Post by heartofsilver on Jan 2, 2017 22:42:27 GMT -5
Greetings to my esteemed comrades;
I am writing of a matter that causes me certain concern - Some time ago, a very large some of coin was collected and entrusted to your care with the mutual expectation that it will be used to build and staff a school and lodgings for the cities underprivileged and general poor. The coin was sealed in a special vault.
Much time has passed and there is zero evidence that this trust was ever acted upon. I am well aware that the wheels of bureaucracy move slow and that was an issue we were trying to fix together, yet I cannot help but to feel that this goes beyond that and even begining to look like neglect.
The amount of coin was substantial. I have been informed that the prestigious academy in Marsember was built on less - clearly money is not the issue. The money was collected from many different people and organizations, all of whom also put faith that the new government in Valkur's Roar would be serious about reform. I also offered my personal assurances.
This charity was also made very public. The commons were also aware of this effort and dared to have some hope in the people sent by the Reagent to steward them.
I understand you may very well have your reasons for the delay, but the image of your governance will continue to deteriorate to the point where your legitimacy would come into question. I believe another angry mob is the last thing this city needs, let alone disenfranchised investors and a pissed off red-headed sword-master with a reputation for keep-busting.
I urge expediency in this matter, after all, trust is a matter of honor - something this kingdom prides itself in. If there are complications then send word, and let us discuss what can be done about them.
Post by heartofsilver on Jan 8, 2017 21:00:57 GMT -5
*another letter is sent to the pair. It is addressed to the Baron and Lady Vera individually*
I am very disappointed to see that my first letter has gone unaddressed. It saddens me that with all we've been through, that it seems our relationships have deteriorated to ambivalence. I sincerely hope that you are just too busy handling state affairs to reply or that perhaps my first missive had got lost.
I will speak with candor and as plainly as possible so that there may be no confusion to further hamper our efforts: I am -deadly- serious when I say it is important that you make good on your promises. The money that has been trusted to you was to build a school and a place for the poor to stay. This has not been done. You have had time to do so, and I am very curious as to why there has been no noticeable progress.
This kind of (in)activity causes people to ask, "why do I listen to this person? Why do I -need- this person?" - I have great hope that your stewardship is not merely held together simply because your side has the most swords. This nation is supposed to be better than that.
I know my bold words are bordering on insubordination here, but I say them with friendship and certain concern. Please do remember this when you consider the contents of my letter.
A response would be appreciated. Progress would be more so.