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Man, that seemed like a hard battle for the captain. Its a good thing he survived.
Its a good thing that you survived, my liege.
Where were you Ross?
I was at Fife, it was at the time when the Norweyan banners were waving in the air, intimidating our people. And to make matters worse, the hero of Cawdor bacame a traitor and was assisting the enemy. Luckily, we were still able to be victorious in battle.
To make things even better, Sweno, the King of Norway, wants to bring about an ultimate peace, but we agreed only if he pays us a good, hefty lump of money.
Hmmph. Cawdor the Hero is from here on out the dirt under our feet. Go tell it to Macbeth and greet him as the Hero of Cawdor.
Macbeth is truly a man worthy of his titles.
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