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For the Good of our Hard-working Companions!


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#1 Cantilenae

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Posted 21 June 2008 - 07:57 AM

Many of us sustain our livelihood through the Bazaar Vendors who oblige us in trade while we adventure. We who reap the benefits of this service should remember our duty and see that the market area is maintained in goodly fashion. I have noticed there is no fresh water being supplied at the hitching areas where visitors are obliged to leave their steeds! While I attempt to provide such when I am infrequently there, my efforts are not nearly enough!!

I call on all who visit the Bazaar to join an effort to address these appalling conditions! There are plenty of stray human children running about; can't one be enslaved or bribed to tend this area? Let these pens be regularly cleaned and provided with plentiful drinking water and fodder for our charges left there!

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Cantilenae Solemarahel, Ranger for Hire


A Stinky Pen - - -
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The organic reek of feces rises from the hay covered ground. Hoof and
foot prints litter the area. Flies dart manically about, waiting for food.
A large wooden fence encircles this mud pit, preventing mount from escaping.
There is no ceiling, preventing the horrid scent from becoming overwheling.
A small wooden sign hangs on the pen's wall.
A tall, wooden hitching post stands in the middle of the pen.
A wild, black-tailed horse grazes peacefully here.
A wild, black-tailed horse grazes peacefully here.
A wild, black-tailed horse grazes peacefully here.
A wild, black-tailed horse grazes peacefully here.



A wild, black-tailed horse is in good health.
a wild, black-tailed horse looks thirsty.

A wild, black-tailed horse is in good health.
a wild, black-tailed horse looks thirsty.

A wild, black-tailed horse is in good health.
a wild, black-tailed horse looks thirsty.

A wild, black-tailed horse is in good health.
a wild, black-tailed horse looks thirsty.



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#2 Safeguard

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Posted 29 June 2008 - 03:48 PM

Aye! my poor horse has also fallen victim to this as well! how would you like it if i rode you in there and tied them up without food or water!

A Stinky Pen - - -
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The organic reek of feces rises from the hay covered ground. Hoof and foot prints litter the area. Flies dart manically about, waiting for food. A large wooden fence encircles this mud pit, preventing mount from escaping. There is no ceiling, preventing the horrid scent from becoming overwheling.
A small wooden sign hangs on the pen's wall.
A tall, wooden hitching post stands in the middle of the pen.
A wild, black-tailed horse grazes peacefully here.
Duende, a black-tailed immortal grazes peacefully here.
A wild, black-tailed horse grazes peacefully here.
A wild, black-tailed horse grazes peacefully here.




A wild, black-tailed horse is in good health.
a wild, black-tailed horse looks thirsty.

Duende, black-tailed horse is in good health.
a wild, black-tailed horse looks thirsty.

A wild, black-tailed horse is in good health.
a wild, black-tailed horse looks thirsty.

A wild, black-tailed horse is in good health.
a wild, black-tailed horse looks thirsty



#3 Cantilenae

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Posted 01 July 2008 - 09:01 AM

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#4 Vlidash

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Posted 07 July 2008 - 11:45 PM

Aye, the horses should all be put out of their misery. If ye likes, I'll take up the job for a nominal fee of 100,000 gold peices, plus expenses of course.