Principality of Genoa.   Posted by EX GM.Group: 0
M. Renee Dupree
 Player, 49 posts
 Gentleman, Student of Law
 SL 7
Tue 26 Jun 2012
at 23:15
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
"Dear Magistrate, I doubt anyone here is guilty of doing more then defending ourselves. As for the count he is posioned I doubt he could of harmed the woman or anyone in his condition. I promise you If you let us on our way we will be gone from your town by sunrise," says Dupree.
Gaston Laroque
 player, 46 posts
 Sergent King's Musketeers
 SL3
Wed 27 Jun 2012
at 00:08
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
"I can speak in agreement with my friend Monsieur," Gaston said, standing beside Dupree. "You may see my uniform sir, and I am sure the fame and honour of the Musketeers has reached even Italy. I would do nothing to dishonour my King or country."
Issac De Portau
 player, 27 posts
 Mousquetaires du Roi
 The First Company/ SL8
Fri 29 Jun 2012
at 03:05
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
Issac was not in uniform but he still embodied the spirit of that mighty company as he stood shoulder to shoulder with his comrade-in-arms.

"Surly you would not let a man of noble blood die of poisoning upon your streets and in one of your hostels. The Count has friends in the court of the King Himself. Those men are obviously footpads and ruffians. Look at their dress and weapons Magistrate, no gentlemen surly. That we offer no resistance with arms is enough to say we wish no trouble with you or your city. Nay! For we have done you and your city a good turn, for these ruffian will bother no one for a fortnight at least... while two of their number will be fencing with the devil and no one else."

OOC: I think I finally rolled appropriately!!!!
15:38, Today: Issac De Portau rolled 2 using 1d20. Issac's Charm check.

This message was last edited by the player at 20:43, Sat 30 June 2012.

Pier DeVilfor
 player, 141 posts
 Duc de Lyonesse
 SL14
Sun 1 Jul 2012
at 11:11
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
Pier glances about the room, shrugs then provides the Magistrate details of the Counts family.
M. Renee Dupree
 Player, 51 posts
 Gentleman, Student of Law
 SL 7
Sun 1 Jul 2012
at 19:42
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
15:38, Today: M. Renee Dupree rolled 11 using 1d20. Magistrate. my wit is 16.

Renee points out the legal points of his case. He makes it seem they should be released.
Magistrate
 NPC, 4 posts
Mon 2 Jul 2012
at 22:38
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
As the Magistrate is leading you all away, M. Dupree manages to raise a legal point. After a few minutes of debate, the magistrate relents. he shall allow all of you but the count to depart, but only if you leave now.

15:26, Today: Dumas rolled 18 using 1d20. Law 16.

Seeing the Count is fading fast, the others try and speak on Arnaud's behalf.

04:09, Yesterday: Pier DeVilfor rolled 15 using 1d20. Heraldry.

While the Duke does what he can to detail the Count's pedigree it is the words of De Portau which seems to sway the Magistrate's mind.

15:38, Today: Issac De Portau rolled 2 using 1d20. Issac's Charm check.

"Alright. It goes against my better judgement but you can take your Count with you. But he leaves with you as well, and do not think his illness will offer reason for delay."

While leaving now may endanger the Count's life it is fairly cartain that if he stays here while he may recover he will almost certainly die for the girl's murder.
Pier DeVilfor
 player, 143 posts
 Duc de Lyonesse
 SL14
Tue 3 Jul 2012
at 01:40
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
The Count thhall learn of your generosity Thenior Magistrate Pier nods at the magistrate then turns to the others If you will Gentlemen we best be off from this city post haste. Would two of you mind lending a hand to assist the Count from this establishment.

This message was last edited by the player at 00:04, Wed 04 July 2012.

M. Renee Dupree
 Player, 53 posts
 Gentleman, Student of Law
 SL 7
Tue 3 Jul 2012
at 02:30
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath


PM

This message was last edited by the GM at 03:03, Tue 03 July 2012.

Dumas
 GM, 183 posts
Tue 3 Jul 2012
at 03:03
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath


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Magistrate
 NPC, 5 posts
Tue 3 Jul 2012
at 03:05
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
"Do not try my generosity. Please be gone within the hour." The magistrate looked sour faced.
Pier DeVilfor
 player, 144 posts
 Duc de Lyonesse
 SL14
Tue 3 Jul 2012
at 03:14
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
In reply to Magistrate (msg # 225):

Pier cast a sideglance at the Magistrate. What on earth did the fellow think they were doing, dancing a jig. Didn't he just ask for assistance to move the Count he thought to himself

This message had punctuation tweaked by the player at 03:38, Tue 03 July 2012.

M. Renee Dupree
 Player, 54 posts
 Gentleman, Student of Law
 SL 7
Tue 3 Jul 2012
at 03:21
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
Renee helps the count to the carriage.
Gaston Laroque
 player, 47 posts
 Sergent King's Musketeers
 SL8
Tue 3 Jul 2012
at 22:28
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
Gaston moves forward to help with the Count. As he does so he turns to his fellow Musketeer and quietly says (in French) : "Issac, Mon Ami wait for at the first inn outside the city."
Issac De Portau
 player, 28 posts
 Mousquetaires du Roi
 The First Company/ SL8
Wed 4 Jul 2012
at 00:38
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
Issac gave his brother-in-arms a half bow.

"I shall have two saddled horses with me Mon Ami." he replied in his native tongue.

The Musketeer eyed the Count with some suspicion. The soldier had witnessed death upon countless battle fields and the man looked as if death walked beside him. He gave one last look about the hall. The nobles and Renee were accounted for but what of the the other two? Where had they ran off to. Were they also somehow apart of the plot?
Pier DeVilfor
 player, 145 posts
 Duc de Lyonesse
 SL14
Wed 4 Jul 2012
at 01:24
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
In reply to Issac De Portau (msg # 229):

Pier nodded at the others in French Tho now Monsieurs let us quit this den. he prompted as he lead the way down the stairs and out of the Inn. ooc anyone thinking about reclaiming the rent?
Dumas
 GM, 184 posts
Wed 4 Jul 2012
at 09:41
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
With help a few of you manage to get the Count down the stairs.

Below in the common room a few more of the thugs lay dead. The baron, who had proven to be a skilled swordsman, sat at a table. He was being treated for what was likely a sword wound. As you all passed he raised a glass, offering what was likely a salute to his fellow combatants.

Outside it does not take long for the carriage to appear. The skinny and nearly silent coachman offering a concerned look and a raised eyebrow as you load the Count on board.

Meanwhile you spot the two rogues watching from across the way. Clearly they had slipped away when the watch arrived. Whether they intended to rejoin you all was still unclear.
Pier DeVilfor
 player, 146 posts
 Duc de Lyonesse
 SL14
Wed 4 Jul 2012
at 22:34
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
In reply to Dumas (msg # 231):

Piere moves in their direction heading towards the building they are near. Pausing he looks through the window First Inn on the thoutheast ooc assuming this is the way they are headed road heading away from the cityhe quietly informs whilst feigning an interest in what is inside the building
Issac De Portau
 player, 29 posts
 Mousquetaires du Roi
 The First Company/ SL8
Sat 7 Jul 2012
at 21:09
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
Issac had gathered the two horses, his and Gaston's, and then awaited the carriage. Issac thought the two Musketeers could be outriders for the carriage and thereby foil any other attempts at ambush. He only hoped that the Count would survive and that the dead woman was indeed Lady Malfluer... and not some poor whore killed just to implicate them in murder.

As he sat astride his black mare, Issac took the time to check his weapons. He made sure both pistols were primed and ready and that the rapier at his side was indeed loose in its scabbard.
Jean Michel Gaunoux
 Player, 71 posts
 Fencing Master
 SL6
Sat 14 Jul 2012
at 20:29
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The two rogues made their way over. "We snuck off so we could be of use if you were arrested. We need to be on our way."

Gaunoux looked at the Count, who despite the phycian's best efforts was still in what seemed a deep sleep.

"With luck he will recover. Perhaps as we make our way we can find someway to help him."
Pendu
 npc, 5 posts
Sat 14 Jul 2012
at 20:32
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The Arch Duke's henchman readied the carriage so the Count could be loaded aboard. He said nothing but shook his head slightly as he looked up the fallen noble.

Once very one was aboard he awaited orders from those in the carriage.
M. Renee Dupree
 Player, 55 posts
 Gentleman, Student of Law
 SL 7
Sat 14 Jul 2012
at 20:50
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
"Please take us out of the city and towards a local inn outside of town,"Requests Dupree.
Pendu
 npc, 6 posts
Sat 14 Jul 2012
at 21:49
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
Pendu nodded and once everyone present was onboard departed as ordered.
Pier DeVilfor
 player, 147 posts
 Duc de Lyonesse
 SL14
Sat 14 Jul 2012
at 23:25
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
In reply to Pendu (msg # 237):

Pier glanced up at the driver I thay goodfellow, One hopes your evening wasn't as harrowing as ours turned out to be. he waited for a possible reply befor climbing aboard and taking his seat. Well now that was a thort of a bother. From here on in I'd recomment staying in at leat pairs
Dumas
 GM, 188 posts
Sun 15 Jul 2012
at 18:01
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
The group arrives at the other inn. You are still within Genoa, and the magistrate ordered you be gone within the hour so time is short.
Pier DeVilfor
 player, 148 posts
 Duc de Lyonesse
 SL14
Sun 15 Jul 2012
at 22:06
Re: Principality of Genoa  fight aftermath
In reply to Dumas (msg # 239):

Pier peers from the window at the Inn. Monsieur Pendu, is there a reason why we are thtoped here.<Orange> He notices the others had arrived and were waiting for the carridge. He gives them a wave Come then thtoughtfellows let us be from this... this Genovian backwater... Onward Perdue we need to be from this Provincial...within the hour

This message was last edited by the player at 06:01, Wed 18 July 2012.