Should we ask questions as ourselves or roleplay it with characters of our own?
That's entirely up to you. My only *requirement* is that my characters reply and within my strict rule boundaries. No pressure on your side.
So ... Goat ... what's life with Dragon and Lion *really* like?
Have you ever had your head and hind legs removed and then grafted magically to a chesterfield couch and a live power cable?
It's something like that. Occasionally they don't make me want to scream.
Hey, I'm not a cheshire fled.... crouch...whassat?
PPLTTPLTPTTTTPLTPT -hee hee hee...
Lucas, my boy, a bit of advice. Make sure you mention the damn curse to any prospective Baronesses. For that matter, see if Mrs B will help you broker a deal to get Baron Elwood away from the drow in exchange for ending the curse.
Ah, yes. That thought had crossed my mind, thank you. I think it best, perhaps, discretion being the better part and all that, that I follow in my father's footsteps and see if I can't get myself an heir without indangering someone's life.
As for the dear Baron Elwood, I've got to ensure there's a kingdom to mount any potential rescue attempts from. I'll definately consider looking for him once we've got a king installed. I won't interfere, however, if someone else wants to mount a rescue beforehand. But I have a responsibility to my own people first.