That is a rather interesting recollection of events that you describe, Samantha Lynch. However, it is of course less than surprising that you show your bias and jump to the side of your wretched husband. Perhaps if you were to cast your mind back in a way less desperate to illuminate your devotion to the meandering buffoon, who which, for whatever reason, you have bound yourself to, you would recall that your hapless lover boy also threatened more than once to attack, without authority, an unarmed and helpless elfess who naught brandished a weapon. Regardless of who she was, committing such an act is an assault on the law and should be henceforth treated us such. I am sure you will agree since you are so well versed on the matter.
As stated before I find no puzzle in your response aimed at myself for it is clear where your loyalties lay. However, the curious part of this begins to rear its ettin sized head when one examines he who which your loyalty does lay. A turn-cloak, shameless and tongue wagging simpleton who could not even show loyalty to his arm, which be severed, nor his eye, which be plucked. It is no secret that your 'honorable hero husband', Azure, once did worship and carry out the deeds of the most fiendish of them all - the bone lord. But, of course, he could not even display his loyalty there... I daren't think I need go on describing nor analyzing the character of your husband. So it may be a good idea to cease your sarcastic assumption of mine. Afterall, the land of Illarion can be a cruel, perilous world for those who tell tall tales.
In closing, whether I be king or nay has no bearing on the matter. But, if it did, then your husband would find it exceedingly difficult to find shelter in my royal court lest he bowed to the king and doth kissed his royal feet.
Also, I don't giggle.
~Elite Jefferson Gray <>
King of Illarion.