Well, the Newcomer states: "Follow me now, or you will not live beyond this night. Trust me." Therefore, if we don't go with her, we might have to face a great danger. However, if we follow her, it might be a trap. Then again, the Seer states: "I have also foreseen that evil will attempt to STOP you." If taken literally, he is saying that evil will try to stop us from our quest, not help us possibly escape an evil that will inevitably stop our quest permanently by destroying us if we were to stay at the inn. I think the Newcomer is a key character, especially due to the fact that she is in the main picture, and the Seer isn't, who comes across as a bit...shady. Anyways, I hope you guys are picking up what I'm putting down, and I'm not just making a fool of myself. :P Permalink
Well, I had written a nice paragraph, but it was never added, I guess. Anyways, I say we go with the Newcomer. I think it's safer to try and take on one person over whatever it is that is apparently a major threat. And, well, she is in the main pic of this group, which probably signifies that she will be an important character in our quest. And, well, the Seer seems a bit more...shady. I keep thinking 'Wormtongue'. Consider it, guys :P Permalink
Quoting Ru Corder
Castlers! Do you join the wizard and the resistance movement? Or do you stay loyal to the king and the sketchy seer?
I say we join the resistance. There's no way the Wizard and his daughter have formed such an elaborate scheme. If they weren't on our side, they would have convinced us to stay in the inn and perish. The seer is a Wormtongue I say! :) Permalink
Quoting Josh B.
I say we join the resistance. There's no way the Wizard and his daughter have formed such an elaborate scheme. If they weren't on our side, they would have convinced us to stay in the inn and perish. The seer is a Wormtongue I say! :)
I agree. However, I shall be ready to bolt, attack, or do anything to save my beloved Josh. Just kidding. But really, I will always be on my toes and alert. Permalink
Do you go to the tree's? Where there is certainly water? But quite a distance to walk, you are extremely hot and tired, and Bobert seems to be going a tad insane.
Or do you go to the tents which are closer, but you have no idea how friendly the natives are? Or if they even drink water? Maybe they drink human blood? You decide! Permalink
I fear going to the trees could be a trap yet barbarians may live in those tents. In the same way we might find some of my kindred in the trees. Let go to the water but be very wary about it for I sense great danger on either path. Permalink
I feel either way, we're heading towards an ambush. But I say head towards the trees, as there is a better chance of finding water. Also, the tents could be full of enemies or completely abandoned for all we know... Permalink