|Tib The Letter (standard:adventure, 213 words)|
|Author: Phoenix||Added: Dec 24 2004||Views/Reads: 2261/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|Make assurance that this reach the door of Bronohan.|
Dear Kinsman, How has such fallen upon you? I hope all weathers have met you well. I have heard tell of trouble to your north in the Vasts. Something of a bandit raid of the Thane's storehouse. But I move further from my drift. Recently, as you have heard my lady and I were met with the blessing of Qen. Or so a curse in disguise so later found. My child, Tiberi Thingul, holds but one leg with which he will be able to step. Worse than such fate is that no leg of his shall ever walk upon a battlefield in the name of the House of Heroes. And so I beg of your consideration of the boy. I am aware of your ways in the works of wizards and Jin and the need has now come for me to put my distaste of such to the side and open my son's eyes to such things that I had never seen and so I feared. he is under you now and in such a way he is your and my son's like. He shall meet your door soon and you will receive your givings from his carrier. And so lanor until our faces next meet, Dem Thingul, Lord of the Tirion House Tweet
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