Sundays at the Treehouse

Day 8i Mama Burma's Orphans [Draft]

Waking up, I looked in on my other companions. Serp was fumbling around, on some kind of herbs, tripping over nothing. Luna tried to talk to their new goat friend, who they have named 'Old Sammy'. Kaz was sharpening skull's teeth…all morning. Our new companion, khemed did some sort of ritual meditative changing early in the morning. Just looked grumpy about it though, and sat in a corner for the rest of the morn. He did receive a map of the area from Lord Ellington, very beautifully detailed.

Once everyone is awake and prepared, we head out, to the south to find the farm Lord Ellington told us to check out. It was only about an hours walk away. There is a large farmhouse, which looks to be the main building, and a newer building likely to be the orphanage. There is a woman yelling at a young man outside. Serp tried to talk to her, but she doesn't seem to understand her well, thinks Serp is wants to eat the children for some reason. She seems very confused by our group in general. She just babbles on, doesn't seem to know much other than that the children are missing during the day. Her name is Mama Burma, the young man being George. George shows us around after convincing the woman to just go back to work and he'll handle us. He seems to know more on what happened to the missing children. He takes us to the kid's rooms. They are dorm-style, each kid having their own bed and small space for belongings. Each seems to have a small trinket, personal item sitting by their bed. Three of the children, who are always together, have dolls that George tell us, look like the children. One, Mia's, seems to be missing. The other two dolls belong to a girl and a boy, Aren and Weast.



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