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Seiankornai has connected.
Host has connected.
Malaina has connected.
Jessaila has connected.
When last we saw our heroes…together at least…the less academically inclined were flying away, quickly, before the more academically inclined could put them to work. Vari-2 was thrown to the metaphorical wolves, so as to have a drake to oversee Isabis and Jessaila
While the others are spending three days traveling, learning all of Vari’s family secrets, and traveling back, Isabis and Jessaila are attempting a complex task with Vari-s’2 reluctant assistance
Dragonhawk: Isabis, Jess, and Vari need to attempt all of the following rolls. Every success means more progress towards your goal completed before the others get back

Seiankornai: ((and we shall finally see how well behaved a Vari can be outside of the supervision of Mala))

  • Jessaila reads, catalogs, researches, and learns.
  • Vari 1 does not want to be here and it shows on his face
    Dragonhawk: A) Each person rolls 1d100. Isabis and Jessaila have a threat range of 1-2/98-100, and Vari has 1/100
    B) You must complete a combined 15s worth of daily down-time style crafting checks
    C) At least one of you must succeed on a DC 20 knowledge check, allowing +1 bonuses for Matha, Janno, and/or drake history or culture interest, Vidoss language, or the riddles interest (combined bonus not to exceed +3)
    D) Win a haggle or impress check against Jillintkivan. May attempt 3 times; assisting permitted.
    D) Win a dc 25 investigate:research check, assisance permitted

Jessaila: « 1d100 = 38 »

Dragonhawk: If we succeed on B-E (er…second-D) then we are done with the bulk work before the others get back. A is special.

Isabis: « 1d100 = 44 »

Vari 1: ((So I just roll a d100?))

Seiankornai: ((seems so))

Thurirl has connected.
Isabis: ((for part A))

Vari 1: « 1d100 = 76 »

Jessaila: « 1d20+2 = 12 + 2 = 14 » Crafting

Isabis: ((OK, none of us accidentally puts a hand down on exactly what we’re there to look for))

  • Isabis builds bookshelves and scroll cradles… crafting « 1d20+13 = 12 + 13 = 25 »
    Jessaila: (Can I AD that, and if I can, is it worthwhile?)

Seiankornai: ((ahhh, that’s why for the crafting))

Vari 1: ((Vari is a drake, so no rolling for that))

Seiankornai: ((technically drakes can craft too if they have the proper kit with the Beast upgrade))

Vari 1: ((He doesn’t have the skill))

Seiankornai: ((and Vari cna always roll to assit; hold up heavy boards and hte like))

Isabis: ((Jess: yes, you can; and yes, it’s worthwhile – if you get above 16 then we succeed without making Vari roll))

Jessaila: « 1d4 = 1 » AD

Jessaila: ((Bah.))

Seiankornai: ((he can still get up to a 15 in the result, which should be good enough))

Vari 1: ((Fine, I’ll roll to assist))

Vari 1: « 1d20+2+2 = 2 + 2 + 2 = 6 » Craft Assist

Vari 1: ((Nevermind))

Isabis: ((nuts))

Seiankornai: ((that’s a lot of 2s))

Seiankornai: ((oh well, at least it’s not an error))

Jessaila: ((Okay, so… continue rolling, or what?))

Isabis: knowledge « 1d20+16 = 1 + 16 = 17 »

Seiankornai: ((oh dear))

Isabis: ((it’s not a progress task: how much we get combined determines how far along we are))

  • Isabis gets frustrated with the bookshelves and forgets something that would have been useful…maybe Jess remembers it?
    Jessaila: « 1d20+2 = 11 + 2 = 13 » Pitiful crafting

Isabis: ((oh, I see what you mean – I was just going to multiply the craft checks by three, but you can roll the days separately if you want))

Jessaila: (( ? ))

Jessaila: ((I don’t know what I’m being asked to do.))

Thurirl is disconnected.
Isabis: ((we’re trying to do a total of 15s worth of work. Isabis works at a given level for 3 days, 3s per day, 9s. Jess works at a given level, makes 1s per day, total is up to 12. Vari helps, but not enough to bump her up a category, so still 12. But, if you make 1 the first day, 1 the second day, and 3 the third day, then it was really 13…Isabis could theoretically make more or less the other two days also.))

Isabis: There are other tasks. Basically, we need to make organizational structures (crafting) recognize stuff when we see it (knowledge) find the original catalogs in the mess (research) and keep Jillintkivan from interruptign us every 5 minutes (impress/haggle)

Thurirl has connected.
Jessaila: « 1d20+2 = 5 + 2 = 7 » Here’s another pitiful crafting try

Thurirl: ((back))

Isabis: The d100 roll was for the chance that in the process, we just /happened/ to pick up a scroll and go “Hey, this is the fragment, we found it!” …no such luck, doing it the hard way

  • Isabis crafts two more days, at 11d20+13] and « 1d20+13 = 12 + 13 = 25 »
    Isabis: « 1d20+13 = 7 + 13 = 20 »

Vari 1: « 1d20+2+2 = 10 + 2 + 2 = 14 » Tries to help?

Isabis: (not that day – he needs a 15)

  • Isabis action dies the 2nd day to bring her total contribution up to 12s
  • Jessaila is just apparently useless at everything.
    Vari 1: ((Well, that probably won’t happen))

Isabis: ((OK, so work on the other parts – someone has to make a DC 20 knowledge roll. Isabis has failed it, but Vari and Jess can still try. Additional bonuses are listed above))

Vari 1: ((Knowledge for what? I probably don’t have a score, Mala is the one with the knowledge score, not Vari))

Isabis: ((we have succeeded the crafting part anyway.))

Jessaila: « 1d20+8 = 8 + 8 = 16 » Knowledge

Seiankornai: ((every character has a knowledge score))

Seiankornai: ((even if it’s just the Int bonus))

  • Jessaila gives up.
    Vari 1: « 1d20 = 13 »

Jessaila: ((Oh, I think that should actually be +10 on my part.))

Isabis: ((Knowledge checks use the int bonus, plus interests if you have them, plus special bonuses (and Vari can have one for speaking Vidoss at least)

Jessaila: ((Shall AD it. « 1d4 = 1 » AD.))

Seiankornai: ((you can use AD to boost knowledge checks, too))

Vari 1: ((Then it’s a 14))

Jessaila: ((You know, every time I roll an AD in recent memory, I get a 1.))

Thurirl: ((blow on the dice?))

Seiankornai: ((why are you rolling d4s?))

Seiankornai: ((we’re at d6s))

Isabis: ((…good point. We upgraded to d6 a level or two ago. You have to roll again ))

Seiankornai: ((reroll that… both of them, they were both d4s :P ))

Jessaila: « 1d6 = 1 » and « 1d6 = 6 » then.

Seiankornai: ((ah, the latter explodes))

Isabis: ((OK, the crafting one is still blah, but the knowledge one explodes))

Jessaila: ((Roll again, then?))

Seiankornai: ((yep))

Jessaila: « 1d6 = 2 » Roll again

Seiankornai: ((so a bonus of 8 total, on top of the 18 you got, so 26, decent knowledge roll))

  • Jessaila knows stuff, and stuff.
    Isabis: OK, Jess manages the knowledge for us. We have three tries to get Jillintkivan to leave us along. Vari has a +3 for being a drake on this roll, since Jillint is SO RELIEVED not to be left alone with the humanoids. One person tries per day, but the others may roll to assist.
  • Isabis can offer a +4 haggle or +9 impress roll, but I think Jess is better to lead this one?
    Seiankornai: ((Mala has the best Impress check, iirc))

Vari 1: ((Yea, but guess where Mala is))

Isabis: ((she’s in the ghost-town with you ))

Seiankornai: ((…riiiight))

Jessaila: ((Jess is tanked on haggle and impress.))

Vari 1: ((That does me no good))

Jessaila: ((+2 and +3 respectively.))

Isabis: (…“impressing” goblins ))

Seiankornai: ((giving htem a good impression of her sword))

Isabis: ((heh, what are Vari’s signature skills? ))

Vari 1: ((Intimidate and Survival))

Seiankornai: ((one they can never ever forget… or remember))

Isabis: ((LOL goblins: "Oh what fine steel! x_x ))

Seiankornai: ((so Isabis’ impress with an assist from Vari?))

Seiankornai: ((well, and Jess, too, many can assist))

  • Isabis attempts to impress upon Jillintkivan that they are treating the scrolls carefully and he should /leave them to it/ please thank you « 1d20+9 = 15 + 9 = 24 »
    Isabis: ((ooh, if either Jess or Vari makes the assist roll we win on the first try!))

Vari 1: « 1d20+2+3 = 7 + 2 + 3 = 12 »

Jessaila: « 1d20+2 = 9 + 2 = 11 » Impress or « 1d20+3 = 9 + 3 = 12 » Haggle

Seiankornai: ((now I’m certain the dicebot is just toying with us :P ))

Vari 1: ((I usually roll low whenever I am on the Vari token))

Isabis: (it is, er, impressive, just how close-but-not-close enough we keep getting))

Jessaila: ((Yes.))

  • Isabis tries again the next day « 1d20+9 = 1 + 9 = 10 » vs Jillintkivan’s « 1d20+16 = 16 + 16 = 32 »
    Seiankornai: ((wait, he didn’t roll for your first check))

Isabis: ((…er, I may have read the DC for the other check instead of Jillint’s vs. the fist day… >.))

Jillintkivan: « 1d20+16 = 7 + 16 = 23 » day 1

Seiankornai: ((HA!))

  • Jillintkivan still wing-whaps isabis for her impretincenc the second day
    Isabis: “I’m sorry, I’m sorry…” (muttering) “Just so you stay out of the work area…”

Isabis: last piece is the research check. THAT’s the part that’s a striaght DC 25

Isabis: (investigate)

  • Isabis checks out scrolls as she puts them on the new shelves…« 1d20+13 = 4 + 13 = 17 »
    Isabis: ((that’s good enough for an assist…))

Jessaila: « 1d20+9 = 5 + 9 = 14 » Investigate

Isabis: …OK

The others arrive back at Jillintkivan’s lair to find the following conditions:

  • Vari 1 lounges outside for a while cause he is tired of being stuck in that cave
    Jillintkivan is basically hiding in his kitchen. Vari-2 hides with him whenver he can get away with it.
  • Seiankornai glides down to land near the cave
    Seiankornai: “ah, helloe Vari, how are things going here. The other haven’t been eaten I trust.”

Isabis and Jessaila have shelved the entire library, which is especially impressive because there weren’t shelves there to put stuff on before.

  • Vari 1 gives Seian a grumpy look and then turns away, not wanting to deal with him
    Malaina: “I know that look, it means things didn’t go quite so well.”

Jessaila remembered a very old historic library cataloguing scheme (her gaunt captors told her it was an elven distinctive – too bad she can’t ask them how a drake came to be using it)
This allowed the pair to put things in logical order not too different from how the larger source library seems to have been originally arranged

  • Thurirl looks around, impressed at the organization they managed.
    However, they did not find either the original catalog(s) nor the scroll you want most.
  • Jessaila is pretty pleased, despite the amount of work it involved.
    A major search is still in order."
    Seiankornai: “Well, he might want to cheer up after we tell him what we’ve learned, right (other) Vari?”
  • Vari shrugs
    Isabis: “…so you see, he might have filed in in the cultures section, or the religion section, or it might be in the loose special cases still…it’s hard to say…”

Jillintkivan: “I can’t decide if I’m delighted or just terrified.”

Jessaila: “I already started looking in the religion section.”

  • Vari finds a nice, open space to sun himself next to his twin, leaving the others to deliver the news
  • Jillintkivan shakes his head at all the new shelves.
    Jillintkivan: “They’re so close together…”

Isabis: “You fit.”

Jessaila: “We measured!”

Jessaila: “They’re exactly one-and-a-quarter drakes wide.”

  • Seiankornai goes in to find Isabis, Jess, and Jillint in their discussion, “Hello all, we’re back.”
    Jillintkivan: “I know, I know…you said before, it’s just…three days! It looks like a different place.”

Thurirl: “An impressive feat. It will make searching far easier than before.”

  • Malaina stays with the twin blue drakes, getting the news from the second Vari about everything that has happened while she was away
    Jillintkivan: “Seiankornai! Thank the dragons! Make them stop /moving/ things before it’s impossible to find ANYTHING!”

Isabis: (taking offense a little) “We’re /organizing/ things, it’ll be /easier/ to find it all!”

Seiankornai: “I thought the point of miving things was to make them easier to find. They’re all organized now by the looks of things.”

Isabis: “…almost.”

Jillintkivan: “They haven’t found the index, how organized can it be?”

  • Jessaila holds up a scroll. “We made a new one!”
  • Seiankornai looks around and picks a scroll of the shell ((« 1d100 = 7 »))
    Jillintkivan: ((Thurirl can roll the d100 if he wants also))

Seiankornai: “Hmm, close, seems to be an early account of the history of when humanity arrived here.”

  • Thurirl peeks at a random scroll. ((« 1d100 = 71 »))
    Isabis: “We’ve got 90 percent of the material cataloged, and all of it is sorted with it’s original groups in the category they belong to.”

Seiankornai: “That’s an impressive amount of work done you two.”

Jessaila: “Thank you.”

  • Jessaila beams happily.
  • Thurirl thinks he found a scroll on Drake cooking…
    Isabis: “Thanks…We’ve been going by titles though, sometimes on cases for the scrolls. The catalog and the fragment seem to be, I don’t know, mislabeled or imporoperly grouped or…something.”
  • Isabis still seems a little stressed. It might be the late-night shelf building, or maybe that bruise on her head where Villing smacked her
    Isabis: ((Villint. Villintkivan even))

Isabis: ((….Jillintkivan. What is the matter with me tonight?!?))

  • Malaina makes her way in
    Thurirl: ((I thought I was the one lacking sleep. =P))

Isabis: ((ugh. I haven’t been sleeping incredibly well the last couple days – I went and irritated and allergy.))

Thurirl: ((sorry to hear that =\))

Isabis: ((minor. Also, my own stupid fault 9_9 ))

Jessaila: “I will make the suggestion – once we finish looking through the religion scrolls, the loose special cases might be the best place to look.”

Isabis: ((anyway. Have patience, I’m trying to make sense…I’ll probably manage it on the second try at least ))

Isabis: “Yeah… OK. I’m going to finish my own survey of the cultures stuff, there’s a lot of material about the human arrival there, including some stuff that /I/ for one would have put in the religion and magic sections. Maybe the others can start on the specials, and then we can join them.”

Isabis: ((Mala, want to make the wild-luck roll? 1d100))

Malaina: ((Sure I guess))

Malaina: « 1d100 = 54 »

  • Jessaila continues working her way through the religion section.
  • Jessaila searches. « 1d20+11 = 9 + 11 = 20 » (Search)
    Isabis: ((Jessaila, roll me a second search check for your second objective ))

Malaina: ((Can I roll to help?))

Isabis: ((sure))

Malaina: « 1d20+11 = 9 + 11 = 20 » Search

  • Seiankornai helps them as well « 1d20+9 = 9 + 9 = 18 »
    Malaina: ((Geez, the dice does not like us at all tonight))

Isabis: ((those are succeeding help rolls, though))

Seiankornai: ((yeah, need a 15))

Seiankornai: ((each gives Jess an extra +2 to her roll))

The old librarian’s hide check: « 1d20+16 = 9 + 16 = 25 »

  • Isabis helps too of course, searching « 1d20+14 = 7 + 14 = 21 »
    Isabis: ((let’s see, we’re helping Jess, right?))

Seiankornai: ((right))

  • Jessaila searches. « 1d20+11 = 5 + 11 = 16 » (Search)
  • Jessaila searches for her secondary objective.
    with the assistance of the others, Jessaila narrows down her search of the religion section, until suddenly she find something…not quite right. Books, codex books, should NOT rattle like that.
  • Jessaila opens the codex book.
    The young librarian’s hide check (books on the Unnamed God) « 1d20+15-4 = 16 + 15 – 4 = 27 »
  • Isabis also pursues Jess’s secondary search « 1d20+14 = 11 + 14 = 25 »
    Isabis: ((you want to assist me on that one? ))

Malaina: ((Can I?))

Jessaila has found a scroll in a book-shaped “scroll case”
Jessaila: “Hum!”

Isabis: ((go ahead, Mala. Secondary search is for Unnamed God stuff ))

  • Jessaila care-ful-ly works the scroll open to see if…
    Jessaila’s scroll is (drumroll please…)
    Malaina: « 1d20+11 = 17 + 11 = 28 » Search (Assist)

Thurirl: ((drumrolls))

Yes, Jessaila has the last fragment of Snowblade’s scroll! The librarian /hid/ the thing, inside a “book” labeled “Religions of the Moon – Interplanar Worship or Human Fabrication?”
Malaina: ((Yay!!))

Jessaila: “HAHAAA!”

  • Malaina looks over
    Jessaila: “I FOUND IT HERE IT IS!”

Malaina: "Woo, good job Jess!!))

Seiankornai: “Yay! Jessaila found it!!”

You whisper to Malaina: Assist nothing, you actually find a scroll in your own right, with a reference to the Moon’s Master.
Seiankornai: “Now time for copying!”

  • Isabis tucks a book under her shoulder for later…
    Seiankornai: “Thank you for letting us search for it, Jillintkivan.”
  • Malaina looks at the scroll she found, tilting her head
    Thurirl: “Excellent! Our quest is one step closer to completion.”

Malaina: ((Why doesn’t Seian tell Jillian what they found out about Vari))

Isabis with Jessaila’s help also found a book with a reference to the drakes’ masters – it’s the one Jillintkivan remembered, that says they will defeat death
Seiankornai: ((because they indicated they don’t want Jillintkivan to know right now, because it might attract goblins to them))

Seiankornai: ((Seian doesn’t think it would, but it’s not his secret to tell))

Malaina: ((Ahhh, right, if we can get rid of the threat, then Jillian can know about his brother and nephews))

Seiankornai: ((and drake priests just don’t go telling secrets that aren’t theirs to tell))

  • Malaina shows Isabis the scroll she found
    Isabis: “Ooh… good catch. I think I found the book Jillint was telling us about earlier too -see, here’s the bit about defeating death he was quoting…”
  • Isabis shows Malaina the book she kept
  • Malaina gives her the scroll so she can look at the book
  • Seiankornai hovers over Isabis and Mala, also interested in what they found if it’s about this Unknown God
  • Isabis promptly copies Malaina’s chosen scroll, right after the fragment itself, and right before getting the book back and applying the rapid-copy spell to it, also
  • Malaina rubs the back of her neck, debating telling Jillian what they found out, but not sure how he would handle it
    Isabis: “I love this spell SO MUCH.”

Jillintkivan: “Wow. That’s fast. It’s not going to damage the originals or anythign is it?”

Isabis: “Not a bit, I promise.”

Jillintkivan: “…you know, for goblin-bringers and scholars, you haven’t been so bad. I mean…well, mostly not so bad. You moved a lot of stuff.”

  • Malaina looks to Seian
    Seiankornai: “Oh speaking of, we destroyed the few remaining goblins in Cloud River Delta.”

Jillintkivan: “You- you what?!? I couldn’t even /find/ the remaining goblins in Delta! How’d you do that?!?!?”

  • Malaina nods, fidgeting a little
    Seiankornai: “They had a letter from the rest of the goblin tribe they were with stating that they think the place is cursed.”

Jessaila: “They’re good at that.”

Seiankornai: “They had hidden themselves in one of the lairs.”

Seiankornai: ((GM shall brb))

Jillintkivan: (back, sorry about that))

Jillintkivan: “In one of the lairs? But I searched… huh. The ‘curse’ is no surprise anyway, that’s something I did.”

  • Seiankornai describes the location of and in the lair that the goblins were hiding
    Jillintkivan: “Are you – are you /sure/ you got the last of them?”

Seiankornai: “The last that were there, yes. Not the last of their tribe, no.”

Jillintkivan: “I just…I can’t believe it. Behind the walls of the Auneljillinths place…”

Jillintkivan: “Well, getting rid of the House Stubborn is a good start though.”

Seiankornai: ((have we heard the name “Auneljillinths” before?))

Jillintkivan: ((no, he’s naming the former residents of the lair. Auneljillinth will have been “daddy” in that picture.))

Seiankornai: ((yeah, figured it was the former residents, just didn’t recall if we had heard the name before))

Jillintkivan: ((“me” didn’t put his father’s name in the picture, no.))

Jillintkivan: ((Jilling is making an educated guess based on your description of the house))

Jillintkivan: ((JIllint))

Jillintkivan: “The rest of them are harder to get at, but at least I know where they are.”

  • Malaina slowly approachs Jillint, rubbing at her hands a bit
  • Jillintkivan doesn’t notice Malaina at first, as he is staring off into space with a calculating sort of expression, presumably contemplating the location of the remainder of the goblin clan and how much harder they might be to kill, overall
    Malaina: “Ummm, excuse me, I have something to tell you. You have a right to know.”

Jillintkivan: “Umm?”

  • Jillintkivan blinks and focuses on Malaina
    Malaina: “I can’t say how we found out, it’s would be too dangerous if the goblins that attacked you’re home got a hold of it. But we did find out that you still have family….and my drake, Vraiuvant, there is a very good chance he is related to you, possibly a nephew.”

Jillintkivan: “I – you – what – what??”

  • Jillintkivan splutters, speechless but still trying
  • Malaina nods, “I’m not lying, I have no reason to lie to you.”
    Jillintkivan: “Nephew???”
  • Seiankornai cocks an eye at Mala, feeling that the knowledge a was bit too much for comfort for his integrity to the other drakes and promising not to tell, but he doesn’t say anything.
    Jillintkivan: “But but but HOW? My brothers didn’t even have any egglings!”

You whisper to Malaina: It was cousin actually

  • Thurirl tries not to look like a convenient target, in case Jillint goes hostile.
    Malaina: “Well, one of your cousins actually, sorry.”

Malaina: “I think…he and his mate were looking for you when they got attacked and lost their egg…which ended up in my village and the goblins that got them, attacked my home, looking for the hatchling.”

Seiankornai: ((what was their name?))

Jillintkivan: “…”

Malaina: ((I started with an S))

Jillintkivan: ((…Sogth something…)

Malaina: ((Yes))

Seiankornai: ((Sgothjinthi ))

Jillintkivan: ((yes, that.))

Seiankornai: “…Sgothjinthi’s to be precise.”

  • Malaina nods
    Jillintkivan: "…Sgoth? He survived the…oh. OH. He was in the /capitol/ of course he – "
  • Jillintkivan looks rather seriously shocked
    Jillintkivan: “Why didn’t I ever think of that?”
  • Malaina can understand why that fact may have been overlooked
  • Jillintkivan sits down rather abruptly
    Seiankornai: “Perhaps you should show him the note you found with Vari, he might be able to confirm the claw writing.”

Malaina: “Oh right!”

  • Malaina digs the note out of her bag, the paper looking a bit frayed from time, but she kept it tucked away for years, so she carefully hands it over
    Jillintkivan: “Of course, of course, or course…and Zechthran was flying the southern route…someone might have been on the island…why didn’t I ever THiNK of this? Why didn’t any of THEM think of this?? …and where IS Vraiuvant, anyway?”

Seiankornai: “Outside sunning….”

Malaina: “Yes, he said something about being cooped up for a while and needing some sun on his scales, he isn’t far”

Jillintkivan: “Vraiuvant son of Sgothjinthi… I have a, a cousin again. Once removed. I have a living clansman!”

  • Jillintkivan sort of wanders away from you all, still looking shocky
    Seiankornai: ((“clansman” not “clansdrake”? :P ))

Malaina: “Should I go ahead and warn Vari?”

Jillintkivan: ((loses something in translation ))

Malaina is too late; Jillint “wanders” straight to the sunning area, shouts, “Vraiuvant son of Sgothjinthi! Clansman!” and basically pounces Vari
Jessaila is disconnected.

  • Vari looks up when his full name is called, wondering if he is in trouble, the rest of the words are just confusion. But he lets out a roar like yelp when he is pounced and tries to escape
  • Seiankornai chuckles as he walks out
    Seiankornai: “I think Vari knows now, Mala.”
  • Jillintkivan hugs Vari. Jillintkivan turns out to have a good grapple score
    Malaina: “Heh, looks like it.”

Jillintkivan: “I can’t believe I have /living family/ !”

  • Vari whines cause his twin is now hiding behind Mala, and claws at the ground, very confused
    Jillintkivan: “I can’t believe I didn’t notice how much you look like Sgoth!”

Vari: “Who’s Sgoth?! Get off me!!”

Seiankornai: “Your father, so it would seem.”

  • Jillintkivan might “have something in his eye”
  • Jillintkivan does snap out of it a little at Vari’s question and let go, though.
  • Vari sits up, shaking his wings out and sitting down, looking highly confused
    Jillintkivan: “My cousin! I didn’t even know he ever HAD an eggling!”
  • Vari blinks up at the older drake, “Cousin?”
  • Jillintkivan is starting to wonder what Vari is missing here…
    Jillintkivan: “Sgothjinthi was my first cousin on my mother’s side, so you’re my first cousin once removed.”

Seiankornai: “Perhaps you should explain it, Mala.”

Thurirl is disconnected.
Seiankornai: ((and perhaps we should come to a close now))

Jillintkivan: ((I’m OK with that if Mooch is. Malaina can do some explaining off-screen maybe?))

Vari: ((Sure thing))

Vari: ((I need to go get the kitchen cleaned, so I am gonna close out of maptools. Tonight was good!))

Malaina is disconnected.
Jillintkivan: OK

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