Outcast 10 by Robert Kirkman

By Robert Kirkman

A weak point uncovered.

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He tugged at my hair, pulling some free, then stepped away. “You are the spawn of a Sax­on whore,” he said, 'and no Sax­on could ev­er be trust­ed. " “Gra­cious Lord,” I said to him, but he did not stay to hear more. There was a time when he bowed his knee to me and kissed my sword, but now he is a saint and I am noth­ing but the most mis­er­able of sin­ners. And a cold sin­ner too, for the light be­yond our walls is hol­low, grey and full of threat. The first snow will fall very soon. And there was snow when Arthur's tale be­gan.

We wait­ed for Mer­lin's re­turn, but he did not come and the Tor seemed emp­ty with­out him, though our dai­ly life hard­ly changed. The store-​rooms had to be kept filled and the rats had to be killed and the fire­wood and spring wa­ter had to be car­ried up­hill three times a day. Gu­dovan, Mer­lin's scribe, kept a tal­ly of the ten­ants' pay­ments while Hy­wel, the stew­ard, rode the es­tates to make cer­tain no fam­ily cheat­ed their ab­sent lord. Gu­dovan and Hy­wel were both sober, hard-​head­ed, hard-​work­ing men; proof, Nimue told me, that Mer­lin's ec­cen­tric­ities end­ed where his in­come be­gan.

Tanaburs scut­tled from pil­lar to pil­lar, mut­ter­ing charms and spit­ting. When he passed close to my hid­ing place I crouched low un­til the smell of him had fad­ed. Flames crack­led on the fire-​stones at the hall's two ends, their smoke min­gling and churn­ing in the soot-​black­ened roof space. There was no sign of Nimue. Wine, smoked fish and oat­cakes were served to the vis­itors, then Bish­op Bed­win made a speech ex­plain­ing to Nor­wen­na that Gundleus, King of Sil­uria, while on a mis­sion of friend­ship to the High King, had hap­pened to be pass­ing close to Ynys Wydryn and had thought it cour­te­ous to pay this vis­it to the Prince Mor­dred and his moth­er.

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