Lord Master Asheron,
I write this with a heavy heart. I must admit now that I am outside your reach that I perpetrated a ruse against you. Serving as one of your defenders in a previous visit to the world Ispar, I was aghast at the rise of the queen Alfrega to the continent of Aluvia. I have maneuvered in the past weeks to attain a position on the next venture there. I am a learned student of Illusion (Translator's Note: I've seen this before in another document bearing the words Ignae Fatae, I am assuming this is the correct translation.) and will abide by the
mandates of travel to other worlds while I am there.
I leave this with you to inform you that I shall live out my days there. At least to see that the line of this corrupt woman is ended and the people of Aluvia are free. I will make no effort to persuade any more of your students to stay with me, nor will I inform them of my intentions until we are set to return.
You have always taught us Lord Asheron, to obey what the rightness in our hearts tells us to do. I feel that the Light is waning
on this world, and I believe though perhaps foolishly that I might provide a small enough beacon to guide the wretched masses who now cower beneath her rule to rise up against treachery and evil. I thank you Lord Master Asheron for being a compassionate and caring guardian.
Walk in the Light,
- Obtained by giving to Bretself the Translator:
- You give Bretself the Translator Well Drawn Letter.
- Bretself the Translator tells you, "Looks like Harlune wasn't always an ornery old git. If I read this right he actually used to have a heart and really think he could make a difference. Hard to believe he could be so jaded."
- Bretself the Translator gives you Letter to Asheron.