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Tamas, Junt's son, wished also to go out aboard the Lirlou but this Sarles would
not allow. "I prefer to fish by myself." Tamas made a hot protest. "That is not
reasonable! I must protect my family's interests!" Sarles raised his finger high. "
Not so ...
Ah! It glows with a virulent light! There, yonder, is the booth of a Sephard
goldsmith; perhaps he will offer you a price." Tamas took the pearl to the
goldsmith's booth and laid it upon the counter. "How much gold and how much
silver will you pay ...
I cannot defeat both Tamas and the goddess Fortunato!" The red-bearded
seaman, who named himself Flary, decided to join the game. "It is probably a lost
cause, but I too will challenge this wild fisherman from Mynault." The game
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