A letter is delivered to Teague's remote cabin by a small, sleek barn owl. The letter is magically sealed with a rune that dissolves when the correct recipient handles it, but will combust and burn immediately if an unauthorized recipient tries to open it.
For what little it's worth, I want to start by saying I'm sorry. I'm sorry I left the way I did. I'm sorry I didn't have the guts to reach out to you before now. I'm sorry I listened to people I shouldn't have. Mostly though, I'm so sorry that I hurt you.
I've hurt a lot of people in my life and my career, but you... You, I never meant to hurt and I know I did anyway. You were the only friend I had and I let things come between us that I would like more than anything to explain to you now that I am able to. It... (A section of writing looks like it was scratched out and re-written several times before the writer gave up and began anew on the next line.)
I promise I will explain fully in person. It's not really something I can explain in a letter, though I suppose if you don't want to see me and would rather it be this way, I can try. I would very much like to sit down and talk with you though, Bloodhound... please? I just... (another scratched out section is illegible) I just want a chance to do right by you. Merlin knows, I haven't thus far...
If you're willing to meet with me, just let me know and I'll be there. If you're willing, I'd like it to be at least mostly private. If you think you can get away from your lackeys and they won't track you here, feel free to come by the warehouse; the wards will let you pass.
I really hope to hear from you.