberd in front of her chest, a suggested barrier between them. This other guy, she liked him. To the point, even if the point might be a bit antagonistic. “Friend is right. Training, practice, and excellent leg strength. Squats or lunges if you’re looking for tips.” She answered, smirk evident in her tone. The furrow in her brow under her visor, less so.
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12-12-2017, 05:36 PM
Post: #108
RE: Crusade
"Oh!!! That voice!! Are you...?" She reaches over to lift up the visor delicately.
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12-12-2017, 05:37 PM
Post: #109
RE: Crusade
"Oh by the sun."
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12-12-2017, 05:42 PM
Post: #110
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Fidelia grabbed onto her visor. She didn’t mind sharing! That wasn’t a problem! But she sure didn’t like people grabbing at her!

“Possessing manners is what I am, ma’am. I’ll ask you perhaps give me a foot of space in any direction.”
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12-12-2017, 05:43 PM (This post was last modified: 12-12-2017 05:43 PM by SupahKiven.)
Post: #111
RE: Crusade
"..." Marcellus caught the scroll. He briefly thought about opening it up, but decided that wasn't what he was being paid for. He instead stuffed it into one of his jacket pockets. Marcellus also watched over Monica's antics, stepping over when she pulled up Fidelia's visor.

"'S rude to touch other people's faces."
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12-12-2017, 05:46 PM
Post: #112
RE: Crusade
"Yes, yes! I apologize so dearly for my TERRIBLY gauche behavior, I was just overcome with excitement at the prospect of potentially escaping this DREADFUL sense of masculine isolation I've been overcome with. I swear, I thought I'd be fighting the good fight all on my own! It's wonderful to have you here, then, sister! I am Monica D'Aurissimo, the Swiftblade of Vylice!"
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12-12-2017, 06:01 PM
Post: #113
RE: Crusade
Fidelia let go once Monica like, backed off. “... Fair enough. Just... hands to yourself, please. I heard you roll out the fanfare earlier. Respectably unharmed for someone who runs into a fight in... leathers?”

Her stance eased. “Fidelia, of House Neral. My brother Durante is hanging around over there.” She sighed, and lifted her visor on her own, pointing back to him briefly. “Thought you were a bit busy for a sewing circle, however.”

She held onto a dry smirk.
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12-13-2017, 04:19 AM (This post was last modified: 12-13-2017 06:13 AM by Galloglasses.)
Post: #114
RE: Crusade
Conrad unfurled the scroll the man gave to him and examined its contents, choosing to ignore Marcella's rather ignorant comment regarding Herenheim.

"Explain your mission."

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12-13-2017, 11:16 AM
Post: #115
RE: Crusade
As Monica stopped paying attention to him, a small relieved smile seemed to cross Rauth's face. He turned back to his men, gave a stammered order, and headed back into the winding streets of the city for some purpose or other.

Meanwhile, the noble Ingvar was facing down looked infuriated. "Do you know who I am, Ingvar Sigurdsson? I am Aldretch d'Orion, Lord of Colline. I am carrying out the will of Solarion as we speak, as I have always done! It is your harassment of my troops that stands in the way of what the Holy Sun requires of me." He glared Ingvar in the eye. "Do not interfere further, lest you upset what should be an occasion for celebration."

Tomis' men secured the room in short order - the clerks did not put up any fight. The equipment they managed to secure was mostly a mix of splinted mail and long-handled axes, all seemingly of high quality. Each axe bore the marks of being individually master-crafted, as the haft of each was sheathed in metal and etched with varied designs, usually involving geometric shapes. Similar designs occupied various plates of the armour. It seemed that this was a secure armoury specifically designed for very well-made equipment.
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12-13-2017, 01:19 PM
Post: #116
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Tomis smiles at the equipment. He tells the men to gather it into crates. They will able to sell it or use it to equip the army. As for the clerks, he asks them if there is any treasury or bank in the city that they know of. He has soldiers to pay, after all.

The one, the only, Vancho!
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12-13-2017, 01:25 PM
Post: #117
RE: Crusade
Jocab blinked. He spoke quietly in response, it seemed some other scenes were going on so he’d hope he could remain discreet “My mission was to open the gates and eliminate key figures. I succeeded in the first but...I lost my chance to follow the mayor of this city, I thought I’d have time to travel from the palace and back to his entourage before they fled, but I underestimated the time they would be forced to leave in due to the successful assault. Well done.”

“One day you wake up and realize the world can be conquered.” - Doctor Impossible
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12-13-2017, 01:26 PM
Post: #118
RE: Crusade
There is no such character as Marcella!

Monica nods vigorously, ignoring the comment from Conrad which may have been meant for her. "Ah, yes! Nothing less from a duelist of my caliber, Fidelia, darling! Once you know how to handle yourself in them, leathers and cloth will protect you better than any suit of metal. Not that they'll teach you that in a noble's house! I'll be more than happy to impart my knowledge if you've ever got the time. The offer extends to the unfortunately male member of House Neral as well."
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12-13-2017, 02:17 PM
Post: #119
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Fidelia’s attention to Monica waned, staring out behind her as Rauth ran off. Something was off about that guy.

Caught the tail end of that, though. “... Hah. Well.” She removed her helmet, and tapped her foot a few times in thought. Yeah. No. Too off. Something was too off about that guy, her gut was sure. “... I’ll keep it in mind should we meet again. Until then, Miss D’Aurissimo.”

She nodded, quickly, and made her way to wherever her brother was hanging around, hurriedly starting to remove the outermost layer of her armor. “Hey, Durry, get a hand real quick?” Should she get that hand, Fidelia intended on getting out of that loud thing, throwing her sword on her belt, and running off after Rauth to see what he was getting up to. All sneaky like.
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12-13-2017, 04:45 PM
Post: #120
RE: Crusade
"Solarion grants mercy to those who repent!" Ingvar retorted. "And I don't care what blood runs through your veins, or which lands you own, or which men you lord your station over. We are far from wherever Colline happens to be. Every person in this army is equally valiant in service to the Lord Solarion, provided they stay true to His values. Will you? Or will you let your bloodthirsty madness overrule His mercy?"
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12-13-2017, 04:46 PM
Post: #121
RE: Crusade
Monica removes her hat and gives a long, ostentatious bow as Fidelia leaves. She then turns to Marcellus. "Marcellus! Open the letter at once! We've got adventures to be pursuing! There's no time to waste with pleasantries!"
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12-13-2017, 04:58 PM
Post: #122
RE: Crusade
Marcellus watched Fidelia go with a blank expression. He was sure they would cross paths again. Always seemed to be the case with situations and people like this. At Monica’s words, Marcellus reached into his jacket and pulled out the scroll from earlier. He popped it open and began looking it over. He did, however, glance up at Monica before too long.

“That guy said he wanted us to gather the troops.” He reminded her.
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12-13-2017, 06:13 PM
Post: #123
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"Right! Read while we walk!" She fast marches towards her troops.
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12-13-2017, 06:36 PM
Post: #124
RE: Crusade
"Alright." Marcellus shrugged, keeping his eyes locked on the scroll. He kept pace with Monica.
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12-14-2017, 03:45 AM
Post: #125
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Conrad rolled up the scroll.

"Seeing as you're his man, or claim to be such, I will allow him the honour of sparing your life." he then ordered several men to take hold of him to ensure he didn't run off or pull a dagger or something and marched him after the king. Conrad thanked the Iron Breaker and then, asking for where lord D'Orion was, gave orders to his commanders to prevent their men from sacking the city unneccessarily. He then led the prisioner to d'Orion

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12-14-2017, 04:30 AM (This post was last modified: 12-14-2017 04:31 AM by Demonsul.)
Post: #126
RE: Crusade
The aides quickly told Tomis that the treasury is the other vault under the palace, and that there is indeed a bank in the city. It is apparently down near the harbour. They seemed quite concerned about the whole 'not killing them' thing, too.

With Durante's help, Fidelia quickly stripped off her plated armour, leaving herself in the padded undercoat. As she pulled off her armour, Fidelia just caught which road Rauth had turned off down, and would be able to sneak after him if she rushed off now. Though of course he did not hesitate in helping, her brother couldn't help but be curious. "What are you up to now?"

Marcellus read the scroll. It seemed to be some kind of military plan - he actually understood it pretty well. It involved splitting up the Crusade army and sending it off in multiple directions, apparently to secure the region as quickly as possible and to probe the southern mountains for passes suitable for marching through. It was clear the eventual goal was to reunite once a pass had been found and assault the enemy capital. His tactical experience told him it was perhaps a bit too risky to be splitting up so much when they hadn't defeated a single enemy army, though.

In detail, the scroll needed the army split up into four main contingents - one to head straight upriver and try and work out if there was a main enemy highway across the mountains from Hala Aiqua, one to head east to the River March and try and cross the mountains at its source, and two to head west, one trying to find a pass south of Sendrington towards Stargoss, and one securing the coast and then trying to find a safe road heading to the desert trading city of Herith.

There were also a few extra missions - a mission for a small crusader contingent to secure the Tilted Isle and its main port city of Glasson, to prevent enemies from raiding their shipping, missions for small forces to secure coastal towns that the main thrusts of the assault would miss, and missions for small scouting parties to survey other parts of the mountains in case there was a pass in a place they weren't looking. Hurriedly added at the bottom in much shakier handwriting was a mission for a small, fast-moving mounted party to catch up to and capture the city mayor.

Meanwhile, Ingvar was still staring down the nobleman. His yelling had definitely distracted the soldiers, who were making little progress in setting up for the execution. They'd got the priests all to the bottom of the reused siege ladders they were using to string up the ropes, but they hadn't put nooses over all of them, let alone made them start climbing yet.

The noble seemed furious, which actually caused him to shout less. "I do not know if you are naive, a heretic sympathizer or just stupid, but you are preventing my men from carrying out their duties with your incessant bellowing. I did not tell you my name to leverage my station, but rather my reputation as a faithful servant of the Sun, though apparently you have not heard of me. Since you are not leaving of your own accord but instead are continuing to provoke me, I am going to have to have my men remove you. And if you decide to resist and harm them, then by the Sun I will see to it myself that you join these priests you love so much in hanging from this heathen edifice."

Conrad approached at this point, hearing Ingvar's words (because they were very loud) and most of d'Orion's reply. A few of his men followed behind, marching Jocab with them. When Conrad heard d'Orion talking about his reputation, he remembered why the name sounded familiar to him - this was a lord who had a somewhat infamous reputation as a puritan witch-burner.
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12-14-2017, 04:35 AM
Post: #127
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Tomis tells the men to escort the clerks to their homes, since the streets are most likely not safe still. He sends off some more to go secure the bank, and heads back up to where the other lords were.

The one, the only, Vancho!
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12-14-2017, 06:02 AM
Post: #128
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Jocab's normally blank face betrayed his sudden spike of worry. Lord d'orion was here? He shot a hateful gaze at the Iron Breaker who'd dropped him into this mess, should have just explained things there and then. Or kicked him in the nads and ran maybe. He was suicidally tempted to do that now, but the fear of crossbow bolts in the back helped common sense keep the lead of the situation. Well, ideally d'Orion would be in a good mood or not give a shit about this matter, although this trouble would give Jocab another mental black mark in d'Orion's mind. He slumped into the guards grip and followed Conrad without resistance. "It's a thankless job I have. How about you guys, enjoy your work? Getting paid well or just glory for Old Herenheimer what, what?" He asked the guards casually.

“One day you wake up and realize the world can be conquered.” - Doctor Impossible
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12-14-2017, 07:38 AM
Post: #129
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Conrad arrived on the scene as Lord d'Orion finished yelling.

Well. This was going to be pleasant.

"Lord d'Orion." Conrad greeted calmly as he made his presence known at the execution sight, seeing the lord's men beginning to string up the priests. "I have business I wish to discuss with you, is there a problem here?"

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12-14-2017, 07:54 AM
Post: #130
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Well this didn't exactly seem like the most well thought out plan ever. Still, he was already splitting the... colorful forces they had at hand into jobs that might suit them, from what he'd seen during the fight. There were advantages to splitting up, but at the same time, was it really wise to divide their forces when they had barely even seen what this place was capable of? That wasn't even counting the fact that he'd barely seen what their forces could do. This wasn't exactly the most defining battle for tactical assessments either way.

As Marcellus thought about it, however, something came to mind... Why was he making this his problem? He was here to act as a bodyguard and adviser, not a commander. He wasn't here to order people around, he was here to get paid. Marcellus nodded to himself, his mind made up, then rolled up the scroll and handed it to Monica.

"Here." He said. "Battle plans. They want us to split up all of the Crusade forces, not just the Vylitians, to cover as much ground as we can. Gotta find a pass through the mountains so we can all hit the capital through there. Your call."
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12-14-2017, 07:58 AM (This post was last modified: 12-14-2017 07:59 AM by Cidellus.)
Post: #131
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"Of course there's a problem," Ingvar said. "He wishes to execute these priests without, at least, granting them an opportunity for Solarion's mercy. I simply want him to allow them the chance to repent and embrace the light of Solarion. To prove it, you could have them deface their own idols. Make certain that they've crossed the point of no return with their foul god."

Ingvar seemed annoyed with the puritanical maniac lord.
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12-14-2017, 08:10 AM (This post was last modified: 12-14-2017 08:26 AM by Galloglasses.)
Post: #132
RE: Crusade
Conrad turned from Ingvar to lord Aldretch.

"Have you not given them that opportunity?"

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12-14-2017, 08:34 AM (This post was last modified: 12-14-2017 11:35 AM by Demonsul.)
Post: #133
RE: Crusade
Tomis re-emerged into the square to find that everyone was leaving. Monica and Marcellus were still around, and they were walking up and down in front of their assembled troops in the square. Archeron was there too with his militia, having not gone off to the temple like the GM mistakenly thought.

Meanwhile, Jocab was no doubt thrilled to find that the people hauling him around were professional mercenaries who didn't talk to prisoners in front of their lord.

Lord Aldretch looked at Conrad like he was talking nonsense. "You do realize they gave up that opportunity when they became priests of the star-god," he said, clearly getting increasingly frustrated with how Ingvar was undercutting him left and right - and now even interrupting his conversations. "They willingly embraced stellar sorceries and are thusly damned. This is the greatest mercy that scripture can offer their souls. Only Solarion can forgive them now - there is no place for them in the mortal world." He sighed. "Captain, why is this northerner still here? He continues to interfere in things he has no right to, and I need to have a conversation with... I'm sorry, I don't think I recognize you. What is your name?"

Aldretch's men tried to get Ingvar's attention and lead him away from the conversation between the two nobles. If he did not go with them willingly, they'd try to take his arms and pull him away. It'd probably take quite a few of them to overpower him if he resisted.
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12-14-2017, 08:41 AM
Post: #134
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Excellent! She just had all the luck, didn’t she? Fidelia spun around to face her brother, fixing her sword to her hip as she spoke. “Got a hunch! And a good one, Raust is acting all peculiar and sneaking off, and-“

She peered behind her, and frowned a bit. Getting away. “And I’ll tell you all about if it was anything at all- when I get back. Won’t be long! Promise!”

Without further delay, she took off after the man!
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12-14-2017, 08:56 AM
Post: #135
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Jocab grunted. "Man, you guys are good. Credit to your profession, respect. I'm going to follow your lead for a bit and watch the show." He did wince a bit about van Grahl not being recognised, that's got to hurt for a king, though he could stand to flaunt a bit more heraldry honestly, give all the other nobles a bit of help. Or at least run around with a herald maybe. Jocab glanced over at the priests, then at the recycled siege ladders. "Hmm."

"Atra du evarínya ono varda." He thought, not stupid enough to even mutter his sympathies or any word of Dytrian. It was a clean death at least.

“One day you wake up and realize the world can be conquered.” - Doctor Impossible
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12-14-2017, 10:28 AM
Post: #136
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Tomis walks up to Monica.

"Hello there, Monica, was it not? Where are the others?"

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12-14-2017, 11:17 AM (This post was last modified: 12-14-2017 11:22 AM by Protoman.)
Post: #137
RE: Crusade
"They seem to have wandered off like children. Pah! Not that I can blame them, with slowpoke Marcellus here refusing to read the letters! Marcellus, stop dilly dallying! Read them already! In detail! So I know what to tell people to do! Or -- Bah, just give me it, I can read them for myself!"

She snags the letter and begins reading exactly what the hell folks have to do.
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12-14-2017, 11:29 AM
Post: #138
RE: Crusade
"..." Marcellus says nothing.
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12-14-2017, 11:32 AM
Post: #139
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"Still here," Archeron pipes up near Monica.
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12-14-2017, 11:34 AM
Post: #140
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"Conrad van Grahl." Conrad replied amicably. "King of Herenheim. Believe me, Lord Albretch if there is anyone with a grudge against Dytrian sorceries, it would be me. And while I commend you for your zeal in drawing out witchcraft and sorcery whereever it may hide, the northerner has a point. If the church did not offer repentence, how would it be that we would ever convert the infidel, star worshipper or misled pagan? How much harder will we convert the peoples of Begedal if we give the Dytrian throne its own martyrs, not ones who died in battle, but ones who died while in our mercy? Give these men the chance to recant their false gods and throw themselves at Solarion's mercy. If they do not, then no man could ever fault you."

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12-14-2017, 11:44 AM (This post was last modified: 12-14-2017 11:45 AM by Demonsul.)
Post: #141
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"King Conrad? Ah, I heard you were accompanying the Crusade," said Aldretch. "And I will not, for that is heresy, and a dangerous precedent. Were they men the same as you, me and the regular people of this city, I would of course show them mercy. But they are priests of the dark god, and have been altered by his power, the same as any witch. The corrupting influence of stellar sorcery is not to be discounted or underestimated. I'm sure you, of all people, would understand its malign power and the dark stain it leaves on everything it touches." He stared Conrad in the eye. "The only way to be rid of it is through tearing it out at the roots. There can be no mercy with witches and sorcerers."

Meanwhile, Monica read the letter, getting more or less the same information from it as Marcellus. There needed to be armies probing the mountains at various points to find viable passes, with the goal of converging in a combined assault on the enemy capital, plus a number of other missions besides. All that stuff.
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12-14-2017, 11:48 AM
Post: #142
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Tomis looks around for Heron and tells him to secure the bank and pay the men in order of seniority. He then goes back to Monica.

"Are those orders? Perhaps we should choose what we want our forces to do first. After all, the others aren't here, so it's their fault if they get stuck with the least pleasant mission."

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12-14-2017, 11:50 AM
Post: #143
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"And I do, lord Albretch, in fact that is part of why I am here, to strike at the Dytrian throne itself, and win back my nation's honour in the name of Solarion. And while we must always burn the witch, have these priests done actual sorcery? It is one thing to wear vestments in the name of a dark god and another thing to command tainted powers and have it taint the soul irrevocably. We have seen actual sorcery int he course of this siege, as you no doubt saw during the battle for the gatehouse. Those were witches without a doubt. But have any of these men so much as summoned a candle flame with their words while you were arresting them? If they have, hang them for the witches they are, if not, give them a chance for redemption first."

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12-14-2017, 11:53 AM (This post was last modified: 12-14-2017 12:04 PM by Protoman.)
Post: #144
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Since the document was sparse on details, Monica sighed heartily. "Whoever thought it wise to put the priestly class in charge of military duties was a damned fool. Marcellus! Let us gather the troops! That is to say, all the other troops. Mostly their commanders. Getting everyone in here would be a fool's errand. And um, sir... What was your name?" She tilts her head to Archeron. "Ah, whatever it was, you gather your most important men up here! We will split these missions as evenly as we can."
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12-14-2017, 12:07 PM
Post: #145
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"Alright." Marcellus scratched at his ear, clearly having already been ready to do this. He rolled his shoulders and straightened his back before slouching again and heading off. Sword on his shoulder, he headed off in the direction he had noticed some of the others go off in when the common soldiers began looting. He'd find a commander or something eventually, probably.
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12-14-2017, 12:22 PM
Post: #146
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Tomis nods to Monica and sends for his deputies Lystra Kaliakra and Artur Jon (since he sent Heron to secure the bank).

"Even splits, a fair choice."

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12-14-2017, 12:30 PM
Post: #147
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Ingvar did not leave.

“Your commands and men have no sway over me. I am not your subject. I will remain until this is resolved,” he said, looking to the men. “Keep back unless you want a fight.”

If they did indeed want a fight, Ingvar would give it to them. He’d refrain from lethal force unless they attempted to use it on him, though. If it was a brawl, he’d keep it a brawl.
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12-14-2017, 12:36 PM
Post: #148
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"If I may." Conrad said, interjecting before Albretch could react to the Northerner, "There is a small matter of an agent of yours, or he claims to be such, we have found after securing the Mayoral palace." he held up the scroll. "He gave me this, I'd rather verify it by bringing it and the man to you before anything is done about him." He then turned to indicate Jocab for the first time in the conversation.

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12-14-2017, 12:44 PM
Post: #149
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Heron left towards the docks, going to make sure that the bank got pillaged properly. Marcellus also wandered off, and soon found himself also arriving at the large temple in time to see the fight about to take place.

Before d'Orion could retort to Conrad's argument - and it looked like he fully intended to - his men tried to grab Ingvar and drag him away. Ingvar responded by pulling his arms free and shoving them back as more of them tried to encircle and restrain him. Three soldiers tried to grab him from behind, but he managed to forcefully throw them off, sending one of them careening to the ground with a crack as his arm hit the pavement at an awkward angle.

Conrad's attempt to distract d'Orion did not work, as the lord turned fully away from him and dismounted his horse, drawing his sword. "Northern scum! First you come here to undercut my authority and protect these witch-priests, and now you assault my men in a bid to stay? Why? Do you care so little for your own life? I warned you that if you harmed my men, I would personally see to it that your body would hang from this temple. But since I do not want to kill you in front of a King, I will give you one last chance." He pointed his sword at Ingvar. "Leave now, or I will run you through myself!"
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12-14-2017, 12:51 PM
Post: #150
RE: Crusade
Well, this certainly looked like fun. Marcellus approached the commotion in front of the temple with an amused smirk on his face.

"Hey gentlemen, what's goin' on?"
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