Murion speaks, "I am of two minds on the issue. I have personal feelings about this, as it diminishes the Rhine Tribunal, and thereby would seem to diminish my House. However, such a change could be an impetus for change. Our Order is stagnating. Our borders have not expanded. The young," and she indicates all the members of Mons Electi, "are intimately involved in politics in their Tribunals and not pushing the borders of the Order. Some speak in fear of the Order of Odin, and yet we have a Norseman amongst us. Some speak in fear of the Sahirs, and yet they are being driven back in Iberia. Yes, we have had occasional losses to our population here and there, but these have been ill-prepared groups.
"I digress, I'm intending to put this on the agenda for Grand Tribunal. It's a vigorous debate, and one we haven't had in such a very long time. I do know that those in Florum and Spider's Rest have marshalled considerable resources towards securing votes, and will continue to politic across the Order. I would expect them to call upon Mons Electi at some point, to find out where you might vote, or perhaps even if you're interested in joining the New Tribunal. I believe Eloi is interested in joining, despite his attempts to maintain cohesion here in Normandy. Eloi operates on a very fine line, and can appreciate a relaxation of interference rules possible with a new Tribunal and an opportunity to draft a new Peripheral Code." When Murion mentions Eloi, Andru's interest becomes quite intense.