It has come to my attention that people are running through enemy cities, slaying men with the potential of being enlisted and then leaving them there for the pacifists who follow them to gather up and haul back to the barracks where they can await en
Seems to me that a pacifist doing anything with a dead body except bathing it in the Pool of Life is probably antiethical to the whole concept of pacifism.
The argument has been raised that pacifists should be able to enlist their own home troops so they can enjoy the defensive protection they afford. Fine. But using their protection to withstand attacks so they may profit from the loss of life of an ene
my citizen seems to be pretty much opposed to the ideals underwhich pacifism was instituted.
While I am all for the cycle of life and death and the changes it brings, I hope not to see pacifists leading mounts and carts full of dead bodies any longer.
Written by my hand on the 3rd of Cloudburst, in the year 991.