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Written By Monique

April 24, 2018, 4:13 p.m.(8/11/1008 AR)

Relationship Note on Malesh

Good to know.

Written By Tikva

Jan. 25, 2018, 7:14 p.m.(1/14/1008 AR)

Relationship Note on Malesh

I personally would like to commend Lord Malesh, Marquis of House Stonewood, for his uncommon virtue. It is a rare man who chooses, consistently, his loyalty to his relations over political expediency. It would be quite usual for a Voice who publicly oversteps her bounds and socially missteps so often to be removed, but not so for House Stonewood. House Stonewood protects its own even at the expense of occasional public fiddle faddle.

I find it admirable to so privilege love over other virtues. Repeatedly.

I will not be addressing, of course, who is our Voice. That is not a matter for public determination, since a royal house certainly has no less autonomy than the least of its vassals.

Written By Tikva

Nov. 1, 2017, 1:48 p.m.(7/4/1007 AR)

Relationship Note on Malesh

The Marquis is good hearted in his description of me, although for myself I am not sure if I displayed derring-do or derring-dumb.

Still, Amanita, the balalaika, survived the adventure, and if I had actually made contact, I am sure this would not be the case.

Written By Victus

Oct. 28, 2017, 6:22 p.m.(6/24/1007 AR)

Relationship Note on Malesh

Uh-oh.

Written By Thena

Oct. 28, 2017, 6:10 p.m.(6/24/1007 AR)

Relationship Note on Malesh

At least Lady Carita has earned what is hers.

Written By Arianna

Sept. 29, 2017, 3:59 p.m.(4/22/1007 AR)

Relationship Note on Malesh

I remember when you first came to be the Marquis of Stonehearth. Gods it seems like so long ago but in truth, it's been a paltry six years. I had grown up apart from the rest and lived such a different life that returning after father's death was like...being pulled out of the dream and thrust into the real world. I think I must have done something to impress you then, to name me Voice at such a young age. Though the truth of the matter was I didn't know who you were and I couldn't have faith in your ability to lead in such an exemplary manner as father did. Over the years I quickly learned that you weren't as good as father, you were better. Far exceeding any expectations I had in what a leader could and should be. You've led our House onward to glory and we're far more successful and secure than we've ever been before. Thank you for your never ending work days, and all the endless hours you put into the books. Thank you for always being patient with me even when I didn't deserve it. Thank you for always standing with me even when it hurt you to do it. Thank you for entrusting the legacy of our House to me, so we might elevate ourselves to our rightful place among the Compact. You've done well brother.

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