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"I promised these Ermehn a chance to take back what we've lost. And here is where it starts."- Hardin[1]

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General Clovis stares at the reader, a sword grasped in his hand.

Synopsis

After they cross the Sunsgrove-Aisling border,[2] the Sunsgrovians are attacked by Ermehn bandits.[3] Kenosh defeats them,[4][5] and allows Quinlan to choose their fate. Quinlan chooses to let them go, upsetting Dakkan.[6] Kenosh and Dakkan argue about whether or not the Ermehn deserve to freeze in the Northern Wastes[7] and come to no agreement. The discussion ends when Kenosh loses his temper and nearly hits Dakkan.[8]

Hardin summons Bevan,[9] and informs him they will be attacking Deltrada that night. Hardin consults with him on the best way to attack Deltrada.[10] and tells Ashtor he intends to kill General Clovis.[11][12]

The envoy arrives at Deltrada[13] and meets General Clovis, who greets them warmly.[14] However, it soon becomes clear that not only is Clovis violating the Treaty of Cenolau by sending Canid partrols into Ermehn lands, but Clovis doesn't consider the Treaty applicable to the Canid.[15] However, he still uses it to detain the envoy,[16] claiming that he needs Kenosh's experience from his time with the Ermehn.[17]

Hardin prepares for the attack, and stations Ashtor and Eira out of harm's way with a heavy guard[18] because the Ermehn can't afford to lose their scribes.[19]

Quinlan begins to write a letter to King Dabheid telling him what happened, but knows he won't be able to send it.[20] Dakkan tells Quinlan about the Oran Uprising,[21] during which his father spent quite some time as an Ermehn captive.[22] Alarm bells interrupt their conversation,[23] and Kenosh leaves the tower to scope the situation, telling them to stay put.[24]

However, Ermehn break into the tower,[25] and after fighting them off,[26] they go to look for Kenosh.[27][28] They find him just as he confronts General Clovis over the immorality of killing an unarmed combatant, who happens to be Hardin.[29] Clovis goes to kill Hardin anyway[30] but Kenosh kills Clovis before he can.[31] Kenosh proceeds to fight on the side of the Ermehn. Dakkan is frozen, stunned by his father's betrayal but Quinlan tries to approach Kenosh and is shot by Rhosyn.[32] Enraged, Dakkan attacks Rhosyn,[33] but is intercepted by Rathik, who asks Hardin if he can kill Dakkan.[34] Kenosh tells Hardin that Dakkan is his son, and Hardin orders Rathik to let him go.[35] Kenosh says goodbye to his son, and tells him to get back to Sunsgrove as quickly as they can,[36] then leaves with Hardin and the Ermehn.[37] The Canid catch up to Quinlan and Dakkan,[38] and they send a messenger bird into the night.[39]

Summary

The Road to Deltrada- Pages 1 through 9

Quinlan, Kenosh and Dakkan pass the Sunsgrove-Aisling border and stop for the night. Kenosh tells Quinlan and Dakkan that they will both be taking a watch shift that night,[40] because it starts getting dangerous once the trees begin to thin out. Kenosh takes the first watch, then Dakkan.[41] Dakkan wakes Quinlan when dawn approaches. Quinlan asks Dakkan why they are going to a military garrison[42] if the Canid king lives in Arklow. Dakkan tells Quinlan that King Janus doesn’t have any real power, and is only the king because his generals allow him to be, and points out they would need nicer clothes if they were going to the capital. .[43]

A new voice interrupts, hoping they have something nice in their packs.[44] During Dakkan and Quinlan’s conversation, a hooded Felis and two Ermehn bandits- one female and one blind- have entered their camp. Quinlan asks what they want, and the Felis replies that they want everything. Dakkan rushes them and engages one of the bandits.[45] The Felis slips behind him and restrains him, allowing the blind bandit to disarm him. Quinlan aims an arrow at the Felis and tells him to let Dakkan go.[46] Dakkan struggles, and blind bandit puts a spear to Dakkan’s throat. The Felis tells Quinlan to hand over their food and valuables, and he won’t harm Dakkan. After a tense stand off, Quinlan relaxes his bowstring.[47] The Felis tells the female bandit to wake up Kenosh so they can finish up. Dakkan starts to struggle again, and the female bandit tells the Felis that Kenosh isn’t in his bedroll as Kenosh sneaks up behind the Felis.[48]

Argument- Pages 10 through 16

The scene cuts to the aftermath. Dakkan is upset, claiming that they should not have let the bandits go. Kenosh returns that he gave Quinlan the choice and that he made the merciful one, adding that the bandits didn’t have any real fight in them. Dakkan says they should have brought the Ermehn to Deltrada because the Canid would have thrown them back into the Northern Wastes. Kenosh turns back toward Dakkan, protesting. [49] Dakkan asks Kenosh if he’s going to keep defending the Ermehn after all the terrible things they did during the war, especially since he’d heard some of those stories from Kenosh himself. Quinlan remarks that he’d heard the same stories from Caldus about the Ermehn Uprising, prompting Kenosh to interrupt and tell Quinlan it was a massacre, not an uprising. [50]

Kenosh tells them that the conflict began a few years after Sunsgrove was united, and that they knew little of the outside world. Therefore, when the Canid came begging for aid and claiming that the Ermehn were planning on invading Sunsgrove, the Sunsgrovians believed it, and only learned the truth after many innocent Ermehn were killed.[51] Kenosh goes on to say that Sunsgrove helped destroy the Emehn civilization, but they won’t accept any responsibility for it. Dakkan says that the Ermehn can’t be innocent because there are too many stories for all of them to be false. He tells Kensh that the past is in the past, and that they can’t stay concerned with what the ancestor did. Kenosh points out that they are on the third war resulting from their mistakes. Dakkan asks Kenosh if he blames these mistakes for his war.[52] Kenosh says he does, because inaction is the same as guilt. Dakkan claims that they aren’t guilty of anything and that Kenosh should just let the Ermehn suffer what they brought on themselves. Losing patience, Kenosh goes to hit Dakkan, but restrains himself at the last moment and pulls his hand away.[53] He tells Dakkan that everyone has suffered for their ancestors’ mistakes. He begins to mention the things he’s seen, then changes the subject and apologizes to Quinlan, remarking that now wasn’t the best time for an argument. Quinlan notes that Kenosh is passionate about the topic. Kenosh replies that someone has to be as he turns away to keep walking. [54] Dakkan scoffs. Quinlan begins to ask Dakkan a question, but Dakkan tells Quinlan to ask him later and that they still have a lot of walking to do. [55]

Hardin Consults- Pages 17 through 27

At the Sratha-din camp, a hoodless Bevan is practicing with his throwing knives as Rhosyn and Eira watch and doing fairly well.[56] After Eira compliments Bevan as the finest shot in the Sratha-din, Rhosyn takes issue, prompting the two to begin a contest. However, Rathik interrupts, telling Bevan that Hardin wants to see him.[57] Bevan leaves, and Rathik offers combat tips from a “real warrior” to Rhosyn and Eira, but Rhosyn tells him they will manage, shooting a perfect bullseye.[58]

Putting his hood up, Bevan walks through the camp, [59] and approaches Hardin and Ashtor.[60] Hardin tells Bevan it’s time for the attack, and Bevan asks if that means they’re going tonight. Hardin replies affirmatively, noting that they don’t want to be caught in the approaching thunderstorm. Bevan points out two possible avenues of attack on Deltrada- the western ridge, which has irregular guard rotations, and the northeastern corner, which is more exposed but doesn’t have as many guards.[61] Ashtor points out a solitary Ermehn would be foolish to climb it, and Bevan says that he can do it undercover from the storm. After he kills the sentries and the torches, Bevan says he can lower a rope to get half the tribe into Deltrada before the alarm can sound. Hardin considers, and chooses the riskier path. Noting that the storm will hasten nightfall, giving them more time, he tells Bevan to order the tribe to break camp.[62]

Bevan leaves. Ashtor asks Hardin if he’s still going over the northern ridge, which Hardin confirms. Ashtor begins to ask Hardin about something, but Hardin cuts him off by claiming that they don’t need to know where the patrols are because the rest of the tribe will draw attention away from the ridge.[63] Ashtor asks if the tribe is only bait to him, and Hardin reminds Ashtor that he promised to trust him and that the sacrifice won’t be in vain because General Clovis will be at Deltrada.[64] Ashtor asks if he’s certain, and Hardin replies that he’s been there since the last full moon.[65] Ashtor gets distraught and tells Hardin that if they kill a Canid General, the Canid will hunt them down with all their might. Hardin points out that the Canid are always hunting the Ermehn, and that he promised the Ermehn a chance to take back what was lost.[66]


General Clovis- Pages 28 through 41

In the meantime, the Sunsgrovians approach Deltrada, and Quinlan asks what they know about Clovis. Kenosh says that Generals Clovis and Tosch wield the most power in Aisling. Dakkan jokingly tells Quinlan they need to behave, and Kenosh tells Dakkan that he needs to mind his own words because the Canid have no sense of humor.[67] Quinlan asks if there are two general, and Kenosh confirms they are brothers. Quinlan begins another question, but Kenosh cuts him off, informing Quinlan that the Canid can hear them. [68] The Sunsgrovians show their papers to the guards and are allowed in the gates, and see a training session taking place in the courtyard.[69] As they continue deeper into Deltrada, they note the training Canid and other Canid making weapons. Quinlan comments that it’s like the war never ended, and Kenosh says it didn’t. They approach General Clovis, who is overseeing a group of training archers.[70]

Notified of their presence, Clovis greets Kenosh like an old friend, [71] Kenosh greets him formally, and Clovis addresses Quinlan, whom he has never met. Quinlan introduces himself by name, and Kenosh corrects him by adding his title. Clovis is surprise. then Telling a nearby guard to ensure the recruits finish their quivers by dinner, Clovis asks the Sunsgrovians to walk with him.[72]

Kenosh inquires about General Tosch, and Clovis says they have just received his messenger hawk and Tosch has been delayed on the road from Arklow. Kenosh begins to ask if things are alright, and Clovis cuts him off with an affirmative, noting that this is for the best since Tosch doesn’t like Sunsgrovians. Quinlan tries to make conversation, and Clovis asks if Captain Caldus has retired.[73] Quinlan tells Clovis that his grandfather died two weeks ago. Clovis starts to comment on what a fine warrior Caldus was, but interrupts himself when he notices one of his Canid Trainee[74] using sloppy technique. He reprimands the recruit, telling him that fighting Ermehn savages doesn’t mean he can get sloppy. The recruit says he’s tired. Clovis replies that an Ermehn will not spare him because he’s tired and decapitates the dummy, telling the recruit he must be stronger. The Sunsgrovians look on, and Kenosh is visibly angered. [75] Clovis tells the recruit to make the Janus proud, and returns to the Sunsgrovians, apologetic but stating that duty must come first. Dakkan tells him it’s not a problem, visibly bothered by the display. Clovis mentions that he doesn’t think he's met Quinlan, and Kenosh informs Clovis that Dakkan is his son. Clovis rhetorically asks if he’s along for experience, then asks Kenosh why he has come to Deltrada. Kenosh tells Clovis they have heard the Ermehn conflict has escalated. [76]

Clovis dances around the issue,[77] but after a stern look from Kenosh, says he can’t deny it. He claims the Ermehn started increasing attacks on Canid patrols in the Northern Wastes, so they are retaliating. Quinlan asks what Canid patrols are doing in Ermehn land, and Clovis tells Quinlan that the Treaty of Cenolau is what granted the Ermehn that land, and that words on parchment can’t reflect the realities of war.[78]

Rhosyn builds signal fires to fool Canid soldiers, and as she does, Clovis says the Ermehn should have remained in the Wastes, but continue attempting to retake Aisling. Kenosh reminds Clovis that his people once starved in the Wastes, yet wonder why the Ermehn keep fighting. Clovis replies that the Ermehn should have accepted their fate by now, and that although they are showing some fight, the Canid still have the upper hand. Dakkan asks Clovis how the Ermehn pose a threat, and Clovis says this is an interesting question.[79] He tells the Sunsgrovians that an interesting tribe has been getting stronger over the last few months. Dakkan asks why a single tribe concerns the Canid. Clovis notes that Dakkan’s name is derived from Ancient Lutren and means ‘proud leader’. This indicates that Kenosh wanted a successor, but since Dakkan is along for experience at his age, that must mean that Dakkan has disappointed his father.[80] Quinlan begins to stick up for Dakkan, but Kenosh cuts him off, telling Clovis he has said enough. Clovis says that his point is that one can tell a lot from a name, and that the tribe they are concerned about is called the Sratha-din. Kenosh repeats the name, visibly surprised as lightning cracks overhead and the storm breaks, causing Clovis to comment that the Sunsgrovians have brought a storm with them.[81]

Diplomatic Differences- Pages 42 through 47

They enter the keep to get out of the rain, and Clovis tells them that Sratha-din means “Sratha’s tribe,” adding that he knows Kenosh is familiar. Clovis claims that Sratha was the cruelest of Ermehn oppressors when the Ermehn ruled Aisling. Behind him, a tapestry shows a Canid dusting its paws after killing an Ermehn.[82] Clovis says that Sratha’s armies nearly destroyed the Canid, and that they were only saved by Sunsgrove’s intervention. Clovis hands Kenosh a scroll, and Kenosh reads it, saying that it cannot be the same tribe, to which Clovis agreed because the Canid killed Sratha in open comeback and mounted his head on a pike. [83] Quinlan realizes this means someone is using his name as a symbolic gesture, and Clovis tells them it is a name that the Ermehn will rally behind, and one that they forbid them to use. He is interrupted by Scarred Canid, who tells Clovis there a campfire has been spotted. He asks her where.[84] She tells him it was seen by the second marker, and Clovis tells Kenosh he must attend to this new development, so he will be blunt and mentions Kenosh’s time along the Ermehn. He tells Kenosh he can be of use in the coming war and he wants Kenosh to stay in Deltrada as an ally. Quinlan asks Dakkan what Clovis means, and Kenosh tells Clovis that his cause is peace, to which the General replies that Kenosh is obligated to help the Canid keep it.[85]

Kenosh tells Clovis he will not participate in another massacre as Clovis leaves the room, and Clovis informs Kenosh that if he leaves it will be in defiance of the Treaty since the Sunsgrovians are required to lend their aid. Kenosh tries to follow Clovis out, but is held back by a guard’s spear as Clovis orders his soldiers to make the Sunsgrovians comfortable, noting that they may be there for a while.[86] Kenosh says that the Treaty does not allow Clovis to detain his allies. Clovis says they are being retained to advise on the foreign threat, and asks why Kenosh would not want to share knowledge with their sworn allies. Kenosh tells Clovis they will speak in the morning, then return to Sunsgrove, to which Clovis dismissively replies that they will see.[87]

The Eve of the Attack- Pages 48 through 55

After dark, the Ermehn wait in a cave overlooking Deltrada. Ashtor approaches Hardin,[88] who notes the Canid have sent three patrols to the northeast, meaning that Rhosyn’s distraction is working. Ashtor notes that the Canid will notice the patrol that should be in their location has gone missing and that almost everything is ready. Hardin asks what Ashtor and Eira will do, and Ashtor says they will go to the western shore of Lake Felnach until dawn with two soldiers. Hardin tells Ashtor to take four.[89]

Ashtor asks if Hardin can spare four, and Hardin outlines that Bevan and Rhosyn were the best scout and shot in their tribe respectively and that Rathik is descended from Sratha himself, although at the moment he values Rathik’s fighting skills more than his bloodline. Hardin tells Ashtor that there are no other Ermehn scholars, and that he and Eira may be the last two scribes in the Wastes. Ashtor concedes.[90] Ashtor tells Hardin he has never approved of this plan, and that no matter what happens, the fate of all Ermehn will be changed forever. Hardin asks if Ashtor honestly thinks he doesn’t know that,[91] and Ashtor says he does know, and that he might accept this was inevitable. He tells Hardin that some of the member’s of Feyn’s Tribe claim that Hardin is the reincarnation of High King Aeslid. He tells Hardin that he’s won battles and convinced Ermehn to follow him and now, they’ll follow him to the ends of Dunia. Hardin replies sarcastically that of course no mortal could beat the Canid along. He tells Ashtor that he believes there is a higher power at work, but not the gods.[92]

Ashtor notes that Hardin thinks highly of himself, yet so little of his own people, and Hardin claims that he freed the Ermehn from a life in the shadows, but If they all die it is meaningless and the Ermehn will disappear. That, he tells Ashtor, is his burden.[93] Ashtor tells Hardin those words have never worked on him and that he is responsible for these Ermehn- if not to save them, then to ensure they don’t die for nothing.[94] Hardin confesses that he never thought he would get this far, and Ashtor says that he doesn’t think any of them did, before reminding Hardin that they are to meet at dawn at Lake Felnach. Hardin confirms the western shore. Ashtor leaves to get his four men, and Hardin looks over Deltrada and asks the gods to help him.[95]

Time with the Ermehn- Pages 56 through 62

Back at Deltrada, the Envoy is imprisoned in a tower. Dakkan and Quinlan have removed their armor,[96] and Kenosh is asleep. .[97] Quinlan is writing when a drop of water falls on his letter. He looks up in annoyance while Dakkan snorts in amusement beside him.[98] Quinlan asks him what’s funny, and Dakkan says that the most powerful army in the Four Kingdoms can’t fix a roof. He asks Quinlan what he’s writing, and Quinlan says it’s a message to King Dabheid telling him what happened. Dakkan tells Quinlan that the Canid will never let him send it, and Quinlan admits that he knows.[99]

Quinlan asks Dakkan what Clovis means by saying Kenosh spent time among the Ermehn. Dakkan doesn’t answer, and Quinlan begins to ask if it’s why they were arguing on the way, and Dakkan cuts him off, claiming that their arguments are nothing special. He apologizes to Quinlan, then asks if he remembers the Oran Uprising|the Oran Uprising, which happened when they were young. .[100] Quinlan says he was very young, but knows Caldus distinguished himself in it. Dakkan says Kenosh was in it, and that it was some of the worst fighting since the Ermehn War. Quinlan says that Caldus never talked about it and that it wasn’t a popular topic in Terria. Dakkan tells him an Ermehn named Oran led a handful of allied tribes in an attempt to take a Canid garrison. They held out, and fighting lasted for over a year, and Kenosh was captured near the end. Quinlan is surprised, and asks if Dakkan means he was captured by the Ermehn.[101]

Dakkan confirms, saying Kenosh was gone for a while, then just walked back into Lutra one day, but he had changed. Dakkan’s mother died a couple years later of illness. Quinlan says he remembers Dakkan’s mother dying, but he didn’t know Kenosh was a prisoner of war.[102] Dakkan says he and Quinlan met soon after Kenosh came back. King Dabheid wanted to meet with Kenosh, and Dakkan accompanied him.[103]

At this point, alarm bells begin to ring. Dakkan and Quinlan rush to the window, and Kenosh wakes up.[104] Kenosh tells Dakkan and Quinlan that he is going to have a look and they need to stay put. Dakkan starts to protest and Kenosh snarls at him, telling Dakkan it’s an order. His mood smooths, and he tells Dakkan it’s an order from his father. Kenosh leaves, and Dakkan and Quinlan put on their armor and weaponry.[105]

Rooftop Confrontation- Pages 63 through 77

Quinlan returns to the window and peers out, noting that he hears fighting. Dakkan notes that they did sound the alarm. Joining Quinlan at the window, Dakkan expresses worry for his father, and starts to ask Quinlan what he thinks they should do when Feyn and some other Ermehn kick the door down.[106]

One of the Ermehn is surprised that Sunsgrove has a presence here, but Feyn says they’re with the Canid and must die. Quinlan realizes he has not put on his sword. Dakkan starts to say they aren’t with the Canid, but is attacked by an Ermehn with an axe. [107] Quinlan sees his sword lying on his bed, but is attacked by an Ermehn wielding katar before he can get to it.[108] Quinlan flips over him and kicks his attacker into a wall, but Feyn comes up behind Quinlan.[109] Dakkan knocks his enemy into Feyn, and he tells Quinlan they should go. [110]

Grabbing his sword and tying it on his belt, Quinlan follows Dakkan out into the rain.[111] Peering over the edge of the walltop, Dakkan and Quinlan see that Deltrada has become a battleground.[112] Dakkan finds a grappling hook on the wall, and Quinlan asks him what they should do. Dakkan says he wants to find his father, but expresses hesitation before cutting himself off as the Ermehn approach them again.[113] Dakkan tells the Ermehn that they are not working with the Canid, but Feyn cuts him off by calling him a liar. Quinlan tries to say he doesn’t want to fight, but is attacked[114] by Feyn, who disarms Quinlan and backs him against the walltop. Dakkan sees his friend’s plight, but is busy fending off the other two Ermehn. [115]

Quinlan dodges Feyn’s strike and grabs his cloak.[116] Slamming Feyn into the walltop, Quinlan tries to punch him, but Feyn catches the strike and bites Quinlan on his left shoulder.[117] Feyn and Quinlan grapple. Feyn begins to choke Quinlan, but Quinlan breaks free, accidentally sending Feyn over the walltop.[118]

Feyn falls to his death, and as Quinlan stares down at the corpse, he gets a flashback to a sparring match overseen by Caldus.[119] He has just lost to Crim. Caldus kneels by Quinlan and tells Quinlan that he will hate Caldus until he has to choose between his own life or someone else’s. Quinlan breaks out of the flashback,[120] and is saved from an attack from behind by Lady Canid, who slashes Quinlan’s attacker down the back. She asks Quinlan if he is alright as Dakkan takes out his last attacker.[121]

Finding Kenosh- Pages 78 through 82

Dakkan turns to ask Quinlan if he still needs help, and sees the blood from Lady Canid’s attack. He sways and falls into Lady Canid, who asks what’s gotten into him.[122] Dakkan leans on his staff and recovers as Quinlan tells Lady Canid that Dakkan has a thing with blood. She tells Dakkan he picked a bad time to get squeamish, and tells him to stay out of it as she starts to leave. Dakkan asks her if she’s seen his father, and she says Captain Kenosh went to help General Clovis regroup at the front gates.[123]

Dakkan thanks her and Quinlan asks Lady Canid if she would allow them to follow her to the gate. She says she’s going to check the aviary, not the gates. Dakkan says he isn’t willing to wait and tells Quinlan to follow him. Quinlan starts to protest, but Dakkan glares at him, prompting Quinlan to obey. They go down the trapdoor[124] through the keep to the outside.[125]

Running to the gates, they hear Kenosh telling Clovis to stop. and that he cannot kill an unarmed warrior. Hardin kneels at Clovis’ feet with three spears to his back.[126] Clovis tells Kenosh to remember his place as a guest in his garrison, and Kenosh reminds Clovis that he, too is bound by the Treaty of Cenolau as everyone else is. Clovis tells Kenosh to go home, and that he is finished here.[127]

Betrayal- Pages 83 through 96

Pushing past Kenosh, Clovis raises his blade to kill Hardin, but Kenosh stabs Clovis in the back. [128] Dakkan, Quinlan and the Canid stare in shock. Hardin kills the three guards with aid from Bevan and Rhosyn.[129] Kenosh attacks another Canid as Hardin continues to fight. Dakkan stares in shock as Quinlan strides toward Kenosh, calling him by rank. Rhosyn sees Quinlan reaching for his bow and shoots him in the left shoulder.[130]

Quinlan falls back onto Dakkan, his blood staining Dakkan’s hand. Dakkan starts to feel faint, but his rage overpowers his nausea and charges Rhosyn. Bevan moves between Dakkan and Rhosyn and tries to calm Dakkan down, but Dakkan lays him low with a strike from his staff.[131] Dakkan attacks Rhosyn, but Rathik grabs him by the throat and disarms him. Lifting Dakkan in the air, Rathik begins to ask Hardin if he can kill this one, but Kenosh interrupts him,[132] and tells Hardin that’s his son. Hardin tells Rathik to let Dakkan go. Disappointed, Rathik tosses a wheezing Dakkan to the ground. Getting angry, Kenosh says that Hardin said he would wait, and asks him why he didn’t.[133]

Hardin tells Kenosh that it can’t be helped, and that Kenosh has to come with them. Kenosh relents. Still wheezing, Dakkan is dragging himself through the mud to get to Quinlan.[134] Kenosh kneels next to him and gets his attention, then asks Dakkan to listen. He tells Dakkan this will be the last time Dakkan sees him[135] and that no matter what happens, Kenosh is proud of him. Lady Canid sees the General’s body from a distance and runs over to close the gate. Kenosh repeats himself, and Hardin calls Kenosh over.[136] Kenosh hugs Dakkan and pulls away. He tells Dakkan to keep pressure on Quinlan’s wound and get back to Sunsgrove as quickly as they can.[137] Dakkan tries call his father back, but Kenosh leaves with Hardin and the Ermehn. Kenosh tells Hardin he was supposed to wait as they leave Deltrada [138]

Dakkan turns to Quinlan and starts assessing his wound, but Canid guards apprehend them and apart as they pursue Kenosh and Hardin. A Canid writes a missive that he attaches to a messenger bird[139] and sends it into the night.[140]

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