Hee. You seem to have mistaken me for Ms. Tsukiyo.
Let’s, for a moment, take your feelings as sincere, Ms. Malitia.
If that is true, what a strange position you find yourself in.
Your masters show no sign-- none-- of wishing for peace. They appear in fact to war constantly among themselves. Civil war in the Collective appears to be a sort of substitute for debate, with the latest discussion apparently being the, “What’s better: drones or conscripts?” debate Veles and Perun are conducting on Vale II. What’s more, it seems what we’d consider weapons of mass destruction are apparently just kind of routine (if profound) arguments in Pochven, with Svarog slinging antimatter around like stern rhetoric.
And we have no indication, at all, that stuff like this ever stops. I mean, the Collective’s already fighting the Drifters there-- Ancient Enemy Azdaja, the force so terrible that Svarog ended up having to distribute the Leshak design to the others without requiring a proving first-- but it’s pretty clear they’ve got no qualms about pitting their forces against each other as well (or at least, not many, because that’s exactly what they’re doing).
THAT is what you want us to leave in peace. Ms. Malitia, you’re kind of standing outside the gates to some sort of netherworld worthy of Mr. Nauplius’s nightmares (or, you know, some kind of dream) and telling us we mustn’t come in to look for anything that might still be saved lest we trample the flowers-- even as those same flowers are in plain view being obliterated by iron-shod bhaalgorn boots (or … hooves, or whatever bhaalgorns step on things with).
It’s a completely bizarre position. The only reason I can think of for it is … are you perhaps afraid we might actually be able to take Pochven back? That you could lose your home?
The Triglavian Collective typically welcomes challengers. I guess that’s one reason you might not, though.