The day after the attack on Lendan The Party went out to see the damage done to the city. They found that chaos was still spread about. The first task they went about was returning the items they had barowed from the shop keeper the night before. They then sought a temple for healing. Caeser diverted to see the mages at the Tower of Enlightenment, but found the line to long and met again with the Party. A priest of Tallevan consecrated the alter for them and cast spells of restoration on Jhessail Sholyl, though he had been reluctant to do so for one not of the faith until Belros spoke with him. Seeing all of the injured, La’say Flamedancer attempted to aid in the healing, but found some people unwilling to be approached by an inferni. They also heard rumors of plague starting in the city.
The next day around noon, soldiers arrived for them. Their leader, Sir Ludwin informed them that he was sent to bring them before the King. They were escorted to battered yet still beautiful palace. They were taken to a map room where they met King Jean ll and Magister Owens. The king asked them about how they defeated the Deathships and what they might new of the attackers. Magister Owns saw to La’say Flamedancer who was sick with ghoul fever, not wanting plague to spread any more. King Jean revealed that Lendan was not the only place attacked. Sorbar and Margonia had been attacked as well. With all revealed, the king rewarded them for their efforts. He knighted each of them with little ceremony and promised that each might call upon him for aid, just as he may have need of the same in the future. They were also each granted a writ of payment.
The next day, their lunch was interrupted again. Silaran arrived intent on speaking to Caeser. They remained at the table, but took to the elven tongue so that only La’say Flamedancer would understand. Silaran revealed that he had left Caeser’s mother when his own father had died and it was his responsability to settle family affairs. He was not inclined to serve as the head of the Nylan’olie family, but wanted Caeser to know his birthright, and that he would support his claim if he wished to take it. Caeser said he would have to think on it.
The Party discussed what their next course of action would be. Caeser championed visiting the elven lands. It was Jhessail that won out though. She wished to track down her former master, and for the Party to aid her in that endeavor. Elves live a long time, and half-elves as well, so they put aside Caeser’s plan until another day while Jhessail used her boon from the king to seek out her father.