The Sova is no doubt a good man at heart, whom nonetheless has suffered that corruption of rationale which is so uniquely human: the ability to forsake the greatergood- nay, the Maker himself, in exchange for petty political, or even personal, ambitions. That is the very sin which doomed the otherwise remarkable and promising Horatio to his work’s, if not his own, demise. I fear for the future of all those that once called, or continue to call, themselves Sovan- including the great Man himself. That such wonderful potential and honorable history should be fouled and possibly brought to an end by arrogance, short-sightedness, and political ambitions would be the truest form of tragedy. I only hope that all involved realize the greater troubles we must all face together before it is too late. While I now serve Ku and the Maker above all others, I truely wish I could work and be open with my birth-nation’s High Father. If only he could be trusted with what we know. Sova has always been a great nation with immense character that would be immensely useful in the challenges ahead. But now she seems destined for a slow and chaotic demise unless its leaders learn to make compromises and think rationally.