Quing wrote:It does surprise me a little that Lord Rovere's mansion is still so intact, however. You'd think that a guy as wealthy as he was would have had his house looted early on. Yet when the party enters the house, there's a MEDICINE there! There's this woman in town who really wants that medicine, and she doesn't rob Rovere's house?! He's dead! And he doesn't have any retainers guarding his house. What's going to happen to her as a negative result of the theft? Nothing. The citizens of this town are really virtuous, really stupid, or so exhausted that the thought of leaving their house fills them with despair.
Quing wrote:All right, I can see your point with the treasure boxes thing (though it does seem lazy to me to have a medicine in close proximity to a woman who wants medicine). I still think, though, that Rovere's mansion is remarkably intact. I mean, we see some distirbance of order in the house, but there's still stuff of value there to my recollection (some books, the shelf itself, etc.). While the things we see there aren't mostly necessities, I still think there would have been a time before the general despair settled in during which many people would have ransacked the house more than it has been.
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