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Welcome to The Chosen's journals. Each character is invited to keep a
journal and write down the thoughts of their characters as they wander
through Nyternia. In addition, the DM has a journal which highlights
each session. The players are:
Malif's Journal, session #32
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Once again I find myself contemplating the best course for expanding the power base of the Fabricari and, of course, by extension, myself. Such plans are now coming to the point where they cease to be merely academic and are now within the realm of possibility. I can, finally, cast Teleport, which allows me the luxury of physically moving to a place where I might affect some small part of my schemes. The choice now is between peaceful, economic means and more violent, political ones. I sense that Vernon tires of always being the servant and never the master, and Vaugner has little enough reverence for the Belar. Perhaps one or the other would be for conquest rather than servitude? The fiefdom with Deepwater has always interested me. Perhaps Vernon or Vaugner might like the sound of "Lord of Deepwater" ringing after his name? I, for one, would rather remain in the background, neutral as it were, so that I might be able to have dealings with more than one of the fiefdoms of Trovantain. No one is truly neutral when it comes to politics, but we Fabricari should try, should we not? Ha!
In the meantime, I shall contemplate the steps necessary for my Fiddle and for an interesting new project I think would come in handy. I've been reviewing notes for a Quill of sorts, and adjunct to any scholarly mage's library. With the Fiddle in place, it shall soon be time to amass a library, and house one, obviously, and to grow it to useful size. The Quill will help in that regard. And Deepwater may be just the place, especially if I can encourage the others to gain an interest in the little hamlet by the sea.