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Ballad of the Bloodmarch

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This poem by Rodrik Grath talks about the pride and enthusiasm that the people of Trunau have in their quest to keep the orcs out of their town. He wrote it after the town held off the orcs of the Legbreaker tribe for nearly a week, before causing the orcs to turn and run. This poem tells of many things, including the horrors of war, heroism, and pride. The Chief Defender Halgra of the Blackened Blades, the leader of the town, appointed this piece to be the town's official anthem in 4710 AR.[1]

References

  1. Patrick Renie. (2015). Battle of Bloodmarch Hill. Battle of Bloodmarch Hill, p. 12. Paizo Inc. ISBN 978-1-60125-725-3