The king laughed and stood up and he and Bendy crossed the room.
"It's quite possible his people don't have individual names," Bendy said.
Montfort of Whitchurch bore “Bendy of ten pieces gold and azure.”
Bendy shields follow the rule of shields paly and barry, but as many as ten pieces have been counted in them.
Bishopsdon bore “Bendy of six pieces, gold and azure, with a quarter ermine.”
He pointed to the word and then to Civek, Bendy, Alis and himself, excluding the creature.
The mouth rose subtly at the corners and, though Bendy never seemed to smile outright, it conveyed the same humor as the eyes.
Don noticed that the rum the bartender poured for Bendy was 151 proof and the portion was a generous one.
She looked from Bendy to Don, but they seemed to consider discretion and masklike faces the better part of candor.
Bendy nodded and the kangaroo-like creature inclined his furry head in acknowledgment to Alis and Don.