The old sage had told them that their destiny lay to the north. For the last three days they had followed this advise and Swelyn and Daid were now coming to the edge of a great wood.
“Daid, the sun set an hour ago, shouldn’t we make camp?”
“I don’t know. Something tells me that we need to keep on. At least for a little longer,” Diad said.
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