"Who am I to judge you? I never did so, I merely asked you to understand what you truly are. You may perchance know more of your people than I, yet it seems you do not see it from a different perspective. Here we are, peaceful and honourable men of the North, defending ourselves against an onslaught of soldiers, all cowardly and igonimous, and -we- are the ones who are called barbaric.
You must remember, you fight not for Aville, you fight for a man. You fight for goodness, and you have testified that in truth, the good lies in the few, and not the rulers who you so callously regard as bastards.
So you fight, for a man. A man who is so different from the rest of your nation. A man who is nothing at all like the rest of the fair land from whence you come.
Tell me now, why does this man serve those who are nothing like him, and why do you serve goodness under the command of the wicked?"