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Chapter 12: New home.

the city of andruk Losing Hammerdale and Banagar was a blow to us, but acquiring Andruk was inversely equal to a curse. Now we were living near Ork lands and here we encountered new neighbours, both friends and enemies alike. Andruk is a very large city, and you could easily get lost in the first days that you live there. I remember it had all the amenities one could wish from a city. We had resources right inside the city and we had fun times going around on the walls. We were attacked frequently and we always gathered together to defend.

During this time I began to question the will of the gods. Why would we build high walls when it was so easy for the enemy to jump over! I did try some tricks but never made it on top of the walls. Nevertheless I saw the city gates pretty redundant, when you can find reds inside the fort within seconds. During this time

jumpng over walls of andruk I was refining my skills with the bow. A bow is a very fine weapon because it has just 3 skills to bother about. When you are pretty good at fletching, you will learn 3 new abilities and that's about it. Using a bow and arrow is more about your aim than the bow or your arms themselves. Having a fine bow in shaky hands would deal no damage when you miss. The bow and arrow way is also dependent about your skill in shooting higher to hit right. Arrows are subject to gravity so most specialised marksman would aim way above and in front of a moving target to hit right where it hurts. I was always fascinated by the bow and I believe those who are successful at it are truly masters of archery. The only down side to this is the cost of arrows but, like everything else, you can always make them yourself!

Next Chapter 13: Two very nice monsters.

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