Audric, you're up!
Audric, you're up!
Audric suddenly comes to a halt, looking confusingly around him. Why was he so terrified again? He finds himself a little ways down the hallway, standing opposite to a slightly ajar door. Audric is surprised to note that a pretty Halfling woman is peeking out the door. She looks a little confused. "Are you here to rescue us?" she whispers breathlessly.
Pierre, it's your turn!
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"¡Cielos! You mean the Queen of Grimaud?" she asks in wide-eyed wonderment. Her accent is clearly Pizzarran. "I do not know where she might be! There are just a few of us who want to go home. Most are happy here. Please, do not hurt the Mother Superior. She is just trying to protect us."
Hamlin's cocky grin vanishes as the Mother Superior completes her incantation, to be replaced by bewilderment and then stark terror as Audric bolts from the room.
No trace of his usual panache is apparent as he shrieks (a suave, manly shriek, but a shriek nonetheless), and begins hacking at the nun with the edge of his rapier.
Hacking rather inaccurately. And shouting incoherent curses - something about his goldfish when he was four, something about the time he fell off a pony?
You all suddenly see Hamlin go beserk and start slashing indiscriminately at the Mother Superior while shrieking out bizarre statements. Even she seems a bit taken aback by his excessive reaction.
Moliere, it's you, and then the Mother Superior again.
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The Mother Superior looks momentarily taken aback at Moliere's accusation. "Harm her?" she cries out in anger. "You're the ones who are trying to harm her!! I will not suffer you to compromise the safety of anyone under my protection!" she cries out.
She begins to mutter another spell under her breath, but it doesn't seem to have any visible effect. Everyone in the room, make a notice roll.