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Oh. I'd not thought of it that way, but—" Branna waited. Adranna sighed, leaning back in her chair, her face so uncharacteristically thin and drawn, pale against her dark hair, that Branna nearly wept from look¬ing at her. "You're exhausted, Cousin," Branna said. " Adranna managed a faint smile. "We'll have lots of time to talk while the men are gone to war. " "There's another good thing," Adranna continued. "You know, the worst thing about living with Honelg was being terrified. Not of him, so much, though he did have that awful temper, but because of Alshandra.
Most welcome," Kov glanced at Garin, who was smiling in what appeared to be relief. It's not the ankle, Kov thought, he just doesn't want to leave the safety of the dark. "Kov," Garin said, "go down and help his lordship's men tether their animals and set up their tents and suchlike. " Lord Blethry had visited Lin Serr several times, but the sheer size of the place always left him awed. The steel doors led into a domed antechamber that could have held Cengarn's great hall twice over. The shaft of sunlight from the open doorway cut across the polished slate floor and pointed like a spear to a roundel, inlaid with various colors of stone to form a maze some twenty yards across.
We figure that it's only the point of a salient," Blethry went on. "Other fortifications will follow, I'll wager. Appar¬ently, they want to take over the western grasslands. They need pasturage for those heavy horses of theirs. " Brel said. "The very one. " "How convenient for them," Garin muttered. " Blethry nodded Garin's way. "They won't stop at the Westlands," Brel said. "But, no doubt, you realize that, or you wouldn't be here. " In as much detail as Blethry could remember, he re¬peated Salamander's description of the place.