- See also: The Awiergan Scrolls: Second Aspect
(Two scrolls. The first is a letter bearing the seal of a lesser Orlesian noble house.)
Our line is dead, but still walking. I know not if it is because of the old ways, but my three boys are now something other because of want. If He can be called on, I ask you, Scholar, do so, and the price is paid.
(The second scroll is vellum, with archaic script and phrasing, but the red ink remains somehow wet.)
Of binding a symptom, no vial can contain you.
Two of three, three yourself, asunder.
Caged, but still meddling, you will not goad me.
Truth will hold you, or it is no longer true.
(The second scroll ends with a crude map, and a handprint in red, the little finger severed at the second knuckle.)