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Welcoming Committee [Quest: Leyaria]

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#1Leyaria Venerak 

on Tue May 01, 2018 8:44 pm

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Money was coming in pretty regularly, more than what Leyaria was expecting it to have initially, which was by no means a bad thing. In fact, it made things far easier as she was spending more and more time in Orchidia which meant that she was spending far more than what she probably ever expected to in such a short time. But, it was not as though there was any reason to be holding on to however many jewels she still had, as after all, she was bound to meet a fate in which jewels were no longer necessary. Really, nothing would be at that point, so there was really no reason for her to be cautious or mindful of what she had still, but even then, there was still a drive within her to ensure that she had some jewels. Perhaps it had been that she never had jewels in the first place, or maybe it was that she wanted to maintain some level of humanity that she still possessed, rather than it being something that she would eventually end up regretting at some point or another. Besides, even while there was no reason to carry onto the money until the very end, it did not mean that she couldn’t afford to spend a bit of it now, if for no other reason than for her last days to be ones that she could enjoy. After all, she loved festivals, and there wasn’t likely to be one that would match the scale of this one, whether or not she was bound to die. There might have been one in the future, but there was really no way to know for sure one way or the other.

She had already finished a job for someone else deeper within Orchidia and was still outside of the gates, easily blending in with the tons of other people who had been coming into the city on a daily basis. There was no shortage to any of it, and by all inidcations it was not expected to stop any time soon. There was just too much word that had spread throughout the country of Fiore, and the more and more people moved in, the more the stories woul begin to spread and thereby attract more people. It was a never ending cycle, but that meant that the people should not have been able to also enjoy themselves while they were at it, and they were. As well, the people who were working within Orchidia beyond just the capacity of the festival. While the merchants and cooks who were working at the festival were making a good deal of money, there were also the merchants who resided within the city that were profiting from it. From the merchants who had stores and shops open, to the people running the taverns and inns, to the people who had other occupations that attracted people. They were making money too, and they wanted Leyaria to further them profit.

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#2Leyaria Venerak 

on Tue May 01, 2018 8:44 pm

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It was a man who was just outside of the gates and claimed to have noticed Leyaria earlier. Whether or not that was true, it was certainy possible, as she had been there time and time again, not just due to the festival, but also in the past. So it was posisle that they knew who they were, but more likely it was just an educated guess, more because she did not appear to be someone wgoing forward and just allowing ho was dressed for the festival, which she figured she might have invested in at some point down the line, but not right now. Either way, the man hoped for her to pass out some vouchers, made up of a number of advertiserments written u and paid for by businesses that were in Orchidia. Whether it was a forge, a tavern, a jeweler, there were no shortage eof people who were willing to invest into this voucher system, and it made complete sense when one considered it. Orchidia was about to get more traffic in the next couple of weeks than it would likely ever get in a gien year, maybe even over the course of ad ecade. It would have been a mistake to believe that just allowing this to happen and not expecting to take some level of advantage with this level of traffic would be foolish. Foolish enough that even the most violent and tragic acts like killing off an owner because they refused to do business would be understood, perhaps even accepted.

She had been given a large amount of vocuhers, as well as a bit of jewels as though it were a payment up front for her work. While she could have just sat back and thrown the vouchers away, having been completely satisifeid with her money, she figure to go ahead and give the vouchers out as she was able. There was money to be made, and likely if she were to bring people in to some businesses, it was possible, if not maybe a bit naďve to assume that they would return the favor. She figured that it was a worthwhile effort, if for nothing more than a couple minutes worth of work. With how many people that were coming in, it would only be a case of a few minutes at the very most that she was going to have to spend wlaking around and giving the vouchers to the people that were passing about. Most ended up taking the vouchers, some did not want them, and those that did not want them were simply passed on for someone else who woul be likely to take them. It wasn’t clear if they were going to ever end up going to such a place, but at the very least, it would be worthwhile, especially if there were a case of a person going to a jeweler who woul repay Leyaria with some nice earrings or something to that effect. Worth the risk.

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