The Unbroken Blade #36

Stealing the Vorendrayg. Well. His brother did have some balls after all. Orlin had thought of that option, but considering he himself would have hesitated to try even with a whole division backing him, he had set it aside as unlikely when there were safer deals that could be made. But, now he knew Rixken …

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The Unbroken Blade #31 (Orlin)

“It is a satellite?” “My team analyzed the overhead images the asset provided, your Majesty,” HarMakeg said. “They came from something at least four-hundred kilometers above the surface.” Orlin got up from his chair and looked at the sky through the East windows. Lor was low, but still above the horizon in the West, so …

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The Unbroken Blade #30.5

Without airpower and artillery, the ability to strike behind enemy lines at any time disappeared. This brought siege warfare back to the forefront. While direct fire weapons have advanced in their destructive potential since the times when every major city was walled, there is still little that can quickly break through a concrete wall reinforced …

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