A Bard's Adventure

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Postby erinhue » Fri May 17, 2002 10:42 pm

Forgoing his customarily showy entrance, Erinhue pushed the front door open and entered the Lucky Fortune Inn. The few patrons seemed to be engaged in their own pursuits. There was no past or current member of the staff to be seen in the taproom but the door to the office in back was wide open.<BR><BR>“How did this happen?” The shocked cry came from the office.<BR><BR>The voice as more than familiar and Erinhue frowned. His warning to Vana had served as more of an alarm. Hobbituk had obviously gotten look over the Inn’s account ledgers. Exchanging the frown for the version of his sucker smile reserved for close friends, Erinhue squared his shoulders and walked into the office.<BR><BR>Hobbituk sat at the too large desk. The account ledgers lay open on it. The missing staff members were gathered at one side of the room. They all looked up when Erinhue walked in. He was the only one smiling.<BR><BR>“’Hue have you seen this?” Hobbituk groaned.<BR><BR>“Yes Hobbie I have and I have it all taken care of.”<BR><BR>“You always say that.” The hobbit rolled his eyes. You said that about the Anniversary and we are still paying bills for that one. You said that when we sent all that beer over to the LothLorien Festival, and you wound up drinking a good portion of that yourself.”<BR><BR>“Well Hobbie what could I do? They kept buying me drinks.”<BR><BR>“Which you always declare to be on the house. Well The house is drowning.” Hobbituk’s practical nature surfaced in the frustrated reason of his tone. “What you don’t drink up yourself you give away for free. The staff hasn’t been paid in ages and I have no idea what tale Im gonna tell our suppliers next.”<BR><BR>The staff muttered a bit at the mention of pay. Erinhue looked at them and winked.<BR><BR>“Not to worry. I have a plan.”<BR><BR>Hobbituk groaned at the dreaded words.<BR>
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Postby Leoba » Sat May 18, 2002 1:40 am

“Not to worry. I have a plan.”<BR><BR><i>At Erinhue’s words, Leoba glanced over at Vana and couldn’t help rolling her eyes somewhat.</i><BR><BR>“Plans are all very fine Hue but many of us have a pressing need for solid currency and soon. Not that I don’t appreciate receiving free bed and board and stabling for my horse…” <i>Her words tailed off as she realised that she was probably causing offence to a man who was not only her employer but also a kind friend who had taken her in and given her shelter in time of need.</i> “It’s just that I can’t even afford to buy my friends presents upon occasion, let alone replace worn out belongings.” <i>She looked down despairingly at the well-worn leather ankle-boots which were parting from their soles; a legacy of many hours spent on her feet in the bar.</i> “And there was only a finite amount of treasure which Dirk brought back from Carn Dûm, which isn’t even mine to spend really….”<BR><BR><i>She saw the look on Erinhue’s face and immediately felt suffused with a wave of guilt.</i> “I’m sorry, I should cease my moaning.” <i>Leoba blushed as she fumbled over her words.</i> “What can I do to help?”<BR><BR>
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Postby SilverScribe » Sat May 18, 2002 6:53 am

<BR><i> Scribbles looked up from her journal and noticed how empty the taproom was. She sat and chewed thoughtfully on her pencil as Erinhue entered somewhat more quietly than was his wont. Was that a frown creasing the Master Bards face? Her natural curiosity began to stir.<BR><BR>She watched as he crossed the taproom and entered the office. Now she realized that the soft background murmer she had been hearing for a few minutes was the sound of many voices. The staff's voices to be exact, and the sound appeared to be coming from Hue's office. Her curiosity stretched, a little more awake.<BR><BR>Rising from her usual shadowy corner table, she made her way silently to the office doorway. She caught Leoba's first words and a quick scan of the assembled faces told her something was amiss. Ah money. The bane of everyone's existence it seemed. A quick pat of her own pouch told a sad story as well. The money from her last 50-post diamond was down to a few silver pennies. She was back to sleeping in the woods herself, buying only her ale and bread at the Inn now.<BR><BR>The Master Bard, in spite of the smile, still had a worried look. Now her curiosity was fully aflame. She slipped in and leaned against the wall next to the doorway, and took a chance. </i><BR><BR>"Hey everyone, what's afoot?"<BR><BR>
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Postby Wisteria » Sat May 18, 2002 7:25 am

<i>Wiste's false smile could be spotted a league away by those who knew her. Not being the type to burden others with her woes, she was determined to keep up appearances. She entered the Lucky Fortune with her customary, </i><BR><BR>Hello, all!<BR><BR><i>only to discover the place practically empty. She saw Scribbles sneaking into the back office and her pretense dropped. What was going on here? Quietly she slipped around the bar and went to peek into the back room.</i>
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Postby Friend » Sat May 18, 2002 7:44 am

<i>Elanor sat at a small table in the corner, happily sipping at a glass of ale and trying to fix her quiver, which had a crack down the side. She had simply stopped in for a quick drink, but had found the people so friendly that she decided to stay for the night. Glancing up to ask if anyone knew anything about fixing quivers, she saw that there was no one in the bar. Where had they all gone? <BR><BR>Muttering and whisperings from the back caught her attention, and she slipped over as quietly as she could to the back room, where all the noise was coming from. She ducked down out of sight, and listned in.
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Postby Wisteria » Sat May 18, 2002 8:15 am

<i>From her spot near the door, Wiste couldn't hear nearly as much as she wanted to. Cautiously she started forward, keeping Scribbles' back in view. Out of the corner of her eye, she saw someone else -- one of the bar patrons? -- also sneaking up to listen. This was getting curiouser and curiouser!</i>
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Postby Aerin » Sat May 18, 2002 9:19 am

<i>Aerin shook her head.</i> "I haven't been paying close attention to the books like Hobbituk has, but I know we're low on just about everything. Food, drinks, supplies, and money. We don't need more help, no offense to the new people," <i>she added,</i> "We need money and supplies."
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Postby ThreadStalker » Sat May 18, 2002 9:43 am

A dark elf quietly slipped into the inn. Weary from the road he took a seat in a corner, happy to rest and wait until someone could take his order for a tall cool ale to wash the road from his throat.
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Postby gladrieltook » Sat May 18, 2002 12:21 pm

GT wandered in, her clothes wrinkled and dirty, her eyelids sagging, and her usually perky smile replaced by an exasautsed frown. She fell onto one of the stools, and allowed her head to fall onto the bar with a dull <i>thud</i>. A muffled "I need caffiene" was to be heard from the worn bard. She had been wandering long, and because of an unfortunate writer's block, she was unable to come up with the songs and poems that brought her a silver penny every night. So she resorted to stories of the Valar, but the people did not want any of that. They kicked her out of bars and Inns, and she had to rely on her skills as a hunter, which weren't all that reliable. Without lifting her head, she pulled out the last coin in her worn, leather purse and threw it on the counter. She had been fortunate enough to come across an inn that needed a comedy act to bring in customers, and after three nights of parading about as GT the jester, she had been paid 30 silver peices. Most of it went to a new pair of boots(her old pair had fallen apart a month before) and a room for the night. All that was left was what now lay on the counter of the Lucky Fortune.
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Postby crystal_seed » Sat May 18, 2002 12:48 pm

<i>Crys had been troubled this day by some whispers of news she had heard during one of the festivals. She didn't want to burden anyone with the whole situation, and decided the best solution was to have a drink. Not being her usual custom, but because she would rather drown the sorrows than share them, she entered the Lucky Fortune.<BR>Very few people were in the bar. 'All the better' she thought to herself. Then she saw GT, looking rather weary and mumbling something about caffiene. Not wanting to miss the chance to give a fellow bard a hand, and gain a bit of luck as well, she pushed the coin back to GT and said</i><BR><BR>Since no one seems to be here at the moment my dear (sounds like a staff meeting back there<img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-wink.gif"border=0>), I'll get you the coffee, and if you'd like something stronger as well. I think I'll join you for a coffee and a bit of whiskey to boot. <BR><BR><i>Crys headed around behind the bar, put the proper change in the till, and poured GT and herself some fresh coffee. To her own she added a hefty shot of whiskey and some cream. She offered GT some of the same. It was at that moment she caught a few of the words spoken from the office. She heard bits and pieces about financial difficulties, and also about Master Erinhue having a plan. This made her smile, and wonder what he had up his sleeve. If she knew him at all (even for the short time she knew him) that would spell some kind of adventure!</i>
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Postby Vanaladiel » Sat May 18, 2002 1:48 pm

Standing with the others Vana just felt stunned to think this friendly busy place could be in such financial trouble. <BR><BR>She smiled when Leoba looked at her and rolled her eyes but she knew this was serious and if Aerin and Sandra were concerned then it must be very serious. So silently she listened and hoped that something good would come of this. <BR><BR>Erinhue went on to discuss that none of the employees would be let go nor would supplies not be ordered but that he had an idea that they should all consider very closely.<BR><BR>So he went on to explain and they all listened intently!!
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Postby Hobbituk » Sat May 18, 2002 3:15 pm

<i>Hobbi sighed at Hue's claim of a plan. He folded his arms and sat back in his chair grimly. He was feeling very very tense at this point. He could feel a sense of anger coming to the surface. Lurea must have felt the tension because she quietly sidled up behind him and placed a soothing hand on his shoulder. He felt suddenly much calmer, he took a deep breath and then looked Hue directly in the eyes,</i><BR><BR>"Hue. You are my oldest friend here, and I do not want to become anger, but this is not the time for get-rich-quick schemes. If we cannot sort something out now, the Inn will close. I will go back to being the homeless wanderer, sleeping in ditches and eating berries. <BR>Please, it is up to you not to let this happen."<BR><BR><i>Hobbi sighed and took another deep breath,</i><BR><BR>"What have you in mind?"
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Postby gladrieltook » Sat May 18, 2002 5:06 pm

GT lifted her head to look at Crys with amazment. Her old half smirk grazed her weary face and she nodded. "Yes. Thank you." She stretched her arms and legs, and the cracking of her bones could be heard all about the common room. "Me bones could use a bit of a pick-me-up," she said gratfully as she cracked her neck. "Lord, that felt good. You have no idea what a little brain blockage can do to one's well-being."
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Postby erinhue » Sat May 18, 2002 5:18 pm

"Not a scheme my friend not a scheme but a concrete venture that is sure to net us funds enough to not worry about it ever again." Erinhue smiled confidently at everyone in the room.<BR><BR>"I won this playing poker and it is the key to our financial future." He took a folded piece of parchment and laid it out on the desk. There were several partial sketches and a few lines scratched beneath what appeared to be a map of some moutain area.<BR><BR>"Surely you have all heard of Durdain Braidbeard and the hidden dwarf fortress of Khazad Keep?"
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Postby Tempest » Sat May 18, 2002 5:41 pm

Someone banged through the door of the Lucky Fortune Inn and pounded an impatient fist on a nearby bar table. <i>"Erinhue!"</i> a stern, female voice yelled, and the bard paled slightly as he recognized it.<BR><BR>With a fierce look, Tempest strode over to where the bard sat, while he quickly pocketed the map safely out of sight. <i>"I want it back!"</i> she said angrily.<BR><BR><i>"Want what back?"</i> Erinhue answered smoothly.<BR><BR><i>"I know you have it. Jaketh told me he gave it to you,"</i> she snapped.<BR><BR><i>"I have no idea to what you are referring,"</i> he said.<BR><BR><i>"Hey, I thought you said you 'won' that map in a card game?"</i> Hobbi said. Erinhue shot him a dark look, but it was too late.<BR><BR><i>"Ha! So you do have it! Now give it to me!"</i> she ordered, holding her hand out.<BR><BR><i>"Hold on a minute. I won this fairly. I had no idea that it belonged to any one besides Jaketh,"</i> Erinhue answered calmly.<BR><BR>Her eyebrows shot up. <i>"Though I do not doubt that you are a good card player, old friend, I've known you to pull a few tricks to get what you want. Jaketh had no right to offer you that map."</i><BR><BR>Erinhue shrugged. <i>"You know the rules. The truth is, the only reason I even glanced at it twice was because he mentioned it had once belonged to you."</i><BR><BR><i>"Once belonged to me? Once belonged to me! It still belongs to me! When I find that slithering snake again, he won't escape unscathed!"</i> she clenched her fists. She eyed the bard and the rest of the Lucky Fortune's guests before she decided on another tactic. <BR><BR>She slid into the seat across from Erinhue and managed to somehow change her scowl into a more pleading look. <i>"Now, what can I say to change your mind about the map?"</i> she blinked her eyes at him.
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Postby erinhue » Sat May 18, 2002 5:50 pm

"You cannot change my mind, Lovely One who's beauty is like the coming storm." Erinhue ignored the fact that Tempest refused to be charmed. "You can't have the map or change my mind about it, but you could come along with us."<BR><BR>"Come with us where?" Hobbituk asked with mounting suspicion in his voice.<BR><BR>"Why to fetch the treasure, of course." Erinhus said and smiled at the stunned faces around him.
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Postby Wisteria » Sat May 18, 2002 6:19 pm

<i>At CS and Tempest's entrance, Wiste went still. She didn't want her friends to think she was spying on them. But she had remained so still for so long, that her foot was beginning to cramp underneath her. Slowly, so those in the room would not know she was eavesdropping, she shifted her weight in order to creep closer. The noise of Tempest's argument covered her and she was doing fine until she heard those fateful words:</i><BR><BR>"Why to fetch the treasure, of course." <BR><BR>She was so surprised, she put her full weight on her fast-asleep foot. It buckled under her and she fell full into the room, right on top of Scribbles.<BR><BR><BR><BR>
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Postby Aerin » Sat May 18, 2002 6:49 pm

(OOC - Hobbi, I've still got more posts than you! <img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-wink.gif"border=0><img src="http://www.tolkienonline.com/mb/i/expressions/face-icon-small-devil.gif"border=0>)<BR><BR>"Wait a minute," <i>Aerin said suspiciously.</i> "Treasure? Just where is this supposed treasure located, anyway?"<BR><BR><i>She jumped as Wiste fell on top of Scribbles.</i> "Wisteria! What are you doing here?"
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Postby SilverScribe » Sat May 18, 2002 7:12 pm

<BR>"Using me for a pillow," <i> came the dry reply from underneath Wisteria. <BR><BR>Wisteria, her face red, picked herself up and offering Scribbles a hand, nearly fell back on top of her as the tall half-elf, without thinking, actually tried to use her to stand up.</i><BR><BR>"Whoa, no, it's okay. I can get up on my own . . ." <i> Scribbles laughed, then stood up and dusted herself off.</i><BR><BR>"Now, did I hear someone say 'fetch' treasure? From the infamous Durdain Braidbeard? Keenest dice player and no mean card shark of the West? Oh, this I gotta see."<BR><BR>
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Postby Wisteria » Sat May 18, 2002 7:17 pm

Sorry, Scribbles, I, um, I was just . . .<BR><BR><i>Wiste, her cheeks flaming red at being so unceremoniously found out, straightened her blouse and tugged her waistcoat into place. With injured pride she said,</i><BR><BR>I heard voices and shouting and I came over to see what was the matter, that's all. I was concerned.<BR><BR><i>Almost defiantly she stuck out her chin, daring them to say otherwise.</i>
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Postby Turelie_Lurea » Sat May 18, 2002 9:27 pm

Calm down, Hobbi. Let Erinhue finish.<BR><BR><i>Lurea whispered into Hobbituk's ear, taking his arm and then holding his hand.</i><BR><BR>Give him a chance to finish explaining his plan. Perhaps it will not be another bad gamble this time.<BR><BR><i>Luckily, her soothing tone relaxed him and he sat down, his eyes burning and his face red from exertion.</i><BR><BR>"You're right, Lurea. I should listen. But if it's ONE MORE crackpot idea, I'll--I'll... " <i>With this, he sat in a huff, wishing he had his pipe.</i>
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Postby crystal_seed » Sun May 19, 2002 2:45 am

<i>Tempest's stormy entrance had surprised Crys, so much so that she almost spilt her coffee. When she strode back to the office, and then when Crys heard raised voices and threats, she looked wide eyed at GT and instinctively reached for her.... sling shot, since it was the only weapon on her person. Looking for some projectile, she grabbed the whiskey shot glass thinking, 'This'll do in a pinch!'<BR>She waited patiently to hear the outcome, ever ready to jump to the aide of a fellow bard in need. Then there was a crash, that brought her running, sling and shot glass in hand to the door.<BR><BR>Looking in, she was almost relieved to see that the source of the crash was Wiste sprawled on the floor over a surprised Scribbles, and the that looks on Tempest's and Erinhue's faces were ones of reasoning and pleading, not one of battle. Quickly she withdrew the glass from the sling and tucked both away in her tunic.</i><BR><BR>Can I get anyone a coffee? <i>she said innocently, looking for an excuse as to why she was standing at the door.</i>
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Postby Hobbituk » Sun May 19, 2002 6:30 am

"Treasure? You want us to run off into the wild blue yonder," <i>he waved an arm vaguely westwards,</i> <BR><BR>"After some Treasure which may or may not exist, with a map which may or may not be real. Whilst the Inn remains in disrepair and stricken in poverty? You must be crazy Hue. There is no other explanation! What makes you think this treasure would even still lie there anyway? The Dwarves have mined the mountains from one end of Middle-Earth to the other. The Dragons have taken the big hoards.<BR><BR>This is folly!"<BR><BR>
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Postby Friend » Sun May 19, 2002 6:35 am

<i>Elanor looked over to the one called Wistie and grinned sheepishly, before trying to conceal herself more fully. That person seemed to have spotted her, and that wouldn’t do.<BR><BR>She perked up at the mention of treasure. This was getting more and more interesting! She settled down and listened closely.<BR>
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Postby Tempest » Sun May 19, 2002 7:01 am

<i>"Well, Erinhue, your friends don't seem too thrilled with the idea of this map, and they're probably right. It's a wild goose chase and will most likely just get you killed. I'll save you the trouble of looking foolish, so just give it back to me,"</i> Tempest said, seeing her opportunity. Erinhue seemed unfazed by the distrust of his plan and sat patiently waiting for them to finish.<BR><BR>Tempest narrowed her eyes. This was not going well. Blast Jaketh! And blast Erinhue! This was one of the best opportunities she had come across in a long while, and she was not going to let it slip away so easily. If he would not give the map up, she would be forced to accompany him. Which, in the long run, might actually be to her benefit. After all, they were sure to run into trouble, and it would be good to have skilled warriors on hand, especially ones who could be trusted. Still, she couldn't resist kicking him one last time under the table before finally giving up and consenting to go with him.
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Postby gladrieltook » Sun May 19, 2002 7:04 am

GT, despite her weariness, sprang after Crys. She poked her head under the other Bard's arm and grinned at the confused looks on her fellows' faces. "'Allo!" She was the smallest of the Bards, shorter even than Hobbituk, and much thinner. She was gangly and rather bouncy(most of the time). She squirmed through and had to stand on tip-toe to look over Erinhue's shoulder at the map. "Ooo.... Nifty!"
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Postby SilverScribe » Sun May 19, 2002 7:25 am

<BR><i> As she leaned back against the wall, Scribbles couldn't help but notice something. 'The woman, Tempest, doth protest too loudly' came unbidden into her mind. And Erinhue looked so determined, calmly taking it all in, in spite of Hobbituk's understandable concerns. If she trusted anyone, it would be the Master Bard. 'Well, in for a penny, in for a pound,' was her next thought. She cleared her throat, loudly, then crossing her arms casually, looked straight at Tempest. </i><BR><BR>"You seem awfully determined to recover a map that is only an invitation to a wild goose chase, my Lady. I wonder why that would be, if it is so worthless an item."<BR><BR>
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Postby Vanaladiel » Sun May 19, 2002 7:58 am

Though standing quietly amid the group Vana was very interested in the idea of a treasure hunt. <BR><BR>"Oh goody!" came out of her before she could stop it and every eye turned to look at her. She was shocked herself to hear those words come out of her own mouth!<BR><BR>"Oh sorry!" she blushed but Erinhue took the opportunity to back her up.<BR><BR>"See Vana is ready!" Erinhue stated and Vana wanted to die on the spot.<BR><BR>So there they all stood waiting to hear what Erinhues plans were and what he wanted from each of them in seeking this treasure.
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Postby Aerin » Sun May 19, 2002 8:25 am

<i>Aerin glanced at Scribbles, then turned to Tempest, nodding agreement.</i> "Yes, Lady Tempest, she has a point. If it is a worthless map, why do you want it so badly?"
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Postby gladrieltook » Sun May 19, 2002 9:26 am

GT nodded vigerously in agreement. Her weariness had fled with the prospect of adventure.
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