The horse came back alone. The guard was supposed to tell them if there was danger ahead. While this answered their question, she wanted to know what had happened to her husband.
They pulled into a circle and armed themselves with the only weapons they owned. Children sat in the wagons, huddled together as the older siblings to tried to calm their cries.
With her husband now gone, she had to accept responsibility as the leader of the group. She grabbed her sword and moved to the head of the group, swallowing hard.
The dragon stepped out of the forest.
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