- On a dead courier in Ebrocca Masse.
Are you absolutely certain that such extreme precautions are necessary? I understand your interest in safeguarding the remains of grandmother -- and indeed, all of our eventual resting placed -- against unscrupulous grave robbers, but I doubt that even the most stalwart crusader would survive the gauntlets you have built in the mausoleums of Ebrocca, much less a petty thief.
I've seen some of the sketches your architect has drafted, and it seems that some of these traps are without safety mechanisms of any kind: what chance have our future generations of visiting our graves, if they should honor us with such a pilgrimage?
Again, Clanfather -- I do not doubt your motives. In truth, I am glad you have taken such responsibility for this monument to our clan-family: I merely want to be sure that you are keeping your usual level of rationality about you when making decisions as to the construction and expansion of Ebrocca. I hope this letter finds you well.