"I hope that his sympathy for me will last over time... by always agreeing, it will surely be easier to make difficult decisions and we will no longer risk being defeated. Master Kjell learned his lesson well, but that cost us many lives, those of the soldiers that fought with him outside the barrier. As much as I may have forgiven him, it is impossible for me to forget the faces of those young warriors."
Dag's words broke into the hearts of his comrades, who understood how he was feeling at the time and how he felt when all those men under his command had died because of Kjell's impulsiveness, which had shown to care more about his leadership than his men.
After an additional ten minutes, all the warriors had eaten their small food rations and drank the water found in the barrels in the cave, which was fresh and tasted great, unlike what they thought.
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