"We can use this to find him." Tjruna pocketed the badge. "We can ask around Vreiwher, see if anyone's seen a boy wearing a shirt this color. We can also see what they know about the Order of the Blade."
Dorvakin walked into the general store and went inside. He walked to the owner of the store and asked "Would you happen to have something that could wake me up a little? I was attacked and didn't sleep much." The owner said "I have just the thing." He pulled out a blue potion and said "Just got these in last week. They're called "Rejuvenate Potions." One sip gives you a full night's rest, in 5 minutes." Dorvakin looked at the potion and asked "How much?" The owner thought for a second and said "I'm afraid it's five gold coin. They're not easy to make." Dorvakin was tired enough to fork over the coins and buy the potion. He figured he would drink it later.
Went Tjruna entered the pub she went straight to the counter to talk to the bartender. "How many people do you have serving here?"
"Just me." The man responded, giving her an odd look for the question.
"A few weeks ago a caravan came through this way, it should've held some royal guards and a young boy. Are you familiar with anything like that?" The man thought for a minute as he cleaned a glass with a rag.
"The caravan, no. But a palace guard did come in here not so long ago with a boy. I'd say he looked about fifteen. That your kid?"
"Sounds like it." She said, pulling the badge from her pocket. "Was the kid wearing this?" The man nodded. "Start talking."
Dorvakin then asked "Another question. Have you seen any royalty around these parts. Maybe a caravan of some sort?" The shopkeeper said "Now that you mention it. I have seen some guards with some boy. Must have been about fourteen or something. Is that helpful?" Dorvakin said "Yes. Did this boy happen to be wearing dark blue clothing with pieces ripped out." The shopkeeper answered "I didn't get a good look at any tears but the boy was wearing dark blue."
"They didn't say much." The bartender responded. "Seemed to me like the guard wasn't too keen on bringing the boy in here. Must've been some noble's kid, they're always uptight about bringing hem around."
"Any idea where they were headed?" He shook his head.
"No. But a group of fellows followed them out. A rowdy bunch who like to speak ill of the king." Tjruna raised an eyebrow.
Dorvakin asked "They come in here?" The shop keeper answered "No. They just went past. Though I did see those ruffians that hate the king exit the tavern after one of them stopped by it." Dorvakin said "Interesting."
"Those men. Do they call themselves members of The Order of The Blade?" The bartender nodded.
"They do. And they like to stiff on their payments. 'Forget' a coin or two. Nasty lot."
"Where do they like to gather?"
"Up the road just outside of town, heading North. Another group of palace guards went up that way a few days after I saw the boy, like they were looking for something. But they left soon after." Tjruna nodded.
"Thanks for the word." She left one of the coins on the bar and went outside to wait for Dorvakin.
Dorvakin asked "Are they called The Order of the Blade, perchance?" The shopkeeper said "I don't know. What I do know is that they leave their gathering place, go to that tavern, drink like nobody's watching and come here to steal my wares. They aren't well liked but no one is brave enough to stand up. Just head north and you'll find them." Dorvakin said "Thank you." and he left to talk to Tjurna.