"From the office of the Primas of the Knights Transcendant. To my friends of New Haven, I wish to explain a course of action chosen by myself on behalf of the Knights Transcendant. Recently, the dangerous grehlok named Rothe was taken into custody by people who I will not name out of courtesy. When debating what to do with this prisoner, a trial was proposed. I, as Primas of the KT was asked if I willing to stand in judgement over the trial. After a long and exhaustive study of the matter, I have reached the following decision. In keeping with our efforts to uphold our declaration of neutrality, The Knights Transcendent will not be able to assist in the pursuit of a trial against the Grehlok known as Rothe. In the case of Rothe, it is fundamentally and completely impossible to decipher if his many assaults, deceptions, attacks and murders against the people of New Haven were of his own mind and intentions or that of the intentions Drow or their allies. There is no cure to reverse the affliction of Grehlok, nor a way to remove or inhibit the controlling effects of the mark upon their necks. A cleanse ritual will not remove the mark from the neck, and while it is capable of removing a geas there is no way to prove that a cleanse can remove commands issued by the drow or their allies. A geas cannot compel additional commands when one is already controlled by commands and with a cleanse incapable of removing control there is no means of altering the actions of one being compelled. Rothe is either a tragic unwitting pawn of the drow being forced to hurt people, or he does so intentionally and maliciously. His guilt or innocence are ultimately irrelevant as he is either a psychotic individual seeking to harm New Haven, or an incurable individual who is seeking to harm New Haven. In either case the grehlok Rothe poses a danger against the peoples of New Haven. A trial is not what is at hand, it is the decision of an appropriate sentencing to a threat which persists against the people of New Haven. Primas Volnin Grozny"