A few words of recognition for a strong man. As Thakria marched on Parrius there were only a handful of brave souls willing to stand-up and defend their city. I would like to raise my hat to one in particular who died a thousand deaths that night in
an ultimately futile attempt to save the one thing so obviously important to him, Parrius.
Citizens of Parrius be in no doubt, Zheredan did all he could to save your city from the might of Thakria. Ultimately he was doomed to failure.
One of the first rules of war is that in order to defeat your enemy you must know your enemy, as I baron of Thakria it is in my interests to study Parrius and learn her weaknesses. I imagine the finger pointing has already started and I urge you to l
earn from your mistakes Parrius, if anyone is to blame for the fall of your once great city I would point at Cordon and his reliance on meddling deities. Not only did he motivate Thakria into this action, but his incompitance with both troops and rat
ions made the whole thing possible. If it were not for him, you would not be in this situation.
You have a chance to rebuild and learn, take it.
Written by my hand on the 12th of Leaflost, in the year 1082.