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Chapter 408: CDVIII. Who's With Me?

"I haven't been able to see the village before, even when I looked from the top of this cliff, but that's not why I'm pessimistic... what are we going to do once we get there? That man confessed to me and Gridd that their boss wants revenge for the death of his son... they will attack us on sight! What do we do if their number is much higher than ours? I don't want to lose any more men, Egill, I wouldn't stand it" Dag confessed, venting his nervousness with his former Master and looking at him with sincere eyes, as if he was asking for help from someone who, like him, had more experience in this sort of thing.

Egill put his hand on his shoulder and smiled at him.


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