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Sir Kreim, who stood at Gax's elbow, declared that Aillas' rule was transitory, and
why? The reason, according to Sir Kreim, was well-known: Aillas' sexual
perversions had made him sickly and limp. This caused Gax to spit on the floor.
that I am intimate with Sir Tristano of Troicinet, whom perhaps you yourself will
remember." "I do indeed! What name, then, shall I announce? ... Sir Kreim,
already on hand, stared sullenly into the fire. As soon as Dukes Luhalcx and
"Gax, good King Gax, you have lived long enough and now your time has come."
Gax called out huskily: "Rohan! Where are you? Bring the guards!" Rohan
appeared from his chamber. "Sir Kreim, what does this mean? You are disturbing
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