An envelope is prepared, in the same form as the envelope she received.
Her name is not placed upon the envelope's return address.
Dear presumptive representatives of the Curia,
I hope you know that no soul capable of reason would extend trust to you sight unseen, merely upon the, let us say, fortuitous coincidence, of a letter arriving amidst tumultuous events, even if they are quite hard to explain otherwise.
I do not intend to trust you until I have had a chance to verify what I have learned, and will learn, of your nature and intentions, myself. However, we do seem to have a desire to preserve lore in common, and on this I believe we can cooperate.
If you have other goals, or friends, or enemies, now is your chance to preach to me of them. I will be quite annoyed if I must topple another Archon, but even moreso if I find out only after they have made that need apparent.
(That is not to say that you have much hope of stopping me, should I find it necessary to do so. I have injured the invincible and outwitted the omniscient even as a mere mortal; a city fell by my hand, as have multiple Archons been laid low. I have bent the world to my will with no more than my will and my words - a feat previously reserved for none other than the Overlord of Terratus, who inaugurated Her rule with the Edict of Storms laid upon Medrev, and soon after spoke the Edict of Dust over the world entire.)
-- Fatebinder O. Vaudelle of the Empire of Kyros, Archon of Archons, Master of Terratus Entire,
Representative Plenipotentiary of the Court of Tunon, Archon of Law and Justice,
In her own right an Exarch Ascendant,
Governor Emeritus of the Provinces of Azure, Viridian, and the Stone Sea,
Proclaimant of the Edict of Stone and the Edict of Execution,
By popular acclaim entitled Stonemelter, for defense of the people against the Archon Cairn,
And Librarian in residence at the Hush House of the Isle of Brancrug.