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Trailing the tracks

"We were meant to leave the next day to the forest, but at a cursory glance at the soldiers who had arrived I could already tell the bell ends and the Bellington company had no idea what they were doing. Most of them carried spears and swords and at the back you had a dozen of guys with longbows. This wouldn't do. I made the polite inquiry to the commander of the group whether they even knew where we were going. He basically replied with a whole lot of hand waving and nothing else, he had seen battles against brigands and creatures alike and knew what they were doing. Well it took a bit of convincing to get him to relent and to swap some of the spears for shorter blades and axes and to change the bows for crossbows.
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