Upon the death of Lord Thiago Gallius, certain accusations were made by unknown sources via The Scope news outlet regarding the nature of his passing. House Gallius formally disputes this slanderous gossip, finding the contention that Lord Gallius’ death had malicious undertones to be utterly false.
Lord Gallius had been suffering for many months from a neurological disorder, to which his doctors can attest, and a formal autopsy has confirmed this.
House Gallius demands the source of these rumors be brought forth to face justice for this calumny.
That Lord Gallius was suffering from a neurological disorder explains amply how a man of his station could put his name to the absurd document put about by the ridiculous Newelle coterie of wayward liberals, Ammatar lovers and heresy mongers.
Now that the Lord Gallius has gone, ah, to his reward, perhaps it will obviate the need for any action against his house and family by those injured by his mistaken action – which we now see was caused by a sad state of mental impairment in the twilight of his life.
May the One True Lord see him to his final estate.
I have the honor to be,
Aga-Count Chakaid of Kahah III,
Paladin Deacon, Orders Militant of the Theology Council,
Plenipotentiary Representative of His Majesty Farokh Khanid III
What in God’s name are you rambling incoherently about? Maybe you should have a visit with your physician, Aga-Count Chakaid. We wouldn’t want you being lost to a neurological disorder.
I mean, really, this kind of talk is ridiculous. If you remember, I was one of the few that defended the Kingdom’s right to deal with their slave rebellion as they saw fit, however poorly it was executed.