Garivar: And good day to you, too, daughter.Annivar: Good day, Father. (Annivar gives her father a big hug and curtsies.)Garivar: Jerrie, are my daughter's trunks packed for her journey?Jerrie: Yes, your Highness.Garivar: Good, good. We shall depart for Bourbonham at sunset!Annivar: But, Father, my studies are in Winterhaven.Wren: There's nothing in Bourbonham except bandits and that awful Queen LeStacia.Garivar: Precisely, Fool. There has been a change in plans, Annivar. We have an audience withQueen LeStacia on the morrow.Annivar: Oh, Father, not that!DUH DUH DUH!!!!!!Will Wendell teach Princess Annivar the Kama Sutra? Why is King Garivar taking his daughter tomeet Queen LeStacia? Will Wren have a job when his mistress leaves the castle?Find out next ti
Annivar, Part Two: Disturbing Currents
TODAY on ANNIVAR……
While King Garivar and Princess Annivar make preparations to depart Primhaven, a very differentscene takes place in the dark and oppressive castle of Bourbonham. Queen LeStacia holds court inher throne room.Wyman: Your majesty, I bring the daily collections from your people.LeStacia: Was there any defiance this time, Lord Wyman?Wyman: None, Highness. I believe the Wicker Street Bloodlettings was a sufficient demonstrationof what happens to those who defy your will.LeStacia: The Wicker Street Bloodlettings? Is that what they're calling it?