Chapter Fourteen: Battle of Thistletop
â€œâ€~You do not know what war is,â€™ he said, â€~War is not senseless fighting. Nor is it meaningful. War is simply trying to figure out which side is more convicted to their side of the story. The losing side not only lose the fight, but lose their story.â€™â€
Bubnug slid what was left of the rapier in his belt and tightened his grip on the sword cane. With a wave of his hand, he led the others into the war room, with those he led looking on with slightly amused glances. They all noticed, when they entered the room, that a section of the opposite wall was now gone. Instead, there was just a set of stairs that led downward into darkness. Drawing his blade again, Bubnug started down the stairs.