| Satyrday, Marsh 2nd:
While Sir Martin the Sturdy travels in South-East Aeggegton, he meets a comely villager in a town. He tells Sir Martin that there are whispers a base wretch lurks near the woods of West Aeggegton, 16 days ride away.
Sir Martin the Sturdy promises to destroy this lethal brute.
Every other bard is out following people out to save the world. I get someone out to slaughter some "base wretch". Where's the justice?
| Sonday, Marsh 3rd:
Sir Martin the Sturdy ventures to the north without incident through a plain in South-East Aeggegton
| Moonsday, Marsh 4th:
Trekking west, Sir Martin the Sturdy runs into a weak peasant in a woods in South Aeggegton.
Travis the Cook argues with him. The peasant makes a rude gesture towards Travis.
Some stupid peasant thinks he knows how to prepare meat better than a professional cook? ... then again, the meat has seemed a bit... off... the last few days. Perhaps Travis isn't as experienced as this as I thought...
| Twosday, Marsh 5th:
Going north, Sir Martin the Sturdy confronts a nasty hermit in a woods in South Aeggegton.
Bradley the Squire shares stories with him. The hermit gossips about his friends.
This guy out in the middle of nowhere, he's so anti-social that he was chased out of his last village for biting heads off mice. Why in the WORLD does our squire get along with him?
| Wedday, Marsh 6th:
Sir Martin the Sturdy journeys to the west without incident through a woods in South Aeggegton
Have noticed that my party might not be what they SEEM to be. Have been pondering on this lately.
| Thorsday, Marsh 7th:
Traveling west, Sir Martin runs into a bear in a woods in South Aeggegton.
The bear's strategy overwhelms Sir Martin; but Sir Martin's force is superior to the bear; also Sir Martin's skill overcomes the bear's dexterity. Sir Martin the Sturdy has slain the bear!
WHY??? It was a poor innocent bear, it wasn't hurting anyone, just living it's life in the middle of the woods peacefully, doing bear type things everyday, eating honey, catching trout... now it's dead. Dead! Travis searched out and found it's cub, claiming the meat would be especially juicy. I'm... I'm not eating tonight...
| Friarday, Marsh 8th:
Venturing north, Sir Martin the Sturdy encounters a red-headed peasant in a farm in South Aeggegton.
Travis the Cook shares stories with her. The peasant tells a dirty limerick.
... I didn't understand that limerick at all. ... I'm glad.
| Satyrday, Marsh 9th to Sonday, Marsh 10th:
Sir Martin the Sturdy rides to the west peacefully, from a mountains in South Aeggegton to a woods in South Aeggegton.
I found a red hair in our meal today!!! I have informed Travis that I have turned to the worship of Lathander and am now a vegetarian. Have trouble sleeping at nights too...
| Moonsday, Marsh 11th:
Trekking north, Sir Martin comes upon a bandit in a plain in Central Aeggegton.
The bandit's artifice find no weakness in Sir Martin; yet Sir Martin's energy outdoes the bandit--and Sir Martin's speed overwhelms the bandit's dexterity. Sir Martin the Sturdy has slain the bandit!
A bandit? You call some young youth in the middle of nowhere armed with a wooden sword, trying to collect toll a bandit??? It was wrong of him, but more mischevious than... and it certainly didn't deserve... and his eyes, his eyes!!! what have I got myself into by joining this group????
| Twosday, Marsh 12th:
Trekking north, Sir Martin the Sturdy encounters a young traveler in a plain in Central Aeggegton.
Bradley the Squire argues with him. The traveler argues back.
That seemed to be the end of it. Except that Bradley was missing that night, and the next day there was blood near Bradley's tent.
| Wedday, Marsh 13th:
Sir Martin the Sturdy voyages to the west quickly through a plain in Central Aeggegton
A little peaceful today. I'm getting used to the vegetables. I think. Maybe eating too much of them is turning me green. Or that might just be my "team mates" atrocities.
| Thorsday, Marsh 14th:
Going west, Sir Martin the Sturdy encounters a poorly dressed peasant in a farm in West Aeggegton.
Michael the Apothecary shoves her. The peasant runs away.
She got away! Thank goodness, she got away! Must these thugs acost EVERY single person they come across?
| Friarday, Marsh 15th:
Voyaging west, Sir Martin encounters a wolf in a woods in West Aeggegton.
The wolf's artifice overcomes Sir Martin, but Sir Martin's skill overwhelms the wolf; and Sir Martin's muscle is too great for the wolf's toughness. Sir Martin the Sturdy has slain the wolf!
Have you seen a wolf in the middle of the forest? It conveys a sense of mystery, nobility, and loneliness, as these lone wolves are probably outcasts from their pack. Now it's just a furry corpse. Why, Martin, why? It was just a normal wolf?
| Satyrday, Marsh 16th:
Moving west, Sir Martin confronts a boar in a woods in West Aeggegton.
Sir Martin scoffs at the boar. Sir Martin the Sturdy has decapitated the boar!
More wholesale slaughter of the wildlife. At least this was under the guise of "meat for provisions". hmmm... none of my concern, as I already established my vegetarianism.
| Sonday, Marsh 17th:
Going west, Sir Martin the Sturdy comes upon a shifty-eyed peasant in a farm in West Aeggegton.
Bradley the Squire shoves him. The peasant shoves Bradley back.
It degenerated from there. After this "challenge" to our "authority", everyone else got into it and began bludgeoning the poor wretch to death. Such... brutality sickens me. Must... get... away...
| Moonsday, Marsh 18th:
Sir Martin the Sturdy reaches the woods of West Aeggegton and finds a mischievous bear.
The bear's resourcefulness overwhelms Sir Martin, however Sir Martin's force outdoes the bear--furthermore Sir Martin's swiftness overcomes the bear. Sir Martin the Sturdy has slain the bear!
Another bear. And apparently, the object of our quest. This time, even before Travis could announce that he was preparing the beasts heart for a special celebratory dinner, I was sneaking away from them. Goodbye, and good riddance! I heard there was this group of heroes in Skara Brae, thing's MUST be better there, right?
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