>You are a villager girl named Ellen from a small village in the nation of Neir, on the continent of Teege. As a member of the local militia/guard, you were trained in swordplay. Your fighting style is best compared to the mercenary class, though you're officially considered a knight of Neir.>You have recently been made a member of the prince's personal guard. In a short time you will travel to another country to investigate an assassination attempt, but that time is not now.>The questmasters are Octoling (myself), and Grandflaw. There's no particular rhyme or reason to who posts when, and sometimes one of us might not appear all.>Character Death is always a possibility (this is Fire Emblem after all), but your actions can very easily influence who lives and who dies.>Voting periods will last an average of fifteen minutes, but this may be increased, decreased, or generally changed at any given moment based on voter turnout.>The previous thread is archived on suptg. A link to it (coupled with summary and a list of current allies) is pasted here: http://pastebin.com/4ira1Ucr>An up-to-date link to all threads currently archived: http://pastebin.com/Q77ts75m
>>41397749Woot best FE quest!, Also i found some pics for Ellen, Do you want me to post em?
"First thing tomorrow morning," Yvette told you last night, "you will meet with me. I will wake you up myself this one time to escort you, simply so I can show you where you're expected to meet me."You recall thinking that was a nice enough gesture, but even before it can be considered "first thing in the morning," a harsh but familiar voice removes you from your slumber.Yvette stands over your bed, arms folded. "I told you I would wake you up. Now, get yourself ready and come with me."How were you sleeping?>A. Fantastically>B. No complaints>C. It was rough. Bad dreams and the like>D. Horribly>E. You had literally just nodded off>F. Write-in>>41397801Your call.
>>41397957>B. No complaints
>>41397957Just to make sure, after reading the logs, did Ellen lose some fingers on her right hand?
>>41398077She lost her right pinky and ring finger. Bitten off by a dying Dracozombie.
>>41398062>>41398077We are left handed and also we can still use a sword or shield in our right and
>>41397957>>41398077>F. Missing fingers ached for a while, but you were able to get to sleep eventually.Phantom pain is no joke.
Yay! I just took a nap and I woke up to find this quest in an updated catalog. Sweet!>B. No complaints
>>41398062>>41398148>>41398227>>41398232The write-in is framed in a way that doesn't contradict >B. Starting the update and such.
When a character dies can we restart the chapter like in the games? :^)
>>41398324Fuck off asshole
>>41398349Oh salty, you let someone die already?
>>41398264You had a bit of trouble with your right ring and pinky fingers, namely that they weren't there and your hand wasn't terribly fond of that. You're a tough customer, though, so you were able to get a serviceable amount of sleep anyway.A few of the other girls in the knights' quarters look annoyed with having been woken up, but also very used to Yvette doing this.Cheryl is already gone, not that you'd really had reason to acknowledge that she was there that night. Morning people.A smaller-framed girl with medium-length brown hair, who looks about your age, shoots you a look of sympathy, only for Yvette to turn around and start barking at her to get up too.After you and this girl are suited up for the training you both assumed you're in for, Yvette leads you both down some hall.>A. Talk to her (preferably specify how to start)>B. That might bother Yvette. Don't do it.
>>41398428>A. Talk to herIntroduce ourselves and ask who she is
>>41398428>>41398457It'd be good to get to know your fellow troops. Building camaraderie is important. Worst that'll happen is you'll have to do some pushups.
>>41398380Our childhood friend... who was our rival... and could had been a potential lover. Gone... 4EVER
>>41398544>>41398428So that means my answer is A. Just in case it was unclear.
>>41398457>>41398634Consider the votes locked in.
>>41398624>he was an only-slightly-powerful braggart with a heart of gold childhood friend/family of choice>his bio in the chapter summaries say he was the least confident>he died early on to someone who isn't even close to being our main enemy after we fucked up
>>41398659Uh... ask her how she's doing. And... uh... ask her on what we're going to do today? I dunno. Someone! Help~!
>>41398709>>he died early on to someone who isn't even close to being our main enemy after we fucked upYou forgot one tidbit as well. He died to someone who was far less confident than he was.
>>41398624Ha ha wow that's pretty sad. :P
>>41398798Shit happens, man.
>>41398659You get a bit closer to the girl, whispering an introduction as you both followed Yvette.She doesn't respond at first, aside from a small noise of acknowledgement."Er... what's your name?"This elicits the curt response of "Zoe. Pegasus knight in training." She doesn't seem terribly interested in talking. Or she's just not interested in mornings. Both are very real possibilities.>A. Keep trying to talk to her (specify topic)>B. Remain silent until you reach your destination.
>>41398824>A. Keep trying to talk to herSo what's your story?
>>41398865Shouldn't we like, give out our own name too? Sounds only proper and such.
>>41398904We did, Reread
>>41398904"whispering an introduction" was supposed to convey a general feeling of "you introduced yourself"
>>41398943>>41398944Okay. Never mind then.
>>41398865It looks like this is the one vote this time around, so unless another vote happens to come in between the time where I write this post and make it... Yeah, locked in and stuff.
>>41399082"So, uh, what's your story?"She looks a bit annoyed at having to keep answering questions, but obliges you anyway with, "family tradition to be knights. That's really about it.">A. Are you related to Cheryl and/or Monica?>B. Some other question/statement (write-in)>C. Stop talking to her
>>41399139>A. Are you related to Cheryl and/or Monica?
>>41399139>>B. Some other question/statement (write-in)So, how are Pegasus' like?
>>41399164>>41399318Votes locked in, etc.
>>41399427"Family, pegasi... Are you related to Cheryl or Monica, then?"Zoe nods. "They're my older sisters. I don't understand how they keep going through this sort of thing."Before you can possibly ask another question, Yvette unlocks a door to a courtyard, decently-sized but smaller than could be able to accommodate a small party such as this one. Training weapons are stored neatly in several labeled boxes.Yvette stands in front of you both, arms folded behind herself, before sternly (but at a more reasonable volume) beginning to instruct you both to do various warm-up exercises.>A. Do it>B. Refuse for some reason>C. Why just you two in particular?
>>41399601>A. Do it>C. Why just you two in particular?
>>41399617Yeah. Why us two? Why did she give us a sympathetic look too.
>>41399706My guess is just that Yvette's a particularly tough mentor, possibly only tasked with training specific knights-to-be (possibly personal guard ones, since there's no way Zoe isn't a party member)?
>>41399617>>41399706Starting the post.>>41399764That sounds about right.
>>41399833You comply, but can't help but ask why only you two in particular are expected to do this."There is a time and a place for asking questions," Yvette says, "and that is after we are done here. You won't be warned again. Do I make myself clear?">A. Yes>B. Yes, sir>C. Yes, ma'am>D. Yes, Lady Yvette>E. Not really>F. Write-in
>>41399881>C. Yes, ma'am
>>41400025nah though still just fuckin with you>D. Yes, Lady Yvette
Rolled 1 (1d2)>>41399908>>41400067
>>41400094This feels like a trap....
>>41400094"Y-yes, ma'am."Yvette doesn't have any negative response, so you assume you did the right thing. You continue your warmups without incident, Zoe not saying a word the whole time. She just looks gloomy.After a serviceable amount of time doing plain warm-up exercises, Yvette opens each of the boxes filled with training weapons, selecting one of each for herself before simply standing between you and the boxes."Both of you, take your weapon of choice.">A. Take a training sword>B. Let Zoe grab something first>C. Go for a lance or axe instead? (specify)>D. Write-in
>>41400217>>A. Take a training swordSo, are we actually becoming a knight or just getting the title as one?
>>41400310It's just a title. Classwise you're a mercenary.
>>41400217>A. Take a training sword
>>41400310Fat knight is fucking ugly knight
>>41400604But Meg was a sweetheart in the game, mang.
>>41400646Her stat growths defintely aren't sweet though.
>>41400682You're right about that unfortunately.
>>41400646She looks ugly as sin, Fat lady's ain't attractive
>>41400561You grab a training sword, Zoe going for a lance. If she's a pegasus knight that makes sense, but you're curious to see how she works on foot.Fate conspires for you to get a very good look, since the very next thing Yvette says is, "first things first, you two will test each other. Avoid seriously injuring one another, and I'll tell you when to stop."Another "yes, ma'am" leaves both of your mouths, before Yvette steps off to the side, watching intently as Zoe spins her lance around idly before holding it upright. She looks displeased. The faux-sword feels lighter than your usual fare in your left hand.A moment of intense silence, before Yvette utters two syllables: "Begin.">A. Take a swing at Zoe>B. Let her attack and try to dodge/counterattack>C. Let her attack and try to deflect her blow
>>41400745>A. Take a swing at ZoeWe are offensive
>>41400717The funny thing about her is, she's fast for a fatty.> Her Strength, Skill, and Defense all grow at a slower pace for an Armor, while her Speed, Luck, and Resistance growths are all quite high to excellent, making Meg's growths overall more akin to that of a typical Pegasus Knight. If one trains Meg, her Speed will frequently be higher than her Strength and Defense until it caps and her other stats catch up because of the low Speed caps of her class. After promoting at least once and capping Speed and then eventually Luck, Meg benefits from gaining levels through Bonus Experience, which helps raise her stats with lower growths such as Strength and Defense more effectively at that point. Of all the potential Marshalls, Meg will usually have the highest Speed and Resistance if raised, having the highest caps for Marshalls in those categories by 1 and 2 points respectively.
>>41400745>B. Let her attack and try to dodge/counterattack
>>41400745>>C. Let her attack and try to deflect her blowWe gotta worry about her lance's reach first before we attack.
>>41400745>A. Take a swing at Zoe
>>41400745According to the weapon triangle, we're at a disadvantage. The fact that she can simply spin around her lance as if it were nothing means that we can't really go for the same old dodge-and-counter they've previously used on bulky axe fighters and such.I believe the best way to fight her would be to quickly close the distance between us (but be ready for kick or anything else used to recreate the desired distance for the lance user.) while deflecting any blow of hers.>C. Let her attack and try to deflect her blow
A-C are currently tied so change my vote >>41400786 to C instead.
Rolled 1 (1d2)>>41400753>>41400799>>41400830>>41400987
>>41401052Never mind, didn't see this.C wins at the last second.Making the update now, anyway.
>>41401081Your opponent clearly knows how to swing her weapon around, and swords hold inherent disadvantages against lances, spears and their ilk. You can't just rush into this as you always do, you realize.You both draw closer to each other, you allowing Zoe to attempt to strike you, swinging your sword in an attempt to deter her and her weapon's courses.She looks surprised as your sword knocks into her own lance, which quickly flies out of her hands."Zoe, that was an underwhelming performance," Yvette says, quickly hiding her surprise under a stern expression, "pick your lance up. Don't think you'll get out of this that easily"Zoe grumbles, doing so.Yvette cocks her head towards you, "Ellen, what would you have done if she had not lost her weapon there? What if she had kept her grip and immediately countered?">A. Write-in>B. I don't know>C. Remain silent
>>41401307>Parried and then Feint a high while going in low?
>>41401307>Had she kept her grip and thrust at me again, she would have just left her side even more wide open for me to take advantage.
>>41401376>>41401388Will start on something combining these in a minute.
>>41401577"Kept her grip... Well, if she'd have just swung it at me, I could've easily parried it again, then made her think I was going for an upper attack and actually went lower. If she tried to thrust at me again, that would've just left her side super open from that close."Yvette neutrally says, "I see you have some basic awareness of how to fight lance-wielding opponents, and you have displayed your aptitude in teamwork fairly well, but Zoe here is still struggling in that regard."Zoe doesn't say anything in response to this, simply looking away in embarrassment as Yvette continues, "so for this next session, I expect you to lead her well. Coordinate yourselves and try to disarm me. Fight like the fate of the prince is at stake until I say you can stop. You won't be able to harm me with these at your levels, so let me see 'all you've got.'"She equips her training sword and says "begin" once more.Zoe looks at you expectantly.>A. Rush her together!>B. Have Zoe stick behind and support while you attack.>C. Support Zoe while she attacks.>D. Both on the defensive>E. Write-in
>>41401817>B. Have Zoe stick behind and support while you attack.
>>41401817>>C. Support Zoe while she attacks.She's got the reach advantage along with the weapon-triangle advantage as well. We'll attack first to get Yvette off balance, and Zoe will attack from a distance. I hope that either one of would get in each other's way.
>>41401817>C. Support Zoe while she attacks
>>41401969> I hope that either one of wouldn't get in each others way.
>>41401992You know what. Fuck this mess of a sentence. Fuck it. I just don't want either one of us to collide to one another when we attack. I get the feeling that we're not suited to work in a team.
>>41401969>>41401983Locked in.>>41402044In all fairness, she is normally on a pegasus.
>>41402077Zoe is content to let you apparently take the lead, trying to cross blades with Yvette yourself and create an opening. She is still a significantly better swordfighter than yourself, and you quickly find yourself being pushed back. You call Zoe's name when she doesn't appear to be taking the potential opening for herself.This alerts both women to your intent. Zoe, finally getting it together, takes a shot at Yvette, but shouting out a glaringly obvious instruction like that also informed her of the impending Zoe. She's able to pull away and swing, knocking Zoe's lance out of her hand once more with a hard enough strike to her hand.>A. Strike now! This could be your one shot!>B. There's no way she wouldn't see that coming. Go on the defensive.>C. Write-in
>>41402226>>A. Strike now! This could be your one shot!Saving the "imaginary" prince is at stake. Gotta go on the offensive.
>>41402226>B. There's no way she wouldn't see that coming. Go on the defensive.
>>41402226>A. Strike now! This could be your one shot!>>41402302Concentrate! Don't you want him to live?
>>41402226>A. Strike now! This could be your one shot!It really is our one shot, our support has been disarmed and Yvette is clearly better with swords than us. Our only hope is to try and aim for a point of her body that she wouldn't be fast enough to protect.
>>41402408 (you)Actually, better idea. Let's do something unexpected.>C. Tackle her!
>>41402443Second, Deletind old vote here>>41402264
Rolled 2 (1d2)>>41402302>>41402334>>41402443>>41402485rerolling/deleting the old roll since the vote switch to account for a different choice altogether happened technically within the time limit/literally seconds after my own postVotes are absolutely locked after this, though.
>>41402443I like grappling! Along with, "Go save the imaginary prince, Zoe!'
>>41402443 (you)As I'm going to bed now I'd like to recommend that if this fails and we still somehow get a second chance I'd like to see us try and use that lance. Only way we can beet an experienced warrior is to make her experience void. Do things that are completely unexpected to throw her off.
>>41402539Nice seems tackling wins!
>>41402539>>41402556You know that now is the time to strike, but are certain an ordinary attack will be parried by the paladin.So you tackle her instead.She looks shocked, to say the least, and while you don't bring her to the ground you manage to get her to do she expected you to do: drop her sword.Adding to the drama of the scene, you shout with mock-anguish, "Zoe... The prince, you have to save the imaginary Garrus!"Surprisingly enough, she actually looks like she's trying not to laugh as she approaches a practice dummy, addressing it with all the formality one would address a prince with.Yvette easily pushes you away before stammering, "points for originality, anyway. Of course, swords are far from all you'll ever find enemies wielding. Up next, I'll be using lances. Try again to work together and disarm me."Zoe seems to be slightly more pumped than before.>A. Attack together!>B. Zoe supports while you try to take her down>C. Vice Versa>D. Write-in
>>41402782>>C. Vice VersaLet's not be predictable here. Besides, it feels like Zoe is getting comfortable with us.
>>41402782>C. Vice Versa
>>41402828>>41402835This one seems to be a clear enough winner to lock the votes now.
>>41402934You wind up closing the distance between yourself and Yvette as quickly as possible. As she quickly pivots to try to knock you away, Zoe comes in from the opposite side... only for Yvette to pull her weapon back with enough force to knock her to the ground, immediately thrusting it back in your direction.>A. Try something! (write-in)>B. Be defeated.
>>41403060>Suicide charge tackle, Make sure we give her a fatal woundSometimes it's the only thing that can be done to save everyone
>>41403060>Catch Zoe and push her back to Yvette and use that moment to attack Yvette from the side or from behind.Sometimes sacrifices are neccessary.
>>41403060>>A. Try something! (write-in)Circle strafe Yvette to get her facing away from Zoe and to us, and attempt a faux-attack to give Zoe enough time to get back up in the fight.
>>41403275Again, you go for a full-force tackle, dodging her strike. and readying your weapon as you close in... And this time, Yvette simply steps back, and you hit the ground.Seconds later, Yvette pokes you unpleasantly hard with the practice lance. "You're dead now," she says before turning around in time to intercept and "impale" Zoe.>A. Be melodramatic>B. Ask how you did>C. Write-in
>>41403395>B. Ask how you did>I probably shouldn't have used it twice in a row huh?
>>41403395>A. Be melodramatic
Rolled 1 (1d2)>>41403467>>41403493
>>41403601"Your highness, it was... an honor protecting you..." You then proceed to make exaggerated dying noises.Yvette isn't amused. Zoe is trying (and failing) to pretend she isn't.Yvette brusquely pulls you and Zoe back onto your feet. "Take this more seriously, both of you. Being willing to die for the person you protect is not a joke.">A. Apologize>B. You know>C. Imply Yvette ought to lighten up>D. Write-in
>>41403720Uh what? you rolled a one which was ask how you did, I call bullshit
>>41403720>>B. You know
>>41403740Well, let's ask her this now. D. How did we perform?
>>41403720>B. You know
>>41403740It's numbers=corresponding letters. A=1, B=2, etc. Skipping numbers if certain letters aren't in the tie, obviously.Sorry for any misunderstanding.
>>41403763That's not the point, He did it out of order and it added unnecessary complications now>>41403787That's kinda a shitty system mate not gonna lie and it'll confuse quite a lot of people
>>41403799I thought it was a pretty sensible system. I'll try to make sure to quote choices alphabetically when there's a tie that necessitates a dice roll in the future.
>>41403745>>41403781Also, uh. Votes locked.
>>41403882"...I know."Yvette lets go of both of you, clearly having something on her mind."You two are dismissed for today. First thing tomorrow morning, meet me here again."You and Zoe leave quickly after that. She looks like she's been reminded of her gloomy self from earlier.>A. Check out the castle town>B. Say something to Zoe (specification required)>C. Head back to Yvette for something>D. Look for another character (specify)
>>41403961>B. Say something to ZoeSo you want to get some secret training in to surprise Yvette tomorrow?
>>41403961>A. Check out the castle townMaybe bring Zoe
>>41403980>>41403984Gonna do something combining these, I think.
>>41404101"So, er, wanna get some more training in? I mean, just because Yvette's dismissed us doesn't mean we can't-"Zoe shakes her head, "no, I'm kind of a bit worn out. We did miss breakfast today.""We did, huh? I dunno when the castle itself serves meals, but maybe in the meantime we could find something in town and-"Zoe turns away, "you can go ahead. I'll just figure something out for myself.">A. Go off on your own>B. Look for someone else in particular (specify)>C. Insist she come with you>D. Write-in
>>41404198>C. Insist she come with you>We're teammates now aren't we?
>>41404198>C. Insist she come with youAlright, I'm gonna go to sleep now, ben fun running with all of you.
>>41404354"C'mon, we're both young knights, and I could've sworn I caught you enjoying my company earlier."Another smile from Zoe, "alright, if you insist." She chuckles a bit when she says that, and while sweet, it sounds a bit alien from her lips, as though she's not one to let herself crack up often.>A. Comment on this (specify general nature of comment)>B. Get things from your quarters>C. Just head out>D. Write-in
>>41404468>>C. Just head outNeed anything from our quarters before we head out? Actually, do we need anything as well?
>>41404468>C. Just head outTime to find a nice tavern!
>>41404489Would anyone think to bring gold to an early-morning training session?>>41404468>B. Get things from your quartersguess what
>>41404513Pretty sure we'd atleast have some coin on us, and our sword is probably always on us, Even in sleep
>>41404513Then I guess we'll go with this to go get some cash.
>>41404546Is that a vote?
Rolled 1 (1d2)>>41404546>>41404513>>41404489>>41404495You know what, assuming yes and treating it as such. Locked in and the like.
>>41404629"Wait. If we're going to be eating while we're out there, I should... Probably actually get my money."You're glad you remembered that, and you and Zoe make a quick trip back to your living quarters to grab some of your things.It's a quick trip, and you and Zoe are quick to find some tavern delightfully free of familiar farmhands.Your wallets' fullnesses are the limits for you and your new friend's choice in food. If her and Cheryl are any indication, their entire family is as voracious as yourself.>A. Ask about the city of Rakche>B. Ask about Zoe's family>C. Ask what Zoe's doing as a knight>D. There's time for conversation after consumption>E. Write-in
>>41404754>C. Ask what Zoe's doing as a knight
>>41404754>>A. Ask about the city of Rakche
>>41404817>>41404868Votes are in and whatnot.
>>41404936So ask both? They aren't exclusive yeah?
>>41404946In this case, not exclusive.
>>41404946We should start writing shit in.
>>41404976Eh i can try but i'm mostly brain dead right now since i took a full 24 hour shift
>>41404936(sorry if this is too short I wound up accidentally closing my tab and losing a much more detailed post)Zoe doesn't have much to say about the city itself. It's nice enough.When asked about what she'll be doing as a knight, she tells you, "I was going to be serving Princess Salia with my oldest sister. At least that way my pegasus will be able to enjoy Tarvos Valley after all this desert business the princess is probably going to get brought along for.">A. Talk about the princess>B. Talk about the nation of Heim>C. Talk about Tarvos Valley>D. Write-in
>>41405197>A. Talk about the princess>Talk about Prince GarrusOnly fair to trade right?
>>41405197>A. Talk about the princess>B. Talk about the nation of Heim
>>41405197>>D. Ask what she thinks of her sisters, and her role as a knight, rather pointedly.
>>41405235But we only met the prince for a while. It wouldn't be fair at all.
>>41405290I like this.
>>41405235>>41405244>>41405290I should be able to work with most of this. Here's hoping I don't shoot myself in the foot again.
>>41405290Eh changing vote here >>41405235 to this
>>41405371You start by asking a bit about Heim, especially since you're going to be there soon. "Sorry if this is easy stuff," you add jokingly, "total hick and all.""Well, it's... mostly desert, with a few big oases that were apparently the basis of the towns... I think. Anyway, it's the perfect sort of place for magic-users, and that's probably why there's a Mage General. For some reason magical ability just sort of lets a person travel faster in sand."Next, you ask about the royal figure she's going to be working with. "You know much about the princess?" you ask."Monica doesn't say the nicest things about her, but... She doesn't really say nice things about most people. I'm sure she's alright."All this talk makes one thing clear to you: she might have a lot to get off her chest. You decide to take the chance at being the one unloaded upon by asking what she thinks about her family, about being a knight."I've... already told you why I'm a knight, haven't I? It was because it's a tradition."You shake your head, "you're avoiding my point, Zoe."Your table goes silent, both of you lost in your thoughts among the busy crowd of the tavern.Finally, she speaks, "Monica wasn't always so cold. It's a wonder to me that Cheryl is still so upbeat, and sometimes when I think of both of my older sisters possibly losing so much while serving... It's upsetting.">A. Then why follow tradition?>B. Just thank her for saying this.>C. Write-in dialogue
>>41405566>A. Then why follow tradition?
>>41405566>A. Then why follow tradition?>You could probably get them to be like their old selves, Even if just a little bit if you actually have a heart to heart talk with them, You are sisters after all and there is no stronger bond then by blood
>>41405647>there is no stronger bond then by blood
>>41405604>>41405647votes locked and whatnot
>>41405746Fuck didn't mean to put by in there
>>41405782(again with the accidentally shitting on my own tabs)"Then why keep up tradition, if you really have that much disdain for being a knight?" You ask, curiously."I..." Zoe looks like she's having trouble saying what's on her mind, but finally speaks up after awhile, "I don't want to disappoint my sisters. I mean, ever since the war with Dain, Monica has done so much for us all, and Cheryl is just happy to be around people even in dark times, and... I just... I don't even know why I'm telling you this. We met this morning..!">A. You two have had a bit to drink>B. It's okay to let it all out>C. Thank her for sharing this information. It's clearly hard to talk about>D. Write-in
>>41406008>B. It's okay to let it all out
>>41406008>B. It's okay to let it all outellen presumably continues to never touch alcohol even in a goddamn tavern
>>41406008I am not prying you to judge. But I felt like something was bothering you throughout our training. Well, how do you feel now since you opened up that bottled feelings?
>>41406146Yep i believe she is Abstinence
>>41406072>>41406114>>41406146>>41406155Aand votes are in.
Thread end soon? It's gettin pretty damn late
>>41406217"It seemed like something was bothering you when we were training, so I was concerned. Does it... feel better to have let some of that out?"Zoe nods, "thanks for just... listening."You end up spending the rest of the day together, and next morning Yvette notes the extreme improvement in her two current proteges. She still wipes the floor with you both when it comes to sparring, but the improvement is there.You still haven't heard back about when the king's gonna send you all to the Heim, but you know you'll find out when it's time.>To be continued next threadThanks for playing as always, guys. Follow on twitter @qmgrandflocto for update information.I'll be sticking around to answer questions for awhile if anyone wants.