I plead guilty to the crime of leading \"raging hordes\" through Thakria but I
would clarify one point.
Those thakrians that chose to get involved invariably were the only ones
included in any actions - I would like to think that this did the
\"morale\" of my side some good and in a sense provided the thakrian
defenders with some fun.
I am sure a lot of the better Thakrian fighters now could look
back to when they were smaller and in a perversem sense thank me
for the practice and for giving them a challenge to work to.
One thing I have never done is persecute any idividual with the intention
of making their time in the land miserable and not wanting to play
I am sure there are others who could not see these words and not fell
(sorry feel) a little guilty for their own deeds.
Also a PS on the attack on the Animists - it seems clear now that if their
guild had been within a cities walls the Bandits could never have attacked it.
Therefore the Animists are paying the price of a guild location dictated
by geography long before current warfare/legions ever existed.
Written by my hand on the 17th of Springflower, in the year 1055.