To the “Heroes” who bravely kidnapped my daughter:
Return April Bennett to me, and all will be forgiven. I understand that, in the heat of the moment, mistakes can be made, and the act of one should not be the bar by which I judge the lot of you. If you choose, however, not to return my daughter to me, then I will hold all of you accountable.
I understand matters such as these are weighty decisions and take Travancians time to process and understand. I will allow you one month to consider your actions. If my daughter is not returned to me by then, then you will leave me no choice, and what happens next will be on your head. Choose wisely.
- Lucien Bennett
Hello Anwir Bennett,
I am one of the people you met at April’s lovely birthday party. From what we talked about last Friday night, I believe we have the same overall goals. I am willing to talk with you about this as long as you can make certain that your brother is somewhere far away and is not a threat. I can guarantee your safety during our conversation if you do so. I’m sure you can get information on how to contact me from your wonderful brother, as he as already sent me a visitor.
If you are looking to converse with someone who does not have "a penchant for violence," you may be better suited to seek conversation outside of the Barony of Travance. I am afraid almost all of us bear that inclination.
However, I am willing to meet and talk things over peacefully. I also highly suggest you accept Dirge's offer of tea and crumpets. I find teatime with him to be consistently delightful, and you may learn a thing or two of those you are quick to judge.
Dear Anwir Bennett
I am more than happy to assist where I can so that everything can be amicable and resolved peacefully. My offer still stands
Killing you serves no purpose, as all it would do is rob April of her new found uncle, and deprive a sentient, if touched vampire of his handler.
If I really wanted to hurt you, I'd go after your financials..
[Still not Bharash]
As again you only have a penchance for violence, you will have to excuse me from attempting to communicate with you all.
I will reach out to Maliouse on my own accord.
You misunderstand, I do in fact simply wish to talk, over crumpets and tea, in an open field, during the day, maybe with a game of lawn darts going. If your brother can't make it, than I'm sure he can send a representative of his. Perhaps you in fact.
I look forward to seeing you.
P.S. I may even be able to acquire some of Mina's confectionery delectables.. she certainly has been baking a lot after the events of the party. Honestly, an excellent coping mechanism.