Tales of Gladdieus - Part Two
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Gladdieus, Fredrik, and the other 18 elites are briefed that they will be surprise attacking an enemy village. They are told that all of the friendlies have left, so everybody still there are enemies. It would take a month to get to the village. The reason for the attack was because the enemies in that village were about to team up with a more powerful village to overthrow Gladdieus’ village.
During their hike to the village, they are attacked by a pack of rabid wolves. They must fight the wolves off before they can continue onwards, a kill-or-be-killed situation. Once all of the rabid wolves were killed, Gladdieus found out that they had bitten three of their fellow soldiers. Since the wolves clearly had rabies, the other soldiers had to amputate the limbs of where the animals had bitten them.
Two weeks had passed, and Gladdieus found himself in the middle of a horrible snow storm. They had suffered many a cold night, but this one in particular would be far worse. They just had to cross a river earlier that day. Most of the 17 young men were still partially wet from the river, and the water would be soon to freeze. They had made igloos to trap heat, and Gladieus was lucky to be sleeping in an igloo where everybody was fairly dry. In the morning, they had lost 4 men due to hypothermia, one of them being Fredrik.
The 13 soldiers left finally made it to the place at which they would start their attack. They went to sleep early, and woke up before the sun rose. The group infiltrated the enemy village in the cover of darkness. They first took out the guards, then took care of the rest. The leader of the enemy village had his own personal guard. The team of 13 fought against the personal guard. Gladdieus was the only one of the 13 to realize that they were no match for the 25 personal guardsmen. While they were fighting, he slipped past them by hiding behind an open door. He continued on, until he got to the bedroom of the enemy leader. He then fought the leader using only a dagger. The leader was old, and Gladdieus used that to his advantage. He used his quickness to parry all of his opponent’s thrusts. He eventually killed him.
Upon killing the enemy leader, he was granted with the leaders riches. When he exited the room, he found all of the other soldiers and guardsmen dead. Later that night, a gypsy told him to think of a place, and she would send him there. He went home, of course.
When he arrived home, he was celebrated and lifted onto shoulders, and regarded as the hero that stopped his village from being taken over.
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