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Just as a sidebar,
Don Fernando Y Salazar Y Perez, (boy, I hope I got the name right!)
who had the unmatched honor of reigning with the incomparable Countess
Ianthe, was one of the best fighters in all the Society. One of the
greatest bouts I have ever seen was a Katana fight between Fernando and
Sigfried. Truly, a world class fighter.
To the esteemed Richard Fitzgilbert from Ianthe, greetings.
Thank you for your kind words of praise. I value them all the more
because of their source. I'll be sure to pass your rememberences on to
Fernando always had a special regard for Sigfried and his fighting
ability. When Sig was knighted at the Pennsic before he won his first
Crown, Fernando insisted that his belt be used in the ceremony, giving
it to Sigfried to keep. He didn't replace that belt until four months
ago when we attended the Pointless War.
It is my (not so) secret wish that Fernando fight again, but the
intervening years of intense Aikido practice have taken a serious toll
on his legs. With luck and good armor, maybe he'll re-enter the lists,
but my lord husband is a true manifestation of Chaotic-Good. No one
can predict his future actions. Not even me.
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