My bright laughing lady, no place is a home unless thou dwelleth within, and even the barest campsite in the plains doth feel like home if thou art by my side. Wilst thou consent to spend thy life by my side? We will built such a home and family as shall be sung about far and wide.
If thou sayest yes, then shall my life's quest have meaning. For though my spirit's quest is in service to Mirima, my worldly quest is all on behalf of thee, that thy wise gray eyes will fill with delight.
"The truly good and wise man will bear all kinds of fortune in a seemly way, and will always act in the noblest manner that the circumstances allow." -- Aristotle. Nicomachean Ethics.(I.1101a). c. 325 BC.
The Town Guard
Zorbo the halfling is one of the Town's guards that is very impressive. Smaller in stature than the rest, he makes up for it in determination and courage. The week past, I heard he went against his comrades' warnings and forced a nobby merchant to display his cart contents. Turns out the man was smuggling a squad of half-goblin mercenaries with intent to usurp the chancellorship. I hear Zorbo acquitted himself well in the ensuing fight and the Town is secure!.
Message to Advisor
Thou would be proud Sister! I went on a Llafair patrol this week and slew many brigands and monsters that threaten our land. The Captain was impressed with my swordwork. I hath proposed to Viora but she is unsure and will give me her answer when she is ready. People in Llafair are less averse to me, mayhap because the town's leader is a dark elf.
Worship of Mirima
Mirima, thou didst aid me in my our of need against the ant monster. I shall make a dedication to Thee on the morrow. I hope Thou seeth in me a worthy servant. My renown and fame grow and ever I remember it is the Lady whose Winds are at my back.
Viora sobs, "He was brave and true-hearted, although his life had been hard. He was cut down as his power was just unfurling, defending Llafair from those who hate Freedom. He was kind to me, and we were happy together. They say he was humorless but he was learning to laugh at himself as all great leaders must. His story ended too soon but I am glad to have shared it with him."