Quiberron walks to where Sabal is moving the bodies. He is looking for the corpse of the waiter who was serving Lord Fennix and finds the corpse near the wreckage of the high table. He bends over to examine the body, looking for any clues as to who the man really was. He keeps an eye out as well for anything that might be an antidote, thinking that perhaps the waiters were carrying some as a precaution against accidental exposure to the poison.
Finding nothing, Quiberron moves on to the massive bodies of the ogres. His expectations are not high, but he searches them nonetheless for valuables or clues to who hired them.
Sabal finishes hauling the smaller humanoid bodies, and approaches Quiberron as he searches the hulking fallen ogres. "I would like to help, if I can. So far, it seems, I have been the recipient of much of the help here." He gestures at Del, the gnomes, and the lady with the dog.
Quiberron finds a mark on both of the ogres. On the inside of their forearm is a poorly defined brand. It looks like some sort of animal skull. Perhaps a deer given the antlers?
At this moment, Tyrects returns from the High Lord's Chambers, after settling the lord as best as he could. Coming back to the dining room to see everyone engaged in investigation and scholarly exercises, and not knowing how to help, Tyrects thinks he can at least help with the clean-up. "Does anyone know what we should do with the bodies? These ogres especially should be moved soon."
"I have been arranging the humans in preparation for the coroner,” Sabal says from where he stands near Quiberron. “Perhaps we can move these ogres to a pyre outside once our wizard friend is finished his investigating"
"I'll move them outside then." While dragging an ogre away from Quiberron, Tyrects remarks in reference to Terrence—who was still busying his mouth with moaning, commentating, and vomiting— "If the loud one dies, I'm not eating him."
In a dangerous political climate, several expeditions are made to the infamous Wilds in hopes of expanding the country, Urbane, and avoiding an all out civil war. But, when the lord in charge of the excursions is almost assassinated, tensions increase and put new pressures on the brave explorers.