Well, the foray into cozy knitwear (expertly crafted by one Blue Sargent; get yours today) and tasty hot beverages has been largely pleasant, but I must say - I miss warm weather. Growing up in Quur (sweltering on a chilly day) did me no favors in terms of my temperature regulation, and I've been a bit off since Dark Vallo (is that what we're calling it?). I hope I'm not coming down with something.
And no, I haven't "touch the thing" and "received the stuff". [ Filtered to Anyone Who Wanted a Copy of His Dark Vallo Report; Feel Free to Assume ]
Hello; you asked to be notified when my report on our mutual snow globe adventure was complete, and you'll see it attached thusly. If you're like me and would prefer a physical copy to mark the hell up, that can be arranged. I'd like to thank one Gansey for his fantastic portion on the experience on this side of the divide, as well as everyone who allowed me to interview them for the purposes of record and history.
The last section is my own suppositions about the pocket universe and how it came to be. It's largely supposition and theory, but I've made reference to other tomes that support my thoughts as needed.
Let's not do any of that again. [ /Filter ] [ Filtered to Shiro + Sara ]
[An attached copy of his report]
There were many heroes in Dark Vallo, but both of you were instrumental in keeping morale up. As someone who has some personal experience dealing with pocket universes, it could have gone so much worse than it did were it not for your quick thinking and stepping up. Let me know if you have any questions or anything you'd like to discuss further, and feel free to disseminate this throughout the Defense Department or otherwise as you wish. There's a summary in the front of foes fought and some of the magic theory's been abridged for wide consumption. [ /Filter ]