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Stanles Lear's ApartmentsStanles Lear
Lear rikers himself into a nearby chair, affecting an air of bored indifference. "I suppose I could find some time for this," he says, yawning. "Could be fun, really. Let me check with some companions of mine who might be interested as well. How can I reach you again?"
The Wyvern Duke's Palace Inn
Ghazil Khan nods his head in formal gratitude. After looking to his footman, the latter approaches your servant with a card. Your servant accepts it onto a silver tray designed for that very purpose. Your servant holds the tray in a manner that you can retrieve the card now, if you so wish, but if you do not wish to regard it until later it would not be at all awkward for you to ignore him, the tray, and it.
As the two conduct this business, it gives Ghazil Khan a few moments to study you further. You get the distinct impression that he finds this whole transaction distasteful, but doesn't have many other options. It's unclear whether the distaste has to do with Nightmare business, having to reveal his personal problems, or something specific to you.