The War of a hundred deaths
By wmorgan, Updated
A father goes off to war to be killed leaving a child emotionally scarred, when that child is called to duty to serve his country will he snap from the pain of reliving his life as his father did or will he prevail and become a legend among men?
Please Don't go father, this war is not worth it.
Fear not my son. For I shall be back before you know it.
Thirteen Years later.
I shall never fight for you. My father died fighting for people like you.
You're being forced, sir. So either get in line or your dear mother will hang
Fine, I will fight for you, but you have to promise to leave my family alone.
Thats what I thought. Now get in line and start marching to Castle Dawnguard
Two Days later at Castle Dawnguard
We have arrived. Your first duty is to suit up in some armour.
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