For many days; after the demise of HRH Dawn I have watched and waited for a rallying surge of the warriors of this land. I thought perhaps that a fire fueled by the virtues; Would ignite and consume bane and his army. But none came. I thought that the citizens saw Dawn as hope. The virtues are a great standard too rally under. I thought that the citizens knew that they were all falliable. i thought that they relied upon Dawn because they looked too her and saw hope. Hope that a being could follow the virtues. That it was possible too have no greed or no arrogance , no self aggrandizement. But i was foolish. The so called brave warriors of this land; Are nothing more than trumpeters of there own successes. Britannia did not deserve a great benefactor such as Dawn. I now see her murder; as if all the citizens of this land, plunged the dagger into her, themselves! I have traveled too ilshenar and fought the bane army alone. Striking down man after man; and , beast after beast. Until the meadowed grass fields and woods lost its beautiful green hues. None stood by my side. For their is no grand honor too be noticed here. No lowly citizens to praise so called heros. I hope the Bane army will smother this land. I hope that the Castle in britania is razed into dust; and blown by the winds, into the deep waters of the sea. To never be remembered. I hope the lowly citizens of this land will finally see that their heros are the unvirtuous and the liars. Bane, is more truthful in what he does and stands; than any so called servants of virtues. Therefore; all Ophidians, all meer, and all the unvirtuous citizens of this land; are now my enemies. I will strike them down with no mercy. No sympathy will be seen in my manners or actions. Bane! I call too you! I desire an audience with you. If you so desire, Seek me out so that i may pledge my allegience too you. I have no doubt that i could make a good effective captain in your army.