By Rosemary Jones
A whiff of brimstone, a giggling ghost, and speak of a crown . . . partially 2 of this four-part Neverwinter novella, Rucas Sarfael unearths himself invited to a gathering of insurgent leaders and entangled greater than he would favor within the plans of the gorgeous and hazardous Elyne. while these plans result in a mad seer, Rucas reveals a clue to the treasure he seeks—and a couple of route to doom.
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Asked Ryana. "Murder; desertion or direct disobedience to orders in the field or under conditions of combat; sabotage or espionage for a competing merchant house; and striking a superior officer in the field or under conditions of combat. Under other circumstances, the normal penalty is fifty lashes. However, it is possible to die from that, as well. Those are the rules of the House of Jhamri. " said Sorak. "Which means I consider fifty lashes for striking a superior officer an excessive penalty," said Kieran.
With such terms, it is amazing they have any vacancies at all," said Sorak sincerely. Kieran indicated a large group of men milling around near the entrance to the camp. "As you see, there is never any shortage of applicants. However, the work can be hazardous, as I am sure you know, and while the terms are generous, the conditions are equally strict. " Sorak frowned. " "Violating that condition of your employment results in a bounty placed upon your head," said Kieran. "A bounty lucrative enough to ensure that you will be looking over your shoulder for the remainder of your days, as there is no time limit to the bounty.
It was the way of survival in the desert. The rest all lived in towns and cities now, and each year, more and more interbred with humans. Cricket was a lovely girl, but half-elves weren't really elves. Full-blooded elves looked down on them, even in the cities, where they had fallen from the old ways and were merely shadows of their ancestors. Most elves had no use for a king. Not anymore. Still, there were many who believed the myth. Or wanted to believe it. It gave them hope. And now that this Nomad had appeared....