Flick starts as Mel's unexpected voice intrudes upon his awareness. Where she had come from and how is as mysterious as her presence is undeniable. As the elf focuses in concentration the little wizard feels arcane forces draw in and tighten around the tightly packed company. The charged atmosphere of the curtained booth almost snaps as if with heat lightning. Flick looks about uneasily. The last magical encounter they had resulted in a dead body - thanks to creatures of smoke and shadow - and Flick himself perilously close to the marwolaeth chysgod.
His lips down-turned at Mel's direction to secrete himself once more in a pack, Flick nods his thanks to Master Ho's wordless offer. At least I was offered the choice this time... The little wizard makes himself once again at home in the spirit master's satchel. Flick busies himself with finding a comfortable spot from which to look out at the world in secret while keeping from getting entangled or squished by the satchels other occupants.
[OOC] Flick attempts to identify the spell Mel casts.
Banoc felt the energy being plied around them as the elf woman completed her conjuring. Mel indeed had power; she'd make a powerful ally or a dangerous foe. Perhaps neither would be best. Banoc studies Mel intently to see the strain the conjuration has placed on her.
Banoc waited for Master Ho and Flick to depart their cubby and then followed suit, heading for the courtyard as Mel instructed.
Post by ProfGremlin on Jun 10, 2014 3:47:35 GMT -5
Courtyard, Dragon's Eye Inn
Flick peeks out of Master Ho's satchel at the company's doppelgängers taking their ease in the inn's common room, curtains drawn back in full view of the rest of the patrons. The illusions Is it one large dweomer or a series of independent enchantments...? interact and carry on in almost perfect mimicry of the flesh-and-blood counterparts. The little wizard cranes his neck around to Mel and asks, "When this is all over, would you teach me that spell in trade? It is a useful piece of knowledge that could extricate us from a rather sticky situation."