The reconstruction of Skreech, part 2

Date: 9/28/2013 at 2:37
From: Anonymous
To : Everyone
Subj: The reconstruction of Skreech, part 2

Sproket resisted the urge to do a little dance, but he did permit himself a self-satisfied chortle. The village of Skreech would be under constant repair for the foreseeable future, but the focused efforts of the community had led to the removal of most of the damage from the Keshian war. They had torn down the barricade to the outside world, and trade was beginning to flow.

Visitors had come to see the mystic, G'thel, who worked her power for coin. And others had donated generously to Smelnel, in the tavern, and others spread across the village. Sproket belched loudly as he remembered his latest helping of crusty bread and soup, complete with the innards of some pesky Eledhel scout that had been lurking near the village.

Sproket frowned at the memory of the Eledhel. Sure enough, some had come to kill the goblins of Skreech, but in the end the village's benefactors had done more than its opponents, and Skreech was prospering. Sproket had used some of the rustier weapons that were donated to have statues formed and sent out to the homes of Skreech's benefactors, as way of thanks.

Sproket nodded to himself, satisfied, and then turned to address a scuffle that was rapidly turning into a large-scale brawl. Raising his voice to a commanding tone, Sproket reflected that life with his brethren was rarely dull.

Penned by my hand on the 17th of Wochem, in the year 51.