The Archives of the Order of Nald'Thal are among the most extensive in the world. The Thaumaturges of Ul'dah are consummate record keepers, with books and scrolls detailing everything from taxes to genealogy to property rights for hundreds of years. Among their most sacred tasks though, is the keeping of official Last Will and Testaments. These sealed documents can only be opened by the owner, either by request or death. So sacrosanct are they, that even figures such as Prince Lolorito or her Grace the Sultana can leave their wills with the order without fear of tampering.
Quote:I hereby attest, upon pain of grave punishment in this life and the next, that these documents are true and accurate. All have been signed by hand, without duress, and sealed under the watchful gazes of Nald'Thal. May the twins judge them favorably.
- Junior Acolyte Dusk Shadow, Order of Nald'Thal, Arrzaneth Ossuary
Quote:The Last Will and Testament of Felix Linville
To be opened upon Death:
Lady Felix Linville wishes the following arrangements to be made upon her death
A fourth of all assets by gil is to be given to the Order of Nald'Thal, to bring glory to the twins and prove she has led a profitable life. May they judge her soul favorably and usher it into the Realm of the dead.
The remainder of all assets are to be distributed to charities benefiting the poor and destitute of the city.
The Signer wishes her body to be disposed of respectfully in whatever manner seems most appropriate by the order at the time of her death.
Requests after Death
If death is by unnatural causes, such as murder, the Order is to find and enact justice on the responsible party.
-SPECIAL NOTE- The Signer is adamant that this request be waived if fulfilling it has the possibility of causing additional deaths (Killer was a dangerous monster, criminal syndicates, etc)
Acolyte's Notes: Signer has a low amount of assets, but does not seem to live a life of significant danger. Low chance of death requiring vengeance, high chance of natural death. Hopefully she will have profited more by the time the Will is reopened.