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The Death of Jago Brownfolk

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[!] 12th of the Grand Harvest, 1778

 

At these dire times, a halfling priest, known by Jago Brownfolk, took arms against the inferis, along with the brave people of Al-Faiz.

 

Alas, the fight was turned into a fatal consequence for the halfling.

 

The moment of his death was brief. the inferis fired a devastating retaliation fire against the Al-Faiz people, raining them with hundreds of arrows. on that very moment, Jago saw his longtime friend, Ioannes Palaiologos, was about to be struck by those arrows.

 

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On his small body, tents of arrow bolts pierced, made some fatal wound. With it, he met his last moment

 

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he died a heroic death, and may his soul resides within the Seven Skies

In nomine Patris, et Horenus, et Exalted Honorem, amen.

 

 

 

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Fahad looked at the now lifeless body before him as a tear rolled down his cheek "You shall be missed, friend”

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Garan, who witnessed the entire act, weeps for the heroic halfling. “The demons will pay,” he affirms to his surviving comrades.

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James II weeps for the noble Father Jago, who served his people until the end.

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Father Wilhelm sheds a tear, praying for the soul of his fallen friend.

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Saeed Ibn Hamzah hears of the following events, making a Oath to Avenge Jago

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Ioannes wiped away his tears as he held onto the lifeless body “We will revenge your death, friend” he’d say

 

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“A shaheed he has become... until we meet again old friend..”

Antar would say with a slight smile as a tear rolled down

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Filibert Applefoot writes down something in his notebook.

”T’is will beh news fer meh newspaper, oi dink...” he’d say with a sigh.

”Anothah ‘alflin’ leaves fer be’’er lands... even if ‘e was fairleh improper, t’is ah loss fer our kin ne’ert’aless”

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Holy Ser Ademar mumbled a prayer for the soul of the dead priest, signing the Lorraine cross upon concluding it.

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The High Keeper offered a quiet prayer as the news reached her of the Halfling’s death. “May your death be avenged, my friend.”

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Micah O’Connell watched from Knox’s golden wheatfields. Despite having qualms with Jago’s Canonist beliefs, he had been fond of the halfling priest.

He would have liked to welcome Brownfolk to the afterlife, however, unfortunately they were not in the same resting place.

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“This is why we wee folk stay out of this sort of nonsense.” Alfie declared to his wife inside their burrow while he relaxed in his smoking room.

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Dael’debol stands proud atop the roof of the Gehenna Estate, raising a drink for his fallen friend. “To you, you absolute legend!” The man would shout out amidst his sorrow. 

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