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Open letter sent to Yew for the attention of Klion

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Irvyn

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Klion,

It has been brought to my attention that you have decided to continue to prosecute your futile war against Trinsic. This is not advisable. I remind you that I hold Trinsic in trust for the crown, and have been ratified in that position. You have no jurisdiction within the city bounds and have vastly exceeded your authority in attempting to claim it. Furthermore, your subsequent cowardly attack on my guardsmen was deplorable.

I now give you due notice and warning that you have overstepped the mark. Any Yewman or woman found on Trinsic soil will be summarily removed, and a bounty has been placed on the heads of any and all Yewish guards. Trinsic shall not submit to your ridiculous demands, nor be intimidated by your blatant acts of aggression.

Irvyn Middlethorn
Duke of Trinsic, Servant of the Realm, Defender of the South, etc etc


The personal seal of the Duke of Trinsic:
An eagle flying, holding the branch of a thornbush in its claws; surrounding are the words "Mine honour is my life; both grow in one; take honour from me, and my life is done."


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