"Dear Diary, Session 15"
Once again I am torn between two ideals. Just as I thought I was starting to get a firm (and generally non-tifling) head on my shoulders I am introduced to the Evening Glory and told they don’t make “undead” they just bring people back from the dead…then I saw a skeleton with four arms. Perhaps I shouldn’t have asked him about the Bloodless eye, but rather how he felt about being brought back from the realms of the lifeless. And if we can just be “brought back” where does consequence lie? Where is the reverence for the Final Action? I like Tony, I do. He seems nice enough and he certainly wants to help. And in denying his beliefs what am I saying about what we are trying to do with the Sargent? I would be openly hypocritical to scorn Tony’s beliefs when I myself am trying to achieve the exact same thing. And if a cleric of the Evening Glory had been at my house on that day, would I not have wished them to bring back my family so that I could hear the laugh of my newborn baby sister or dance with my older brothers around a springtime celebration fire? While Zatina would be proud, I think, of how I’ve learned to manage my tongue with honey and scorn for perfectly timed conversation, I still am at a loss of words for the troubles that plague my mind in the Evening Glory of the Queen.