Royal Palace, La Longi
Galvin the Bard was not happy with his current state. The king had dressed him like a fool.
He confronted the Alchemist.
“Alchemist, evil and disloyal,
Rainport pawn to you the spoil.”
The King turned his head, listening.
The Alchemist was shocked.”I do not understand your foolishness.”
“I watch in horror this little caper,
Creatures from hosen and slips of paper.
Put on airs of scientist,
Put whole country at risk.
You weave lies and tales of old,
Would make one think lead is gold.”
” Fool! That is hilarious! Well done!”
The Bard turned to the King.
Listen to the fool this day,
Tis my order to the King.
Alchemist like donkey doth bray,
And leave your men butt in sling.
Guise of innocence by day,
This charlatan sells his wares
At night engage in evil play
And ruin alls hopes and cares
The Alchemist was no longer amused.
“We are under attack you ridiculous comic! It’s time to break this siege and find answers!”
The King motioned everyone from his court.