Used to transport costumes, set, and props for their plays.
A deserted spot in the woods where Nicolas first meets the players.
The Copper Tray
A prop used to echo the sound of thunder.
People wear them in life as a disguise or to feel the freedom to play a role.
A place in a place that is never named where the story takes place.
Provides lodging for the players during their stay in the unnamed town.
The home to Richard de Guise.
An open field inside the castle where the jousting competitions take place.
Thomas Wells had traveled here with his family to sell a cow, and was murdered on his way back home.
The one-window house is built of stone and enclosed by a timber fence.
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