Seems quite a few have been busy getting their words out about Redmist. Another set of parchments has been distributed through the town.
Those that point at the sky to blame the clouds need to scrape the mud off their own boots.
The death of her father The succession and protection of her nephew The question of what nobles to trust The pushing back of an invasion The rebuilding of an entire kingdom The Zhentirim The Red Wizards Those of the Black Hand Other countries looking to claim Cormyrian land for their own
These are but a few of the many things the Crown is to contend with.
Rise up and speak of what is wrong, but do not point the finger at one who did not create the situation. The Crown needs to be able to rely on the people of Cormyr to draw upon their own strength and help things prosper. To simply cry foul and give raise to riot only puts those who are innocent at jeopardy.
Do not lose hope.
At the bottom painted in gray is the symbol of a foxes head.
Edit: Added italics.
Last Edit: Nov 16, 2006 15:10:42 GMT -5 by DM Munroe
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Post by vercingettorix on Nov 16, 2006 13:17:03 GMT -5
Haylin catches a piece of the paper as he walks through Redmist. He reads over it impassively before letting it flutter back into the wind. There were alot of such papers blowing in the wind these days. He frowned slightly as he continued on his way. If only he had the gold to open a parchement supply business....
A red robed human picks up one of the paper and reads through it before destroying it in a brief flash of magical fire and stomping off, muttering energetically in mulhorandi: 'Phelzaron. The Raging Eye. A rashemi killing a priest of Kossuth in Cormyr. The enclave starts to sell junk. Last thing I need now is some mysterious moron comparing us to Zhents and the black hand!'