Reasons to Hunt Mhogedu

Date: 01/30/2013 at 08:18
From: Father Bahtell
To : Xith I. Riddle, Speaker of the Guard
Subj: Reasons to Hunt Mhogedu

I, too, am quite confused about the fascination that certain mhun have
with preserving their own race. I can understand a compulsion to
preserve one's own kind. As a Dwarf, I tend to avoid murdering those who
are like me without just cause. Actually, as one sworn to Good, I avoid
murdering any being without just cause. However, race alone is just not
enough of a consideration for protection or punishment. There are many
other reasons to consider here.

When I examine the situation carefully, I can see that the Mhun of
Mhogedu, in particular those of military rank and sworn to power, have
chosen to guard karma and keep slave labour under their opression
working within their mines. The guardians of Creation have removed any
protection that Mhogedu has previously held for these precise reasons.
As such, I see no reason why your self-proclaimed guardianship should
stand, or even be considered anything but a desperate ploy for
exploiting those who would choose to protect Creation. I hunt without
respect to race, but with my own conscience and the guidelines of Good
as my guide, not some self-proclaimed rabble that seeks to exploit a
situation for reasons that make little sense.

In Service to Creation,
Father Bahtell

Penned by my hand on the 18th of Miraman, in the year 617 AF.