Lugos' letter

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Lugos' letter
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Letter in which Lugos discusses an unfair division of booty from a raid, and points a finger at the culprit.
Common item
Table inside the hut
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1 crown(s)
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Ingvar, son of Ulmar - he cheated us, I'm dead certain. Tricked us all, the whoreson - me and you lot both. All this hating on me you've been doing is pointless. I swore a hundred times that we'd split the booty from this raid as we've split the others - evenly. And I meant it. Thing is, two chests of jewels, a silver dagger and some gold cups and plates have gone missing. I summoned all from the clan who were on the raid - and all swore on the blood of their fathers, and their father's fathers before them, that they'd not taken more than their share.
That leaves Ingvar. I might have known better than to take an An Craite aboard. It were my error, but one we can correct. One you can correct. Take a handful of men and go find him. Then take from him what's ours. You have me blessing.
Lugos, the one they call Madman