I once again passed through your charming town;. it’s very nice this time of year, and soon enough Te’vash will be ascendent. You can already feel the change of seasons; its so fascinating to experience seasons this way. I noticed that you all found my gift; I’m so glad you all enjoyed it. I know I’m greatly appreciating what I got from it. Oh, and speaking of things that were enjoyed, I greatly enjoyed seeing all of your burdens, more than 32 in fact!. Congratulations on a job well done. And as a thanks for playing my game, I owe you some translated words.
I do worry about how many of you counted yourselves or your friends when I asked you to carry heavy burdens. To be fair, our struggle with self confidence really is a heavy burden. Now I can’t exactly blame you for this, I know as well as most that you can’t control who impacts your life, who breaks you, who remolds your fate. I didn’t always see myself as a monster, for example, but then what was done was done, and now here I am ripping out hearts and burning down farms. Which by the way, I did. I needed some wheat to give as an offering to Te’vash, and what was I supposed to do, ask for it? Thats not what monsters do. I promise no one died this time, at least not yet. Without their livelihood, who knows how long until that family will last.
Anyway, let’s continue our game, with some alteration. The end of the month belongs to Te’vash, to whom I have left an offering somewhere in your proper. Te'vash is a being of both greed and charity; This time I’d like to see 32 instances of you performing acts of charity; whatever that means to you. As before, you can write them or draw little stick figures and leave them on any of Travance’s public boards; I’ll find them. In return, not only will you keep my interest, but I’ll also offer forth some more of the translations you want so much. If they’re interesting enough, I’ll even provide a translated word you request. Just leave your request on the board with your acts of charity.