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Sir Baldric and The EvilThreshmitIt was a frigid night at Rockland Palace The wind blew hard and howled out of the night as the rain beat down on Sir Morgan as he stood outside the castle walls He had just returned with the news from King Crenshaw Suddenly from the dark of the night came Threshmite the great enemy of man The description of the beast given by the churl who stood witnessto Sir Morgans dismemberment was that of a giant man eating firs snorting three headed savage warthog gargoyle As the lightening flashed and the thunder clapped the it reared its center head up and gave a fell glare into the eyes of the helpless peasant who was frozen in a horrified Position It took nearly five hours and the help of the resident magician to get that out of him He is as skittish as a hind afraid to venture out of the castle walls or even let down the drawbridge for fear of becoming Threashmis next meal King Lenson grieved deeply over his departed friend He then asked for volunteers to hunt down the scatheful beast The reaction to his request was pathetic not a man stood It seemed as though King Lensons valiant knights were nothing more than a flock of recreants At last Sir Baldric stepped forward he had risen to the occasion proving true to his troth He was truly a stalwart knightEarly the next morning Baldric awakened in preparation for his endeavor He dressed himself with care methodically arranging his raiment As he pulled his hauberk over his head and sweeping shoulders the lady of the castle mad her way gently into the room She helped him finish dressing and when he went to leave the room she made a tryst between herself and Sir Baldric They would meet in the church before he left She softly kissed his cheek and departed He went to the
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