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Discussion in 'UO Europa' started by Paidric, Feb 1, 2009.
Did anyone see this book in the Brit Counselor Guild?
And does anyone know the meaning?
With any luck, it means by Monday evening Casca's 'realm' will be a cell at the Courts in Yew..
Inspecting his realm - on the balcony of Blackthorn castle?
Yew, Court of Truth, Sherry the mouse will make an appearance, in Casca's realm, Trammel, at 8 on Monday.
What about the riddle under the tapestry (top book)?
I'll leave others the harder job of reporting all that was said by Casca and Sherry this evening, but the things I reckon folks need to be most aware of :
Thursday evening, 8PM, Casca wants people - especially 'leaders' - to meet at Castle British, where they will discuss, and he will appoint, a new 'Guard Captain'. Apparently he already has someone in mind, but would not say who. This person is to lead an attack on the 'enemies of the realm' on Friday evening. (He did mention 'Followers of Armageddon' in relation to these 'enemies', but as someone in the crowd had already mentioned them, I am unsure if that was who he intended to blame, or he just picked up on their idea)
However, Sherry was most insistent the castle be checked for hidden assassins, poisoned food, or any other underhand tricks, so suggested we look the place over very carefully shortly before the proposed (Thursday) meeting is to start - 7:30 or maybe earlier was suggested, I think by Duke Irvyn, and although not confirmed by Sherry was not contradicted either. Personally I'll be there a little earlier than that, since I have some spare time!
Hopefully see some of you Thursday!
I asked Lord Casca if he knew of any other Royal Council members who survived the massacre, to which he replied no. Therefore, in my eyes at least, because Lady Aileen as a member of the original Council is alive albeit in hiding then Casca illegally appointed his own Council and awarded himself the throne. Shouldn't all remaining Council members have been given a vote in the formation of the new Council? Perhaps Lady Aileen has a reason to fear Casca, she's scared enough to remain hidden anyway. But I'm no lawyer, and I know little of Britannian politics - it justs seems strange that he has no knowledge of the fact that Lady Aileen is alive and well, or perhaps he is purposefully trying to keep her out of the picture. Sherry was her companion and assisted with her escape - if Sherry can be silenced, and Lady Aileen found/murdered, who is to stop Casca from keeping the throne?
Actually, Aileen was never on the council. She was simply a Trinsic noble, who ended up slumming at the castle, for some reason.
She also hates rats, yet is somewhat chummy with Sherry (little rat).
I rather thought Clainin was on the Council though, odd that if Casca knows he's still alive he isn't taking greater steps to get him healed - or maybe Casca not knowing he's alive is a good thing for Clainin, who can tell...
Well Lady Aileen may well be in hiding but anyone doing the rounds in Castle British will undoubtably see her name appear - She appears to be in the NW corridor between floors. You cannot see her but you can click on her name gump and see her paperdoll.
Whether she is intended to be there is unknown but you could certainly say she is hiding.
Thank you for the report. Looks like our EM does a nice job