Lothar the stonemason takes a jumpstep over to the quay, relieved to finally get off the ship. Even if the trip from Bremen had been relatively calm he felt uneasy with the water all around them, and poor Wilhelm and his own son Sigfried had been seasick for most of the trip. He helps his son jump onto land and then takes the sleeping two-year old Vala from his wife so she can disembark safely. Lastly he asks one of the ship's crew to help him and Wilhelm with their baggage, especially the big wooden chest.
They move through the town of Meden, it's around noon so it's quite busy. Lothar studies the buildings as they pass by, most of them are simple but sturdy, built to withstand the recurring storms out here he guesses. Lothar and Wilhelm carries the heavy chest with the tools between them and the rest of the family follows behind them. The people they pass stop and look at them, especially at Lothar with his ugly blotched neck and chin.
They stop at one of the last buildings of the town before the natural landscape of the island unfolds itself.
"This must be it." Lothar says as he stops and looks at the old inn "Doesn't look much like an inn, does it?" he turns to his apprentice who just nods. "Definately needs some refreshing on the stonework" he murmurs as he knocks on the door twice then tries the handle of the door. As it opens he steps inside. "Hello!"
(Japik is not going to be very active in the interaction with Lothar since I prefer to play my characters against others. Feel free to use Yulia and Hjalmar as well, but they are probably busy with her pregnancy or taking care of their new-born.)