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How can we know the Dancer from the Dance

Being an account from the diaries of Burya "The Storm" Noch

We set off to the ball in fairly regal fashion. I can count on one hand the times I have been privileged enough to ride in a carriage. Such conveyances were of rare necessity in my old tribe. We had a decent number of noble men and women come to conduct business and correspondence. They came and left on these hunks of wood and velvet, but I rarely had time to be a part of anything that granted me access to the devices. I would note that The Misses was delivered to the tribe on a carriage. I’m sure she enjoys the ride the ball in one tonight.

The house of Hawkwinter is an impressive building. It is well suited for the celebration of Salune….


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