As a military strategist, I am sorry to say that the razing of your guild
was completely preventable. The rangers took advantage of that window of
opportunity and deserve a bit of credit. I hate to be the one to point
out gaps in the brigands' defense, but any guild based out in the wild runs
with it the opportunity for attack from anyone you piss off. You ran the
risk of having your guild razed long before it actually was and smiled
smugly to yourself thinking it was not going to happen. You prepared for
the worst rather foolishly and overconfidently.
So to see you take out your anger on little rangers who had very little to
do with the actual razing of your guild makes your situation that much more
lacking in sympathy.
The events that lead up to Parrius' inability or disinterest in helping
defend your guild speaks volumes of lessons to the open-minded individual.
Your closed, emotionally-driven mind, however, is preventing that growing
opportunity and in the end weakens your opportunity to ensure peace and the
Brigands' guild survival. You've made poor choices and are reaping their
rewards now. Accept defeat with a bit of grace and you may still have yet
the ability to save your guild. Embrace pride and you are through -- and
no amount of killing young rangers will bring it back or satisfy any
superego desires for vengeance.
Take my commentary and advice however you see fit. I expect little
The Essence of Fury
Written by my hand on the 1st of Springflower, in the year 1148.