You mean the murder of my brother, Rodish. Just say what you mean and have done.
Okay. Have you come to terms with it?
If by come to terms with it, you mean I accept it, the answer is a definite No. I can never accept what happened to him. But I can't change the situation. All I can do is represent my fellow dwarves on the Council and their interests to the best of my ability and uphold Rodish's memory.
You recently unveiled a statue to him outside the ruins of his former home in Amnerbury and the second edition of that statue in the Palace grounds. Was the latter idea your idea or the Queen's?
It was my idea. Rodish, because of his devotion to his duties, spent a lot of time in the Palace and so it seemed appropriate he should be commemorated there. The Queen was all for it.
Rodish and L'Evallier were famous for getting along famously, still not that common with dwarves and elves. Can the same be said for you?
I respect L'Evallier enormously if only for the way he fearlessly tells the Queen the truth whether she wants to hear it or not. He respects me. Probably best leave it at that, though I must admit I am still finding my way into a job I never expected to have. Remember just because I was Rodish's borther did not mean I would automatically inherit his posts and titles. The Chief Dwarf position is voted on by all dwarves and I was flattered to be nominated and voted in unanimously.