Sybil Malach's Inbox

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Sybil Malach
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Posts: 1042
Joined: Sun Feb 03, 2019 9:36 pm
Race: Human
Profession: Ignoble Thanatologist
Renown: +295
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Wealth Tier: Tier 5
Medal count: 3

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Sybil Malach's Inbox

Wed Jul 10, 2019 12:11 am

Greetings, future penpal.

Letters regarding the character Sybil Malach go here. They will be responded to as best as can be offered. Please PM this account to notify me of any letters, as a means to expedite any responses.

A template has been provided, if you are struggling with a means of boxcoding anything that you wish to send. I only ask that mail be formatted in a way that is legible; no pastel pinks on white backgrounds, I beg of you.
















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"The machinations of apathy benefit only those that have power upon you. Yet, are not all gods and men made equal beneath the weight of steel? What then to the flames that tempered that iron into steel? To make what was impure, pure again, it must be sent through a crucible of flame. Cooked until all that is left is the purity of a blameless soul. Iron that weeps is not steel. Iron that has been tortured, burned, scorched, becomes steel through redemption alone."
-Sybil Malach, justifying the burning of a necromancer.

NPCs: Karlsson, Margaret

11/2019 Writing goal: ‭‭‭‭‭6,903‬/75,000
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