Thou shalt not put a sword in a baby’s hand…
It’s a good way to piss off your wife.
There are issues all over Skharr’s lands that he must deal with, including a kingdom to the east that is pushing into his sister-in-law’s lands.
Micah has come to ask for a favor from the emperor.
Skharr must head back to the capital to help the empire with a delicate political situation.
Will he be able to solve the problem without cutting off a head or two? Can he do it without getting into a barfight?
In a word, no.
Skharr needs to be in three places at the same time all while dealing with Throk Anvilforged, who is besotted with an elven blacksmith ruin.
Skharr was successful in handling “diplomacy” with a kingdom on his borders before. What happens when he has to do it again?
It’s Skharr DeathEater, back doing what he does best.
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