Tears of Celeris

4.3 The post-meeting meeting

Obviously you've never played FF4

Kain and Gomez accompanied Thorim on his way back to the ship. After they were some distance from the tavern, Kain began, “Wendyl filled us in on your meeting the other night. We’re glad you’ve decided to join us- frankly, we need all the help we can get. Now, I know you’ve got a lot on your plate at the moment, so if there’s any way we can help, just ask. I’d be happy to have your family stay with mine for as long as you’d like. There’s enough strange stuff going on in the world that I’m not sure how much time you can really take away from dealing with it.”

Thorim replied, “Thank you for the offers. Kain, It would be most helpful if the bulk of our people could stay with you while we search for a new home. While they are there, I would ask for your aid in helping some of my sub-officers in training our people. The most experienced sailors among us where with my father and I do not have the time to devote to training new crews right now and my sub-officers can only do so much as they are also leading the efforts in finding a new home and starting the rebuilding process.

Gomez, I know your and Wendyl’s travels carry you towards Nasr often and I would ask that you try to find more information regarding the fog ship I spoke to Wendyl about and see if you can gleam some information regarding the six Valuan ships near the riftwall. I am most curious if Edea returned to Valua with Alfonso or if she met with those six ships and stayed with them on their mission.

I have heard of a Valuan supply convoy that I would like to strike and capture as many ships as possible. I do not have the crew to sail five ships, so I would ask for your assistance providing me a few men who have experience sailing with speed and a limited crew.”

Gomez replied first saying that he and Wendyl would be on the lookout for information relating to the fog ships and that both of them would be glad to spare a dozen sailors to aid in Thorim’s proposed raid. Kain also offered some of his best sailors and, after making sure Thorim had the means to transport his family, bade him good night, saying he’d need a week to prepare for their coming, but would look forward to seeing Thorim and his family anytime after that.



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