Some time has passed, 30 minutes, maybe an hour. Or was it more than two hours?
The horse that was released from the carriage returned. It seems true that a
well-trained horse knows to return to the carriage.
“I’ve had enough of this. I’m ending this.” Pat
At this point, I simply cut off the heads of Baron and Baroness Riggsby and
threw them into the carriage. I called out to the three hidden observers.
“There’s plenty of good food in the carriage, want to have some lunch?” Pat
There’s a large contrast between the jovial Patrick and the three men with
blood drained from their faces.
A little while later
“Is that the Baron Riggsby’s carriage? Why is it stopped? Did it have a
malfunction?” Baron Karee
The coachman for Baron Karee calls out as he stops the carriage next to the
Riggsby family carriage.
“Sir? Do you need assistance?” Baron Karee Coachman
“Hello, Baron Riggsby? This is Baron Karee, what happened? Did your carriage
break?” Baron Karee
“Oh! I’m so lucky! Can you come in and talk about the breakdown?” Voice from carriage
The coachman of Baron Karee entered the Baron Riggsby carriage to see what had
“What is wrong with the carriage?” Baron Karee called out after a few minutes
Nobody replied to him.
“What’s the problem with your carriage?” Baron Karee yells as he sticks
his head out of the carriage
“I’m yelling, but I can’t get an answer from the person inside. I’m not waiting
here forever!” Baron Karee replies to another person in the carriage
“Death to traitors!” Pat
That was the last thing Baron Karee heard as I separated his head from his body
with my sword.
“That worked, but I was so nervous the whole time! I can’t act!” Corporal Mirko
The plan we had enacted was to have Corporal Mirko hide in the Riggsby carriage
and pretend to be Baron Riggsby to distract the other carriages, while I got
into place to execute the traitorous nobles.