The upstairs of the Tempest Inn is cleared out, and Eckhardt is marched to jail. The party get what little rest they can, and decide to wait till the morning to act. Johann however heads down the docks, looking for what little information he can gain about the citizens of Weissbruck. It’s late at night, and the folk are not in much of a mood to be conversing with strangers. Still, Johann gets some information concerning the Magistrate. Johann makes a somewhat non-subtle suggestion concerning bribes and throwing the word Magistrate in the same sentence. He’s told that the man wouldn’t take such things.
Apparently the opinion of one man is the opinion of ‘Weissbruck’ in Johann’s eyes, and Johann has made his mind up that the Magistrate seems like a ‘by the book’ kind of person.
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