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- Although my liege lord Sir Radzig Kobyla forbade me to leave Talmberg and the Lord of Talmberg, Sir Divish complied, with his wishes and tried to keep me in the castle, in the end I succeeded in leaving. I had to get back to Skalitz to bury my parents. I couldn't just leave their bodies tot he dogs.
- While I was looking for a spade I came across the mill hand Zbyshek, who was trying to rob the dead body of the butcher, which was being guarded by the dead man's dog, Mutt. Zbyshek was trying to drive him away with a spade and then he started a fight with me. As soon as I drew my father's sword, though, he took to his heels and left the spade lying on the ground.
- I got everything I needed. But now the hardest part awaited me.
- When I was trying to bury my parents, Zbyshek turned up again, and he wasn't alone. That treacherous bastard brought a gang of bandits with him, led by a frightening giant of a man, who took a fancy to my father's sword. I tried to defend myself and hold onto it, but I had no chance against that huge bastard. Just when I thought my last moment had come, Theresa the mill maid turned up with Captain Robard of Talmberg and his men. They scattered the bandits, but their leader got away with my sword, the only thing I had to remember my father by.