The Weeping Empress

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"...The srbosjek had been a gift from an old acquaintance he had visited outside of Brizion. It hadn’t been a social call, however. Guibniu was a kaji, a maker of superb swords. He was renowned for the beauty, durability, quality, and detailed nature of his blades. He was now an old man with a few select apprentices who rarely crafted blades for sale, but he had known Senka’s father, Nukpana, and had watched Senka grow from ..."

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