You jumped me shortly after I won challenge, a sly tactic true, but one I have come to expect from you. I promptly avoided you while defending myself and began setting up. After some time I chose to go to the stockroom to continue setting up my defenc

es, at this point you had long since gone your own way.

Then came the predictable intoning about me being a coward and running from you, ofcourse I promptly came in to the open and challenged you, and as expected you avoided me now that your element of surprise was spent.

And, if you are arrogant enough to jump in on three citizens, don't whine about me teaming you when I kill you.

Sir Jander, Coeur de Lion

Written by my hand on the 21st of Skyelong, in the year 1078.