This is a temporary page till I figure which goes where.
Dan7 09:54, 26 May 2008 (UTC)
Description: A note from a mysterious person regarding Lucy Walker
N - I have a bug in the ear of one of the Watch Officers. I'll have him drop a line and give the woman a scare or two. If she's up to anything, she'll likely make a break for it and they can pick her up. Either way, she'll be trouble for us no longer. - P
So High And Mighty Mister Priest - Remember how you locked me up last year? For calling you out on the street? Remember you broke my fingers for "heresy" you called it? Well, I seen you now, I seen how the gear-heads are taking all the gold and the land that used to be all yours. So I say to you hah, and hah again, and I spit on your hammers and your builder and may the gear-heads murder you all in your beds
Description: A letter to Lord Signoli asking about the ferns he obtained
Lord Signoli - Do tell me, I beg you, where you found those most exquisite ferns? I have never seen such lush greenery in my life! I do not doubt that they must be birthed in some magical workshop, rather than plucked from the wilderness, for surely such fronds are the work of an artist, not rough nature! -Lady Bumbleson
Description: A letter from Lord Thorburn regarding gifts for the Mechanists
Jerome - I don't care about excuses. I am sick to death of being the last to receive a favor-gift from Karras and his church. Find out what he wants. Money? Invitations? More exotic plants? They are his. But see that I receive the first of whatever he designs next, or you will find yourself begging for alms in the street.
Friends- Know thou that our Lord Karras was most disappointed by the attendance at his sermon two nights past. Though thine own faces were well seen, it is not sufficient in the Builder's eyes for thee to come alone. Know that all of thee must not only attend in thine own person, but must seek to bring as many of the city's elite as thou canst turn the ear of. Master Karras desires this patronage, and I know his disciples shalt not disappoint.
Description: One of Karras' sermons
When thou considerest thy place in the world, know that the Builder chose thee as a cog in the vast gear of His masterpiece. Take thy place and rejoice, for without all cogs in perfect order, the gear runs not! When thou lookest about thee, see thou that all proceeds in good order and know that it is a sign from the Builder that thou dost thine own part. -Karras
Friends! Leave not the boiler burning unattended, no more than thou wouldst leave thy child out in the wilderness alone! The forge and the boiler are granted by the Builder for our work, but they canst not function on their own without care!