At their request I oversaw this challenge and ensured fair
play. It would have been nice had Panaideos been gracious in
victory, though of course no one expected this. I saw the
use of staves as a fair tactic which was open to both. Unlike
another tactic that appeared to be giving an unfair advantage
which had to be stopped well into the fight. No mention of
this in Panaideos' post, nor the fact that he was given back
17 safe encounters with death prior to the fight because
Trell suggested that to be only fair. After the fight Trell
stated to me that Panaideos had won fair and square and
that he had no complaints. The words of a man of great honour,
given the circumstances.
Written by my hand on the 7th of Ilmarael, in the year 955.