As Barley has asked the castle in general, the stone walls cannot speak back to him.
However, as the host of the party has mentioned before, there is a stack of rolled up scrolled maps on the front table along with candle sticks to light the way.
"Okay, it was nice talking to you." ==> Exits the EAST CORRIDOR and enters the THEATER.
Louis enters the THEATER.
There are many people here, seated in various plush chairs, all whispering gently to each other. The lights begin to dim.
Until otherwise compelled, Etienne will not be taking part in the festivities or be seen around the majority of the castle. He sends his apologies to all of his guests.
"Yeah, lucky." No, that wasn't a hint of jealously in her voice, what makes you think that? "So it sounds like they're just scattered around in different rooms?" After all the changing happened with the castle she wasn't sure where anything was anymore."I probably should start looking around then."
"Good luck. I think I’m going to go have some food, though. I hope you find one too."
==> Searches the MAIN HALL for a half empty wine bottle while '...-ing' at everyone.
You found a full bottle of wine!
The boy stares up at Etienne with red eyes, borderline brown and gives a smile.
"Hi. I saw you up on the banister with that other man. I’m here with my older brother. We’ve come a very long way, far from here. You must live here, right?"
"Yeah, the party's nice. It's a bit crowded though so I was thinking about focusing on the keys in rooms thingy Diet mentioned. I'm Louis, nice to meet you, William. The theater? I didn't even know there was one here, then again, I didn't know there was a dance hall either. Is the play any good?"
"It’s fine enough. Short, but fine. Oh yes, the keys. Of course. You must be speaking about something like this.~"
And the middle aged man takes out a shiney key from one of his pockets, smiling as he does.
"Was just sitting under a seat in the theater. Lucky, that, right?"
==> LOUIS looks around the EAST CORRIDOR for other doorways that lead to other rooms and in the process spots someone resting against the wall. Being the friendly person she is she goes up to them and attempts to initiate CONVERSATIONS.
"Hello there. Are you enjoying the party? Not too bad, I hope. Did you see the play in the theater? I’m William, by the way. Came from Britian. Who are you?"