Hmm… The leader’s an odd sort of bandit. He stayed true to his word. “Play nice and nobody gets hurt.” Successfully besting the wholesaler without cutting him.
The girl wanted to use deceit, the pompadour wanted to gang up, yet the leader insisted on frontal 1 on 1 combat.
And then this. Robbing with honor may not be high on the pompadour’s priority list, but apparently such is not the case for the leader.
What manner of influence could he hold over the group that they would willingly forgo half the loot on his word? They seem to admire his combat prowess, but they don’t act like they’ve been strong-armed into cooperation.
Rather, they act like this is all a game to them. “What would be the fun in that?” If I may hazard a guess, they don’t care about the loot. They’re delinquents playing at rebellion. The leader is some kind of nobility or upper class individual with formalized sword training. None of them are going hungry anytime soon, so they put the importance on the act of stealing itself rather than treating theft as a means to an end.
I like the cut of your jib.
However, Verdo didn’t actually play nice so Thabo was under no real obligation to follow his word. Still, not a drop of blood shed.
You have wisdom beyond your ears.
Wait wait wait, I already caught up? Noooooo!
This is such an excellent story so far, I can’t wait to see where it will lead the heroes – and the whole supporting cast because they are awesome too.
Thanks for reading and the kind words!
Yes! Welcome to the most recent page! Thank you for reading, glad you’ve enjoyed our work so far. I’m VERY excited to share what else we’ve got planned so I hope you’ll be joining us again. This is going to be fun.
It sounds like they are price fixing, the hard way. By causing the merchants to raise their prices they will be able to sell the stolen gods easier.
I sorta agree with Random Guy and gangler. It may just be a game to them, but by stealing half the load instead of all of it shoppers will go to them, instead of the merchants because there cheaper, allowing them to sell and make money faster.
Wow. This is a fantastic new group of characters. Three cheers for Ed and Lee!
I love these guys, and I can’t wait to share what we’ve got planned for them.
Rob them a bit, leave them something to get rich off of again, and you can re-rob them in a few years.
Sustainable robbery management.
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