After long discussions with each other and with Benwick, the party decides it is best to inform Lord Drysdale of the letter to Toraash, and of Ronnik‘s attempt to harm the party.
Drysdale welcomes the emissaries of the Prince, and the Dwarf from the north. He asks the party to stay for a discussion of what to do, which the party tries to decline, as they want to avoid Ronnik. A guard suggests that they hide upstairs and hear what Ronnik has to say about his accusations.
Ronnik avoids the issue and after realizing that conversation about what to do with the militia is going nowhere, Lia decides to make their presence known.
After some coersion Ronnik admits his actions but suggests that he didn’t know who the hit was on, and asks for the black stone. Drysdale barely reprimands Ronnik, who storms off infuriated. Drydale aggrees to hold off on any action until a better plan can be agreed on.
At brunch the next morning Drysdale offers his protection to the party, and mentions that he will be watching Ronnik more closely. Some strategies are discussed and it is agreed that the party will venture to Enlad to try and find Thorion’s tomb before the orcs.
The party arrives at Enlad and quickly goes to the capitol of Berila. There Lia introduces herself to the governer, Kildrak attempts to gather information from local pub patrons (though it is probably too early in the day to talk to anyone important), and Breach scours the expansive libraries. Breach manages to narrow down a list of possible places that thorion could be buried. It is late in the day, but the Party comes across a tomb marked by a picture of a broken staff (among other markings) which is likely a sign for Thorion.