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I’ve heard whispers from spies and rumors from stewards, and it sounds like you’ve got your hands on something really special. Something that could really change the way things have been going for you and yours. And well…
Listen, MG, I like to think I know you pretty well. Balion and I won’t ever forget what you did for us, and more importantly, that you had very little to gain from doing it. You are the greatest force of justice I’ve ever known, and a constant reminder of what it means to be a leader.
People tell me that I have a hard life all the time. Beset on all sides by the unctuous and the bickering, the petty and the envious, the powerful… and the meek. But what they’re missing is that to be “beset on all sides,” you first of all have to be at the center. And however hard it is, the center is an easy place to rule from.
But you don’t have a high house, MG. No council chambers, not even a mayoral mansion. The only center your Gnolls have is you.
It’s time to put this old bullshit right. Bring the document, meet me in my room in two days—I trust you can get there. And I hope you can trust me, too.
This week on Friends at the Table: What Do You Want Here?
I’ll come, Lutz. But don’t think for a second that your respect for me is shared by your Halflings. A leader can change their mind with the quickness of the wind, but their people adapt only at the speed of mountains.
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Cast[edit | edit source]
- Austin Walker (GM, Fantasmo)
- Ali Acampora (Hella Varal)
- Art Tebbel (Hadrian)
- Andrew Lee Swan (Throndir)
- Janine Hawkins (Adaire)
- Jack de Quidt (Lem King)
- Keith J Carberry (Fero Feritas)
- Sylvia Clare (Ephrim)