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INTRODUCTION
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We Built This City, On Blood and Bone
We were sitting at the tavern having a nice meal when we heard that there was some sort of mob at the docks. According to the shouts, they were attempting to drown someone. I took off at a sprint. Bastet right behind me.

I arrived to see a gathering of over fifty creatures. I immediately began forcing my way to the front of the crowd. Nothing was more important than stopping this public lynching.

When I got to the front of the crowd, I saw Biyous being held back by a guard. He was in bad shape. I asked the guard if it was alright if I used my powers to stop this madness. He suggested that I not cause any casualties. This is easier said than done with my power, but I did the best that I could. I slashed a man who was in my path near the dunking device they were using to partially drown Meerata.

Bastet dodged the opposite way that I had gone, so I thought I could serve as a good distraction to whatever she had planned. I stepped up to the admittedly dashing halfling male holding the rope that worked the dunking device. I told him to cease at once, or be struck down. He smirked at me and dropped Meerata into the water once more.

After he thoroughly slashed me with his sword, I was in a bad way. I knew that I would only be able to take one more hit like that before I was done for. I hoped that I had bought Bastet enough time to complete whatever she had set out to do. I took a deep breath and prepared myself.

A guard grabbed the halfling’s arm and restrained him from any further attacks. The man ended up dropping his long sword into the water in the commotion. I grabbed the rope and yanked as hard as I could to get Meerata back above water. What I did not know was that Bastet had rescued Meerata during the fight. In my frantic pulling of the rope, I broke the device and sent the chair part flying through the air. I watched in horror as it soared through the air. It crashed into Bastet who was tending to Meerata onshore.

Using all of my force had knocked me on my ass. I patiently waited to be taken into custody. After a lot of questions, I was released. Bastet and Ash were waiting for me at the entrance. I wanted to go to the tavern to gather some information on the mysterious halfling man. I heard that Thenri was his name, and unsurprisingly he is a very influential man in Darya.

When we arrived at the camp, we found that Ezra had made a new friend. I’m not sure what is going on, but I need to focus on the matter at hand. Today was spent trying to figure out who murdered Aliah. I think this may have been a misstep. We don’t need to know who murdered her. The most important thing is to clear Meerata’s name. And let these savages sort out the rest. My next move is to figure out who this supposed witness is, and what they know.
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Rude Sailors and Kidnappers
After rummaging through the victim’s room for clues, Bastet and I went downstairs for some lunch. We ordered and I was enjoying my chili cheese dog smoothie when some random guy burst through the entrance and yelled that some guards were drowning someone at the docks. We all rushed toward the docks, some in a quicker fashion than others but we all eventually arrived to the docks with a large crowd. While approaching the docks, I saw Esra boarding a ship for reasons only Esra knows.

As much as I tried to move through the crowd, there were just too many people. I ended up missing the entire thing. I decided to make my way toward the boat I saw Esra on earlier. As I was about to walk on the plank to board, two sailors appeared on the boat. I don’t know why but before I knew it, I blurted out “Ahoy!” at them. I don’t think they appreciated that because they told me they weren’t interested in “my halfling cookies.” Jerks! I lost interest in figuring out what Esra was doing and walked away.

On my way back, I saw Kit and told her what happened before we both were rounded up and interrogated by the guards about the incident at the docks. I don’t think I was much help because I didn’t participate or witness much of anything than transpired at the docks. I was released and decided to wait just outside for Kit. That was a mistake. Two sleazy men approached me and asked if I wanted to see their boat. I was already not in a good mood because of the two sailors from earlier and having to be interrogated. I bluntly told them to fuck off. This clearly wasn’t the correct response to their question because they grabbed me and dragged me away.

I struggled to free myself for what seemed like forever before eventually slipping away from them and running as fast as I could in the opposite direction. My freedom was short-lived. I made it only a few feet before I felt a strong grip on my ankle and I immediately hit the ground and was dragged away. I was able to unsheathe my dagger and swiftly stabbed his forearm. He released my ankle and I was able to escape for good this time. I ran straight back to the barracks.

I saw Bastet inside in the lobby. I must’ve looked awful because she stared at me with a concerned look on her face before asking for help to heal me. They take me into a small room and heal me and ask what happened. I described the two men as best as I could and recounted the whole ordeal. I regret not summoning Cal; I don’t think they would’ve approached if he had been there.

After that, I joined Bastet back in the lobby. After a few minutes, Kit, Bastet and I go back to camp after stopping for dinner (and a well-deserved drink) at the tavern. Kit asked us both to define evil on the way from the tavern to camp. She says she’s been contemplating murdering Myreta’s killer and was wondering if that is an evil action. I honestly don’t know. That’s a dilemma.
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Racism: Because finding the truth is too much work.
Can’t we just have a nice meal without arguments and talk of bodies? While at breakfast, Kit and Daksh began discussing whether or not we needed to talk to the local guard again. Daksh wants to look at the body, but Kit wants to wait until we have some hard evidence to combat the towns racism towards Meirta. Again, I can see both sides of this argument, but, honestly, I agree with Kit. I don’t think an outside investigation will be welcome at all and I believe, in this case, we should ask forgiveness instead of permission.

Anyway, while they are discussing, someone says the riot mob outside is drowning someone at the docks. Kit jumped up and took off, so, naturally, I followed her. When we got down there, our fears were realized when we saw that they had Meirta tied to a chair and hooked up to some sort of pully system. Kit pushed her way through the crowd and I followed closely behind her, the crowd was so dense, I wasn’t sure I would have been able to push through on my own. Once we got down there, Kit looked ready to fight.

Once I saw that Kit seemed to have the fighting under control, I went to save Meirta. I jumped in the water and swam under the docks, trying to stay unnoticed and eventually got to her. I struggled with the ropes at first. I’m not terribly great in the water, not horrible, but I definitely would lose the edge if I had to fight someone. I eventually was able to get her free and I had to pull her back to shore. She had already been held under for who knows how long. Once on shore, I got Daksh’s attention, hoping he would be able to do something to help her, but he couldn’t heal her. We needed Ezra, but I wasn’t sure where he was. He’s been a little absent in this town.

Not long after we got onto the shore, Vias spotted us and ran over. He was completely freaking out. I did my absolute best to comfort him and try to calm him, but I’m not sure how much it helped. He seemed a little calmer, but I can’t blame him for being so upset. Ultimately, she was taken back to the barracks where the guards said she would receive medical attention. We were also taken back to the barracks and asked for our version of the events that had transpired at the docks. Most of us were questioned and released quickly, but Kit was held for a while, so I waited at the station. I also really wanted to know how Meirta was doing and to speak with her if I could. I thought maybe since I had saved her, the guards wouldn’t really question me wanting to speak with her.

I sat, looking rather annoyed I think, for a while and no one asked if they could help me, so I finally walked up to the kindest looking guard that I could find, Cecily, and I asked him about her. He said she was okay and so I asked if I could speak with her and he told me to fill out a form…Where is Daksh when you really need him?...So I begin filling out the form and then Ash walks up.

From the looks of it, Ash had been through hell and back. Apparently some guys tried to kidnap her and take her to their boat. This is why we don’t leave Ash alone! Trouble finds her when shes just standing in front of the guard station. I’ll have to talk to Daksh later *sigh*. So, obviously, she stays with me while I fill out the form and wait for Kit. After a bit, they tell me I will be able to speak with Meirta tomorrow morning at 8 and Kit is released.

We leave the barracks and go to the tavern, but we weren’t there for very long, I think we were all a bit exhausted from the day. While we’re walking back to camp, Kit asks what I think “evil” is. As in what would constitute an evil action. Honestly, I didn’t really know how to answer. If you had asked me 3 years ago, I would have said evil is intentionally killing someone or harming someone, physically or emotionally. Now, I don’t know. The lines are blurring and I’ve been struggling with this more lately. Kit even reminded me that I threw a dagger at a retreating man last night. Was that an evil act? I can personally justify it to myself because he spat on me and that was disrespectful, but I did just act out of anger and if I had waited even 3 seconds, I wouldn’t have thrown it. Mind you, my intention was only to scare him, possibly hurt him slightly, but nothing major. Still, her question made me contemplate the very fabric of my being.

Everything that we had just went through, if I had come face to face with our assailant, there is no doubt in my mind that I would have been fighting to kill. I know that you’re probably thinking, “Well, yes, he would be trying to kill you, so that makes sense”, but that’s not why I would be trying to kill him. I want to kill him because he hurt people I loved. He took them from me, I want him to pay. I even spoke to Arie when I realized who we were dealing with and told him I was struggling with that. He told me to back off some, but I didn’t. Since then, I have been blurring the lines of good and evil as I had previously known them. Imprisoning some people may not be enough. What if some people are not able to be contained and shouldn’t be contained, what if they should just be taken out so they can’t hurt anyone anymore?

So, after a philosophical walk, we finally made it back to camp and found out that Ezra had met a new friend. Apparently he had rescued her from a boat. He had a rough day too it would seem. The girl seemed nice enough. It seemed like we had walked into a very intense conversation. I believe I heard mention of Ezra’s sister, perhaps this girl can shed some light on a situation that seems to plague him the same way the deaths of my guild plagues me.
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