Pathfinder - Of Men and Kings

4th of Pharast, 4713

from the Journal of Hemya Qazi Handoo

To say that last night was interesting is somewhat of an understatement. The temperature dropped incredibly fast and the winds were howling throughout the night. In order to keep as warm as possible, we doubled up in our bedrolls. I spent the night with Takuma, though I could literally feel the situation was more than a little awkward for him. I guess having a nude young woman pressed against your skin would have that kind of effect on any warm-blooded man.

Morning came and the weather was a lot more clement. Anja woke up a little grumpy, claiming that Valeria was fidgeting all-night, who quickly denied the accusations. I teased Anja, flaunting the fact that I spent a lovely night. I should have kept my mouth shut, as Anja declared that she was going to spend tonight with him. My master always said “You reap what you sow”. In retrospect, I wonder why I teased her that way.

We explored throughout the day, and found what we believe to be the River Thorne, which we know leads into the camp of the defeated bandits.



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