The Stranger's Message: Talk with Lieut A letter marked, "From A Friend" is placed on Albert's table. It tells that the new Lieutenant of the ____ army is John Tapbist, Albert lets out a sigh of relief after reading. He pulls out a new sheet of paper and begins to write a message.
Albert walks out of the tavern and lowers his hood. He walks to the stables and approaches the manager. Recognizing Albert from stories, the manager starts the conversation with energy, "Ah good sir, I should tell you that we are having a sale today."
"What kind of sale is it?"
"The one that reaches to a specific group. That anyone who has saved the life of my nephew is welcome to whatever I can oblige." He reaches has hand out to shake Albert's. "My brother told me of what you did outside of Porta," bowing his head "I'm in your debt for saving them."
Shaking the manager's hand, "It was something that had t
The Stranger's Message: Fight outside TownFight Scene: Outside of Town
The small army arrives outside of the town of Porta. The now Lieutenant Ficluer is commanding 20 Strong Guards with his order to find Albert by any means necessary. Ficluer has heard the rumors of Albert helping this town with both charity work and the forceful removal of some mercs who called themselves guards.
Ficluer orders his command with pride, "Kick down every door to find him, and if the people inside don't have an answer, bring them to me."
The Guards precede with this. 2 or 3 charging their way into houses, interrogating families, smashing up any shop who's owner is hesitate to talk, and taking down the few that try to stand against them. In some time the Guards have rounded up 20 men, women, and children in the town who either didn't answer or resisted with force.
Ficluer is enjoying his new found power o so much. He starts kicking around the men pinned down by th
The Stranger's Message: Fight on RoofFight Scene: On Building
Holding a knife to Mary's throat he yells empty commands at Albert, "Stop walking or I'll slice her." But there is no brake in Albert's steps. And with each step forward Bartham backs closer to the edge. He sees the will in Albert's eyes. He knows he won't stop, can see the rage built up in his eyes. For a man that has left everyone else alive; Bartham believes Albert holds the strength to kill him.
Bartham gets thrown off as he realizes he is at the edge of the roof. Looking over he sees a drop that will leave a person with time to think about their inevitable fall to death. He mind races for a way to survive. It comes with only one. One that may halt the rage of Albert. Giving him the edge.
He now holds Mary leaning over the edge. With her mouth gagged she can only lets out mumbles of fear for life. Bartham orders, "Stop moving or I'll drop her to death." Albert stops, the will in his eyes does
The Stranger's MessageBeginning:
The man walks out of the shadow of the world. He has entered the world and looks around him to find emptiness surrounding. He continues his walk, not knowing his path, but knowing his destination. He is wearing a pair of tattered pants and ripped shirt. The sun has set before he sees a town in his sight. He lets out a sigh of relief, then continues on. He walks to the town, entering it with no one is sight but there are lights in what looks like an inn. Walking in there is an old man asleep with a drink in his hand at the bar. Sitting down the bartender starts a conversation, after examining this stranger. "Hey pal you looks like you've been through hell. Need a drink to cool off", chuckles to himself.
Stranger responds, "Some water would be great" with a smile.
"Coming right up. So what did happen to you?"
"Well going the flames of hell wasn't exactly it." Grabbing drink, "But ca