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Written By Thomas

Jan. 27, 2020, 9:41 a.m.(8.710124007936507/26.766944444444448/1012.6425103339947 AR)

A couple of months ago I wrote of experiences that change your entire worldview, and how lucky one must be to have even one of them, much less two...

How strange to discover my mind has not changed in that regard, given how different everything else has become, again. Including now how I must understand myself, and everything around me.

I asked for this, but I do not think anything could have prepared me for the extent of it. Nor told me how to properly express a gratitude that defies my attempt to contain it to a simple missive.

Thank you.

Written By Martino

Jan. 27, 2020, 9:09 a.m.(8.708502397486772/26.676134259259257/1012.6423751997905 AR)

Relationship Note on Lucita

You still give your all to the people of Saik and the new village is a testament to your vision for them. When they heard it was planned with your leadership, it was an easy pitch to encourage the good people nearby to settle in and make their lives there.

The small tavern, the well at the centre, the houses and the forges - to aid the construction of that ruined Castle. What will become, I hope, a beacon of Saik. Congratulations Baroness.

Written By Mayir

Jan. 27, 2020, 8:24 a.m.(8.706273974867724/26.551342592592594/1012.6421894979056 AR)

What are all these weird organizations commenting on the Eurus declaration telling us to repent?

Silver Sands? They seem cool.

Write me!

Written By Raja

Jan. 27, 2020, 2 a.m.(8.687249090608464/25.48594907407407/1012.640604090884 AR)

Relationship Note on Acacia

She is family. She has always had my back without me even earning her trust. I have to admit that if she were to have any need from me, I will be there for her too.

Written By Raja

Jan. 27, 2020, 1:35 a.m.(8.68598296957672/25.415046296296296/1012.6404985807981 AR)

Relationship Note on Torian

Torian is the boss of the Cullers. He is sort of a father figure to me. I respect him and would do almost anything he would ask from me.

Written By Mabelle

Jan. 27, 2020, 1 a.m.(8.684273313492064/25.31930555555555/1012.6403561094577 AR)

Such fuss over the smallest of injuries. I wonder what will happen if I get a serious one. No need to line up.

Written By Arcadia

Jan. 26, 2020, 10:59 p.m.(8.678326306216931/24.98627314814815/1012.6398605255181 AR)

I have cried so many tears over the last few days since my last trip north.

I cry because my curiosity almost injured people I care about.

I cry for what was found.

But I mostly cry for the missed chance of redemption. None of us come into the world evil. As we grow, opportunities and experiences change us. The option for greed and corruption. The lure of power, it is all there and are put in front of us as temptations. Some people can't resist. Some are forced to take that road. But, we should always offer redemption. Our hand should always be open to help someone find their way back.

When we steal someone's chance of redemption, does it put us on the path of corruption too?

Written By Theophania

Jan. 26, 2020, 10:17 p.m.(8.676208664021164/24.86768518518518/1012.6396840553351 AR)

Relationship Note on Drake

I should check up on Drake and see how his new armor looks. Mm.

Written By Colette

Jan. 26, 2020, 10:06 p.m.(8.675669642857143/24.8375/1012.6396391369047 AR)

I am looking for a new tea blend to try. I usually only drink black tea with honey. Any suggestions?

Written By Viviana

Jan. 26, 2020, 10:05 p.m.(8.67561755952381/24.834583333333335/1012.639634796627 AR)

Pravus will not forget the men and women who gave their lives in the Battle of Pieros, in service to us, to defense of their brothers and sisters, and to freedom.

Neither will the thousands upon thousands of slaves whose newfound freedom was protected by their sacrifice.

We will see the families of the fallen taken care of.

Written By Niklas

Jan. 26, 2020, 9:54 p.m.(8.675096726190477/24.805416666666666/1012.6395913938492 AR)

A good show if I do say so myself.

Everyone was rather excellent, and the audience seemed engaged.

Good work by the Second Mockingbird in organizing the whole event!

Written By Colette

Jan. 26, 2020, 9:40 p.m.(8.67436466600529/24.764421296296298/1012.6395303888338 AR)

I think I am going to finally get to participae in my first duel as a prospective Champion. I am rather excited to have this opprotunity.

Written By Theophania

Jan. 26, 2020, 9:34 p.m.(8.674086061507936/24.748819444444443/1012.6395071717923 AR)

I can't believe it -- just a few weeks and I've gone from trading odds and ends to serving as the Minister of Coin...

It's kind of a relief, in some ways, even if getting to grips with someone else's accounting system is a bit of a chore. I've already started making plans.

Written By Aella

Jan. 26, 2020, 9:33 p.m.(8.674055472883598/24.74710648148148/1012.6395046227403 AR)

I am so proud of my people, and those who assisted them have my eternal gratitude. The Stormheart Shipyard is a beautiful thing, and I can not wait to see ships sail from it's shores onto adventures. We still have much work to do, but even the smallest steps are large accomplishments.

Written By Alessan

Jan. 26, 2020, 9:32 p.m.(8.673992642195767/24.743587962962962/1012.6394993868496 AR)

Just arrived in the city recently and there's already so much going on. If this is what the first week is going to be like, I can't wait to see how many stories and tales there will be to pen songs and poems about.

Written By Jourdain

Jan. 26, 2020, 9:30 p.m.(8.673909143518518/24.73891203703704/1012.6394924286266 AR)

A great many things are in motion which seem of grave import for the Compact, going forward.

Count Philippe has raised his castle at a good time, though then again my father-in-law has always been wont to make very prudent choices.

Written By Cadern

Jan. 26, 2020, 9:01 p.m.(8.67246775793651/24.658194444444447/1012.6393723131614 AR)

It's good to see Aella making her mark on things. People seem very excited to have a new shipyard. I worry about having the people to man the boats but then it's a thing she would knoww far better than I. Hopefully it does all she wishes it to. Either way it's good to see things progressing.

Written By Sabella

Jan. 26, 2020, 8:40 p.m.(8.671394675925926/24.59810185185185/1012.6392828896605 AR)

The Bard's Concert last night was simply amazing! So much talent in one place and so many ancient heroes and tales recited in the most creative ways! The Nightingale and Captain Evaristo ought to be commended for pulling together such a performance! I've been humming a few of the tunes to myself throughout the day and I believe Nik has already taught the children a few verses from his Prince Tyrval song. At least, Relara keeps shouting about whales.

Written By Tarik

Jan. 26, 2020, 8:16 p.m.(8.670192212301586/24.53076388888889/1012.6391826843585 AR)

There seems to be a lot of talks of marriage lately. I guess there are very few things to do when it gets this hot. I think I have finally visited all the taverns in the City, except the Murder of Crows. The only reason I never visited the Murder of Crows was because I thought it was hunting lodge for small game. I am glad Goodman Otto inform me that I was wrong..

Written By Khanne

Jan. 26, 2020, 7:57 p.m.(8.669284060846561/24.47990740740741/1012.6391070050705 AR)

Recently attended a fealty dinner hosted by Elgana. She really does know how to throw a fete. The food was delicious. I hear the meat was worth stealing off of other people's plates even. I myself stuck to some salad and just a tiny bit of dessert. I have to watch my figure after all.

However, what was even better was the gathering of people from within our fealty, and from outside of it as well. Conversations were non-stop, fun, and informative.

And BONUS - fluffy Northland moos.

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