A Letter: To Tarcanus Frostbourne


quill and parchment

Ana glanced at the stack of chests beside the door, a feeling of emptiness filling her more than anything.  She’d had a lot of time to reflect on the events of recent months, and with the rebuilding of the Manor finally about to begin, in earnest, she now felt compelled to take some time to rest, relax, and touch base again with her friends and colleagues.

It is said that home is where the heart is, and while hers was here, it was with her ‘family’ in Quel’thalas, also, and this was what she now needed to do.  Spend time with her family, take some time out, re-evaluate.  She sat at the large, ornately carved desk in the living room and penned one last letter before her departure.

Dear Tarcanus,

You don’t know how good it was to see you at class a few nights ago, even if just for the familiarity of your face.  You looked incredibly well, and I regret we weren’t able to speak more at the time, but we are all busy with our own obligations and endeavours, are we not?  

I am heading back to the Estate for an extended period while the rebuilding of my own home is in progress.  I hope that we’ll be able to sit down over some tea and have a good long catch up some time after my arrival.  It has been far too long.  I’ve many stories to tell, and don’t doubt that you have many of your own.  In any case, I look forward to it.

Warmest Regards,

Anaveya.

PS.  One more thing to note, perhaps, that might be of interest to you.  It has come to my attention that my sister is in possession of a certain tome that may contain valuable information pertinent to the Order, and it’s progression.  But we’ll talk about that soon, no doubt.

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