Caer Andros is sufficient. Any details will not be included here, as this letter is by single messenger. More information on Orthanc is required; any knowledgeable source that thinks they can make the journey to Caer Andros and live here for a sufficient amount of time would be useful. However I specifically am requesting of Lord Denethor that you are not that one as you are more useful to Lord Denethor by his side, than here. I will attend to the rest. -- Imrahil sets down the quill for a moment, then decides to leave out mention of a message of words through the messenger, to Denethor himself. No doubt Amrothos would have the letter opened and resealed before he could say the word ‘Númenor’ --
Horses will be attended to whether by capture or destruction, as many of the Guard know how to use a horse, as will other things including possible confirmation of this Theodred.
My dear boy, many women know how to fight, you have unfortunately been brought up in a time when it is not considered proper. Watching your mother beat ten different young men at sword practice one day, was the reason I married her, and though you are a grown man, I won't go into details. Perhaps it is time you started taking an interest in meeting the young ladies of the local court, I am sure that would please your mother. Meeting this Eowyn sister of Eomer may prove interesting, certainly on a battlefield, but I will not hold leniency for her simply being a woman with the gift of bearing children. She is a warrior, fights alongside warriors, and that is how she will be treated.
As usual, more maps are requested along with more paper or something we can use to replace it. Ink quills or chalk to write with, the usual. The requisite demand for supplies, as well as Ale for the soldiers who grow restless. No, I do not drink and I still do not. A list has been drawn up and should be included along with this missive which contains all supplies we ask for.
We will deal with the horse-people when we deal with them. Information regarding any possible expectation of Prince Boromir's arrival to Caer Andros would be appreciated in case several should wait for him should we be gone at the time attending to business. News of Prince Faramir is also requested. I am writing this to you as no doubt you will inform Lord Denethor of all of this. Denethor informs me of a sudden fascination with writing stories. I have asked him to send home a copy to your mother, as I am sure she will be proud and would understand it better than I, as I am woefully ignorant in such matters of the arts. I have even requested that you visit home before the summer heat, as your mother no doubt misses any of her children no matter how...distant, they might become.
Imrahil Adrahilion, Prince of Dol Amroth and Captain of the Blue Guard. Loyal servant of Gondor.