bloodreign: (flicker of the truth)
Asch of Kimlasca-Lanvaldear ([personal profile] bloodreign) wrote in [community profile] abyssdressing2012-10-11 02:30 pm

[First Proclamation] Restrict wine consumption.

[Tap, tap, tap. That's the sound of gloved fingers drumming on the stone surface before him.]

[Asch had known better, yet for some reason he'd ignored his gut instinct. There must have been something in that wine - drugs, poison, maybe even extracts from those damned Great Rugnican death caps. Whatever the case, he's clearly hallucinating. He was in the throne room just seconds earlier, and now... this! No, he should have just declined attendance, no matter how much of a slight it would have been! But of course, even as Asch runs these things over in his mind, he knows it doesn't matter and he couldn't have skipped the banquet anyhow. Not with the way things have been lately.]

[He isn't sure why he's here, can't determine what's wrong, and it's absolutely vexing. His head's perfectly clear, he's not running a fever - he can walk in a straight line. Well, whatever - there's no use in standing around mulling over impossibilities. At least a dozen guests are waiting for him, and if he doesn't show up where he's supposed to be very soon, Asch can name a few people who are going to be very upset. The thought of that kills any soothing effect being outside might've otherwise had on him.]


This has got to be the most pathetic...

[The most pathetic thing. How does anyone lose a castle?]

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