Your mood perks up, as if you had just drank a shot of liquid happiness. Your minor injuries regnerate, and you see Make Believe giggling silently as the same happens for him. Even Sparkler cannot help but smirk as her potion heals her.
Finding no more of the guard on the top deck, you head down to the second level of the ship, where you find the rest of the guard in a common area. Four are smoking, drinking, gambling and just having a good time, while the other four are in various states of semi-consciousness, falling asleep and drunkenly snoring on hammocks and barrels, with half-open bottles of rum beside them.
Make Believe and Sparkler leap into the fray, leaving their targets no time to react. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3oYWHgZbao
Make Believe puts a soldier sticker on Guard C [1d10+2]
Sparkler reaches for Guard D's throat [1d10+2]
A knife flies out from the shadow underneath your hat's brim at Guard E [1d10+2]
Guard F falls over in terror, and flings his plate, full of food and silverware, at you. [1d10]>>706196
The owl inspects the bow. "These inscriptions are mockeries of the Occultic Script.
"You see, witches, sorcerers and warlocks are not welcome in every corner of the world. In places where they are hunted by priests and holy warriors, these spellcasters will mark certain areas. Some denote places where spellcasters can breathe easily, while others signal that, if they openly practice their magic there, they will be turned over to the authorities and killed. The runes on this weapon signify the latter; therefore, it must have belonged to a witch-hunter, and likely has enchantments for killing spellcasters."
The owl starts to fade. "I have given my hoot, and will take my leave. 'Til next time, master.">>706197>>706195
Droplet nods and points to the first disguise he gave Cloud. "That one will make you look like a generic employee, just barely above starving on your minimum wage paycheck, despondent and desperate to quit your job, but unable to do so for fear of not being able to make rent or clothe yourself."
He pauses after his elaborate description. "…I put a lot of thought into these."Roll #1 4 + 2 = 6
/ Roll #2 5 + 2 = 7
/ Roll #3 6 + 2 = 8
/ Roll #4 10 = 10