Wench

Your letter to me was recently received. It was good to know that things are progressing. I do, however, have need to ask a question…or two.

I am horrified to hear that Miss Lottabodi has been injured. Her activities were in place of the sheep? How could this have happened? On her hands and knees, you say. While that is a pleasing image, I cannot understand the need. Surely, one of the GILFs would have been happy to fill in. There are certain similarities.

The sneaky dwarf must be punished for his subterfuge. He must not be allowed to stand-tall and strut around bragging of his malfeasance. He must be punished severely. I will await your suggestions.

I am concerned about Miss Lottabodi’s …well,…private parts. I desire to know, with certainty, their condition. The veterinarian must not be a party to this any longer. I wish you to personally undertake the examination periodically to ensure proper healing. Her contribution to the business has been invaluable. I know of your dislike of her but I ask that my request be honored. One of the FPs could assist. There would not be inappropriate activities that way – in either direction.

And be sure that she has nothing to do with the catapults!

I am glad you are maintaining that device. It is a vital part of the entertainment of the Castle. I may order another for amusement in both directions – simultaneously. Using gypsies.


Dragon