I'm going to be upfront. People who work here could probably blow up one corner of the building and I wouldn't fire them. The paperwork is a hassle, and trying to find someone with half-decent skills to move to the middle of nowhere and help run a fledgling guild is an even bigger headache. I appreciate that the founders are spreading the word, but at this point I have to ask the question of whether we're expanding too fast.
That in mind, I have no idea why people are so afraid of reporting things. This brother and sister duo are particularly bad. I have no idea when it happened, but if Thurkear hadn't insisted, strongly, that Cwrryn let him take a look at his bandaged hand, we might have ended up with a one-handed Master of the Forge. Does he have any idea how bad that could make us look? Let's not even talk about the guild's potential liability. They're also my responsibility. I care about their health. Stupidity like this helps no one.
Anyway about that fucking chimney. Wyllea had all of two months to report that shit to me. Here I was, sitting in my office, having already forgotten about that weird earthquake a little while back, thinking that the shaking had been the biggest concern, when the most ungodly sound interrupts my peace. She's lucky I wasn't talking to a potential client at that time or I would have shot someone.
So I come storming out of my office and the first thing I notice when I enter the kitchen is that it's a lot less stuffy than I remember. Oh, don't get me wrong, the chimney had fallen and torn a hole in the wall. It was pretty obvious. But I think my mind was in denial for a few seconds. Now, I'm not a builder or anything, but any self-respecting erinin knows that chimneys don't just give out like that. There would have been signs. So I don't think I can be blamed for getting angry.
Anyway, I'm past that now. Labor alone is probably going to cost us a bit. Paying for materials and delivery is going to just add on to the costs. It's not too big of a deal since the Dominion was at least nice enough to keep the whole banishment shit discreet, and contracts are still coming in, but it's just a totally unnecessary headache that could have been avoided. I don't even want to think about what I would do if that shit had killed someone.
The major events and journals in Alesana's history, from the beginning to today.
Alesana joins the ranks of Heroes!
Alesana enters the scene of legendary heroes! Welcome to the family of the Eternals!04:08 am - 18.05.2019
Letter of Condemnation: Excerpt
It is true that faith played a formative role in the upbringing of a young Alesana Dwric, as she learned of the world around her and carved her own path into the stone, to stand where I do today. It is true that this faith, unerring, undeniable, inviolabl...04:46 pm - 18.05.2019
I'm going to be upfront. People who work here could probably blow up one corner of the building and I wouldn't fire them. The paperwork is a hassle, and trying to find someone with half-decent skills to move to the middle of nowhere and help run a fledgli...11:23 pm - 19.05.2019