After giving his orders, Dag re-approached his comrades, noting that, in the meantime, other soldiers had finished picking up the pieces of the two warriors killed by Sander and had put them in a kind of makeshift trunk, built with old wooden beams found somewhere nearby.
The entrails and blood of the two dead guys, due to the poor quality of the wood of the beams, dripped under the trunk, slightly raised from the ground because it rested on a stone shelf.
Trying to take those images out of his head, knowing that he had to stop feeling so much compassion for others, Dag called his sister Gridd, who joined him.
"I need your help to organize the troops for tomorrow. We will leave in the morning, not necessarily at dawn. We will wait for the Sun to be high and to provide the maximum of its heat, to enter the wolf's lair."
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