An Epistle to the Seekers
To: Tsing Cho, Seeker 5th Degree
From: Hissarmau of the Taanmrow, Seeker 1st Degree
Salutations and Greetings Master and Mentor,
I, Hissarmau of the Taanmrow, most humble Seeker 1st Degree respectfully greets Master Cho, Seeker 5th Degree and wish him long life, many scrolls and the good fortune to fill them.
My dear Master, your humble and obedient student wishes to share a surely insignificant piece of information with you. As a Seeker 1st Degree, this unimportant scholar is well aware that such important things such as Great Questions are beyond this foolish kit’s concern and that one should not mix above one’s station. But an event has recently happened to this unimportant person that might be of interest to my superiors who are properly concerned with Great Questions. I graciously wish to share this with you Master as you may well forgive any presumptions made by this student and perhaps protect me from my own foolishness should it prove necessary.
I submit that I am aware that one of the Great Questions under consideration at this time is concerned with matters of the nature of time, more specifically whether there are differences in the flow of time between separate planes of existence. I have recently had an experience I wish to submit to you for consideration. Recently my travels have taken me to the planet of Spiral in Braalspace. While on Spiral, my companions and I entered Dreamspace (located at the ruined city of Araculus) in order to utilize a portal key enabling us to return to Cormir. When the key was used, we indeed returned to Cormir. Three and a half weeks later than anticipated or expected. We left Dreamspace about 30 Elient and entered Cormir Uktar 5. I have enclosed the broadsheet that confirmed Cormir’s date. Unfortunately I have no other proof except the testimony of my companions.
Also enclosed with this note are all written scrolls recording my adventures and notes to be added to the Seeker’s Library. I am off to a prophetic battle to take place in the Tears of Selune. I shall take all appropriate notes as per usual with an attached note that in the event of my death, the scrolls are to be sent to the Seeker’s Library with appropriate compensation made to the messenger.
This humble student hopes she has not been inappropriately imprudent in mixing in matters better left to her superiors and begs forgiveness for any presumption on this foolish person’s part.
Hissarmau of the Taanmrow, Seeker 1st Degree