It would be with ease that the Copper Fox finds Henryk, the knight errant this day adding details to the swordsmanship of a few of the Tymount Ten that have taken to bladework, over hammers, or other weapons of choice.
When the Fox does engage the knight errant, in immediate politeness, Henryk lets the Fox speak until fully spoken, then, to the Fox, Henryk holds up a gloved hand, to bit him to stop.
"Fox...let me hold your query there, for before I may say a thing to you more, for it is that I am capable to answer so many of your questions, I cannot proceed without addressing...You. Heritage is that which defines us before we may define ourselves, in Faith and Action, and as I and all Glory do witness, you carry the heritage of the Devil in your blood, sir! I am ashamed to have not seen it, mine eyes at times focused on the Divine Image of a thing more than the appearance, and it was not until we parted that your heritage, this...tail, which speaks louder than words...it has, I can say no other way, assaulted my thoughts and brought me to say unto myself that, when the Fox would next arrive to my presence, I would hold him to an account of his heritage, and the taint that he must exist with, day by day.
So before we speak more on others, these Tymountians and their future, speak boldly now on your nature, Fox. How is it that you may deny the blood that flows in your veins, that being the blood of the Devils that you have spoken—at least among the Tymounts—is the same blood that you would fight against, in their Tymount name?
If you are such a being in conflict, and Just acts, mercy and truth are beliefs you follow to hold at bay the Evil that resides in you, then...I see in you a Crusade to be a better "Man" that what stirs inside, and with that, I may crusade alongside you. But if you deny any Evil flows within you from a source, whether desired or not but received in birth, then how could I but consider your words hollow and only sly in order to befool?"
The knight errant speaks long...so very long...but not with a tone of malice, but a evenness that may display his own skill in diplomacy, in order to the facts stand, and an argument given, which to all, when finished and convincing, would allow for a just decision to be found.