Dear Ansur

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Dear Ansur is a letter found on the corpse of Ansur in The Dragon's Sanctum during Chapter Three

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A plain, unadorned note

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  • Notes
  • Rarity: Common
  • Weight: 0.05 kg / 0.1 lb
  • Price: 14 gp


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Dear Ansur,

I've said it a thousand times and I'll say it again - there is no cure, and that's all right. I'm fine, more than fine, I'm better than I've ever been. So why torture yourself like this? Of course, I know why.

Remember Yal Tengri, you and I sailed together for months, seeking the Great Spire. By the time we found it, we were sick as dogs. But you never left my side, not for a moment, even though you could have simply chosen to fly. You told me there was something about experiencing it with me - through my eyes - you wanted to share in my passion for the adventure. It was, you said, a privilege. The truth is, the privilege was mine.

You are the greatest thing that ever happened to me, Ansur. I never had to ask you for anything, but I'm asking you now to stop. I may no longer feel my feelings, but I know yours and yours are agony. It doesn't have to be this way. Be free, Ansur. Fly. And know that even if I'm not beside you, I will always have been your Balduran.