Aveline Belmont. Presumably Nicolas Belmonts' wife.
Has "A Friend" conned us all? Is she the one to trust?
E-mail from Aveline Belmont:
16 may 2007
You've been had, all of you. You've just fallen for the biggest and most
obvious con around. Do you have any idea what you've done? You've exposed
me, and now I'm screwed.
Your 'friend' was anything but. With your help, he's uncovered secrets that
shouldn't have been uncovered, he's gained possession of powerful
information, he's tracked me down, and now I have to go invisible. All
because of your little 'game'. Thanks.
Okay, fine, I realize that most of you didn't know what you were doing.
You're just children playing with dangerous explosives. So in the future,
I'd advise you to be a little more cautious and less trusting of strangers -
or stay the hell away from the secret world.
But at least you've proven your worth in some ways. I'm actually impressed
by what you accomplished, and I'm sure there's a very good reason why you
were drawn to this mystery in the first place. See, now you owe me a big
favour, all of you, and rest assured: I'll be calling on you to claim that
favour. Not tomorrow, not next week, but some day. And you are going to
help me, because if you don't, we're all screwed.
Is the end of the world incentive enough for you? Thought so.
Like I said, don't trust just anyone who comes up and asks you to do them a
favour, and don't mess with things you don't understand. It'll make my life
a hell of a lot easier.
Be seeing you,