Another piece of paper with text that appears to have been written with a shaky hand is added to the previous notification.
In addition to what my previous writers have reported, whom I thank greatly for their support: Krukk Kradash and me chased the abomination that once was Jefferson Gray through the Necktie Inn towards the Mine. There, we entered a stalemate and decided to leave the abomination be. It did not follow us, nor did it try to impede any further attepts of removing the corpse and pentagram from Galmair's Gates.
The abomination appeared a strong enemy in single combat, but also had to be present at the scene to point his hand and weapon to summon beasts. His single combat abilities seemed substantial, as afore mentioned.
He has to stop for a moment, and takes a sip from a bottle of Tialdin's Absinthe. Under the bandage around his lower body and back, no significant amounts of blood appear to run from the light wounds he sustained from the battle. It had gotten closer to defeat than he was used to. He continues.
Like I previously wrote, the corpse pentagram in front of the gates have been removed. There remains one at the Necktie Inn and possibly other locations across Illarion. These apparations appear to serve as summoning points for the minions of the abomination, although other hidden purposes might exist.