"No, not yet." She wanted to look into that gem Vashir had handed her, to see what she could learn. "We leave in the morning, when we've had a full night's rest and sobered completely."
Zoroka nodded to Zig. "I appreciate you coming with me."
Now that they've sat down and talked, she felt she knew him better. She knew about his adopted son and his fears. She got a good feel for his personality and what kind of man he was. She may even one day call him a friend. But not quite yet. Clearing her throat that she might've appeared too weak just now, she shifted in Vashir's lap. "Think I can count on you to restock our supplies for the journey? We can jaunt right outside the city gates, but that would raise suspicions. We'll have to port in about a day's travel out. That means camping supplies for a night in the woods."
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