You hinted that Asoel had personal knowledge about this girl. Is this just alluding to the favored enemy bonus or does he actually recognize her?
Either way, heck yeah, Asoel will try to get her to a detox if she isn't too far gone. I'm waiting for the reply about my above question before writing up about him breaking stealth and approaching to say as much.
Oh final question. Did I notice anyone watching the group? If I noticed suspicious activity, Asoel will trust in the good nature (and effectively pray that he isn't putting forth false hope, since he doesn't know them well yet) of the group to try and get her to a detox, and he'll try to tail the characters as well as he can.
Edit: on a side note, thanks for inviting me to this. I'm loving this!
Posted on 2018-05-04 at 13:36:41.
Edited on 2018-05-04 at 13:39:11 by Decicio
Asoel knows this half-elf, she was practically your neighbor before leaving the Norwood because she felt out of place among the long-living elves. As of yet no one seems to have taken much notice of your group, people are just going about their business. The update to the update was me handling your previous post here by the way. I apologize if that wasn't clear. Also, you're welcome, glad you're enjoying yourself.
I'm sure everyone has noticed, but I'm using a real language (Tagalog) in place of Elven in my roleplaying. I lived in the Philippines for a couple years and was once fluent. Now it is disappearing, and I thought this would be good practice. Well, because I'm so rusty I've been making a bunch of mistakes. . .
I meant to say that the half-elf will die if she doesn't listen to us. What I *said* was "You will murder someone if you don't follow me". GAH.
Anyways, doesn't have anything to do with anything but thought I'd share something which might be funny to you but would probably be overlooked if I didn't explain it.
You actually thought we'd recognize Tagalog? Nope, not a chance I'd recognize it. I believe Hammer is in the Philipines right now. When he gets back stateside he would likely recognize it. I do think it is a cool way to use the langauge. And the screw up made me laugh, so there is that.