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918309 No. 918309 ID: 2755f5

This is a NSFW clothing damage adventure!
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Lewd suggestions are encouraged but not required.

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No. 923414 ID: daa216

B. That helmet might be of the realm but it will gain unwanted attention. With the proceeds you can get a cloak for her to hide the rest of her finery. If she objects, tell her that it will make her safer and the sale will help the people. The princess loves helping people. Also we need to either set the rest of the livestock free or sell them as well. Finally ask if she can ride. If she can, you can let her ride one of the horses, if she can't...well Im sure you cant think of non princess things while riding.
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No. 923432 ID: 834378

C
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No. 924016 ID: 9876c4

C, I think.

Even if these lands are safe, there's no reason an assassin wouldn't take a swipe if he saw a crowned head. That'd be bad.
If reasonable, you could save such articles as needed (crown, signet rings, etc)
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No. 924057 ID: eeb7d9

C. You can tell her it's part of the adventure, hiding from the enemy in disguise, if she starts to to complain, but make her understand that you can't afford to attract too much attention.
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No. 924202 ID: e9d41b
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Sir Garrin announces his decision 'Princess for your safety you're also going to need a disguise, your current outfit will attract too much attention'

The Princess seems amused by this 'we haven't even enough for coin to stay at the inn, and now you wish to purchase disguises?'

Garrin nods'I do your highness, the best option is to sell your crown, it's too bulky to hide and won't fit in a pack, and would be near impossible to hide under any outfit.'

on cue the royal raises her objection 'unacceptable! this crown is one of a kind! a priceless treasure of the kingdom!'

'don't you have four more back at the castle just like it?'Garcio chimes in

Garrin is not phased, he redirects his plan 'I understand, the alternative is to sell three of the animals, and keep the ones we can ride.'

the Princess gasps'no you mustn't!' Princess Reefa struggles for a moment thinking for a justification to keep her pets, before yielding 'fine take the crown'
taking this for an order Garcio plucks the hat from her head, unleashing the princess' wild curls.
'OW!' Princess Reefa cries out 'watch my hair you dumb brute!'

'sorry your highness' Garcio responds sheepishly 'I forgot you had hair'

Reefa pouts, obviously in a sour mood 'where is it we're suppose to sell it anyways?' she glances around 'surely these local farmers would be of no use.'

'there's a trading post just north of Pesca, I bet if I take this zonos on full gallop I could get there and back within an hour' Garcio offers

Herron is a major trade hub, there are merchants travelling to and from frequently, Garrin knows it's very likely to encounter a merchant on the road to the city, though there are no guarantees.

how shall Garrin sell the crown and acquire a disguise for the Princess?
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No. 924226 ID: eeb7d9

Hmmm, well, i am sure we will find one on the way there, so we should start moving. But we must keep ourselfs outside the road, in order to lower the chance of someone seen us.
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No. 924263 ID: 06fdc0

man, garcio is a real asshole

we should go to the trading hub, don a disguise, and find a black market; a legit royal crown is gonna be hard to sell anywhere without raising a few eyebrows
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No. 924289 ID: daa216

Have everyone ride towards the trading hub, you will need the princess to come along so that when selling the crown, you wont have to prove it isnt stolen. Unless you know of a shady dealer of things. Sell it for as much as you can mixed in with a trade of wares if possible.
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No. 924344 ID: 5da03e

>>924202
Break the crown down into constituent materials. Any gems in it should be carefully removed and sold. Any precious metals should be cut to unrecognizable pieces or melted down entirely. Cloth and padding should be discarded, there won't be enough to make plausible deniability possible.
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No. 924385 ID: 080aaf

Unique or not, it is a national treasure. Sell it as a whole unit and on the down low to a traveling merchant. Good luck convincing people of its authenticity though, unless you have some royal seals maybe?
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No. 924578 ID: deeb07

>>924344
This.
Can't sell it whole, that would give any political opponent a perfect opportunity to cause trouble with it.
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No. 924894 ID: e9d41b
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924894

Garrin understand that he must get to Herron quickly
'We ride for the trade hub; Herron Village, we'll find a merchant along the way' Garrin's words are final and leave no room for argument, and he receives none.
'your highness, can you ride?'he adds. the Princes nods in response.
she hefts herself onto one of the animals, folding her legs on one side as if she's ready for a gentle trot.

* * *

While the royal escort rides Garrin takes a moment to inspect the crown, intact it's rather iconic and would be telling in a sale. However the knight is reluctant to take it apart, damaging a valuable item doesn't sit right with him, though he will if he must.
Garrin glances back at the princess, even without the crown she's still obviously royalty, the cartozono packs have a spare riding cape and some blankets he supposes he could make an improvised disguise until they get something better.
Even with a disguised princess he hates being exposed on the open road like this, normally he'd travel the wilderness or back paths, but the princess would never be able to manage and would slow down travel to by a considerable amount.

the ride continues in silence, The Princess seems to be enjoying the warm weather and Garcio is humming a traveling song to himself.
Does Garrin engage is companions in conversation?
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No. 924900 ID: daa216

Just assure the princess all will be right. Though I've a feeling she might start complaining or talking soon enough if we stay quiet.
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No. 924907 ID: 080aaf

No. Keep your ears attuned to danger. Besides, Garcio would just make a fool of himself again.
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No. 924994 ID: 54c395

Make small talk with the princess and keep her calm and comfortable
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No. 925135 ID: ac6625

>>924894
Small talk is best saved for when we've got the protection of a generous amount of guards. Keep moving, ears listening, and eyes looking for danger. Check on the princess every now and then to make sure something doesn't swoop in and grab her off her horse.
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No. 925530 ID: 834378

Do some pep talk with Reefa. Ask her about her family and friends, and what if she plans on doing anything in Crym-Z'Garr besides tending her Cartazonos.
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No. 925658 ID: e9d41b
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925658

They travel in silence,
Garrin chooses not to speak with the Princess.
he imagines the less he interacts with her the easier it will be for him to remain focused

* * *

After an hour Garrin begins to hear the princess whining in pain,
it's obvious the woman has never ridden any significant distance before, though he is impressed she has yet to openly complain

It is around this time he spots the wooden cart trundling down the merchant highway to Pesca.
The vehicle is a trade wagon from Crym-Z'Garr, likely in the pocket of the Duchess.
Garrin can only guess at what it's doing this far into Ivera.

As they Ride closer the Princess and Garcio notice it as well.
'Is that what we're looking for?' Princess Reefa asks, she intends to sound aloof, but her exhaustion betrays her desire to find any reason to break.
Now close enough to see the sign, Garrin recognizes it as belonging to a winery favored by the Archduke.
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No. 925659 ID: 094652

Oh look, an opportunity to get everyone too drunk to think about where you're leading them! Also, people this rich will have the funds to buy your luxuries at sufficient prices.

Go down there, ask if you can bribe them into diverting their wares to a royal cause.
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No. 925669 ID: daa216

It is now. Go down there and commandeer the cart. Offer the crown if they want payment. We can pawn more of the princess' clothes later if we need more money.
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No. 925670 ID: c1212a

Hello lone traveler, would you like accompaniment into town?
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No. 925686 ID: 54c395

Attempt to pawn off the crown to him. Then join his convoy to Herron if he’s heading that way. Safety in numbers.
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No. 925703 ID: 2202fb

>>925658
hol up, if these guys are in your boss's pocket, why not contact your boss and see if she cant get them to assist.
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No. 925876 ID: 9876c4

We should definitely hang out with these guys, they have molebeasts.
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No. 926953 ID: e9d41b
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926953

Garrin considers contacting the Duchess, it seems odd that she failed to mention other agents in the area.

the procession rides along side the wagon, Sir Garrin addressing the guard driving 'I would do business with your employers'
the guard lazily glance over appraising the group, apparently satisfied she knocks on the wagon.

In response there is the sounds of ruffled parchment, the merchant then opens a shutter. Garrin indeed recognizes her as one of Duchess Kalez's pawns a Rachnid scribe by the name of Xiatzu.
'Royalty? many apologies your highness! I was not expecting your presence!' the scorpion blusters.

Princess Reefa gives an exhausted look, Garrin addresses the merchant instead 'her royal highness would like to sell this crown, for coin, escort to Herron and any other supplies we may need'

the merchant seems stunned, but her business savvy kicks in quickly 'buy the princess's crown? escort to Herron? what is this all about?'
how much does Garrin tell her?
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No. 926954 ID: ab1fe9

Tell her you were waylaid by assassins, losing your supplies for the journey in the escape. Since this merchant is familiar to the royal family, you can even suggest that she take the crown with a note signed from the Princess herself, and she could return it to the Duchess for a profit and a healthy amount of favor.

That should hopefully persuade her to trade for the money you need, but scare her enough that she doesn't want to associate with you too much longer, which will keep things more in your control and open to opportunities for the Duchess' desires.
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No. 926955 ID: 080aaf

We were waylaid on our journey by a COMPLETELY UNEXPECTED ambush and separated from our royal paladins. We must make our way to Herron as quickly as possible to regroup with them. The Duch- er, Princess would be eternally grateful for this service.
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No. 926960 ID: 094652

Tell her the inquisitors would normally pillage commandeer this cart, goad her into attacking them, and crucify her on the side of the road claiming it was justice.

For now, they're busy purging the woods of that innocent giant community because a local giantess roadworker was stupid enough to throw 'rocks' in the general direction of your retinue.

And now you will give a fortune just to keep your conscience from burdening fifteen straws further.
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No. 926968 ID: 3aa3d9

>>926953

Tell her that it's official business and that's all you can say. But there is great favor to gain with the Duchess if she helps you out.
She won't leave empty handed though as the princess's crown is worth quite alot. And worth the trouble for it alone.
So you need supplies and escort in trade for the crown. But your business at the outpost also requires a disguise for the princess. So to kill two birds with one stone. Convince her to hand over all her clothes aswell to use as a disguise for the princess.
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No. 926970 ID: daa216

Tell the truth. We were ambushed by a giant, lost our escort, and while we would like to just commandeer such a ride from a servant of the crown, she a kind hearted noble and wishes to compensate for the help. (also woo Yaffclaw crossover)
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No. 927026 ID: 9876c4

>>926960
FWIW I like this one.
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No. 927414 ID: e9d41b
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927414

'we were attacked by a giant' Garrin answers honestly, seeing no reason to lie.

'a giant?! we are too far west for giants!' the merchant's words are filled with more terror than doubt

'an unusual occurrence to be sure' Garrin concedes 'regardless one of them attacked us, if you can help us reach Herron the Duchess will reward you handsomely'

'what Duchess?' the Merchant asks a worried tone touching her voice

'the Duchess of Fewelle of course, your company works for her last I heard' Garrin remain impassive, though this conversation is not going as he expected.

The scorpion seems alarmed 'Duchess Kalez? I will not be seeing her, I am not going to back Fewelle, I am not going anywhere near Crym-Z'Garr. and you should not either!'
Garrin is taken aback, not return to Fewelle? what manner of odd mission has Kalez entrusted this scribe with? he thinks.

the Rachnid then whispers, so that the princess cannot hear 'I do not wish to alarm her royal highness, but I believe there to be a plot against her family, treason is spoken openly in the streets of Crym-Z'garr, there are agents wielding the darkest powers and lurking in the shadows, this giant attack may even be related!'

Garrin can tell all is not as he originally thought, what is going on here? and what does he do?
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No. 927416 ID: 080aaf

What a... curious rumor! Where did you hear it? We will be sure to guard the princess extra closely.
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No. 927423 ID: 2cc14c

"Where are you headed, then?"
Regardless of the answer given,
"I cannot say much, but if what you say is true, then it's all the more important we reach Herron. If you can get us at least there, we'll see that you are rewarded."
The "reward" will be forgotten in the chaos after the bridge is demolished.
If we wish to go the extra mile, we can ask for spare sets of clothing to use as disguises during the trip to Herron. Which will also disappear with us.
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No. 927425 ID: 834378

Thank the merchant for this info, but tell her that you have your orders and cannot change your destination. Explain that you're still in need of coin, for protection purposes of course, so perhaps she could draft an agreement.

A contract to borrow a certain amount of money with the crown as collateral. So later, after we repay the money, we get the crown back.
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No. 927430 ID: daa216

Nod and say that you agree. Ask then for free transit to the nearest inn and see if you can borrow a set of clothes from the scribe.
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No. 927450 ID: 0dd003

"If you ignore the princess, you are SO ruined. Or damned."
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No. 927574 ID: 9876c4

>>927430
Basically this

They're obviously in a hurry to be somewhere else.
We have rank, but let's not push our luck.
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No. 928110 ID: e9d41b
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928110

Garrin's face betrays no reaction'I see' he replies calmly
your warning is appreciated but we must get to Herron, we'll also need disguises, I insist you help us

the merchant seems ready to provide further objection, but decides to keep her own counsel. .

disguises first, do you have any clothing for sale?Garrin asks sternly
yes, I've receive clothing in barter the scorpion says, Garrin suspects she received it mostly from thieves.

Garrin offers the crown once again, but the scribe shakes her head.
no no! no need to pay, Her royal highness seal is all I will need'

the scorpion motions for Garrin to have a look inside the cart
'I will write a list of purchase for the royal treasury once you have picked out what suits you'

Describe the type of clothing Garrin picks out
if you'd like to draw a design or post an image consider using the discussion thread!

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No. 928111 ID: e9d41b

https://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/res/111417.html#128853
through any designs here!
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No. 928112 ID: 080aaf

For the princess, ideally something comfortable for long rides that can disguise and obscure her form to make her harder to recognize. I'm talking cloaks, I'm talking big poofy hats, I'm talking soft furs!
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No. 928114 ID: aa83d3

No, too much clothing and they'll realize you're hiding something. Cover her face with bandages and goggles, then give her light torso armor and dye her scales brown. And whichever weapon she can use best.

Same goes for you guys, get add-on equipment for your armor that looks drab, worn, yet functionable.
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No. 928118 ID: daa216

Have her design an outfit for the men, then just take her clothes off of her for the princess. It is for the greater good after all.
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No. 928223 ID: 2202fb

>>928118
that is really really shitty.
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No. 928322 ID: daa216

So you're saying you like the idea then?
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No. 928351 ID: 3aa3d9

I agree with the person above. Why waste time finding an outfit for the princess when a suitable one is right there? Just tell the woman to give her clothes to us. it will be quicker than wasting time we could be moving. (Honestly in that cart they probably don't have enough outfits anyways.)
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No. 928477 ID: 54c395

>>928351
Yes this
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No. 928768 ID: ac6625

>>928118
That for the princess.

As for Garrin and Garcio, maybe some sort of "cover up" type clothes over your gear. Avoid bright colors. An ideal blend of beige, gray, and white might do. Never go all black, idiot assassins, thieves, and spies dress up like that and then wonder how they get caught.
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No. 928838 ID: 834378

Some low-tier adventurer stuff. Lots of leather.
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No. 928907 ID: 8275cf
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928907

'Garcio and I will look like bodyguards in any situation compared to her royal highness' slight frame, we'd best play the part of mercenaries' Sir Garrin states

'ah yes!' the merchant scribe says with what might approximate a smile 'I have some tarnished armor and leathers that would serve well'

As for the princess, I think the dress you're wearing now would suit her well'[/]

[i]m-my robe?
the scorpion chitters, confused.

yes you're about her size and shape, and she'd be more convincing dressed as a wealthy individual Garrin knows the truth of his words, the princess has no experience in deception, keeping her disguise close will be easier to maintain. 'unless you have an objection to serving your royal family' he adds

no! no! I will give anything for her royal highness, it is an honor that she would wear my colors the scribe insists and claps two of her hands. A pair of feline servants emerge, the scorpion whispers to them and Garrin is convinced he hears the two handmaidens snicker in response.
one of them carefully removes her outer robe and collects and grabs a fresh under robe from a cabinet, the second servant gathers additional clothing.
Garrin takes the clothes offered for himself and Garcio.

Garcio throws the handmaidens a smile that has earned many beds, the two women smile back.

The Princess takes the robes handed to her but looks a little embarrassed at having taken the woman's outfit.'Thank you for your assistance, the crown will not forget this generosity'

The scorpion gives a bow in response.

The royal continues after some slight hesitation '. . .I'll need some assistance dressing, I cannot remove this Armour myself'

The scribe shifts uncomfortably in her under robe 'my wagon offers enough chambers to dress in privacy' she explains 'Ming and Ling are well trained they can take good care of you your highness . . . I regret that I employ no manservant, I suppose I can dress your knights myself if they need assistance'

Princess Reefa looks to Garrin, clearly interested in his opinion.

who will be applying the disguises?
A) the handmaidens can dress the princess, the men can dress themselves
B) Garrin will accept the scorpions assistance in dressing, the hand maidens can dress the princess
C) Garrin and Garcio will take a hand maiden each, the scorpion can dress the princess.
D) Garrin will dress the Princess himself, it's not safe to leave her alone with these strangers
E) another option?

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No. 928908 ID: 080aaf

B.
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No. 928909 ID: 094652

E - You're going to let the princess at least try to dress herself. After she's done putting on the base parts, you'll receive instructions from the handmaidens on the accessories and knots.
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No. 928911 ID: 54c395

D- you can never be too safe
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No. 928926 ID: 9876c4

C, senor.
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No. 928934 ID: daa216

B. You'll be with the princess for some time, so you can strike there later. Right now you'll want to be close with these lovely and now lightly clothed scorpion. If she hesitates to the suggestion, just say something about your wings being delicate and needing help getting undressed because of it.
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No. 928974 ID: 8991cb

B - Keep your friends close, your enemies closer.
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No. 928980 ID: 58b4f3

>>928907
D

You need to make sure she stays safe. Getting to see her naked is a bonus.
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No. 928999 ID: bef60d

D. Can't trust anyone right now.
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No. 929012 ID: 2cc14c

Express D as the most secure, as one of you should be with her at all times and of the two bodyguards, you are more... professional. If her highness objects, allow A, but insist on monitoring their silhouttes through a thin sheet of cloth. Better paranoid and ready than lax and unready.
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No. 929017 ID: 8eaf98

>>929012
seconding this.
the cats are cute!
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No. 929687 ID: 8275cf
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Garrin doesn't trust the scribe, nor does he want the princess to leave his sight for a number of reason, especially if she'll be naked and defenseless 'It isn't safe to be alone with them, your highness I will dress you myself' the magpie's minds excitedly dwells on the necessary process of undressing Reefa.

the non-imaginary Reefa gives a confused look 'not safe? what possible danger could there be?'

Garrin blinks having been asked such an obvious question 'these people, we cannot trust them Princess'

Princess Reefa's response is quick and harsh.'these people are citizens of the realms! this Merchant has offered me the very robe off her back! they've offered to clothe and take care of us! I will not spit in the face of loyalty to the crown, on baseless paranoia!'

Garrin is confused by the princess's defense of these boot lickers, he tries a compromise 'You must remain in my sight your highness, I insist for your safety. perhaps you can be dressed behind a thin screen or-'

-but the princess is clearly not interested. you Insist?! that is not your right! you serve my family you do not command it!
Garrin attempts to counter but the royal does not give him the chance 'I refuse to hide in fear from my own people! I will not treat every man woman and child as a potential assassin! I will not remain in your sight at all times. If you cannot protect me under these conditions . . . W-Well I'll have to find someone else. . . someone more competent to protect me!'
Princess Reefa's posters is defiant and eager to burst into another rant, but she waits for a response first.

Garrin will have to choose his next words or actions carefully
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No. 929690 ID: e51896

Uh-oh... uhhh, um... kiss her?
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No. 929691 ID: c1212a

Princess, if you ever misjudge someone's character, I'm going to be the one who lives to regret it. There's been one attempt on your life today and rumors there may be more, so I implore you to pick a better time to fraternize with your subjects or replace your bodyguard detail.

-or-

Fine!
>Fine!!!
fine!!!
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No. 929692 ID: 54c395

“Princess I have served under the duchess for thirty years, and in that time I have learned that danger can strike at any moment. It is less the fact that I do not trust these people and more that to protect you properly I cannot let my eyes off you without you being in danger.” Speak in a calm and kind tone to her
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No. 929693 ID: ad51b8

(Sigh)
Princess, while I understand that this trip has been... frustrating, and I understand that you wish to travel with your head held high to let the world know that you are unafraid of it and all it's hardships. My job is to see to your protection. Which means I look for the safest path, which means that I HAVE to see every man, women, and child as a potential threat as if I make even a single wrong call it could mean your health or even your life. Just once is all it would take for me to fail in my duty to you. That is why I insist on these conditions as you call them because while it may be far from ideal I much rather you be uncomfortable then grievously harmed or worse. HOWEVER...(sigh) I do admit that I may be asking to much of you as I am use to traveling in the company of solders who are more use to such... conditions and have trained to handle them while you have never had the need to do so.

So perhaps it might be best for us to compromise here. I wish to take the safest route possible and damn everything else but you wish to travel with your head held high and send a message that you are undaunted by whatever potential enemies my be larking out there. So let us try and find a middle ground that, while neither of us may be happy with the result, we should at least be able to accept it. Does this sound fair?


________________
so here's my 2 cents
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No. 929694 ID: 2cc14c

Princess, it's because I serve your family that I must do this. Your neck is indeed yours to risk, but you have to remember those you love. My job isn't to stop you from trusting your people, but to see that your return to your family met with happiness and joy at your safe arrival rather than mourning and grief at your death. So please, don't make me choose between you and them.
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No. 929702 ID: daa216

"As you wish." Bow and then let her go.
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No. 929706 ID: 9876c4

>>929690
>>929702
These strike me as the most Spy options, to be honest.
We work behind the scenes, and don't do speeches.
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No. 929708 ID: a664e3

>>929687

In the future, it is almost certain that we will be asking even more of the princess. Things which are more important to the mission given to us by the Duchess. Do we really want the princess to be in a rebellious spirit when the time comes to ask such things of her?

There may be a time to overwrite the princess' autonomy for the sake of the mission, but that is not at this moment. For now, we should relent. Apologize for your disrespect towards her authority, and allow the scorpion to dress her outside of your watchful eye. She's a pawn of the Duchess, so you can trust that she will not interfere with your mission. A drop of leniency here will make up for a lot of the strictness to come, as it will prove that you are more than a mindless follower of the rules.

(And if your personal goal is to win her affection, then she would certainly think better of you as someone who has shown her respect than someone who gave little care to her own opinions.)
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No. 929715 ID: ab1fe9

There are those with greater competence and skill than myself, Princess, and I would wish, most fervently, that they were here to protect you instead of me. The greatest swordsman in the land, or the finest hero of any war you could name, however, would have same problems that I do: first that any harm that comes to you would mean their head, and second that they cannot protect anyone who is not within reach of their blade. Perhaps I am overzealous, or overcautious, but I ask you, Princess: if you were in my position, knowing your life and reputation were on the line should another person suffer even a moment of sufficient indignity; how would you act towards that person?
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No. 929736 ID: 094652

"As a whole, Princess, I would find the people of this kingdom competent and trustworthy. As people who depend on each other to live and prosper, I would find no reason for them to betray their most important light in these dark times. But take a single set of people from that comfortable and stalwart whole, and they will find themselves at a loss of what to do when their friends would have helped them make complex decisions. This moment, we have taken this one seamstress and her party away from the public, and forced her specifically to make decisions that prioritize herself and her most beloved over the concerns of rest of the world without the consent or advice of her usual circle of peers.

In the castle I take long breaks, make leeway for protocol, and I don't obsess about the safety of the royal family every second of every day. I can depend on hundreds of guards to take shifts so we can rest and stay sane. But here, we are the only guards protecting you, and we will do our job and make our decisions, just as she will do hers."
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No. 929783 ID: a539f7

Sometimes a little discretion goes a long way. I'm sure a few moments out of sight won't be too much a compromise.
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No. 929818 ID: 080aaf

Fine!
B-baka.
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No. 929932 ID: 688dd6

>>929708
Agreed.
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No. 929962 ID: ac6625

>>929708
I can stand behind that.
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No. 929963 ID: 91ee5f

>>929708
Do this.
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No. 930524 ID: 8275cf
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Garrin is sorely tempted to point out the obvious flaws in her logic.
This time her relents.'forgive me, I spoke too boldly, do as you must.' Garrin responds with a bow

The princess smiles, and allows the two feline hand maidens to lead her into one of the carriage chambers.
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No. 930525 ID: 8275cf
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Garcio seems less inclined to enter the cramped space, and Garrin hear's

it's only when Garcio's playful antics reaches the level where he strips entirely naked that Garrin takes note.
Garcio appraises the scribe casually 'hmm I've never cracked a carpid before, I wonder if those plates pinch'

the scribe responds with a glazed expression staring at his body,'no no! the armor will be a perfect fit' she mutters missing the true point of his statement.

Garcio can only sigh, his heart obviously not in this endeavor 'you just gonna stand there and stare? either get my clothes on or take yours off?'

this the scorpion seems to grasps the full meaning of, she blushes profusely 'm-many apologies good sir!'she fumbles with the armor in her haste to get back on task.

the other carriage chamber is open what does Garrin do?
A) Garrin waits the for the scribe to dress him there.
B) dresses himself quickly.
C) waits until the princess has safely emerged before dress (knowing the princess this may take a while)
D) something else?

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No. 930526 ID: 0fae41

I know you want to do C Garrin, but just try A this time. You'd hear if the other carriage took off or something like that.
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No. 930527 ID: f442a4

A: Wait for the scribe so you can disappoint after undressing that horse.
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No. 930531 ID: e51896

D: go around the carriage where no one can see you, and put your ear against the carriage to try to pick up on what the princess will be saying

Or A
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No. 930533 ID: daa216

A: Let her change you. You might want to think some thoughts about the princess getting changed if you want to look half as "impressive" as your horse companion.
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No. 930535 ID: c1212a

Make sure nobody's sneaking around trying to nick your stuff.
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No. 930540 ID: 9876c4

Etiquette demands that you accept the assisstance.
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No. 930554 ID: a664e3

A. If you go in and change now, all members of your party will be distracted at once. By waiting for Garcio to be finished, you can stay vigilant while he is being dressed, and he... well... The threat of a competent guard watching them may be enough to keep them from any unscrupulous behavior.
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No. 930558 ID: b1b4f3

>>930525
C or A. Gotta do your job until someone else can keep an eye out. If everyone is inside, nobody is outside watching for hostiles.
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No. 930560 ID: 8eaf98

seconding A or C, leaning C
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No. 930566 ID: a539f7

A.

I mean.. Extra hands are extra hands.
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No. 930955 ID: 8275cf
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flushed with embarrassment the scribe puts her many limbs to good use and dresses Garcio with almost panicked haste.
* * *
The scorpion leads Garrin into the other carriage, adopting a servile demeanor to sooth further humiliation. 'please forgive me, the heat of the sun proves to much for me on this day' she speaks as she fans herself desperately
How does Garrin handle the scribe?
A) he orders her to dress him quickly (he needs to get back to standing guard for the princess)
B) he shows off to her (exploit her obvious weakness)
C) he questions her (there's information to by had)
D) he undresses her while she dress him (maybe she needs to cool off?)
E) He flirts with her (Garrin could use a distraction from the princess)
F) something else?

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No. 930956 ID: f442a4

Give her the D. I mean, choose D. Proper temperature regulation is important.
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No. 930957 ID: 0fae41

D. She could be hiding a weapon under there. You know, other than the ones resting next to her head and spine.
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No. 930960 ID: c1212a

Be honest Garrin, will B, D or E result in you getting humbled?

B&E, always a good combo.
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No. 930967 ID: 4854ef

D, it's quite obvious she's getting flustered over things.
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No. 930973 ID: 9876c4

D but keep it businesslike.
Remember what you want. You must maintain control, and you can have the world.
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No. 930981 ID: daa216

D. Can't have her overheating now can we?
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No. 930993 ID: a11372

b
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No. 931008 ID: 54c395

B and D
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No. 931010 ID: 8eaf98

>>930955
ima go with E
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No. 931038 ID: a539f7

B.

Pull down that waistband and show off Big Bird. There's some cheeks to turn rosy.
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No. 931039 ID: a9af05

>>930955
D

But be completely serious about it. In other words, your only motivation for undressing her is to help her cool off and you're not making excuses to see her naked.
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