Letters of Aloyisius Frobisher

In a book from the diplomancy section of the library, we discovered the following letters, in a bundle of correspondence from the Ambassador’s Office, dated some years after the loss of the white ship. When queried with a librarian, they believed that there are several letters from Aloysius Frobisher: “841 My Lord Chancellor, As per…

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Note to the Lord Constable

Chief, Bit of an odd one this – have been down at the tavern in Selby for a post-shift drink with the boys. Been playing cards with the lads from down in the Militia guildhouse, and they’ve told me a tale and a half. Darwin Carden, Grandmaster of the Militia, has a birthmark in the…

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Letter from Thomas D’Arby to Princess Eleanor Pendragon

Lady Eleanor, So many years have passed since the loss of your brother, yet Albion still grieves. We chosen few, who remain at Court, would ask you once more – take up the Quest, and let the Kingsword point the way. Your sons are our only hope for a stable and prosperous Albion. Albion’s heart…

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Letter from Dunamace Strongarm of Eaton, Nord-Draco Herald-Pursuivant of Arms in Ordinary, Royal College of Heralds

Sir, Having set to work on the opus which you have set before us, the Royal College of Heralds has been hard at work for some time now. Indeed, we have, for the first time in many years, sent junior heralds into the field to continue their work. Though there were many political marriages with…

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Jasper Orlaine on matters regarding Isaac Hulce and the Turnkey Court, winter 1118

This a copy of an open letter sent out to all the cities, towns and villages in Albion. Friends,  It is with great regret that I write to inform you of the death of Isaac Hulce. My close friend, brother of the tower, Cousin and fellow believer in Eloise’s dream, who was executed after a…

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A copy of a letter written by Wyndrake Winterheart, Duke of Keswick, on the march to Al’Qafar 1115, to Breeana Fellbourne, of the Order of Nethras

My Dearest Breeana, The indications are very strong that we shall reach our destination in a few days – perhaps tomorrow. And lest I should not be able to write you again I feel impelled to write a few lines that may fall under your eye when I am no more. I have no misgivings…

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Nix letter (translated by Vern)

lord Fawn, For your aid in our dark plight, we give a way to our sight. The flame of five with one that leads, hand, soul, pure strength and heart that bleeds. The two are hands they perform the show, their puppets and toys by thier will, will go. The one heart holds his family…

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Letters from an Olog Lich

Following his release from whence he was bound in Roskear, an olog lich addressed a number of Harts by letter. Here are the missives on record. Foxxglove Lanata, self proclaimed hero of Roskear, your exploits amongst the party who stood at Roskear do great credit to you, as a bard if not as a person…

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Copy of a letter to Lady Marisa D’Arby from Lady Harriet Corvidae

This letter was discovered being used as a bookmark during Septimus Smithson’s researches into the locations of Waylund’s ancient forges. My Dearest Marisa I must write to you as I have had the most fearful experience, it was enough to make a girl feel all giddy. We went riding today, Will and I. Will suggested…

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Upon Matters Arising at the Heartland Games of 1099

First day of June, 1099 A.F. Proclamation A trial was held at the Heartland Games of 1099 of William Penhaligon of Caer Pendrinn. He was charged with Treason by Lord Benedict Karlennon for the offence of striking a superior officer at a time of war. He pleaded guilt, and due to mitigating circumstances was sentenced…

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