Waysoftheearth's Hinterlands PBP
From where Gustave and the other sighted individuals stand (more or less right out front of the abbey front gate), the abbey appears much as it even did... an implacable, whitewashed, 10ft high stone wall. It is more or less exactly as everyone remembers it upon first arriving here.ehiker133 wrote:"What does the abbey look like now, Gustave? Does it still have its glamour? Or did we take it away when we destroyed that horrible contraption?" Desmond asks, as he turns his head in the direction (he thinks) of the abbey (unfortunately, he's off by about 90 degrees).
Invisible Highbough mumbles and mutters all this... but one of the disadvantages of being invisible is that others tend to ignore him.mushgnome wrote:Highbough, like Desmond, is curious if the glamour has been lifted from the Abbey. (He was impressed by the power of the magical effect.) Highbough volunteers to climb the bell tower and have a look around. His night vision is keen, and if nothing else, he would see the light of any nearby campfires. He reminds the party that he and Olaf placed a rope for easy access to the rooftops. Perhaps it would be safer from wolves to sleep elevated above ground level? If there is a second-story guard-tower, balcony, overhang, or similar on the premises where the party could take shelter from the elements, that would make a defensible campsite.