Your post 15759 was addressed to me so I'll answer it.
Get it into your head once and for all, for have posted my viewpoint many times, compassion has many many ways in which it can be practised. Philanthropy and humanitarianism is the path I chose to follow.
Any other form of Compassion (AND THIS IS MY OPINION ONLY) has no place in the natural order of Avalon which operates on the basis of necessity.
What fools call humaneness is nothing but a weakness born of fear and egoism. This chimerical virtue (AGAIN ONLY MY OPINION) is enslaving only to weak men and should be unknown to those whose character is formed by stoicism and courage so please refra
from seeking compassion from me for you are strong enough to have no need of it.
Finally, my remarks on the Parrian Mission. First my apology to the Gods, to you and to anyone who misread my words and thought that I was speaking for the Gods or making any suggestion in regard to your negotiations.
I am totally impartial in this respect but it was intended as a historical reminder and to register the views of Rhadamanthys which was simply this:
It matters not where the Parrian Mission is located but we all need to remember that it was created by the Gods as a place to feed the young and at one time it created much debate amongst the Gods and as such should not be used as a bartering tool not
Mercinae or by Parrius as a reason to threaten war.
So caught up were you in your own point of view the you missed the fact that the post was intended for both Mercinae & Parrius to recognise fact that there could be a third possibility and that is to place the Mission near some central place
such as PE or the Meeting Place and in this way the young of every City may enjoy its benefits. (That would be compassion on the part of Parrius and to truly show Avalon its neutrality and as for Mercinae they have no rights to it in the first place.)
I trust this ends the matter and you can continue forward without being so obsessed with what I have to say.
Written by my hand on the 23rd of Agamnion, in the year 1017.