The Praetor has been characterized in uncharitable accounts as hoarding paper as dragons hoard gold, but any historian will affirm that it would be easier to draft a coherent chronicle if in fact, that were true. The Ephemera collection attempts to assemble some semblance of chronological order to the wild and fragmented array of letters that have come down to us.
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From: Equites Amrunrosse
I will be honoring the life of Xilinar not long after Cheva returns, unless she is in the brig.
Your presence would please me, when I have it.
Your friend, Folodu