The Kingdom of Tokavsk, Session 26: Investigation Update

Twenty-two days into the investigation. All the leads we had have gone nowhere, save for one that is tenuous at best. The man whom we suspect to have been involved, Lord Eskyil, is suspicious because he was not in bed during the time the murder was committed. What he was doing is currently unknown. Lord Eskyil is, forgive me for saying this, a rather uncooperative individual, and as such difficult to glean information from. Talking with him is akin to walking in circles around the castle grounds.

Little additional information has been gathered, which makes our work rather laborious. The King, may he live a thousand years, approved our request to hold Lord Eskyil in the dungeons for the time being. This will prove to be highly advantageous, especially considering his high status. It will be far easier to learn what he is hiding under these ideal circumstances. A man who is vulnerable is a man who does not tell lies.

Twenty-five days into the investigation. Keeping Lord Eskyil in the dungeons has proven to be a taxing endeavor. He raves and swears as he paces to and fro in his cell, refusing to admit anything until he is released and given proper compensation. It is our belief he will tire eventually and tell us what we really need to know.

Twenty-nine days into the investigation. Everything we thought we knew about this murder is wrong. [The remainder of this entry is stricken.]


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