This thread is for roleplaying non-combat scenarios when the D&D group isn't playing at the table. I will start first, with my character to set the tone.
Within the embrace of Winterhaven's walls, two men were arguing over the matters of coin and philosophy, attempting to convince the other that his way was right. Both were thick and hairy men, whose girth have defeated many a belt. They were merchants. One wore a beaver cap, while the other possessed a small winged being. She looked on impassively, silently as she hovered. Granted life but lacking the motivation, she was the servant of Sabin Hellgem, who often encountered his mercantile counterpart, Ganer Galdeon. Sharing many similarities, most people would have thought these two to be comrades. They were nothing of the sort, both parting ways with a fair bit of anger. But they were masters in their trade, quickly sliding smiles and cheerful laughter into place, as each scoped out marks for commerce.
The winged fairy, emotionless and as cold as the Winter night, was cloaked in her Master's illusion. Hidden away from people who otherwise would see her, she watched. Slowly but surely learning about the world around her. She is the Master's eyes, but wasn't wise enough to serve him. The master locked his gaze on a potential mark and chatted with him, discussing the sale of valuable goods. Promises were made, debts received. Soon, her master would seek out the adventurers that Ganer had mentioned, in search of profiting from their enterprise. However, that wasn't to say that he couldn't pull his weight. In the opinion of Sabin Hellgem, the best way to succeed in life was to have connections with people. That was one of the few things that he and Ganer agreed upon. For now, the fairy did not know what to think, because she couldn't think for herself.