The Enemy Within Revisited Cast
Gustav Myrthenbaum the Dilettante (Davy White)
Falco the Ratcatcher (Michael Morgan)
Badigon the Boatman (Shane)
With his boat now repaired Badigon, seems in such a good mood that he goes on a spending spree and treats everyone to new equipment. In all the euphoria, nobody seems to notice that it’s the groups communal money that he’s spending, and of course the smuggler isn’t about to tell them.
As Gustav and Badigon return sporting a new suit of chainmail, Falco can’t help but wonder what happened to their old leather armor suits as he picks at the holes in his grubby ex rat catcher rags, and doubts their ability to protect him from a sharp quill, let alone a sword. “With friends like these…” he mutters to himself, with a heavy sigh.
Not content with a cargo hold half full of illicit Bretonnian Brandy, Badigon loads up more slightly less illicit liquor. In for a penny and all that. The party have another meeting with Hieronymus Blitzen in which he tells them more about the nefarious witch known as Etelka Herzen. Their future course it seems lies South in pursuit of Miss Herzen (and her Elven accomplice) last seen headed towards Grissenwald, Black Peaks.
Before leaving Altdorf, the party notice they’re being tailed (badly) as Falco sneaks around behind him to cut off his escape route, Badigon employs the tactic of yelling at your would be pursuer as though they are a naughty boy. Confused the man tries to make a grab for a weapon and then thinking better of it, a dash for safety. Falco and his friend the Blunderbuss have other other ideas though. Faced with the bad smell of an angry rat catcher and looking down the wrong end of a blunderbuss the strange fellow decides to quaff a pill thereby ending his own life. The lengths some people will go to, to avoid listening to one of Gustav’s tales. Well, that’s a suicide the party are responsible for to add to the already long list of murders. What time did Badigon say our boat leaves Altdorf?
by GM Noely
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