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  • RE: Assault upon Tilverton

    After much consideration and self-reflection, I have come to the following conclusions.

    • Obyn should remain in Tilverton - let him keep it. The further away he is from Arabel and Lady Islyn, the better off we all are. I care not what he calls himself while he is there.
    • We do not ask Obyn to "been the knee" or to kiss anything that has come to my mind. Instead, we offer him a peaceful co-existence and a trade agreement pending the defeat of Marliir. He's too greedy to pass up coin if offered the right terms. We need to offer something that Tilverton cannot make for itself. I imagine grains will be top of the list. He does not have much farmland to speak of. His people may be well-fed for now, but how long will that last? Without income, he will start to lose gold, and thus, food supplies.
    • We offer that there will be no trial but only if he denounces any claims to Arabel, its lands, or its people. If he is not a citizen of Arabel, we cannot charge him or try him.
    • We find out how Marliir is able to approach the city. We employ diviners to set up wards around the city to detect her.

    Osco

    posted in Council of Twelve Peers
  • RE: Assault upon Tilverton

    Because I cannot stomach giving him anything that takes position away from Lady Islyn. That's why.
    Osco

    posted in Council of Twelve Peers
  • RE: Laam Wilaml

    Glowing swords is a terrible way to choose a government. This goes for the Dragon Bastard, Lady Vaylan, Obyn, or anyone else.
    Osco

    posted in Council of Twelve Peers
  • RE: Assault upon Tilverton

    @Fizzgig said in Assault upon Tilverton:

    Obyn caused Laam Wilaml to glow when he was near

    I still think glowing swords is a terrible way to choose a government. This goes for the Dragon Bastard, Lady Vaylan, Obyn, or anyone else.
    Osco

    posted in Council of Twelve Peers