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Beyond such important but necessarily impersonal concerns, I would venture to remind you that just as you lost a sworn man in Aiten, I lost a scholar in Geris, a man of much learning who might have aided us both against this threat, though of course, nothing outweighs the loss of both their lives.
On that subject may I assure you that there can be no shame or blame attached to your man Aiten for his attack on my mage Shivvalan.
Everyone had told a story about Aiten and some of them even stayed funny when I recalled them sober.
Tell me, has he got some other poor bastard leashed in to replace Aiten yet?
It certainly made no odds as far as my oath to Aiten was concerned, I reminded myself.
I felt a sudden familiar pang of loss, missing having Aiten waiting in a doorway for me, watching my back before taking his turn with the questions and chat while I looked out for anyone taking too much interest in him.
I started slightly when Grival took a washcloth to my back but reminded myself of all the times Aiten and I had done each other such a service.
Apprehension warred with a sudden, iron determination to find out what that precious pair were up to, but I locked the warning away in the back of my mind, dimly thinking how Aiten would have mocked such uncharacteristic behavior but dismissing the notion.
The ship had been rife with increasingly lurid speculations in avid undertones as we had sailed to Carif and I recalled Naldeth had been the source of some of the wilder tales of turbulent adventure and limitless wealth, far removed from the truths of life as a sword for hire, as Aiten had told it to me.
I stifled a brief longing for the simpler days, when Aiten and I had stood taking our orders with a similar lack of question or personal involvement in our tasks.
I owed Ilkehan a full measure of vengeance for leaving me the only one with the chance to kill poor Aiten before he became the death of the rest of us.
Nor was I about to leave someone else dead on these god-cursed rocks, not after losing Geris and Aiten to this horrible place and its cruel people with their ice-coated hearts.
He was a good man, Aiten, too good to lose to those bastards, and the same is true for you, Ryshad.