Arcadian Depths

Weekly Rumors 12/16/16

-The snow outside continues to fall despite the winter season passing swiftly. Many changelings stay in the court commons for safety and the Monarchs have not yet returned, probably due to the weather.

-There seems to be a hushed excitement throughout the commons. It seems the Monarch of Pentacles is feeling better.

-The man in the tower has not been seen nor checked up on. Many changelings are afraid of catching this sleeping sickness and The Monarch of Pentacles has cautioned all to stay away from the conservatory.

Weekly Rumors 12/12/6

-There has been hushed worry on the Queen of Pentacle’s health recently. The other monarchs assure that its fine but even then the flood of worry continues to spread.

-With the pass of Dia de la Constitucion, the city seems to calm back into its regular swing however people are still in joyous mood in result of the festivities.

-A strong snow has come down the last two days, it doesn’t seemed to have stopped yet. This has caused a lot of changelings to retreat to inside the court commons making it the busiest it’s been in a long while.

-The Changeling guarding the Conservatory has fallen asleep nights ago and has not reawoken.

-The Monarchs have left for a meeting with other freeholds outside of the city in exception of Lily, who is feeling under the weather and Nevada who is known for her exclusion in foreign affairs. Both have kept to themselves.

Weekly Rumors 12/5/16

-Pierre often leaves the freehold for weeks at a time. He goes mostly unnoticed by the others who already pay little attention to him.

-it’s often to see Sara add strange things to her drinks but wait is that a skull?!

-even in a time of peace, there are hushed rumours of privateers and loyalists, mostly its courtiers distrusting other courts

- the Pentacles seem to hold some sort of hushed excitement about something

-During a Swords feast, a courtier got their hand and four ribs broken.


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