Charles' Town Treasury
This Thread is about Charles' Town Treasury, a place located in the Town within the Medieval Fantasy world of Ruler of Kings II. Discussion here is Out of Character where Players can feel free to converse about any happening or dealings they had at Charles' Town Treasury.
Note: Keep in mind that one Player's encounter at Charles' Town Treasury may be different from another Player's experience because of choices and in game dynamics.
I like to see this guy because he gives me gold. When I first saw his title I had to look it up because I didn't know what an exchequer was until now. He gives good advice when you get the gold but I never seem to follow it well enough *wink*.
The aged sage known throughout the town as Andrelthist has had enough of the bemoaning of his large, friend Kettleford. Why is it that little villagers always complain about the cost of things?
'Why are we here?' mutters the young man, as he is coerced into Charle's Treasury. 'Just explain to that gentleman over there and instruct him that you are at your wit's end, over finances, and that once you are properly equiped and able to fulfil some dangerous jobs, then you can pay him back,'
Kettleford began to shuffle over to the barred counter, and all he could think of was the word 'dangerous,' which the old man had blurted out.
Thus the tall, thich set form of Kettleford Locklay finds himself in front of the opynemous Charles.
'May I help you, young man?' smiled the Town Teasury.
'Er. Dangerous jobs… ' Charles looked on in a little bit of bemusement,
'Er, I meant to say, I need a loan so I can get myself ready to take on some dangerous jobs, and this way I can pay you back. I am an honest man, just ask my mother,' at this Kettleford glanced over at Andrelthist.
'That! Is your mother?' Charles looked on in even more in a state of confusion (Or was it amsusement, as his lips slightly curled).
'Er, no, sir, that is my friend and companion. It was he who brought me here. He said you could help me until I get on my feet,'
Charles nodded his head in understanding.