It is with some relief, this reporter notes, that the somewhat fragile status quo of Avalon has been preserved. at least for the foreseeable future.
Although Light refuses to relinquish its morals, tenets or mission statement, it is has emerged that the faction are prepared to publicly acknowledge the plea for greater clarity and transparency within the public forum. As to how this will be received by the public, only Time can tell.
Indeed, roving reporters have returned with the positive news that casualties are minimal, although one particular druid claims to have a distinct craving for fresh blood, posing something of a concern for his Guild and close of kin.
In other news, the Thieves were distinctly disappointed to discover that the supposed keys to the Guild recently placed up for sale were in fact none other than the keys to the ghost of Wraith's Uncle's coffin, in which he has been unfortunately and lamentably imprisoned these last few months, explaining not only his prolonged absence, but also the rather mysterious banging noise that has been coming from the Temple.
Concerns have also been raised over the recent hypolgycemia bug that has been plaguing Avalon lately. Some maintain that it is due to the absence of chocolate cake in the land, resulting in low blood sugar levels and being largely responsible for the onset of The Great Novice Summit. Nonetheless, others maintain that Time cures all ills and are waiting it out, surviving on nothing but sugarcane and sustenance potion. Rumour has it that the missing chocolate cake is in actual fact stashed in the Mages G
uild. However, these rumours will remain unconfirmed until the rightful keys have been located.
Written by my hand on the 5th of Cloudburst, in the year 1327.