Before going back, Oswald comments to the whole ka-tet
: "Your to-dash or whatever wasn't a complete waste, you know? You got that rifle and I'm a marksman. Looking at this city, I'll bet there's not another like it anywhere here. Get me in a tower with a good view of the walls and I'll make the enemy's officer corps regret getting anywhere near here." After making his point, he heads back with Myron to the sorcerer's chambers. "It's alright; I was in the marines. I understand your loyalty to your brothers and I don't mind if you got to lock me up for the night. Just make sure that I can get out to some night clubs or bowling alleys or something every once in a while."
OOC wrote:Oswald doesn't have any specific skills which would help out, but he has been touched enough by the forces of Chaos that Myron gets a +2 circumstance bonus to any magic-related rituals that involve Oswald's help.
What did you wish to know precisely about Medraut's forces?
Meanwhile, Pablo lightens up his demeanor a bit. "Now, good company I can go for. I just mean to be back at a reasonable time to get rest. Tomorrow we will need to train extra hard and make sure that our supply of orizas is sufficient."
As Owen and Jhondak approach the castle, they see that the building is still thriving with activity despite the hour. While the knights don't yet know of the information that the ka-tet
carries, they are already active in their preparations for the upcoming battle. The guards recognize the two foreign guests and wave them in without a word. Within the halls of Camelot's castle, the pair can see a number of gunslingers, soldiers, and civilians hard at work. The gunslinger Susan stands at one table, looking down at a map. Florent stands at her side, pointing to various things. Elsewhere in the series of rooms full of the knights stands King John, busily discussing strategies of one sort or another.