Soelen listens to the conversation for a while, before replying to the group as a whole, "I suppose a burial at sea is possible... but isn't that usually done well far from the shore, or if it is close to the shore, with a small boat which is set on fire? The point of it is generally to do something so as to not have them wash up on shore again. I suppose we can tie some rocks to them, I have heard of that being done."
When Robyn and the halfling talk further, Soelen listens to the halfling and frowns. When the small man is done, he speaks up to the man, "Surely an individual performing a single evil act will not require you to leave their company? Are your oaths so stringent, that they leave no room for you to maintain company of those who are not on such a disciplined path, for purposes of setting an example or encouraging redemption or atonement of sins? And which definition of 'Good' or 'Evil' do you follow? Your own understanding of the concepts? That of a particular faith? Which? One of the philosophers which valiantly attempted, through extended interviews of people and communing with celestial entities, as well as extended use of the Detect Evil and Detect Good spells, to figure out what rules the universe itself follows for what is Good or Evil?' You speak of matters of state and the actions of nations as if they are simple to understand what is good or evil in their actions, when reality is often far from so simple."