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Jrundr Well now that this sunset is fading to the campfires glow I shall tell you a story that few of our countrymen know It arose out of hells fire no soul within It did fiendish tasks without remorse filling in King Elwaus was hopeless and fearful for his people He saw no end in sight for the smashing of steeples The year of our Glorious Lord 1077 brought about a new demons destruction for our people Sure we have faced such atrocious figures as the persistent Grendel and some greedy dragons However these become miniscule in comparison to the atheistic monstrosity Not even children at Mass were safe for he lurked into the churches to clutch them away when all were in prayer Between chaotic climatic changes the lay of the land was blanketed by a hoary fog the sun could not fully pierce this obstruction This created the perfect vulnerability of the victims for the fire-eyed fiend His first attack on humans was in the middle of a sweltering summers night A young man had been herding a flock of sheep to a neighboring village when he decided to rest for the night The sheep were to be a gift to his future brides family He chose to stop by a lake on the outskirts of Throdarek-woods no one dared to enter Here he decided that the lake could provide him a chance to freshen up and serve as drinking water also Little did he know that feigard had his gaze set upon him Now decided that child of Beelzebub now I will begin with my lessons to teach these mechanical meandering men how senseless it is to put their faith into a noble and just God feigard waited for his hapless victim to succumb to sweet dreams before approaching After what seemed to be a decade the prey lied listless on the hard ground feigard crouched and
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