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Calypso & Threats

Greetings,

I have the honor of being Champion for team Calypso this upcoming weekend at Queen of Hearts. I have Twenaria to thank for this opportunity, but I have a small problem.

Over the years a great many of you have been able to fight alongside your closest friends each summer on the fields of Rhiassa.

To be blunt, I'm very much looking forward to this weekend, but my closest friends won't be fighting by my side. They'll be working hard to make the tournaments happen (and likely making me feel just a little guilty). Most (not all, but most) of my closest friends make up Rhiassa and will be marshalling.

I have been lucky enough to fight, quest, feast and even drink alongside a great many of you over the past 17 years since the first Queen of Hearts. To be honest, it saddens me that we are in a position where many of you whom I'd be most thrilled to fight alongside have been signed onto a team for weeks or months. We are admittedly a little behind the curve for gathering our team, so...

Please consider this an open invitation for any who are not yet committed to a team to join Team Calypso and help fill our ranks so we can stand up to the larger, longer established teams we will be competing with. Twenaria is well known for running great, fun teams and this year looks to be a great experience for all of us.

If you would like to stand with me (for my very first time) on the fields of Rhiassa, please get in touch with Twen and I so we can count on you this weekend.

Sincerely,

- Sir Duncan Conrad, KoR, KoEF
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Does anyone know what teams are showing up this year and how much they are paying for Mercenaries?
Money is a bit tight, and a paid position as an experienced adventurer and fighter..possibly with some magic would be a nice thing to know about.

-Magnus
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Whoa whoa whoa. Let me get this straight.. People can get paid for hittin stuff? And like not just shamelessly looting the corpses after?

-Saegan
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Yes. However. An assassin gets the best deal. They get paid to hit things, and get to loot corpses shamelessly. I mean....who wrote this?

Ned the Invincible Destroyer Pack-Mule
Still silent and confused
Still lost
(Yes, those are my titles. Impressive, right?)
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I believe in the past it has happened, but would you really wish to sully your name for some coin?

Leown Weldell
Lord Eternis
Devoted of the Pale Queen
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Saegan,

Of course people can get paid for objectives and services. It seems Mr high and snobby over there would like you to think that payment for services rendered will sully your reputation. He seems to forget that everyone gets paid for everything in this life. But then what would I know, I mean Lord Sir Da'oud hasn't actually paid me my wages for quite some time now. Anyway point is there are lots of things that you can get paid for, being in a tournament is probably one of the more neutral ones.

Mekrien,
Foreman of the Rhiassian Brewery
Dragoon Officer of Twilight Society
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I would hope that was directed towards my comment. Mercenaries do not
sully their name in any way. A mercenary is in no way a bad person
unless they take it upon themselves to accept a job that would make
them a bad person. Or he accepts a job in a treacherous manner. A mans
loyalty to a nation only goes as far as that nations loyalty to him.
Getting hired by an outside nation for a little extra cash if not
being paid enough by his own nation would in no way sully his name.

However, seeing as I am not from around here, things may be looked at
differently.

~Ned
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... Wait... really?

One who publicly devotes themselves to a Goddess of undeath then has the gall to write a missive directed to the entirety of the Realms discussing the sullying of their name?

I don't know how you manage to pen those words without looking upon yourself as a hypocrit. However you manage it, well done Sir.

I hope your name gets cleaned up soon, as it well should,

Squire Rorin Akanar
High Priest of Luna
Apprentice to a Magi of the Realms
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I'd like to point out that there's some folks who do things so heinous that adding "for money" might just provide that honest motivation they need to maintain as a pretense.

In service of the True Court,
Lieutenant Timmins
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Sir,
From what I know of the Templar Eternis is they want balance and Justice correct. Mercs are a large part of balancing out a fight.
Group A has 10 fighters and is picking on Group B who has 1 fighter, a brewer, and a child mage so to balance out the numbers Group B hires mercs to help in the fight.
How is that bad? Or should the leader of Group B allow themselves to be wiped off the map for the lack of muscle? I can't count the number of times I was paid to deliver justice because the offended party wasn't as good as fighting as the one that offended them.
You try to do right by your people and your views but you need to truely think before you speak about a livelyhood that is a balanceing part of war.

Lady Diana Silverwolf, Steward of Ufferen
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Sir Duncan,
Who knew your missive would churn out such comments. I am amused heartily.

Everyone else,

Never fault someone attempting to make an honest living. To live one must have a skill, or goods with which to trade. A blade or a cloak are the same when it comes down to putting food into the mouths of those in need.

I can say I know of several who make a decent living off of services provided.

~Delinde Jr'eivra
Commander of the Twilight Society
Rhiassan Brewery Overseer
All around Nice Gal
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IOU's won't keep a dancer at my table nor food and drink for my ample girth. I'll deal with any moral implications and/or concequences either before bartering with my potential employer or during my hangover the next morning.

Just saying..
Frederick the Honest
Fatty Fighter
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Hey Fake Timmins,
I will kill you. Unless you're me. In that case, I'm sorry for having threatened you.

-Real Timmins
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Wait a minute....

Templar Eternis "Balance and Justice"
Devoted of the Pale Queen "Goddess of Undeath"

I am officially confused. Doesn't undeath usually, I don't know, upset balances and imprison people against their will? Seems a tad unjust and unbalancing to me but what do I know about Balance and Justice right? Right?

- Sir Gaiden Shadowfyr of Folkestone
Follower of Justari
Prophet of Luna
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Timminses,
I don't know how you got copied. But stop it. One of you is more than enough 'comedy' for the mortal realms to handle.

Squire Tara Harkon
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As a clarification of balence think of life as a see saw. We are on one side and death is in the middle. Undeath is the other end. There is still a balnce as strange as how it sounds. Living people have followers servents and sometimes slaves. Same is true for the other end. There are many deamons and gods that have a connection to undeath all with different standards of living. The pale queen does not have the need or wish to take control of anyone. A lot of her followers give her power through understanding this difference. If u wish to know more please contact me.
-Aiden Penclaw
Bard of Blackwood
Alcolyte of the Pale Queen
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If you believe this childish manipulation of perception to be balance, than you are either thick or are justifying your actions to yourself.

Undeath has no place in the natural world. It seems that you've simply taken some of the words attributed to your goddess, and are clinging to them as a child clings to his own excuses for having done something he already knows is naughty.

Simply because you can place something on a 'scale', claiming one concept to be one end, a second to be the other, and the third a fulcrum, does not make that thing "In Balance."

Without the manipulation of dark magic there is a simple path:
We are born, live out our lives, and encounter death. If our time is not yet finished, we return from the veil of death before crossing with The Grey Man into our afterlives.

Eventually life fades, it's the way of things. Undeath and the utilization of necromancy is stubbornly throwing a stick in the clockwork of this cycle to have your way of things.

-Rorin Akanar.

PS. If you think I am misinformed, by all means, attempt to right that, either publicly or privately.
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Dearest Squire Tara,
I don't have any comedy planned for the mortals, but I look forward
to seeing you at the tournaments.

SECRETFAEONLYNOTICE:ARE.YOU.UP.FOR.HAVING.SOME.FUN.WITH.THE.MORTALS.AT.QUEEN.OF.HEARTS.I.AM.OPEN.TO.IDEAS:ENDSECRETFAEONLYNOTICE

Hugs and swords,
-Timmins
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My comment was meant in direct relationship to "i can get money for killing?" It is a question much closer to assassin statements then mercs. Mercs as a whole are a commodity many need.

Though in the Group A, Group B situation I would wish they'd fight on even terms. Or shock, how about not at all?

As for my relationship with the Pale Queen, I honestly could not have worded it better then Acolyte Penclaw. Well met.

As for Undeath/Necromancy being Dark or Evil. I have served the realms to the best of my abilities. Yes, I rise again again. But I do not murder and rape. I rise and get your and my lines back up, fix their armor, and their wounds. I accept the pain of death so I may rise close to enemy lines and give those behind me the chance to break their lines. Is it evil? No, I for one see this as a divine good, a way to help all again and again. But you are always free to make your own mind up on matter. Though I do hope I have at least helped you switched your view to nuetral. As all magic CAN be used to serve darker purposes.

In honor to the Realms, the Balance and Her Majesty I serve

Leown Weldell
Lord Eternis
Devoted of the Pale Queen
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Balance is not one side of an argument. Balance takes in all sides. Life, Undeath, Death. Good, Evil, Neutrality, When you declare that the universe is balanced only when your side prevails, you are fooling yourself. Tyrants have thought as such. Balance is not achieved by the totality of one, but by the give and take of many.

Confused and amused,
Nadia Faith
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I believe that the phrase you are looking for is:

"All things are equal in death."

Mekrien,
Foreman of the Rhiassian Brewery
Dragoon Officer of Twilight Society
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Dear Realms,

You are all wrong. You are all looking at this from your own point of view, based off what you learned was right, and your religion.

As for my personally belief...thinking there is balance in anything is an ignorant thought. There is no balance between life and death. Good and evil.

Another personal belief...Necromancy is no different in nature than using healing. Of course, that is if you take out the loss of free will.

Lord Sir Nos of Blackwood
Lord of Heminshire
Knight of Blackwood
Templar of the Dealer
  • Insert mile long list of titles here*
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    See, not all magic can be used for "darker purposes". I've never seen
    creatures flee from their encampment seeking refuge from the sorcerer
    torturing the innocent folk of the village with his new foot massage
    incantation.

    Let me comedically shorten this down to two capitalized stereotypes
    which are uncomfortably close to reality.

    Mortal A: "I USE DARK MAGIC FOR GOOD! SEE? I KNOW HOW TO REPAIR ARMOR!"
    Mortal B: "ENDS NEVER JUSTIFTY THE MEANS, UNLESS THEY'RE MY MEANS. MY
    GRANDSTANDING IS ALSO VERY CONVINCING!"

    See, we in Fae know that Oblivion lives right next door. You Mortals
    like to kid yourselves that you can control your own fate.

    -Timmins
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    Considering this began as a religious debate, I think it's clear that we're right to argue from the point of our religion.

    If we are all wrong due to the fact that we are using our point of view and our perception of 'right and wrong' as our basis for this argument, then there would be no argument at all.

    If there was a clear 'Right' in this instance then there would be no conflict.

    I'm certain that the utilization of necromancy does not sentence you to an afterlife of damnation. It is, however, an atrocity in the eyes of me and many, and I will continue to argue it as such. It is a violation of the natural cycle, and I frown upon those who use "Well he wanted it" as an excuse.

    -Rorin
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    Wield the sword with wrath in your heart and you are considered a murderer; wield the sword with peace in your heart and you are now a martyr. At the end of the day, both need to wash their hands of blood.

    -High Lord Sadar-na Keth of Ekembral
    Excerpt from the Analects of War

    Dresh-ma Keth
    Val Dara
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    That's ridiculous. We wear gloves.

    -Timmins
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    If I may interrupt?

    Balance, the word by definition, is an equal distribution of any given object. If we are discussing the manner of right and wrong, there is no black and white. There are several shades of grey in-between. Choosing a mere two sides to anything throws aside the other aspects, and thus disrupts balance...at least, this is how Sheshawnii Fae see this.

    However, throwing aside others views on this subject seems silly, and thus also disrupts balance. From what I know of Templars of Eternis, a single member isn't a given point for balance, but they encourage their members to be as diverse as my own family is, in order to try to keep a balance within themselves.

    I may be mistaken, however. If perhaps confirm or deny my assumptions?

    Phoenix Rose Dawncry-Nosetti
    Master Scribe and Historian to House Nosetti
    Heir to House Dawncry.
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    I think the point here is simple...

    Someones talkin smack about us mercs... And being a gentleman of sorts I'm more or less inclined to propose to get your facts straight instead of lumpin us all together with your "ideals" and... morals.

    Drag my name through the mud, sure. When it surfaces, you'll be catchin mah bootshank in your face.

    Food for thought little fish, some of us DO enjoy our work.

    Afterall whats a job if you can't find some delight...

    -Cap'n Spyder
    Merc.
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    Yes, dearest Phee you are correct on many fronts. Most of all the Templar Eternis. I as Lord Eternis strive to stick to the Grey as best I can. I encourage other Eternis to therefore seek out what they wish, feel as right, in the best interest of the Realms and in accordance with our tenets. In this way we create a sample of society and allow me to make decisions quicker and with necessary information. For this reason we seek to build towers devoted to negotion/mediation but also allows Eternis to live among those whose lands surround them and know the Realms from their view. Furthering or own perspective as a whole.

    I do apologize if this has been to long of a missive, but or Devotion to the Realms is not an easy matter to explain. Should there be questions I always welcome them, and shall set aside as much time as I must.

    And yet again I was not "talkin smack" about mercs. I was simply stating that getting paid for killing could look badly on one's self. Would you congratulate an assassin calling himself a merc if he killed your lord? Probably not. Hence this entire discussion on morals, views and religions.

    Leown Weldell
    Lord Eternis
    Devoted of the Pale Queen
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    Killing is killing plain and simple. Whether it's wrapped up all pretty all nice and pretty in the name 'good' and what's 'right' or even if your a merc getting paid. I have more respect for the merc at least they're not deluded enough to think that such false concepts as good and evil actually exist. The only thing that killing in the name of good actually accomplishes is make you feel better about doing the same thing so that you can pat yourself on the back and look at yourself in the mirror after a good night's sleep, knowing that you killed someone in the name of what's 'right'. Huzzah for you.


    PO of Blackwood
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    You're right, Po.

    Huzzah for me. Huzzah that me and mine set our eyes upon The Champion as our quarry and hunted him like the dog he was. Huzzah that in killing one, and his host of minions, we saved the entirety of the City of Coventry. Huzzah that we tore from The Champion an adventurer of the Realms who until that point had been nothing but a servant to him whenever he wished it.

    Huzzah for the countless other threats we've faced, and killed, to better the lives of those in the Realms.

    If you believe (unless we're a merc fighting for a cause that's not our own) that we should feel bad about taking the lives of those who wouldn't hesitate to do the same to those around them, then you're sickeningly ignorant. Somebody mentioned earlier in this string of missives that a certain frame of mind was that which bred Tyrants. That beautiful display of your viewpoint is actually closer to something I'd expect to hear from a monologuing Warlord, Lich, or Demon, than what I'd hear from an adventurer.

    Step carefully, lest your argument of "There is no evil" carry you down the wrong path.
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    Whomever you are,

    Now now, don't get your pants (or skirt) in a bunch. Being delusional isn't a bad thing. I actually quite enjoy my delusions. I find them a pleasant break from reality. So go right ahead a stay on your high horse. From the example you gave you did what was required to survive and there is nothing wrong with that. Call it whatever you want. We all do what is required to survive.

    PO of Blackwood
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    Po,

    Killing is a necessary part of life and is unavoidable. Creatures need to eat, whether they eat animal or plant. We kill and destroy in order to build, to change things into other things so that we may grow as people, to improve what is around us. We need to protect our way of life so we ourselves are not destroyed.

    Killing in itself is not the problem. The question is always *why* you kill.

    Good, tries to kill to improve the quality of life as a whole. You protect your people, your family. You keep from being destroyed. You bring peace and allow creatures to live together without civilization unraveling. But Good and Right tempers this with attempting to not kill without reason, without any other option.

    Good does not pat itself on the back. Nor does it sleep well at night. Its work is grim and should never be done lightly. And it does this so that others do not have to. Good believes in an objective Good, beyond personal motivation.

    Evil is self- serving with no true regard for anything but itself. The universe is the tool to its own ends. Evil destroys and consumes without remorse and without care of creation or life unless it fulfils or perpetuates its internal desires and wants.

    That you understand any given action does not have a determination is wise. That you do not see that the motivation behind them is unfortunate.


    Timmins,

    The great gift of Mortals is they, unlike you, have the ability to Choose. Fate may have her song, by Mortals choose how to sing it. And by doing so, in some rare cases, can actually change the flow of Fate. This is not something you will ever understand, unless you become Mortal.

    Lord Nos,

    The problem with necromancy is the subversion or destruction of a will or soul. While one can debate the motivation and reason for unlife, this thing you choose to name as the only difference between yourself and a Healer is the most important thing, and which makes your argument invalid. Your actions and intensions can be Good. Except where the knowing enslavement of the will or soul (which is part of the incantation) is concerned. Embrace Death makes you a risk on the battle field and society because other Undead that are more powerful than you can take control of you, your will and your soul. No matter what your intentions are at that point, you are but a puppet. And therefore a risk that others must consider to allow you at their back. Time and Time again, this has been a proven situation.


    Lord Eternis,
    Which is why being a Merc is not inherently bad. Some people have the luxury of having their lives taken care of and do not need to care where their clothes, food and spells come from. Some need to live or feed their families. It is a profession like any other. It is when you are paid for an act which is considered Evil and do it “because you got paid” (e.g. you do not care what your actions of killing does), that is dangerous reasoning, because then killing comes into the realm of completely self- serving and destruction for the sake of destruction.


    Yours in Truth,
    King Sir Pyr DarkWillow of Chimeron
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    PO,

    Your implication that I am delusional is unfortunate. There's quite a bit of insult nestled in your words. It would behoove you to apologise for the suggestion of your missive. The games end here, the same place at which the service of the true heroes of the Realms is pulled into question. The same place where the sacrifices of those I love are belittled.

    I'll have it known that I pen this not as an apprentice to a Magus of the Realms, or as a Squire to the same Knight. While I am both of those things, I write this as one who would see the Right thing done. I will bear whatever consequences these words bring with them.

    This is your one.

    Rorin Akanar
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    In response to King Sir Pyr Darkwillow:

    As eloquent as ever, and I agree with you and all points. Even those directed at me. It was what my:

    "... but would you really wish to sully your name for some coin?"

    missive was in response to:

    "... An assassin gets the best deal. They get paid to hit things, and get to loot corpses shamelessly. ..."

    It sounded a bit to much like wanton destruction. And should young ones to these lands read that, I wished to at least mention it wouldn't look good on them. But here we are, taverns across the Realms receiving paper for the fires in handfulls. Not to say it hasn't been spirited, enlightening and otherwise good to hear from you all.

    See you all upon the tournament fields, this Queen of Hearts looks to be much fun (again).

    Leown Weldell
    Lord Eternis
    Devoted of the Pale Queen
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    Sir Pyr,

    I will admit that I have not read through the entirety of your
    response, but I read what was directed towards me. One thing you fail
    to see is that not only undead can be controlled by more powerful
    beings. I have seen living, breathing people controlled countless
    times. I may even argue that I have seen that happen more than an
    undead person. I have also witnessed time and time again, where
    someone with Embrace Death has come to save the day. I would probably
    be dead in a cave right now if it weren't for those people out there.
    Like you said about killing, necromancy isn't the problem. How you use
    it determines whether it is good or evil, right or wrong.

    Lord Sir Nos
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    Leown,

    Don't fail to remember that humor is a necessity in life. I
    personally, was kidding. Take what I said as a joke, nothing more. I
    am in no way an assassin. However, you jump to unjust conclusions. If
    you go by what people have said, assassination is not always a bad
    thing. In fact, it can be an amazingly good thing at times.

    Ned
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    Lord Nos,

    Let it simply be said that Necromancy is inherently an additional and unnecessary liability upon the frailties born into the mortal shell. There is no excuse to take it upon yourself, as it is the very nature of the magic to thrust itself upon you.

    That was the logical standpoint.

    My personal standpoint is likely irrelevant to most who would read this: Undeath is an abhorrent corruption and mockery of life. It does not occur naturally. Even when it is used for good, the corruption remains, hardly worth the price of the hollow victory it earns. Those who bear its curse, willingly or not, bear my sadness, for they place themselves at the bottom of a long list of forces that can only bring harm to this world, whether they realize it or not. It is not good or evil. It is twisting, tainting corruption of the natural cycle.

    I understand the nature of the lands you frequent or have frequented in the past; I have read the literature concerning the planar shieldstone's damage and its effects. It is not so much the conscious effort of a necromantic practitioner, although it remains an issue that should be rectified when the more aggressive threats to our world have been dealt with. There will come a time when it is a threat to be faced, and I hope to see you when that time comes.

    I further hope that we will be working towards the same goal, and you know where I stand.

    In Light,
    Harlest
    Follower of Dio
    Kalithnos
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    I have not once used necromancy. I was undead do to the planar shieldstone, but that was not a personal choice. You say that there will come a time when it is a threat to be faced...but you do not understand that it already is. It has corrupted the lands. And will continue to do so on a greater level until it is fixed. It is not a matter to look at and decide other matters are more important. Just remember in the Zermarx war when Idaris was left to fall to Zermarx because the realms felt it was not important to protect it. I do recall that biting the realms as a whole in the ass when we slaughtered you over and over again. The same snowball effect will happen again.

    Just saying,
    Lord Sir Nos
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    Holy shit people.
    I just wanted to get paid to participate in the Queen of Hearts Tournament.
    What happened? No time to read it all, but thanks for the kindling.

    -Magnus

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    Lord Nos,

    I was not accusing you of being a necromancer, only answering your support of those who are. As for the corruption of your lands, it is indeed an important issue that bears discussion and a proper plan to deal with. Unfortunately our solutions for the problems that plague the Realms are rarely as rapidly carried out as our missives are.

    It is also difficult to gather the forces of the many nations and subnations of these lands against such threats at times. This is a contribution to the unchecked growth of problems such as what occurred in the war you just referenced.

    I believe that some may not understand the plight that the people under the planar shieldstone's influence suffer. I would suggest to any who are not familiar with this issue send a missive towards a representative of the nation of Ivory announcing their interest in perusing the well-stocked library. There are many enlightening books there that spread light on this and other matters.

    In Light,
    Harlest
    Follower of Dio
    Kalithnos
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    Why in Gael are there so many dead pigeons on my doorstep ... ? It's summer people, let the messenger pigeons rest!

    That being said, subversion of will is bad. Payment for services is good. Payment for "evil" acts usually is not good, though it can sometimes be a gray area.
    - Metron
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    There used to be pigeons on the dock. They are all gone now. Clearly we need some necro magic on these pigeons.
    - some jerk
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    Or for all those opposed to necromantic birds, my hawks are squawking in their keep with hunger. I'm sure both solutions would prove to certainly reduce the amount of parchment in my tea house.

    -Altana
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    Two points:

    First, to Rorin. Do you not sleep not three rooms from the high priest of the Pale Queen? It seems rather boorish to run down my church and followers when just yesterday I had to listen to you prancing around the keep singing "I'm Walking on Sunshine". As for your aspersions on undeath, did I not just this morning witness you using necromancy to spice your breakfast oatmeal? And don't try to sell me that old "They're just raisins" line again, it is an undead goddamn grape and you know it.

    Secondly, to Leown. As a devotee of the Pale Queen, you should know that she is Goddess of the Living Dead, Service and Hospitality. She does not disapprove of the mercenary, for he renders a vital service. Never forget that foremost among her first followers was Arg, a pirate extraordinaire. The Pale Queen rejects only the vile necromancer who enslaves the will of others, and he who abuses her gift to avoid his own inevitable afterlife. In other words, the mercenary does not sully himself in the eyes of the true follower of the Pale Queen.

    Bi-la Kaifa
    Yours in service,
    Brother Niccodemus Rashid al-Mahaal
    High Priest of the Pale Queen
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    Thank you, Niccodemus, for your clarity in the matter. It seems some forget that there are other things the Pale Queen stands for.

    -Altana
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    If by some we speak of me I would like to remind all involved I was talking of people who would kill needlessly, for no other reason then "I'm getting paid" or "OOoo I get to kill things". It was meant to make others think before they took a job, because depending on the job it could look badly on them. Really just that simple. Tired of defending a statement meant as an aside but others took as a damnation of a reputable profession not even involved in the topic. Which was assassins, if some of you didn't know that, not mercenaries.

    If you wish to further the, "mercs are not bad" missives I welcome it. Mainly cause I have said over and over again I agree. But may I suggest a more important topic?

    Is the Guild of the Traveling Spoon going to be present at Queen of Hearts?

    If so: When is the pancake eating tourny?

    Leown Weldell
    Lord Eternis
    Devoted of the Pale Queen
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    Niccodemus,

    I just have one thing to ask....Wouldn't Rorin be singing "I'm walking on moonlight"? You know, seeing he is a worshiper of Luna, not Aurora?
    - Nos
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    Man, some people just don't get it... Thank you Nos.
    Niccodemus, what have we told you about spouting the goings on in Darkwillow Keep to the people of the Realms?

    Also, I'd have you know, they were craisons.
    - Rorin
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    So an Undead Construct of cranberry torso and raisen body? All the same dear sir. ^_~

    Leown Weldell
    Lord Eternis
    Devoted of the Pale Queen
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    I find myself wondering why this conversation is even still happening. We all know that people have differing views on good and evil and on the matters of undeath and necromancy. All mortals are free to believe as they choose to believe. So why not just leave people to their own beliefs and stop arguing?

    Squire Tara Harkon
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    Do you know Nos, that's precisely what I thought? I mean, I knew it was a little weird, but it slipped my mind to say anything when he started incanting over that bowl of berries. I must say, it was the most disturbing thing I've ever seen, and I spent 6 months in Club Dead.

    Bi-la Kaifa
    Brother Niccodemus Rashid al-Mahaal
    High Priest of the Pale Queen
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    I believe that discussion is now undead berries and their delicousness. A follower of Luna praising Aurora. And where are the pancakes at Queen of hearts?

    Leown Weldell
    Lord Eternis
    Devoted of the Pale Queen
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    Cranberry Torso and Raisen body?

    I think you have your anatomy mixed up, sir. I recommend consulting a healer.
    - Rorin
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    I have a question? Where the hell is your Alpha Male? He's either slapping the two of you silly right now or demanding a sandwich as he watches pigeons fly between the two room in the keep.

    Altana the YinYang
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    My Alpha Male?

    I imagine you mean Gryf. And I imagine that he's trying to keep his pen from touching paper regarding this entire string of letters.

    For future reference, Sir Zula is first in command of Kalithnos. On another point, a pack structure tends to be a very personal matter and not something for those outside of said structure to attempt to impose on those within. Even if the title you voiced was applicable, it still wouldn't be something to pen into a missive addressed to the entirety of the realms.

    Rorin
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    Both of you stay the HELL AWAY FROM MY SISTER!!!

    -GRyf
    -Not Dead Yet
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    And with that, the conversation covered from August 8th until the 12th finally went silent across the lists. - Iawen Penn
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