He laughed heartily, "I'll have to agree with you there. Which is why I brought my other family with me. My brother warriors are camped outside the city, about twenty of them." He stood up straight and turned as a messenger entered, dressed in foreign armor and escorted by her own guardsmen.
"Your Majesty," he bowed, "I bring word from my general, Sir Anton Iresea. He recieved information from Pascal Irving that you wished to speak with him. He is on his way here with a small force, under a temporary white flag of truce. In his own words, he says that he'll offer at least a small amount of clemency to his birth home."