Registered: Nov 2002
Volee, School of
After paying the Snowelf lady Poli
for their drinks, the heroes leave the 'Wardance' and head
straight for the School of Judges.
This time it is a
grumpy apprentice named Fairweather, who leads them to the
second floor where the judges have their
Regran is curious.
is it that everyone here seems to be in such a dark
Fairweather: "To some it comes naturally, but
the thing is that we are all getting bored now that Judge Grey
is rapidly handling all the cases with his new instrument.
Some of the classes have been cancelled as well."
that they reach Judge Jannus' room. The Chedians are surprised
to see that the husband of Poli is a human.
Jannus: "What can I do for you, gentlemen? If it's a new
case, Fairweather here will take notes and Judge Grey will
rule on it sometime tomorrow."
DaveO: "Your Honour,
we would like to ask you about an old case, if that is
convenient. The case of the Rainbow Goblins against The White
This brings a smile to the Judge's face, the
first smile the Chedians have seen in this
Judge Jannus: "Ah, those were the
days! When you knew when you were damned."
"Could you tell us something about that
Arturxhix: "We are looking for The White
Goblin, do you know where we can find him?"
Jannus: "That weird case made the hitparade. These seven
Goblins, each a different color of the rainbow, come before me
and demand that their brother, a white goblin, be banished to
the far north beyond any colour of nature except the white of
ice and snow. They claimed the birthright of keeping all the
colours of nature, and that The White Goblin would build
armies of cave goblins to destroy nature itself. They sounded
very sincere, too."
Vilx: "How did the case
Judge Jannus: "We tried to summon The White
Goblin, but we did not succeed. Our messengers received
several reports on his whereabouts: under a hill in New
Sorpigal, in a tavern in Ravenshore, and on a mountain in
Rigard, but they never found him. We had not given up hope but
all of a sudden the Rainbow Goblins left town. According to
the dragonhunter who saw them leave, they all went in
different directions, too. I was really looking forward to
judging this case, but unfortunately it never went to
Arturchix: "What was the name of that
dragonhunter, Your Worship?"
Judge Jannus: "Let me
see ... Fairweather?"
Fairweather: "I believe he was
called Dragonheart, milord."
A little wiser, and a
little more puzzled, the adventurers thank Judge Jannus for
If you have no
feet, don't walk on fire.