Aha! A quest! Simple enough. Your task is to escort your cousin, a simple apprentice, to the Barn of Nobility to attain a free book of fairy tales and such, as well as acquire a few cards for trading on your
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In your duo strides with purpose. A rather confusing set of instructions of finding these tales is given, but with a smile. You search and search, then ask again, only to realize you're standing right before them! A bright shade of pink showers your cheeks. You then take hold of the second item, and head to the back to see if, just perhaps, a similar item as the one you could not find in the books was there. WHAT'S THIS?!? THEY HAD ONE?! You sigh in defeat, having to had payed for shipping...but perk up remembering the pills that are to accompany it. Then, you purchase your cards and the quest item and set forth towards the play. Upon arrival your mind suddenly feels a twinge of....something odd, however you ignore it and go forth. You burst through the doors and head for the----GOOD GODS!!!! The whole kingdom and perhaps many from the boarding lands as well have come to the same theater. "Perhaps they come for another play" you hope, desperately. The queue winds out the doorway and trudges slowly, inch by inch upon the smooth floor. The young maiden and her 2 younglings utter loud comments behind you, apparently going to a tragedy, or rather, a horror. A horror? With one so young it can hardly utter words? One who is whistling incesantly like a small bug in your ear? You sigh and hold your judgment. At last! Tickets! Now just to--oh...oh no....NOT THE GREAT BEAST!!! Larger than the mightiest dragon, fiercer than the mighty beasts of distant lands, the lines to get snacks rages in front of you. You sigh, looking at your hungry apprentice and are glad you were early enough. No...o gods no...the same family follows you to the next line. NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sustenance is finally attained and you hurry to the theater.
All your darkest nightmares come true. Thousands of yearlings and young ones along with their village folk have populated the small, dark theater. You take a pair of unoccupied seats as far away from others as