There are many pages here, but only the last two seem to pertain to the issues at hand currently in Sandpoint.
Next to last page:
There are 3 drawings on this page. One is of a smoldering pyre with a burning corpse within the flames. Another is of a young and alluring female demon with long hair, very little clothing, a pointed tail and bat wings. She also appears to have a circular medallion around her neck but there is not enough detail in the drawing to discover what it is. The final drawing is of a slim, demonic forearm and hand. The arm is covered in barbs and warts with the hand is gnarly and each finger ends in a curved talon or claw.
The text reads: “My love seems bent on going through with it – nothing I can say convinces her of her beauty. She remains obsessed with removing what she calls her ‘celestial taint’ and replacing it with her mother’s grace. Burning her father’s remains at Thistletop Shrine seems to have started the transformation, but I can’t say her new hand is pleasing to me. Hopefully when she offers Sandpoint to Lamashtu’s fires her new body won’t be as hideous. Maybe I’ll luck out. Succubi are demons too, aren’t they?”
The last page:
This page has six drawings. The first is a naked young lady lying upon her front with hearts floating around her. The second is a tactical drawing which is appears to be a harbor with boats. The words, “Boats Bad” and “Don’t Split Up” are written upon it. There is a large “X” through the drawing. The third drawing is also “X”ed out and it appears to be a similar tactical drawing with the words “Come From Tunnels” on it. There is an arrow from the main text that points to this one. The fourth drawing is another battle plan, but this one is circled and indicates a favored plan. The words “Rush The Walls” and “Attack Right First! Distract Soldiers” is on it. A fifth drawing is a portrait on an alluring young woman with long hair and the final drawing is one of young and naked woman lying upon her back with the words “Take Me Tsuto” coming from her mouth.
The text reads: “Ripnuggut seems to favor the overwhelming land approach, but I don’t think it’s the best plan. We should get the quasit’s aid. Send her freaks (drawing of demonic head here) up from below via the smugglers’ tunnel in my father’s glassworks in smaller but more focused strikes. The rest except Bruthazmus agree, and I’m pretty sure the bugbear’s just being contrary to annoy me. M love’s too distracted with the lower chambers to make a decision. Says the once Malfeshnekor’s released and under her command, we won’t need to worry about being subtle. I hope she’s right.”