The trouble with all of your 'experience' is that you never learn from it and
There was enough evidence pointing to the fact that underhand methods had been
used to gain access to where you were, you yourself knew, or at least selectively
chose to ignore the parts of the conversation going on in the location which
mentioned exactly how it was done, and you failed to point the consequences
if you were caught, which you were.
As to how Zenichiro obtained the items, I do not know. Unless you have any
evidence indicaiting that he got them in ways that he should not have done,
you should keep quiet, and bring it to the attention of the gods to investigate.
As an older player of this land, AND as a Baron of the City of Mercinae, you
are meant to be an upstanding example of how the 'better' side behaves. Sadly,
it appears that you are not. I guess all your experience has not educated you
otherwise, or perhaps The Master has been more insiduous than previously
thought and suborned leading citizens who might lead the charge against him?
Your actions and your apparent claim of 'experience' differ. I'm sure the land,
and your citizens, as well as myself, eagerly await the futher details...
Written by my hand on the 25th of Leaflost, in the year 998.