I do not advise my old friends from KOTO to talk to you.
You are a subject without honor. I don't think it's a good idea for them to trust you or respond to your proposals.
How can you request such a thing without mentioning the name of our great leader?
(PS! I like to spam threads here about certain topics, but a lot of topics it's more fun and more effective to try in game. If you can't get koto members to stop walking by by talking to them, I dunno what to say.)
Yo I told Maltie and she said, "What? They let him out?
That's rich coming from some ruffian who used to sit on the dock all day and eat raw fish, threw on a robe one day and started calling himself sophisticated. Most people accepted it because they wanted him to GO AWAY.
Only someone with his lack of insight would call for the crucifixion of 1000 people and not be able to afford to bury the bodies. He probably plans to just leave them there."
These Tindrimine are getting weirder and weirder.
It's sad that nave is a place where nobody bats an eye at crucifixion! But, like I said, they probably see it more as a crazy old man rambling hue hue. Cept Grendel who is down for anything that involves tea bagging elves.
You live in a Nave where bandits murder people on the regular, where bands of Risar exterminate cities and villages, where insect plagues bring apocalypse, but a little law in order is somehow difficult for you to accept? The weighty matters of statecraft and empire are not for the weak, you should move along.
(I didn't see any quotation marks, so I'm taking it as an expression of faith. I think hubris is a fine word (though, as @Favonius Cornelius could tell you, I have trouble finding rhymes for it), and it's often used to mean 'arrogance', but it also has a more precise, classical religious meaning: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hubris#Ancient_Greece You all in this thread are very entertaining, by the way. Thanks for a good read.)You speak on behalf of the primordial god SOL?
I call hubris.