By Christopher Stasheff
The medieval planet of Maltroit looks repeating Earth's bloody heritage within the worst attainable demeanour. it truly is as much as the Rogue Wizard to offer the downtrodden a crash direction in democracy, so ahead of you could say "Magna Carta," he is bent the process historical past through educating the nobles the rudiments of democracy, and education the peasants within the fundamentals of radical politics.
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It's enough to make a man bait a hook," Insol's man grumbled. "The soldiers don't seem to have anything against one another, at any rate," Dirk commented. They followed Sir Hildebrandt toward the east, on a well-packed road through fields of ripening grain. Coll couldn't help but think that those stalks would soon lie trampled in the mud, with soldiers' bodies among them. So much labor wasted! So many lives! So much hunger! They camped for two nights, and Gar and Dirk struck up conversations with the soldiers, who seemed surprised to find themselves forgiving the men they had sought to kidnap-but Sir Hildebrandt talked to the stranger knights by the hour as they marched, so they could tell themselves they were only following his example.
Dirk could almost see the tension flow out of the horse, saw it calm amazingly, and knew that Magnus, the telepath, the expert in every psi power known to man (and in most of those known to woman, too), was reaching out with his mind to soothe and reassure the horse's mind. More than soothe-slowly, the horse lowered its head. Then, quite relaxed, it folded its legs, lay down, and went to sleep. " "You mean you do," Dirk corrected. The sentries saw the herald coming a mile away-or rather, saw the donkey with someone on its back.
How could wars ever end? Of course, they might not have been simpletons, but simply from very far away indeed. For a moment, excitement stirred in Coll's breast. Could there actually be places where wars did end? Where a whole county or duchy might find ten or twenty years of peace? But he shrugged off the notion almost as soon as it came. Fairies and elves were real-everyone knew that, even though they had never seen them-but a land without war? Impossible! Dirk nodded at the plowman, his white hair tousled by the wind.
A Wizard In War: The Third Chronicle of the Magnus D'Armand, Rogue Wizard (Chronicles of the Rogue Wizard) by Christopher Stasheff