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Attn: Master Bowyer Junden, House Thracyen

I would like to request from you a commission, good sir.

Your skills in your craft are well-known throughout Dorne, and it has always been my intent to have you craft me a personal bow that I would wield with pride for my house (and therefore your own) and that time has come, if you would do me that honor.

I will be attending the Prince’s Nameday Tournament in Sunspear some three weeks hence, and would be honored to wield this bow at that event and win honor for our houses with a victory in the archery contest. Though word of my skills with a bow may not have reached you there, as my exploits to this point have been admittedly on the practice field, I assure you they are exemplary, and I have not a doubt that with one of your bows I will take victory at the games.

Please respond with the cost of your best work, and a time frame for it’s completion, as I am anxious to feel it’s wonder in my hands and loose flights of arrows the likes of which have not been seen in Dorne.

Signed by my own hand,

Giselle Montkillier, Castellan of House Corinthyen


Dear Steward Marque,

Please thank Junden for his acceptance of this work, and tell him that I will arrive in one week at Liberty Hall to watch and guide (without interference, of course) as he produces my weapon. I would be honored if the Lady would have me as her guest as this project is completed before I must return to Skycrest to finish the preparations in advance of our departure for Sunspear and the tournament.

I look forward to gazing from atop your walls one week hence, and watching your master at work. I would also enjoy some friendly competitions with your renown archers in preparation of the games.

Giselle Montkillier, Castellan of House Corinthyen


Dear Steward Marque,

I am happy to say that your own Alexia Thracyen will be joining me on my journey, and we will be accompanied by some half-dozen of our own Hoplites to assure us safe passage through the mountains.

I write this in hopes that you might prepare an appropriate greeting for us, as Alexia has been somewhat solemn of late, and your warm welcome may brighten her spirits, as will the trip itself, I’m sure.

Giselle Montkillier, Castellan of House Corinthyen

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