341. The irony of vengeance

Beneath the Southern walls of Sentinel, Samsi af-Bazra can only watch as the Badwater Mine collapses down upon her partner and her supplies.  Alas that her partner was not to make it out alive, but his ghost lingers to tell a very different story of his fate then that told by the Redguard woman.

The spirit believes that he can only find rest in the afterlife when he has had his revenge upon the one he claims betrayed him.

341 (g). The irony of vengeance

That is the irony of vengeance, that it makes the vengeful forever dependent upon those who have wronged them, their release from their self-torment only coming when their adversary suffers the same fate, or worse.


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