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By James Lowder

The barbarian military has became its points of interest at the Western nation-states. in simple terms King Azoun of Cormyr has the power to carry the Western factions jointly and forge a military to problem the horsemen. yet Azoun had now not reckoned that the cost of saving the West should be the lifetime of his daughter.

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For a short while, he learn and reread the passages describing the “black days” less than Salember, the insurgent Prince. The voters of Cormyr, and particularly Suzail, have been reportedly very supportive of the campaign. regardless of this, Azoun wondered—as he had for far of the night—whether or now not his humans fairly did think his plans to be of their most sensible curiosity. The king knew that heritage could file him to be the following traitor to Cormyr if Bors used to be a correct manifestation of his matters’ actual emotions in regards to the crusade—his campaign. What his descendants considered him mattered to Azoun greater than it most likely must have, so ahead of he headed to the throne room to satisfy the Zhentish envoy, he devised a plan wherein he may perhaps notice the people’s actual opinion of the campaign and discover any plots the trappers may need hatched for open rebellion. placing that plan into motion must look forward to the subsequent evening, whilst he’d have an opportunity to make an appropriate hide. The royal chamberlain, decked out in his best gown, entered the throne room. He strode pompously to the heart of the big corridor and bowed to the determine on a throne on the room’s contrary finish. After a number of moments of silence, which looked as if it would the Zhentish envoy like an hour, he sharply rapped the end of his gold-shod employees at the polished marble underneath his ft. “Your Highness, may well I current Lythrana Dargor, distinct envoy from Lord Chess at Zhentil continue. ” The advent rang in the course of the room, echoing off the stone flooring and gorgeous stained glass home windows, finally getting misplaced within the wealthy tapestries that lined many of the partitions. targeted Envoy Dargor stood patiently nonetheless, although she were instructed in Zhentil preserve to not count on any formality while facing Azoun IV. at the throne, the king tapped his foot, silently counting off the time earlier than he might enable the Zhentish flesh presser to boost. He fidgeted somewhat and toyed together with his lengthy red cloak. At Azoun’s facet, Vangerdahast stood, resplendent in his so much colourful gown. a better examine the wizard might display pink, bloodshot eyes and a moderate pallor approximately his cheeks, yet he concealed his exhaustion virtually in addition to Azoun masked his. After a short while, whilst Azoun felt convinced the wait has to be seeming like an eternity to the traveling dignitary, the king sat up directly and acknowledged, “Let her boost, Lord Chamberlain. ” The chamberlain bowed back and grew to become to Lythrana. She straightened her grey shirt, petulantly brushed a stray strand of raven-black hair, then begun towards the king. Her high-heeled boots despatched sharp, cracking footsteps through the corridor, and her black, high-collared costume hissed the place it dragged alongside at the ground at the back of her. “It is a excitement to eventually meet Your Highness,” Lythrana stated in a low sibilant voice after she bowed. “We are happy that Zhentil preserve despatched such an entire flesh presser to debate Faerun’s needs,” the king replied. although Vangerdahast chuckled inwardly at Azoun’s use of the royal “we,” an affection he infrequently followed, he knew the king was once critical in his compliment of the Zhentish envoy.

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