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Keagan
06 April 2007 @ 12:20 am
[Filter: Faith]

Don't ask me how, but I've managed to secure a bottle of Diarnay Red. It was not easy, however I thought you might like a taste of home as opposed to a local brew. That, and there was no Megam rum to be had in the entire palace that I could afford.

Happy Birthday.
 
 
Pandora
06 April 2007 @ 12:27 am
[Filter: Private]

... I should have been there ... I really should have been there ... I failed. I failed and it's silly to be so upset because they're not upset at me but I still failed!

And ...

[Filter: Prince Julian]

Er ... Your Highness are you um sure you're all right ...????
 
 
Mood: distresseddistressed
 
 
Reeve of Atsiria
06 April 2007 @ 12:50 am
[Filter: Councillor Gideon, in Atsirian]

Councillor, I trust that I can rely on you to help contain any upsets that may arise as a result of overriding Edalene's authority.
 
 
Jordan
06 April 2007 @ 01:00 am
Damn. Just...damn.

I think the sooner we get out of here, the better. Besides, I really should be with them in Atsiria.

[Filter: Prince Julian]

...hey. You holding up all right?
 
 
Mood: indescribableindescribable
 
 
Justine of Ysak
06 April 2007 @ 01:01 am
[Atsirian]

Did you really sell the dancing outfit?
 
 
 
Keran of Sarrca
06 April 2007 @ 02:35 am
[Filter: Private]

Now, I wonder, is it too morbid to start wondering and picturing the battle in my mind? One must have a clear picture, after all, in order to appreciate it, and Joseph is hardly a good descriptor.

I'm almost saddened that your lady mother and father listened to my advice and stayed home, Lady Tyre. How amusing it might have been, but alas, a man plays with the cards he is given. And wouldn't it be deliciously ironic if you were crippled in the same way Keane of Sylea pretended to be? I'm sure House Sylea would find that even more amusing than I would. An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, a hand for a hand, is that not how the saying goes? Though I profess I may have added the last bit, my memory is simply horrible that way.

And what might you say to me afterward, I wonder? Is that how my identity might finally become clear on these journals? I suppose that I could sacrifice more soldiers to the One-Eyed Crow if I must -- none of them would hesitate, you realize, not after I'm through with them, of course, they never do -- but I find the concept of meeting my dear killer face-to-face somewhat enthralling. Lynette would have my head, but alas, Lynette would not understand my purpose.

Oh, how I will enjoy the briefing Joseph gives me upon his return, Lady Tyre. Good battle.
 
 
Mood: deviousdevious
 
 
Garvey
06 April 2007 @ 03:39 am
Thought somethin' bad would've happened by now.
 
 
Gideon
06 April 2007 @ 03:48 am
[Filter: Private]

I don't often discriminate when it comes to beliefs under my command, but I think I will have to switch people who show less direct loyalty to the Queen and more loyalty to the command structure to the more important positions. Not that I have very many of those.

Things could get a tad messy, and that just wouldn't be good. Hopefully she'll start to listen to reason before these measures are needed.
 
 
Jack
06 April 2007 @ 04:27 am
So yeah, the merchant woman finally fired me. I saw it coming for a few days, but frigg if it doesn't mess up my plans. I just bought a new axe, and was hoping to have a couple more days of employment to cover my expences at the better inn! Guess it's back to slumming it.

Met a real nice looking girl from back home once I got back to the old inn I was staying at before. She was angry before she started talking to me, and I guess she's still angry cause I have this bruise. If a woman doesn't want to be called a whore she shouldn't try selling herself for dragon's sake! 'pparently she's trapped here since the guy who brought her over didn't give her enough money for ship fare back. Serves her right.

Guess there's nothing much else to say.
 
 
Morrigan
06 April 2007 @ 05:07 am
Recommended reading: Place the Moons. Joseph Edgar continues the true version of Eban and Rhiaeen's romance in a spectacular fashion in a modern setting. I think this author is going places, and a prolific scribing company has picked it up. In fifty years, it will be famous across Eire in my opinion.

One night the moons disappear from the sky. Eighteen years later, a pair of twins are on the run from church officials. The pair must fight the very dragons that bound them to the sky before they escaped... or is it just a ruse? You don't find out until a remarkably spectacular ending.

Who would have thought an westerner living in Rayla would have had the guts to write something like it? Best thing I have read all year. And with the Moon Festival coming up, I'm sure to sell a few copies.
 
 
 
Lawrence
06 April 2007 @ 11:55 am
[Filter: Faith]

Happy birthday. Didn't think I would be able to say that a week ago.
 
 
Mood: blahblah
 
 
Ash (Aubrecia)
06 April 2007 @ 03:27 pm
[Filter: Private]

This isn't

This isn't working!!!! I've been looking around and I've tried to get in, I've tried three times and last time I barely got out and I hate this I hate this I hate this


dragons, I

Lest, I'm sorry, I'm so sorry, and I promise I'll get you out I promise. it's just going to take awhile
 
 
Mood: frustratedfrustrated
 
 
Tea
06 April 2007 @ 05:55 pm
[Filter: Private]

Don't lie to me. I know why you're doing this.

[Filter: Pandora]

... He says I'm being promoted now. I will be a commander of the guards at the south gate during the night, and continue my patrols in the early morning. Not many people wanted the position...
 
 
Anton
06 April 2007 @ 06:07 pm
All of this waiting is I'd prefer if

It's hot.
 
 
Mood: blahblah
 
 
Erin
06 April 2007 @ 06:11 pm
Ah ... oh my! Deirdre is crawling.
 
 
Mood: lonelylonely
 
 
 
Matthias of Diarnay
06 April 2007 @ 06:16 pm
You know, I think I'm getting used to this. It's becoming a sort of grudging routine. Isn't that ironic? I'll finally be in the swing of things, and it'll be time to go back to life.
 
 
Mood: crappycrappy
 
 
Prince Julian of Kanemoria
06 April 2007 @ 06:18 pm
[Filter: Mydra]

Whatever clever story you've no doubt been hard at work constructing is taking too long to perfect. I hope that mine will suffice, though it is likely too truthful for your tastes. My apologies in advance.

[Filter: Public]

Contrary to certain rumours, I am very much alive. I do like to think that can be considered good news, though I will admit that I suffer from some measure of bias.

Unfortunately, it is all too common that good news is accompanied by tidings of a far less pleasant sort, and this is, unfortunately one such case. It is my understanding that this will not come as a surprise to many of you who reside in the lower districts of this city, but there was a recent attempt on the life of a distinguished and respected man, a Councilor I hold in high regard, despite our differing views of the current situation of the city of Norey. It was unsuccessful, I am happy to report.

It will also come as no surprise to some of you, if what I have gathered about the nature of his methods is true, that the man coordinating this treason was Prince Tristel, my own brother, a fact that pains me a great deal to discover. However, let it not be said that any man or woman here is above the law. You all know, of course, the penalty for treason.

I do not intend to run an administration that protects lawbreakers of any stature or birth. I also do not intend to allow those with no such claims to suffer, where I have influence to relieve it. I want you all to know that in my eyes, you are equal, and I will strive to influence the Council accordingly wherever I am able. I ask you also to understand that I am only one man, High Prince though I may be, and the efforts of one man against a Council of Twelve begets only slow progress, that may be difficult at times to perceive. It does not, however, mean there is none.

I will be addressing the city tomorrow, as well, in the first truly open Forum since the Palace gates closed, on the Night of the Dead. You are all welcome to attend, rich or poor, it does not matter. And I will see to it that it does not matter to my advisors, as well. I do not expect to make up for the actions of this Council over the past year in a single day, but I do intend to set a new tone, one that does not exclude the people, against the very founding principles of this institution.

I hope you will all attend. Unless, of course, you are planning an attempt on my life, in which case I would urge you to reconsider. They tend to lose their dramatic effect when they occur more than once per week, you understand.
 
 
Mood: blank...
 
 
Chloe
06 April 2007 @ 06:37 pm
Well, like bloody hell I'm going to simply stop writing my thoughts down because a few people can see them~!!

This trip isn't so bad, though as predicted, Fartgus's voice (by the way, when you're adding an apostrophe a word that ends in "s" but is not a plural, correct grammatical form is to add another "s" after the apostrophe. You'd be just shocked how much published material I've found not to know that!!) is just insufferable in a contained area, I mean, really horrid. He should simply use the journal, it would be so much easier on everyone. Aside from that, it's been largely uneventful, though I did finish Midsummer Night's ... which reminds me, my lord, are you still interested in borrowing it??

The strange halfwit who got all up in my face the first time I wrote still hasn't given me an explanation. Perhaps that's normal behaviour for a halfwit, as I told them, they're the first I've met!! Still, it would be nice to have an explanation, bloody hell.

Understanding what is going on with these things is utterly perplexing, though it is fun translating the different languages. Hm, and also, it's ever such a pleasant coicidence that Kiefer does have a magical journal. It's hard not to trust it when Fartgus is sitting on the other seat flipping away in his, and it would be so nice to send messages to my family when I need to.

I think that's just about all I have to say!!
 
 
Christopher
06 April 2007 @ 07:17 pm
[Filter: Private]

Rumors. Do I ask what is going on or ...

If something happened, they would tell me. After all rumors are ... even so, they mentioned

... I have work to do here. Little that it is. If... it is truly serious then they would say.

Or maybe that's why they aren't

... I'll give it a little while. At least until things here... haha, as if they're actually going to calm down any time soon.
 
 
Mood: worriedworried
 
 
Reeve of Atsiria
06 April 2007 @ 09:12 pm
[Filter: Private, in Atsirian]

Tomorrow. Tomorrow it'll be over with, and things will be done, and it can finally go back to how things are supposed to be. It's for your own good, Edalene. I promise you it's for your own good.

Tomorrow.
 
 
Mood: tiredtired
 
 
 
Tyrane
06 April 2007 @ 09:16 pm
[Filter: Me]

...he better not be lying this time
 
 
Mood: crappycrappy
 
 
Corrina
06 April 2007 @ 09:30 pm
[Filter: Private]

oh but that's not even any time at all it was just her birthday they can't ... !!!!

and now the queen can't save them again can she??
 
 
Mood: distresseddistressed
 
 
Mulcahy
06 April 2007 @ 09:39 pm
[Filter: Sister Freya and Father Eron]

I do hope I have done that right. Am I correct in assuming that these filters as they are called work as they expected?

I have a slight matter of concern I would very much like to discuss with you, Your Graces. I am aware you must be quite busy, but if you could spare the time it would be grately appreciated.
 
 
Mood: worriedworried
 
 
Calaith
06 April 2007 @ 09:47 pm
[Filter: Private]

Dragons... maybe I should tell her... but I don't want to see her any more upset than she already is... it can only make things worse...

[Filter: Keagan]

So um... this doesn't sound good...

There has to be something... anything we can do... we can't just...
 
 
Mood: frustratedfrustrated
 
 
Faith, Paladin of House Franel
06 April 2007 @ 10:12 pm
Heh, that so.

[Filter: Private]

Guess bein' condemned for so long sorta gets y'used t'the idea.
 
 
Mood: blankblank
 
 
 
Lawrence
06 April 2007 @ 10:27 pm
[Filter: Rae]

I heard that you've been worried about me.
 
 
Mood: calmstrangely calm
 
 
Jace
06 April 2007 @ 10:40 pm
Getting a little loud out there, isn't it? I can't imagine why.

Actually, I think I've heard this sound before! But I must be wrong, really, riots, in Razen? That could only happen if someone were to undermine the--

Oh wait.
 
 
Mood: worriedworried
 
 
Relette
06 April 2007 @ 10:58 pm
[Filter: Keane]







I need you get Damien back.
 
 
Mood: crappycrappy
 
 
Amaeyra of Lireth
06 April 2007 @ 10:59 pm
[Filter: Private]

Tell him. When he dies, you will never know. He will never hear it.




[Filter: Lawrence]

If ... if you are going to die, you should do so without regrets.
 
 
Mood: distresseddistressed
 
 
Rhaieen
06 April 2007 @ 11:45 pm
Ah... is it truly so bad, in Razen? From the journals, it seems... it seems quite terrible...
 
 
Mood: confusedconfused