Krusten looks at the mother and then at her son and tries to figure out how he came from her. Looking at the man she nods and says nothing but to the host she proclaims, "My weapons stay with me because they are like my arms and legs and I can't give you those just like I can't give you my weapons."
To not cause any friction Hunter suggests to the host that they could stay in the barn or if they have a fenced part of their property they could put their tents. Also, Hunter greets the man with some talk in Orcish to see if he understands.
The man is unable to understand what you are trying to say in Orcish. He says to Thorin,
"Uh, I do not understand thy tongue, what sayest thou to me?"
Meanwhile, the host doesn't mix matters and ushers you to the outside by a tree that is around 100 yards from her home and clearly not within the circumference of the village.
Sighing and dragging her feet her curiosity about the home of the hose was itching her. She says to the man, "You will give me a tour?" Her intent was to find out about the place and go all around this village.
Krusten and Thorin arrive at the tree in which crows have set up their nests. They flutter around upon seeing you and some of them swoop down as though attempting to land on your head.
The man's face lights up with joy upon hearing Sapphire's request but then his face turns to a sad disposition as the host, his mother, shouts to him in an abusive manner,
"Don't ye dare do it. Get back to thy chores."
He leaves with a sigh as Sapphire is left to join her friends at the tree.
Krusten frowns. "She did this on purpose! I'm sure she knew that crows nest here and they would not welcome us… let's make our own camp somewhere else!"
She moves off without waiting to see if anyone will follow. She sets up a camp further off away from the crow filled tree looking for another tree for cover.
We rest Exorcism At Willow's Pass PBP RPG to share learning from the journals of some good thinker:
Today is: 3rd June (GMT), in history on the 3rd of June, 1864 AD the following death happened:
James P McMahon: US Union Colonel (164th NY), dies in battle