Interview With a General

Our murder investigation leads us on to ask questions of a diplomatic envoy, a general of his native city, who was with the councillor the previous night. The pair were heard by the councillor's butler to have been in a heated argument together, which was worthy of investigation, if only to exclude him from being a suspect.

'The general meets you in his mansion. When you enter he is waiting for you, standing at the bottom step of his stairs, flanked by two guards.'

'He's flanked by two of his own guards and he's supposed to be a strategic genius? How did he ever make general?'

Luckily, the guards don't take the opportunity to attack and we get to ask out questions. They don't really lead us anywhere though. Onwards!

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