Part 475: 1369: Divining
Extermination is the only answer. Kinstrife may be a crime, but once you outlaw someone it's A-OK!
Anyway, the Tree Brothers are a member of our newest best friends, the Colymar. This means we should probably stop burning their buildings down and murdering their bravest and strongest men--although I'm sure the rest of the Colymar tribe appreciates the sudden improvement of the dating pool.
So, Orlaront has taken a pile of those horses I don't use for anything and headed over to negotiate a lasting peace, not just the temporary cessation of hostilities bought with cows.
I forget if we actually bought anything from her this game. Did we get the bread oven from her, maybe? Back when Korstardos was still on his second age portrait.
Progress on the new town is going well. It should be finished by next season.
Hire shamans to attract benign spirits to the town.
See to it that members of your tribe profit from the building efforts.
Send delegations to Heortland to find craftsmen and artisans to live in the new town.
Send war parties to clear the area of bandits.
Since there are no bandits hereabouts, it would be foolish to go chasing them.
The other kings are already extorting gifts from the laborers, and the thanes who wish to use them. If we try to get our fair share, they will only resent us.
A town is not a town without artisans and craftsmen.
If we bring in a bunch of outsiders, the locals will get angry.