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Suelto's Ethic of War

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Suelto's Ethics of War argues that destroying our enemies is an ethical course of action.

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A treatise by Cristina Suelto proposing harsh retaliation against political adversaries.

Properties

  • Books
  • Rarity: Common
  •  Weight: 0.5 kg / 1 lb
  • Price: 14 gp


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The Ethic of War

by Cristina Suelto


My colleague Amaps proposes fair rules of engagement in times of war - and forgiveness upon victory.


Are we to spare our enemies, then, once they have fallen to our might? Are we to put all hatred behind us when surrender is offered?


Indeed not. For what shall we do, once our opponent gathers new armies and masses them once again along our borders? We shall wage another war, and count the lives snuffed out by our own magnanimity.


Once an enemy kingdom is conquered, it must be razed to the ground. Only then can we be free of its spectre.

Notes

  • The book found in Wyrmway Trials is called Suelto's Ethics of War however the description is identical.
  • See also: Amaps' Memoirs