The group you sent me has taken to all things sailing as fish to water. Not only are they excellent sailors, but they are quite exquisite shipwrights to boot, proving their skills in the town of Olympia when there were some troubles there. They could use a little more patience when fishing, but I believe that will come with age and experience.
Our wargames have also outgrown my keep and my lake. As such, I will be taking them to the high seas once I have procured an appropriate mercantile vessel and cargo. I plan to test their skills in navigation, maintenance, problem solving, and combat through pirate heavy waters. I will mainly be acting as guide and observer. Quite interested to see how the blighters do on the open ocean… Koryn’s blessings be upon us.
Baron Captain Karl Fischer of the Lake / K’Sellis the Silver
“Shall I pray for good fishing?” The silver dragon’s muted amusement welled from their shared soul, the words clear in his mind.
Karl chuckled as he sealed the letter and handed it to his assistant to be sent. “I do believe that’s my job, brother.” He glanced out the window, noting the hour. He’d be needed for his droll duties as Baron soon, and his very helpful assistant Tai would probably be entertaining thoughts of jamming Karl’s sword down his throat if he attempted to dodge them again this week.
“You’re lucky dragons don’t have to sit through these meetings, Sel.”
He had the distinct impression of the dragon, currently in his aerie basking in the late season sun, snorting. “Half of me has to, does that count?”
Karl simply shook his head to the feel of the dragon’s mirth.