By Christopher Stasheff
The medieval planet of Maltroit appears repeating Earth's bloody heritage within the worst attainable demeanour. it truly is as much as the Rogue Wizard to offer the downtrodden a crash direction in democracy, so prior to you could say "Magna Carta," he is bent the process heritage through educating the nobles the rudiments of democracy, and education the peasants within the fundamentals of radical politics.
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The bigger man-not big, hugel-was answering the outraged challenge from the knight in the monk's robe. " The tall man dismounted. "I am an outlaw who was knighted once, though, so there's no shame in fighting me. " The disguised knight took in the size of him, seven feet tall and broad as a wall, and took a few steps back. " The huge knight leveled his sword. " 2 The knight shouted with anger and spurred his donkey. His men yelled with him and charged the giant's companion. Coll shouted in anger of his own and leaped in beside the shorter stranger.
Serfs weren't supposed to know how to fight with staves, but Coll and a few friends had practiced in secret. Now he turned on the middle soldier, stabbing upward. The man parried, beating Coll's spear down-and Coll leaped in and cracked a fist into his chin. The knight bellowed in anger as he saw a third man fall and spurred his horse. The charger surged forward; Coll barely managed to sidestep in time, and the rest of the soldiers came at his back. " Dicea called, and Con turned just in time to dodge their charge, then slash at one of them with his spear.
The soldier grinned. " Coll took his meaning and smiled. " "Summat bigger, yes," the soldier allowed. As they came closer to the ridge, though, the turrets seemed to sink below it, so that, as they came to its top, the royal castle seemed to burst upon Coll's eye, its towers reaching for the sky, its curtain wall stretching a mile wide, its moat a veritable lake. "Impressive," Gar murmured. "You would find it very much so, if you sought to take it," Sir Hildebrandt assured him. "The moat is fresh and fed by springs within it, so there is never a lack of water, and its granaries are always full.
A Wizard In War: The Third Chronicle of the Magnus D'Armand, Rogue Wizard (Chronicles of the Rogue Wizard) by Christopher Stasheff