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There were Sulcar captains, too, their huge, furred cloaks thrown back, their horned or center-ridged helms bright with gold, proving that they were wide-faring, and lucky in that faring.

For all the size and weight of that massive body, Gruck moved with a kind of fluid ability which in the past she had noted among the Sulcar traders, the Borderers ever alert for trouble.

Her thin features appeared sharp, akin to those of the monster hounds which had been the scourge of the Dales as Destree had heard during her days as a sailor on Sulcar ships.

Destree, who had served on Sulcar ships, had seen most of the largest cities of the eastern sea, but she had never viewed any such spread of buildings new or old.

Three reports have come in turn from the Sulcar expedition: They have truce with the barbarians but are now before even the boundaries of that half-fabled land.

Koris had sent a fleet of three of the swiftest Sulcar ships bound to the Dales, but this was the period of storms and what was ordinarily a three-week voyage might become twice that with ships beaten off the regular courses by the winds and waves.

The Sulcar captains were always ready to sign a good fighting man for their voyages.

The Sulcar records uncovered there were all of a later date when the sea people had made strong contact with Estcarp and the Dales.

And after Sulcar custom the women were busy as the men, poling laden craft along the canal, even steadying materials for the builders and wielding axes themselves.

Beyond Dargh, on the continent itself, there is a Sulcar trading post.

Trusla was introduced to a third kind of city and one which was so different that at first she was secretly a little dubious about entering the door a grinning Sulcar had pulled open for her.

Trusla longed to voice aloud her own irritation that this Sulcar witch could not see at once it was the truth he was speaking.

The master of the Sulcar town now held between his knees a small drum, not unlike, Trusla thought, that which she had seen carried for the wisewoman in Korinth.

Three drovers accompanied them: a Sulcar, a young woman of the native people, and a half-grown girl who combined features from them both.

The woman glanced at them and then gave a longer look, but the Sulcar snapped his fingers at the fruit picker.