The Road North.   Posted by Death.Group: 0
Death
 GM, 203 posts
Fri 2 Jun 2017
at 02:55
The Road North
The rain continued as you headed north, but the road here was paved so it was less of a mess than it otherwise would be.
Doktor Hedda Toteile
 player, 201 posts
Fri 2 Jun 2017
at 03:40
The Road North
That was nice-- Hedda whistled a cheery tune she'd heard in a tavern somewhere as she went, although she still kept an eye out for trouble.
Death
 GM, 204 posts
Sat 3 Jun 2017
at 03:10
The Road North
The road was quiet except for the sound of the rain and your whistling.
Doktor Hedda Toteile
 player, 202 posts
Sat 3 Jun 2017
at 19:47
The Road North
Hedda continued, her thoughts wandering.  What would be best for the children?  Possibly not her presence-- the reactions people had when they learned her true nature were often bad... Goodness, she didn't even know how the children would react to her!
Death
 GM, 205 posts
Sat 3 Jun 2017
at 23:08
The Road North
Suddenly a horse and rider rushed past the cart and was soon out of sight.
Doktor Hedda Toteile
 player, 203 posts
Sun 4 Jun 2017
at 01:32
The Road North
Unusual.  She wasn't sure what to make of it-- she certainly couldn't catch up with the heavy wagon!-- but why would...

"Children," she called, "is there anyone following us?"
Death
 GM, 206 posts
Sun 4 Jun 2017
at 02:54
The Road North
The kids looked back.

"Three are there riders coming up on us fast," Alexander said.
Doktor Hedda Toteile
 player, 204 posts
Sun 4 Jun 2017
at 05:05
The Road North
"Now, what are the odds that they're following that other rider instead of us?" she said.  "Quite good, I daresay.  Still, keep watch, in case they're bandits."
Death
 GM, 207 posts
Sun 4 Jun 2017
at 19:51
The Road North
They were indeed chasing after the other rider, none of them even glanced back at you as they continued on.
Doktor Hedda Toteile
 player, 205 posts
Mon 5 Jun 2017
at 02:19
The Road North
Hedda couldn't possibly catch up to any of them, of course, and she didn't know what was going on.  But soon, she'd probably catch up to where they were-- normal horses couldn't maintain that pace for long.