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Living the quiet Warlord lifestyle. Sounds good. Creating a quiet estate, employing staff, it's about all a man can do on the positive side in these modern dark ages. I'd add a few staff to actually make paper and scribes to copy books.
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Posted in Histories on Apr 16, 2021 — 1994 reads
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Posted in Blog on Jan 28, 2021 — 530 reads
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Posted in Histories on Jun 25, 2020 — 272 reads
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