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Jalette returns to clean the temple, she seems to do it with force, pressing the mop hard against the floor it's obvious she's angry about something. She mutters angrily under her breath.
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The temple guardian notices the vigorously, angrily mopping woman. He says nothing, but disappears to the kitchen. As she works, a pleasant aroma begins to fill the sanctuary.

When she's exhausted or finished and takes a moment to rest, she is brought a hot cup of spiced black tea and milk, as well as some soft-baked cinnamon cookies. They are set out for her and he offers her a smile before returning to his post.
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After sharing a lovely meal with the guardian she spent the rest of the day at the temple conversing with him. Taking a few cookies for the road before parting of course with a big smile on her face and probably forgetting why she was angry in the first place.
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Two young girls have been brought by a Sister and an armored man in the Temple of Ilmater. The Sister would have been seen matching for them all night, preparing poultices and sewing on ragged pieces of cloth. Candles alight in the chapel for them, they seem cared for, kept warm and fed, and protected by the Ilmatari working in the Temple. Lullabies and tales can sometimes be heard for who lends an ear...
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