Ok then, I guess we're going with Faris, Kahlin, and Piper for the group heading to the jail, and Greystar and Trajan are going to meet Vilnas to search Barrett's house.
Now, we discussed back on page 40 that Jasper, before leaving, would have sent Piper a note discussing the conversation he overheard, and that the next time Piper was out, I'd have him discover the note in his office mailbox. That's most of the reason I suggested the other two filling out the assistant forms, to give Piper a reason to go back to his office before reaching the prison. I don't think we want to keep Fusion hanging much longer, so do you just want me to write the scene in Piper's office and then scurry us all away to the jail, or do you want to comment on the scene? I'll give you my basic outline if I just write the whole thing:
1. Group leaves the Whim and arrives at Piper's office.
2. Piper pulls out a one-sheet form for Kahlin and Faris to sign, and notices he's got a package.
3. Kahlin or Faris notices the package is from Jasper and remarks that Jasper was with the group up until the previous day.
4. Piper reads the notes from the package about what he overheard (this would fit with Kahlin's experience, but clearer)
5. Any discussion of this new info? I don't think it'll change what we're doing, and we'll discuss it more once the entire group reunites.
6. The group will go to the Archivist's office to get the papers stamped.
7. Piper start's sweet-talking his way into the jail. I'll then hand off either to RedSquirrel, or Kahlin greeting Ampiere, or Ampiere greeting Kahlin.
It's a full plate, but I'd really like to get Fusion back into the game as soon as possible, since he's been stuck in jail since... well, long before I joined the RP, at least... so is there any discussion, objections, snide remarks, or shall I go ahead and write the full post?
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