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[Maple > Team Spectrum]: I hope everybody has been settling well into Destiny Village. If anybody has time to spare, I would appreciate if you went to Chip's research facility. It is between the guild and Destiny Tower.
[Maple > Team Spectrum]: Particularly the humans.
[Sourdough > Team Spectrum]: Apparently there is an arena here where people can battle for sport. Given the state the dojo was frequently in, I advise avoiding it. A lot of people watch these matches and we do not need to draw unneeded attention to ourselves.
[Sourdough > Team Spectrum]: Then you and the others who helped tear apart the dojo need to learn how to restrain yourselves. Do you think it'll curry favor if someone explodes or manifests their shadows?
[Bechamel > Team Spectrum]: Hm? Fencing is a plenty useful sport which offers plethora of benefits, my good folks.
With that practice, thou can learn about coordination and quick thinking, and it is an excellent aerobic exercise to improve thy stamina and build strength. It is indeed a tough task for a quadruped, but with that I have learned how to blend elegance with swiftness.
Thou should give it a go before judging, I reckon.
[Brisket > Team Spectrum]: How do you do, everyone? I finally took the time to learn how my badge works, and I have begun to read all your previous messages to apprise myself of past communications.
[Brisket > Team Spectrum]: I am sorry to have been so scarce of late, and would be happy to explain myself in person to anyone who would give me the pleasure of their company. I am presently in the commercial centre of Destiny Village, and seeking a way to spend the rest of the day.
[Brisket > Team Spectrum]: I trust everyone is settling in well, and am looking forward to getting better acquainted with you all. Stars rest you.
There. Perfectly concise, and not at all like letter-writing.
...it still felt weirdly impolite not to put a proper valediction at the end, though.
[Brisket > Team Spectrum]: I remain yours in good friendship, Shinx Brisa Escarpa.