A Fight to the Death Epilouge, a short story by Clash. Date added: 2012-06-21. Times viewed: 515.
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“Of all the events that unfold one, will shake this land to it's core and at the core of this event will be one man. He will be known as the traitor. All will know him for the traitor will forever bear a mark on his left shoulder. It will set him apart, although he will have always been. And the sword of the traitor will pierce the heart of the 14th king. This act will have the power to bring about the destruction of the crown. The one they call the traitor, though innocent in his own right will have the power to either become the name he was given or to stop the calamity that follows. His fate though is not his own though for the one that will come to be known as the traitor will not die at the hands of an enemy but by the fate of a woman. Indeed the identity of traitor will be completely destroyed and in it's place he will take a new identity. Should he unite with the one called Death his new identity will be the Father of Death and his victories will be absolute. Should he instead unite with life then he will be bound to an old title and an even older duty. In accordance with his duty he will face battle and strife beyond the scope of mortality. These are to be his fates”
Cole's eyes went wide as he woke from his sister's voice in a cold sweat. 'An old title.' He realized with astonishing clarity what that referred to. The general meaning of the name Termesias was “Victor” but upon allotting it to Vidar Cole had completely overlooked it's literal translation: “Lord of War.”
AN. Let me know what you think. It was just a thought that came to me but if there is enough popular request I may write a sequal.
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