"A good a place to start as any," Merry replied, glancing at the steadily filling tavern and sparing little more than a glance at the commotion coming from outside. It appeared that fights weren't exactly noteworthy in these parts and, so long as it stayed outside and didn't mess too much with incoming custom, the former Captain seemed unperturbed. "Can you take orders from folk at the tables for me an' collect empty glasses? I best start tackling that crowd at the bar." She gave the young woman's arm a final squeeze and smiled. "Mighty glad to see you, Em," she added as she headed back toward the bar, punters moving instinctively to shift out of her way.BrookeDi wrote: ↑Sun Apr 01, 2018 3:02 am"That sounds grand and I can't thank you enough." Having somewhere to operate from while she figured out how to get her ship and sister back. Em allowed a small measure of sentimentality to show as she hugged her old mentor once more. "Right, so where do I start?" The musician had, thankfully, stopped playing the violin, so things were already looking up! And quite a few people had shown up while Em had been hogging the Sea Goddess's owner. "Take some orders?" She suggested.
"Sorry for the delay, ladies and gents. Bit short staffed but help is on the way. Who's first and what can I getcha?"