And Tanglong.

Kilthasto Azaar of Parrius

Ello you two,

Springdale, nor the Wizards, have ever pretended to dictate what

their citizens are allowed to and not allowed to do in regard to

citizens of other cities, except in rare instances that a treaty

applies to the situation. Nor do we claim that any citizens actions

are doctrine for the city or my guild. That said, Amygdale as a

right to do as he sees fits, and neither I nor my city will ever tell

him otherwise.

As for you, Azaar, if you continue to make such blanket statements

about my guild, then perhaps I will have to see about having the

guild live up to those cliams of yours. One doesn't lead an

unobotherd and conteneted life by slighting others. Gold is easily

aearned, adn that 200 gold while convenient means onthing in the

great scheme of things.

Lastly, I remind oyou both that great accomplishments need not be

boasted about for the deed will always speak louder than any words

you can use to describe it. In this case, your words seema bit

hollow which casts doubt on the grandeur of the feat. Just someiting

to note.

Fare thee well and tempt not the Fates,


P. S. - Apologies for the spelling. Hafls asleep, can't tpe, and

am on telnet. *mutter*

Written by my hand on the 26th of Springflower, in the year 993.