Thomas the Innkeeper doesn’t know much of what’s going on in Kensla, but hopes that the troubles don’t reach Denison’s Crossing. He is confident that the toll guards stationed here will be able to handle any trouble. If asked about the baron’s huntsman, Sir Padrin, the Innkeeper becomes animated. He exclaims that was the best four days of business he had in a long time. Not since those mages stopped here on their way to the Golden House. The huntsman and his party eat ate and drank lavishly and then paid their bill promptly each time they left. Although the wolf skins he huntsman brought the second time stunk. Thomas will inquire after the huntsman health. If informed about the huntsman being in the stock he looks crestfallen and mutters that he hopes that it gets sorted out.
I need to rewrite the section so that it is speaking in Thomas' voice. So throughout the week I will be working on this and the rest of the document.
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