This looks pretty interesting, I have to say. However, I came here to say the only thing I feel is holding this interest check back is the fact that it has been marked as a Quest.
That's like a choose-your-own-adventure sort of deal where you write the story and everyone else votes on choices...
"A stallion!? I have the best father ever! Time to show him off to all the commoners!"
"Whew... she likes him. First the armor, and now our royal steed. The royal treasury can't take much more of this, but it's all I can do to keep my daughter from screaming. Oh, gods, what will she ask for next?"
(Alcohol commercial? No? Alright then.)
"I've been through everything. War, plague, loss. And the worst part of it all is- ugh, my hair keeps getting in my eyes. I can't brood on my past if it keeps distracting me like that."
Stage Lights - I'm afraid she won't be getting her deposit back on these lights any time soon.
Causes you to be In The Spotlight when performing moves with dramatic flair during combat, improving the effects of your performance.
Black Sweater - The perfect choice for night walks. Just make sure...
Duplex Dan's Diner
Ugh, I'm not really a huge fan of this diner, but I suppose we do have an emergency right now. And after that incident at the Waffle House, this is the closest diner in town. You win this time, Duplex Dan.
I remember seeing someone want to try an art-based group roleplay before, probably around the beginning of the year. It was a pretty ambitious idea, but I have no idea how it went for them. I feel like searching for it and finding out.
"I find hats to be very... interesting. You can learn much about a person from their eyes, which is why I use this hat to conceal my own. Who knows what dangerous intentions one might uncover if they were to gaze into them?"
Colorful Garments (Outfit, Cosmetic)
I guess that's one way to express yourself.
Reismaldi (Sword, Legendary) - This weapon's true potential cannot be mastered unless it is used by someone who is skilled in fine arts such as performing and painting.
Known by many as the Sword of Abstraction...
>Yes, just get in front of him and hope he'll notice us
This seems like the easiest way to get his attention. No need to do anything rash here, and if he's got to finish what he's doing then we can wait a little longer.
You can't focus on it at this range, so tell the others to bring it closer until you can give it a telekinetic bitch slap.
Save your questions until after the fight. We aren't finished teaching this guy a lesson yet.