[7] Letter: From Narayan Steele to Mercurian Steele

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My brother,

I grow tired of this mental war. I am beginning to understand why you choose not to debate but to act. Under the condition you cease to bother me about this clan, you may do with them as you please. Two men lost do not justify this choice, but I am sick of it. I shall put my trust into your actions once more, and I hope you will not disappoint me and besmirch the name of our clan whilst you seek revenge.

  • Narayan Steele, 24.01.1930