The scroll was rolled tight and sealed with a black ribbon and further marked by a silvered wax seal. This scroll was further put into a scroll case that bore the same silvered wax seal. The journey from Westport to Dalecara was a strange one, but the courier was Dalecara and he was able to maneuver his way to delivering his letter to Chief Dan Salmonface.
To: Chiefton Dan Salmonface
From: Helvarin Sir Adam Vansen, Phantoms Cry
Blessing and Light upon you Chiefton. We have heard some of your troubles in Dalecara but knowing how you led your people here on the shores of Helios we have no doubt that you will be successful in all of your endeavors.
My Mother, Helvarin Sivian Vansen, has charged me with much of the tasks that go with leading our county, and as you were once under our charge and flourished as such, I would offer aid if you should need it. We are not a people to show charity, so do not look at it as such, we only wish to help a people we consider our own and you have been a strong representative of those people.
The courier will wait for your reply, he is a good and skilled man, please see that he is treated well.
I know you do not believe in the six, but allow me the small courtesy as I know no other greater wish to give you. May the Blessings of the Six be on you.
Helvarin Sir Adam Vansen, Phantoms Cry
The words of the letter were specific and sure. Helios was known to fervently guard sending weapons and armor to foreign lands, believing that it was unwise to arm someone who might one day be an enemy. Adams words, saying that he considered the Dalecara one of their own perhaps left the door open for more than just food and tools. Adam unlike his mother was far more careful with his words, while she was blunt and to the point he spoke like layers on layers, a true son of Lorna.