133. Complacency

133. Complacency

The greatest danger to a soldier is not the blade of an enemy, but his own complacency.  I have fought and overcome every foe I’ve faced since returning from Coldharbour.  From Dremora warriors, to Necromancers, from Daedra to Werewolf, from men, to mer, to beasts; yet a single, solitary man, Sternis Gelves, the leader of the Red Rook Bandits, almost… almost achieved me.

Today I learnt that the man who first conquers himself, may yet live to fight a hundred battles more.

S.K

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