An Open Letter on Oppression and Peacocks

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An Open Letter on Oppression and Peacocks contains a letter of complaint written by Pickens to a tabloid publication.

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Baldur's Bash' is printed in bright, bold letters on the front cover followed by many exclamation marks. This copy is focused on letters to the editor.

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  • Rarity: Common
  • Weight: .05 kg / .1 lb
  • Price: 14 gp


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[Written in a furious, sloping hand, this is a letter to the editor of 'Baldur's Bash', a tabloid notorious for its controversial articles.]


Dear Editor,


I find it despicable, nay, diabolical, that you would defend Baldur's Gate's ridiculous restrictions regarding animals in the city. No animal larger than a peacock may gain entry? How archaic! My darling Giselle is the most well-behaved bear you'll ever meet, and yet to spend time with my child I must visit my summer home in Cormyr.


I call upon the Parliament of Peers to resolve this issue. Immediately. The emotional and psychological well-being of the people of Baldur's Gate is at stake, and I shall take this to the highest of authorities should it not be dealt with accordingly.


Right now, Giselle cries out for her father. This archaic policy has separated a child from their parent. I don't know how Grand Duke Ulder Ravengard lives with himself.


Yours faithfully,


Mr R Pickens