The Supreme Steward doesn't move to acknowledge your presence, but the other deer around him give a short bow and thank you for your service.
As you retreat from the 'throne' – well, there's no seat at all, but you get the distinct feeling of a throne from the place he's standing – the first deer you spoke to returns to speak once again, and the Supreme Steward begins to sip from the bucket.
"Did you have a vision?">>422571>>422574
Terrebonne is the only officer with a reliably open door. You knock anyway, but she's just in the back working at a table.
Fortunately, both you and your retinue are dressed well. Skylight's temple robes are quite formal, Rosemary is still in a pressed uniform, and Onik is wearing a nice cotton button-up shirt with a light jacket. You have no trouble getting past the bouncer. You do wonder if it would have been as easy with Weeping Sitar, Mocking Wark, or Stein.
The jenny heads to the back and joins a table with a griffon – another freed prisoner – and Thirsty Umlock and Lieutenant Sunnyskies.>>422573
"Mostly needless legal jargon to press it into signing quickly without thought. It probably wouldn't have worked if the consequences of signing were more severe, like banishment. Cease and desist orders are relatively common in Haagenti's Tartarian bureaucracy. This is more of a trade trick than something you'd find in a necromantic tome. Call it practice and experience.">>422575
She ducks under the waves. '1d10'>>422576
You creep along the corner until you finally see a figure hunched over an anvil, slamming it with a hammer repeatedly.>>422580
"Singles on singles, doubles on doubles, triples on triples. Quads auto-clear. Twos auto-clear. Aces high. First game, three of spades start, King from there on out. Must play higher than previous card. Easy enough?"Roll #1 6 = 6