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    Marcus Antonius replied to the thread Legend by David Gemmell.
    “Why was it allowed to lie here?” “No one could open the door,” answered the albino. “It was not locked,” said Rek. “Not to...
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    Marcus Antonius replied to the thread Legend by David Gemmell.
    Serbitar was waiting at the bottom of the stairs as Rek slowly descended to the main hall. The albino wore full armour and a helm topped...
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    Marcus Antonius replied to the thread Legend by David Gemmell.
    Rek stood at the balcony window, gripping the rail, tears streaming from his eyes and uncontrollable sobs bursting through gritted...
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    Marcus Antonius replied to the thread Legend by David Gemmell.
    The Nadir captain Ogasi urged his men on, baying the war chant of Ulric’s Wolfshead tribe and smashing his ax into the face of a tall...
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    Marcus Antonius replied to the thread Legend by David Gemmell.
    Rek put his arm about her shoulders, leaned forward, and kissed her cheek. “I love you,” he whispered. She smiled and leaned into...
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    Marcus Antonius replied to the thread Legend by David Gemmell.
    Moments after Rek had left, Vintar entered. He, too, had forsaken armour for a simple tunic of white wool, hooded and thick. “That...
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    Marcus Antonius replied to the thread Legend by David Gemmell.
    25 Rek sat and watched the stars shining high above the keep tower and the passage of an occasional cloud, black against the moonlit...
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    Marcus Antonius replied to the thread Legend by David Gemmell.
    The artery writhed under Virae’s fingers like a snake, spewing blood into the cavity of the stomach. “Tighter!” ordered Calvar Syn...
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    Marcus Antonius replied to the thread Legend by David Gemmell.
    Altogether 650 men chose to leave. Two thousand forty remained. Added to these were Bowman, Caessa, and fifty archers. The other...
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    Marcus Antonius replied to the thread Legend by David Gemmell.
    Less than an hour later the earl’s message was being read to all sections. Bregan brought the news to Gilad as he ate in the shade...
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    Marcus Antonius replied to the thread Legend by David Gemmell.
    In the keep Druss raged at Rek, swearing to kill any deserter he recognized. “It’s too late for that,” said Rek. “Damn you, boy!”...
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    Marcus Antonius replied to the thread Legend by David Gemmell.
    In a little house near the Street of Millers, Maerie tried to comfort the small child sobbing in her arms. The noise in the street...
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    18/04 The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere: On the night of April 18, 1775, Paul Revere and William Dawes rode out on horseback from...
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    17/04 On this Day: In 2011 the hugely popular TV show Game of Thrones, which was based on George R.R. Martin's fantasy book series A...
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    Marcus Antonius replied to the thread Legend by David Gemmell.
    On the high day of summer—ten weeks after the battle began—Musif fell and chaos reigned. The Nadir breached the wall at the centre...
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