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Vjeko and group spent a few weeks in Pervia. They trained, they told stories about their adventures, and they reveled in the celebrations. Fenrase became an ally. A friend. Vjeko learnt that Rigel was a Femarian Lynx. A dying species. Vaena picked up some skills too. It was a great break for them. But it was time to go. They had an evil tyrant to kill
The road to Ruegard was straightforward. It was an ancient kingdom. One of the first to have formed, and still standing strong. Yes, it was the place that saw revolts and murders of its kings. But the kingdom never fell. Just passed hands
Deldrach Servian was the eldest of the Servian siblings. He had taken claim of his home kingdom after the revolt, and had been on the throne for many years. Ruegard became a stern, isolated and hostile kingdom under his reign. It expanded its borders, but at the cost of freedom of the people
When Vjeko reached the Ruegardian capital of Orza, he stood still. The capital had turned into a fortress. There were army encampments all around it. Walls of stone surrounded the city. Vjeko smirked. "Somebody's paranoid!"
This wasn't good at all. He could not possibly fight an entire army. Vjeko had come for a fight. But Deldrach had prepared for war. Vjeko looked troubled
Vaena looked at the horizon to the east. She exclaimed, "Look! Over there!"
From the hills of Kayera emerged a swarm of soldiers. They came in numbers. All decked in armor and weapons. Vjeko tried to make out the insignias. But there were many. Vjeko spotted the Sarken flag. King Fraiser?Vjeko jumped onto Rigel and they sped off into the direction
King Fraiser was pleased to see Vjeko. Vjeko soon learnt that he wasn't the only king who had gotten his army. The kingdoms of Varesh, Turencia, Caeco, Benqard and even kingdoms as far as Romera had come. This was almost half of Fendor! Vjeko had done something that nobody else had done before. He had given them hope. He had given them courage to fight back. He had given them a leader to fight for
Vjeko had an army. In fact, a large stretch of armies. Eight kingdoms had pledged their loyalty to his cause. He was ready, for war