The Perilous Inquirer
Vol 1, 36th Issue
March 7, 2014
“The pregnant Lady Almandine takes charge of the Kingsguard.”
– Sherry the Mouse
NAME THAT FATHER!
Who do you think is the real father of Lady Almandine’s baby? Name of the perp and tell us how you think it happened and drop your entry into the mailbox of the Perilous Inquirer. The winning selection will be published.
I am addicted to mining. Minoc was my starter town since it has a nice mining set up just to the northeast of town. I have also lived on the edge of Minoc for a very long time. I have donated alot to Minoc and I have recently achieved, for a pretty penny, the title Countess of Minoc.
I am sad there was no governor this last term and I think I would be a good governor for this wonderful town. I will definitely add the Faster Casting option to the town stone. So long as the funds are there I will also monitor the message board for any needs or issues. I would like Minoc to be a more popular place in the realm.
Meet Morgan Ironfist:
New Magincia was the nearest town after the attack, so this is the easiest way to attract trade. Obviously, the player housing makes it quite unique, as do the commodity deed brokers, so it is quite special.
Running for governor opens the possibility to do something for the community, even if it is only S.S.I. for the honorable citizens of New Magincia. But since it has been in effect since day one, people can rely on it. I stand for a continuous trade deal. So, with the help of loyal citizens, I want to keep that up. I am the only governor remaining from the first elections. I am the only one who was present at every council meeting.
I will continue to uphold the trade deal and my influence and knowledge of Britannia’s politics will benefit my fair city.
It is time for a new treasure hunt and Ilexia is planning it for Saturday, March 15, at 3:PM EST.
This time, it will be a little trickier. A preferred character is Mage, else teleport scrolls will be provided.
Up for grabs is a Clothing Bless Deed.
To receive a prize, be the first to go to the Trivia Monk on our steps & answer this question:
In 1783, the good ship Hind went down off the Cape. All 212 hands aboard were lost. What were their names?
The Perilous Inquirer
Vol. 1, 36th Issue
3rd house on left out the Luna south gate.
News & Booze! Free current issues are on the “News” steward. Free named liquors are on the “Booze” steward. Back copies are free on the shop named, “Siege Droppings.” Submission guidelines are posted on the bulletin board.
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