[color=blue]Henri de Tours agrees with Manius and he urges the banquette to continue without any talk of business. The banquette continues and is a quite pleasant evening. Itâ€™s a sharp contrast to the hard boiled pig of Ad Fons covenant. The food is excellent and seasoned with spice from far away, the wine is an elegant red wine from Burgundy and the entertainment in form singing mistrals and the odd tall tale that are told. As the evening pass onto night the banquette comes to an end. The magi are taken care of and each gets a separate room in Henri de Tours townhouse.
[color=blue]In the morning you are invited after breakfast to Henri de Tours private audience hall, outside his sanctum, where he asks the magi to take a seat. When all magi have taken their seats Henri de Tours call upon his servants. Four servants come into the chamber each of them carrying a tome, they place the tomes in front of the magi. Here are some of the covenant finest tomes, Henri says as the tomes are placed in front of the gusting magi. Henri continues to speak, it is Gregorius Ex Bonisagus work â€œThe metaphysics of the human mindâ€, â€œRule and orderâ€ by Octavius Ex Tremere, â€œThe bright shadow of Arcadiaâ€ by Semifractus Ex Merinita and â€œThe metaphysics of the human bodyâ€ by Gergorius Ex Bonisagus. All magi recall these titles as good works on the arts of Mentem, Rego, Imaginem and Corpus. We also has a list of other tomes in our libraries that could be available on demand, Henri pauses and continues. I have a work on the art of Mentem that is being written and if you wish there could be a copy made up for you. We have several tomes but Mentem, Rego, Imaginem and Corpus are our specialities, be assured that theses are not the only good tomes available. Henri looks each of the assembled magi in the eyes as he speaks the last words.