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Lightfingersto Rajj, Enchanter

No, you're very right in that I was a friend of Parrius at the time of said robberies. In fact, I made it a point to befriend the Parrians so that I could make many of the very locks that I so easily opened. My point was more that I can be personally enemied without my entire city being enemied. Why does your leadership have to make MY personal actions a matter of an entire city... much like the Finbar debacle. Sling the declarations of war around all you want. Hell, conquer the entire land as I'm sur

e you'll try anyway. It'll just make for a bigger Parrius for me to rob. Hopefully, when the dust settles, you'll continue the abhorrent security tactics in all your newfound territory.


Bottom line: Thakria didn't rob you, old Lightfingers did. And I'll continue to do so. Maybe I'll reconsider if for some silly reason the Thakrian leadership agrees to one of your lopsided treaties... but until then, I see no logical backup for a declaration of war.


-Lightfingers


Written by my hand on the 14th of Mournsend, in the year 1238.