|“||It’s for work like this that you bring along a man like me.1||”|
Chapter Summary Edit
As Threetrees and his crew journey south, with Dow and Tul bickering all the way, The Dogman finds a burnt out farmhouse, with the entire family dead. Tracking the culprits, they attack their camp, taking two of them prisoner, one of them being a named man known as Groa the Mire. They learn that the band are Bethod’s tax collectors, razing the homes of anyone who refuses to pay. Also, that The North is now at war with The Union. Black Dow kills the prisoners as they leave.
Considering their options, they fear with Bethod army heading south, The North will be undefended from the Shanka. Forley the Weakest proposes warning the only person they can, Bethod himself. Bethod fears all the others in the crew, so the Weakest should be the one to do it. Although, they fear for Forley’s safety, it’s the best idea they have.
|Groa the Mire||The Dogman||Bethod|
|Tul Duru Thunderhead|
|Forley the Weakest|
Locations and Terms Edit
|The North||The Union||Shanka|
- Black Dow has a black reputation, and it appears to be well deserved.