Mortals, we have placed a great deal of trust in your judgement. And you have
abused that trust. We have given you the ability to construct buildings for
your cities and guilds, but you have failed to do so wisely. Today, whilst
wandering the land, I discovered buildings constructed in the most
ridiculous places. I saw two warehouses built off a wooden bridge. I saw
two buildings constructed within the storeroom of a essencing warehouse.
I saw these and many more incredible feats of twisted engineering today.
Tomorrow I shall demolish any buildings I deem inappropriate. Consider this
your first and only warning to remove commodities stored within. And if
further buildings are constructed without reasonable thought, then I shall
simply withdraw your ability to construct, period.
Castigere, the god of justice.
Written by my hand on the 24th of Paglost, in the year 1006.