*Two dozen Panotioi would shoot out from the temple and take to the skies; monstrous men with ears as large as their entire bodies. They'd use said ears to fly in the air like birds, while assisting the rooftop archers in taking down all the strixes and drones before they reach the temple.*
"We offer a wider selection of higher end liquors and spirits, the section is of course more private, and you'll have more accessible service. It makes much more of a difference when the ship is filled."
"Those in positions of authority are granted access to the VIP section. For example, the Captain, or Officers of the Triumvirate's security, were allowed in and out frequently with any guests they deemed fit to bring."
"Intriguing offer.. but I'm unsure. I cannot tell you if the life I lived was good or not, and my actions after death have been... far from redeemable. To think what an old, vengeful spirit like me would be sentenced to, if ever judged down there, it's enough to give fright."
*Chris would stop...
"That is a.. complicated question. You see, when you have existed this way for so long.. well, you kind of forget what you're missing. I don't even remember most of my mortal life anymore. Fragments, really. I've been used to this deathstyle of mine for a long time.. and it's not all bad...
"Not so different than most like me, I guess. I was killed violently, not buried nor given the proper rights.. nor even the slightest respect in-death, not even by friends nor family. My corpse was violated, my possessions taken, and all discarded later. Something about dying, especially in such...
*The shade bartender would reach down, pulling out a glass and placing it on the counter. He'd uncap a bottle of scotch and fill the glass, before sliding it over to Jack.*
"There you are."
*He'd cap the bottle and place it back.*
"She's staff on-board the ship; Pages, I heard her name was. Works as a Librarian on this floor, doesn't drink. Not that I know of. Apparently hooking up between Pandai is a serious thing, a female can only bear children once a lifetime."