Wednesday, May 21, 1650
It is the next day. Last night, Tenzig made arrangements for Emmanuel, Andrej and Delfig to sleep in a hostel near the front gate, at the cost of a silver piece each. Arrangements were made for Jan's things, discounting those clothes needed for his burial: a cloak, a 3" silver holy symbol, a set of oaken prayer beads, Hornung's pendant, a pair of low, cowhide boots, a comb, a small belt pouch and a pair of grey woolen gloves. What coin he may have had was taken, though by who you can only guess.
You were given a chance to speak with Carlo, who cannot say how the fight inside the carriage started. He was riding on top, heard the commotion beneath and soon afterwards found his face smothered under cloth. He lost control of the wagon, did not see the tree before hitting and had a recollection of flying through the air. When he woke, it was dark. He staggered to the road, found Jan in the carriage covered in blood, still barely alive. Carlo was able to flag down the milk deliverer, but though they moved Jan to the wagon, he died on his way to Bern. Carlo does not remember any peasant, never saw a peasant and did not know he was leaving a body behind when the wagon took him and Jan to town. Although the conversation happened the night before, I will still answer any questions. On your word with Tenzig, Carlo will be released. He intends to return to his carriage to salvage it. He has a partner in Olten, who he will send a boy to fetch, and feels he will be able to return to his business in a week or two.
Delfig and Andrej are able to heal a point of damage each (if they need it), and may consider themselves at full spell ability. The question arises: what now?