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What is it, man? What has happened? " But the trooper who had stopped the mule spoke first. "He's been fighting, My Lord Count. " The old man snapped over his shoulder, to no one in particular. Then turning back to Geros, his tone became solicitous. "Had to fight your way through them, did you, comrade? I must confess I misjudged you earlier, thought you a man of no mettle. Glad to see I was wrong. "It requires a high degree of courage to do what you did, lad-ride off alone, though hostile forces, to fetch succor for your comrades.
I must confess I misjudged you earlier, thought you a man of no mettle. Glad to see I was wrong. "It requires a high degree of courage to do what you did, lad-ride off alone, though hostile forces, to fetch succor for your comrades. I always feel privileged to meet men of your rare kind. " Had Geros been able to let go his hold on the saddle, he would have pinched himself. He was certain that he must be dreaming. Such accolade for Geros-the-coward, from so great and famous a noble warrior, must surely be a dream.
Once his body lay prone, a stream of blood crept from the top of his left boot, and exam-ination revealed a deep stab in the side of the calf. Also, as was usual for a man who had fought for any length of time in plate, the skin surfaces of his muscular body from shoulders to knees were one vast bruise, while his clothing dripped of sweat. Vaskos's gentle probing had early established that Ahndee's left radius was broken. It was a clean break, however, and had been more or less immobilized by the tight-fitting armguard which had encased it.