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What a grand yarn that was my good king Theodric but my favorite of your tales concerns how Tamerlane the mighty sword of Aethelfirth came into your possession Aye that story remains one of my most cherished memories even to this day Do you mind recounting the tale one more time for me and the younger thanes who have yet to hear it You know how I abhor repeating myself but I will make and exception on this occasion because of tonights jovial atmosphere Many a year ago back when times were simpler and much of the land remained virgin a mysterious figure who was named Belisarius quickly rose to power in the kings court Before my father the king even realized the dark power-hungry ambitions of this fiend Belisarius seized power and struck him and my mother down Right ere he died he revealed to me the existence of the legendary sword of Aethelfirth named Tamerlane which was the only thing that could put an end to the diabolical Belisarius and bring our kingdom into a golden age of prosperity I quickly fled from my castle to avoid the wrath of the newly crowned monarch and set out on my quest to find the mythical sword that would set the wrongs right that Belisarius had done to my family and I Armed only with the directions of my late father to follow the brightest star in the sky I headed into the unknown After traveling for less than a fortnight I came upon the most putrid smelling and abominable swamp that one could ever encounter Shortly there after I realized that this deplorable mire would be impossible to circumvent I gathered my courage and dashed in Unable to see more than a few feet through the thick choking veil of fog I began to slowly feel my way through the bog After many hours of trudging through miles of gelatinous mud while fighting off
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