"With pleasure I would have followed you to battle as I once did, and with pleasure I would have followed you to peace.
But the city that is to me encommended and the armies that follow me will never serve the darkness. We will die, as our dear Hebian did, before letting our world become what you have become. Look at yourself and you will see what I see. Your greatness has turned to shame, and now you stand great, but only as the greater shame on Dereth, traitor of your own master and friend.
But I am not fast to forget, and I don't forget the Rao I met in the battle of Khadrim, neither the Fire Warrior that smiled with me in the sanctuary of this city when Pyrokathar saw the light. And if you are as wise as you are strong, you will not forget neither those Raos, and you will come back to us, now that is not to late and fate hasn't drawn his sword on you.
Because I believe that one man can turn around his faith, and if it was written that you will turn evil, I will turn against fate and stand by your side to show that the prophecy has to be rewritten.
But if you again chose evil, and fate is fulfilled, then I will bring back to your ears, the end of the prophecy, for its written that your child will overturn the bad you will summon, and your power would be gone.
Now, join us in the light as our leader, or stay in the darkness and against us. If the old Rao is gone and you take Dereth to Darkness, and a children is the hope for our world, then I will not mind dying here or letting Khadrim fall to dust, for there is no hope in the old world, and a new, brighter world will take its place.
These are my words and here is my sword. Both are full of light, take them to serve the light, or face them to fight your darkness"
High King of the Noldor in Middle-Earth
Honorary Knight of the Pointy Shiney
"... All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die"