Articles - ArticlesThe mystery of Lady Xaun's death, or disappearance has left many with questions regarding the truth of how she was 'killed' and the reasons behind it.
In my investigative report in January of this year, Lady Xaun made statements which many Clan readers considered as treason against the Council of Truth.
It was clear she had her own agenda, and her statements "something is coming" and "like a wounded animal which needs to be put down" (obviously meaning the CoT) hinted that something was being planned for the future.
I'm not saying for sure that Lady Xaun is not dead, but neither have I found proof that she is dead. It is one of those cases where there is a 50/50 chance, a roll of the dice as some may say.
Many, even some clan leaders in the CoT, firmly believe that this is all a publicity stunt, to bring about a "resurrection" and miraculous return of Lady Xaun to push forward her personal agenda (mainly the UCN) even using her own clan and friends to do so.
Sir Tristram from the Knights of Avalon was concerned about the whereabouts of Lady Xaun, perhaps not knowing of her statements she made earlier this year. Had Sir Tristam known, would he have been so quick so lend his assistance and help? Maybe not.
The entire situation has become more of a political maze than an investigation of what has happened to Lady Xaun.
One of her most loyal subjects, Gurney "Twistshot" Halleck has been running around pointing the finger at the CoT Clerical Staff and clan leaders for not jumping and using all their resources to assist in the "investigation" of his Lady's death. As if the council did not have other important matters to deal with.
Did I mention he was the only witness to the assassination? Oh, he does mention other witnesses, guards who were "to far away to arrive in time primarily, that I did not see due to the shock of what had happened in front of me."
Could anyone blame those who have doubts about the entire event with all the facts on the table? I know as a reporter I must investigate before making a statement, and so far all I see is clouds of smoke everywhere, concealing the truth.
The bottom line is that she could be dead, or she could be having a cup of tea, laughing somewhere while she plans her "return" from her death.
My personal opinion, is that Lady Xaun is not dead, but alive, and a good number of clanners feel the same. I could be wrong, they could be wrong.
However all seems to point to a political plot, where strings are being pulled to push forward the UCN and make Lady Xaun a "martyr" or "hero" of the clans in the process.
If in the end, she is truly dead by the hands of an assassin (if there even was one), I will mourn her loss with the rest of the clans. She was, after all, a clan leader. But like I said before, that it's a 50/50 chance, a roll of the dice.
The question that comes to mind is, who will be rolling the dice? Will it be fate, or Lady Xaun herself? I can assure you my readers, as I find out more I will report!
This is Reporter 'Noticiero' Rivera, and this has been 'A Rubi-Ka Exclusive'!
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