Radagast begins with,Eadnes wrote: ↑10 Jun 2019, 14:53Looking towards Radagast, Éadnes speaks up.
'We have searched for any signs of a path to follow, an area to search and found none. Perhaps you can point out the location of Karak Azshur and suggest the best route should we need to journey there. Mayhap when we see this area it will jog memories and should any other potential enemy lie close, we can prepare.'
A thought strikes him.
'Perhaps we need to consider a patrol circling the city to give early warning of anything amiss in the land?'
"Yes, but I know it will be nearest the Grey Mountains Narrows, as that nearly parallels the split between the Grey Mountains and the Withered Heath on the East. Study that area, and you may find something more.
"As to the patrol, I know not, and would be King Bard's purview." Bard speaks up,
"We've yet to begin any patrol and they would be coming within the city walls, soon, anyway. Mayhaps this Spring? Until then, the Captain's will be informed to keep better watch, if that is possible." He then stands to address all,
"I cannot have you at the coronation dinner, and I am afraid that, despite your marvelous service to our realm, you will have to celebrate with our citizenry, if you plan to celebrate at all," he clears his throat, a nervous look crossing his face -after all, her was never disposed to become a King- and continues, "and I welcome you to find lodgings for the Winter. You will find them reasonable, should you decide to remain at the Scale or go elsewhere within Dale. For those of you traveling to other lands, whether now or after the coronation, I recommend you make your journey swiftly, and all return for meeting next Spring.
"If you've no more to discuss," he looks first to Radagast, then to Gandalf, then to King Dáin and, finally, his eyes wander all at the table randomly, "then I bid you well." He waits to see if anything else might come up for discussion.