To: The Emperor of the Kothari Satar From: Arasos Anthon-Solien, Xarc of the Inan ea Daharai and Kons Ziros His Majesty oversteps and stumbles, wading hip-deep into treacherous waters. He demonstrates his ignorance, or at the least his willingness to egregiously and shamefully deride the Red Chamber with falsehoods of his own concoction. My beloved country - fair and benevolent Spitos! - has never in its history brought violence to any shore where such was not earned as just and deserved consequence of malice or caprice. He speaks of the campaigns of my august predecessor against his own realm, claiming innocence. He neglects to address the crimes his forebears strove to commit against the Helsian Empire, our true and noble ally of centuries, which precipitated that historic conflict. Do not insult the legitimacy of my lawful and ancient titles, for I have never cast aspersions upon your own. Do not seek to cow me, for you will find me unbowed by fear and inspired to Righteousness. Do not underestimate the courage of the Daharai, for they shall disabuse your ambition. The Red Chamber shall remind His Majesty that his authority amounts to precisely nothing upon the sea, and that he would be better served to swallow down the enormity of his pride before he chokes upon it.