There is an extensive gap in our knowledge and the information we were able to gather at this point. However, using context cluse, we pieced together a rough timeline of what happened over the course of the second month of the investigation.
1. A man by the name of Boris Zhaven confessed to providing false information. His reason for doing so is unknown.
2. Lord Eskyil is removed from his position as advisor to the King. However, he remains on castle grounds in isolation.
3. A battle on the border of Tokavsk and Arkia results in heavy Tokavskan losses.
4. A small fire destroys part of the records pertaining to the investigation. The fire is put out quickly and no one is injured.
The final event is the most important, as it hampered both the investigation and our work. However, we believe we have sufficiently accounted for that gap through independent research as part of the agreement we have with Tokavsk and Your Majesty. The next few parts contain information we acquired directly with the help of an interpreter, and while we acknowledge that the verity of what we were told is uncertain, the conclusion reached at the end of our time in Tokavsk supports the facts we were given. Additionally, we dealt with the individual who attempted to interfere with our work and adjusted our report accordingly. We have drafted a shorter report on that matter than need not be mentioned here again.