Brother Joseph knew in his heart that he was going to die in Brin.
Consumed with grief, Joseph kneeled at the foot of his bed and prayed. As he did so, tears streamed down his face. “Iridia, I don’t want to die in this cold, miserable village. I don’t want to bury any more of my men. I just want to go home. I miss my family so badly. Please, deliver us from our enemy. I am just so tired, so very tired…”
The first floor is sparsely furnished with a table, four chairs and a wood-burning stove. At night, blankets are rolled out for the footmen and squires to sleep on. A trapdoor in the floor leads to a cellar where the arms, armor and personal effects of their slain comrades are stored. Three bunk beds can be found on the second floor. Because they do the bulk of the fighting,
Brothers Andrew, Loren and Joseph are afforded bed space. The other three bunks are used by wounded soldiers.
|The Command House |
Wooden Walls: 6” thick, Break DC 20, Hardness 5, Hit Points 60 (per 10x10 section);
Front Door (good wooden door): 1.5” thick, Hardness 5, Hit Points 15, Break DC Stuck 16/Locked 18/Barred 25. The door has no lock, but can be secured from within with a sliding wooden bar.