Our meeting on the streets of Lower Marsinor was no accident. The speed with which you readied your weapons, your agility and grace, your poweryour reputation is unexaggerated.
And now word has reached my ear that you were responsible for the death of the scoundrel Sandrik. I would like to reward you for your service to this community.
Furthermore, I find myself in need of such versatility and experience for a more sensitive matter, and I am willing to reward you handsomely for services rendered to the crown.
I would prefer to discuss the details of this matter in person. Please meet me at my estate or send word at your earliest convenience.
The Lord Tinran, Prince over Eastern Fesrin
The above correspondence found among Kalindras belongings during the worry over her long absence created implications that forever stained Prince Tinrans pristine reputationeven the reappearance of Kalindra herself failed to repair his name.
Melindris said it best: What could be more difficult to guard than ones reputation? Even the most baseless claims can destroy a man should a sufficient number of fools pay them heed.
From The Histories of Fesrin, Volume VI, by Tamindar