First time in the Town
Sleep are still in my eyes as I look at my journal on the floor. I remember all of my mother's teachings about the power of dreams and, although slightly unsure, I grab a pen and write the following, as was instructed to me:
"First time in the Town"
I keep writing…
"I have a room at the Tavern and food when I need it, but the Town is scary and makes me unsure. If I can't deal with things here, how will I grow to bigger places? Still, I must be strong and trust the laws of gods. I know how to run when problems arrive and how to be quick in my reflexes. Now I need to study more. Hopefully, the dreams will help me keep on my path"
Garnier the Fighter joins the Adventure Party of Ellora
Garnier is a male human bodyguard that I've found at the Tavern a few days back. He said he was looking for work and it seemed to be useful for me to have someone buffy to watch my back.
He has cropped, wavy, gray hair and brown eyes, and a golden skin and a muscular build that makes me feel protected when he is around. He is not handsome by any means, with lots of scars in his arms and even face.
Deity of Ellora
Coktia is a vastly feared and much praised goddess, known for her swift justice and yet for her caring of her followers. She is usually worshipped through gifts and atonements.
She is often depicted as tall, slender and fair. She has long hair with the color of the sunshine and eyes with the color of mist.
Wish I could change this about myself
What one should change about themselves to become the Ruler the world needs? There's no easy answer for that. But there are things that I know I must change to grow to fill those shoes:
I wish to change my knowledge. Knowledge is only useful when it's changeable, when it grows, adapts, morphs. Knowledge that does not change is not knowledge, is prejudice.