Wild Noon Meadow
I just told you! I'm here for a change of clothes, like you suggested, and to cause more trouble. Lisella's shop is one of the most profitable in town, and she's certainly the richest merchant. Though you wouldn't know it from looking at the old hag.
>Any reason not to just kill her and take her things? Make sure to walk, not run.
There are guards posted outside, probably on her private payroll.
This whole place smells of incense and beans. Everyone in this damn town eats beans. Cans and cans of beans on all the shelves, along with dried meat, butter, bread, salt, even some tea. All the necessities. Coils of rope and saddles can be found somewhere behind the counter, if I recall. There are some figurines on the shelves, maps and tapestries on display, a ship in a bottle (really now?), musical instruments, and all manner of curios. On the counter is a very fine-looking crystal decanter and an open jar of milkwood candies. Lisella does good business because she trades in just about everything, I guess.
She speaks without glancing up from her canning.
>"I didn't expect you'd still be alive, Muschio. Well, what are you getting today?"