Letter to Lady A. Dryden
Firstly, thank you for your letter. And to say that I've not missed your company would be a lie, you who keep both feet on the ground at all times and praise the light for people like you.
Your words, well spoken -- those were nothing but the simple truth; they are ignorant and unable to see the discrepancies of the humble verity that lay before them.
I speak for all of my men when I say that their presence isn't estimated by any of us, including the guards at Nethergarde Keep has begun to watch at them strangely, as if to question why they're shining with their presence.
Valven Fireseal is pestering, oh and he does so with joy. I might be cruel but I'd nearly say that he keeps pestering and mocking as a hobby of his. There's been buzzing rumors around the Kirin'Dal of late, they've become a joke to the society -- so I hear. Last night, I could not believe my eyes and I must come to confess, Fireseal is all too concieted, no wonder that the Kirin'Dal has lost many people's trust and beliefs.
We do continue with our duty, even if their wanton disregard has come to a high peak, they've of yet not interfered in our business and they do well in staying away from that.
Even outsides have dropped by to warn us of these Magi's, they might be of the Kirin'tor but here they are the Dal and nothing much of significance. Banter to say the least.
Out territory will always welcome you here; I am in understanding that you've formed a new fraternity, appreciation lay at hand to meet again, forming another coalition between our fellowships.
Your kindness strike me once again, Ash. And for the first time since my return to Azeroth, I can speak bluntly when I say that I am indeed in heavy despair. Complication seems to never escape us, hmm?
Sister-in-arms, Lady Calisa Isinar.