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tenable, becastled, satiety, sudorific

 

Jaxon of Blaxton began his sudorific race fueled by a combination of fear and the knowledge that only he could deliver a message that might save his people, which drove him onward across the formerly becastled countryside now laying in ruins with smoking remnants of farms, villages and fortresses -- not due to a marauding horde of men, but a mighty winged beast -- a dragon, which had swooped down and snatched him up, carrying him toward its rocky lair, but had interrupted its flight to gorge on mutton (its favorite fare) – a whole flock -- its captive ignored while satisfying its hunger, leaving the monster soporific from satiety and allowing him to escape and run to warn his people, for Jaxon knew full well that the castle walls were not tenable against a creature such as this, and that the only possible defense was to mount a strong offense by attacking the dragon as it lay sated and sleepy.

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