[How Many Did She Kill?""Dozens, My Lord, Until Her Sword Was Dull With The Blood Of Her Enemies."Reign Stroked The Edge Of The Dagger With His Forefinger Until A Drop Of Blood Was Drawn. The Blood Absorbed Into The Blade. "Only That? I Will See Her Bathed In Blood Before Me.]

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