Re: Old Ways IC
Moving to the east side of the mill reveals it to be much larger than it appears from the north. Walking the length of the building reveals four windows, now boarded over and regular door almost at the southeast corner. Around the southside of the mill another large main door, this one boarded shut and sporting a large, rusty lock.
The mill sits right on the riverbank with a large waterwheel, now tangled with river grass, resting in the water. The area around the mill is quiet, but one can hear the river lapping against the now-fixed wheel and a slight creak of the mill in the wind.
Constable Roland by Balford
Who in this world is sadder than the Ice King?