Perhaps then you would be able to answer the following questions in detail:
If the current pillars outside of Cadomyr, the ones upon which Grey resurrected, do not belong to the demon, does this mean that we face a second, greater threat?
What evidence is there that the pillars in front of the towns have simply moved and are not in fact new creations?
What evidence do you have that collapsing the tunnels within Mount Letma, as proposed by Plan Blau, (also why is it Blau and not Blue), will close an interdimensional portal?
Furthermore, when the pillars in front of Galmair were destroyed nearly one year ago, the pillars suddenly appeared in front of Cadomyr. When those same pillars, which were nearly double the amount that existed in front of Galmair, were destroyed, why did only half that amount appear in front of Runewick and why did they not immediately appear as full pillars?
Why have the pillars first appeared in front of Galmair and Cadomyr instead of Runewick? Cadomyr exists in a mana dead zone, which is why the interdimensional portal is hidden deep in Letma, where no mage would ever wish to look. Galmair at least can be considered normal in terms of surrounding mana. Runewick on the other hand, is the center for all magical learning. Why would the demon wait til now to draw mana from Runewick?
Why are there pillars surrounding the temple of Sirani? Is there some unknown power we do not know of? Or is she feeding off of the divine energy in the area? Why has the demon not targeted the outlying temple of Malachin or even Oldra as well?
If the portals surrounding the pillars are connected to this interdimensional portal, why have we not made the attempt to reverse them and enter them instead? Would this not bring us to the wellspring inside Letma?
Investigation by one Chirch of Cadomyr concluded that the Dragon Erdhal had been held underground by the demon for many years. There he observed the movements of the undead and could feel the demons presence. If the demon could command many more undead, but instead chooses to distract us with meager forces, then why does it do so? If the demon could summon legions of undead and decimate us, why does it not do so? Could distracting us and creating strife between the towns be its goal instead so that we do not meddle in its affairs?
Why are pieces of the demons full name, Preacerdhal, appearing on pillars across Illarion? Prea, Acerd, Dhal. We have confirmed that these names exist, after all it was Prea who was found under Galmair and warped the minds of the kings. Acerd is a knight in Cadomyr, though it seems he is quite innocent of any dealing with the demon. And dhal, which I can only assume is part of the name Erdhal, is both the name of your dragon and an insane warlock that roams the wilds of Illarion. One who I have only met twice, but clearly does the deeds of the blood god if not the demon. Why are these names along with the knight Caine of Cadomyr, whose name in no way fits into the demons, the only names to appear upon the pillars? Surely this has an actual meaning and not just coincidence.
The demon is intent on targeting mages. As Runewick’s citizenship is primarily mages, what steps have been taken to ensure the safety of Runewick and its citizens in these matters?
What tasks and assistance are currently required to bring this threat to an end? What current of plan of action is being devised? What has been done in the past two months since the pillars appearance to fight this dark, unforeseen force?
Concerned Scholar of Runewick,