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Pen N Popper

Bitters & Sweets
« on: July 09, 2008, 06:01:40 pm »
[SIZE=24][SIZE=32]Bitters & Sweets[/SIZE]
[/SIZE][SIZE=24]at Thunder Valley[/SIZE]
[SIZE=13]Mai 1435[/SIZE]

[SIZE=18]Coming soon to the Thunder Valley crossroads, an offering of elixirs, tonics, drinks, and food![/SIZE]

[SIZE=18]Visit Double's market stand there and stop for a rest by the fire while you enjoy your purchases.[/SIZE]


Pen N Popper

Re: Bitters & Sweets
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2008, 05:43:26 pm »
Now and then a halfling lass can be seen at the crossroads, greeting travelers warmly as they pass.  When approached she opens a chest in which resides a modest offering of food for the trails.  A coin box also rests within the chest in which to leave fair payment for rations taken.

"Farewell to you," she says as you depart.  "May the rain and winds spin you in prosperous directions!"


Pen N Popper

Re: Bitters & Sweets
« Reply #2 on: August 15, 2008, 05:32:32 pm »

((OOC  What Layonara is all about!


Re: Bitters & Sweets
« Reply #3 on: August 17, 2008, 06:08:23 am »
*Chakar has visited the place and is heard to be seeking Double out for some reason or the other*

Pen N Popper

Re: Bitters & Sweets
« Reply #4 on: August 28, 2008, 01:13:42 pm »
Even now in Augra it is not uncommon to see snowflakes filtering down through the tree limbs.  Calling the snow late or early makes no difference here in the Thunder Peaks:  The environment is harsh even on the most pleasant days.

Regardless, the halfling minding the several chests at the travelling bazaar keeps a smile on her face.  Her small fingers twirl a medallion around her neck as she turns her face to the swirling wind delivering the flakes.

"Storm's brewing," she says after a satisfied sigh, "a good day."

Her attention is drawn then to a small band of armored folk arriving from down the western path.  Warriors with coin, no doubt, and surely in need of pie and ale.  Perhaps even some pipeweed so that they too might breathe fire onto the winds.  It's only going to get colder.