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Our work continues in the approach. It's a difficult post, but our soldiers are determined to represent the Inquisition as best as they can. Morale flags at times, but we manage.
Advisor suggestions Edit
Perhaps a distraction would help? We can see about sending books; they could set up a small library.
The terrain in the Approach is unkind. Our soldiers would be more comfortable if fitted with proper shoes.
Simple comforts can go a long way, and rations don't lift a soldier's spirits. We can see that they have a good meal at the end of the day.
A small shipment of books arrived earlier in the week, along with a periodical from Val Royeaux. It was unexpected but sparked some interests. Diversions are few, and it's good to know there's still a world out there.
Send our regards to the lady ambassador.
New supplies arrived, along with an enthusiastic shoemaker - or cordwainer, as he insists we call him. it's a nice word for the same thing, but no matter. the soldiers are pleased with their new equipment; there are far fewer complaints following patrol duty.
Everyone's grateful for the new cook. A good meal after a long day certainly lifts the spirit; talk around the dinner table has become more lively. Supplies in the approach are limited, but I swear that man can cook anything from nothing. One night, he managed to produce fish-and-egg pie. I haven't had one of those since Starkhaven. Sometimes the smallest things remind you of what you're fighting to protect.
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