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Take Heed, Struggler!

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A distant city is under siege by the [[Kushan]]. After a hard battle, the invaders manage to break through its walls and invade it. The men they find are executed by beheading, arrows, or being burned alive. The women are partially stripped and taken prisoner. They presume that they'll either be taken as slaves to the Kushan homeland or else raped to produce Kushan children. One of the women recounts a rumor that the Kushan ritualistically sacrifice women to their gods.
 
A distant city is under siege by the [[Kushan]]. After a hard battle, the invaders manage to break through its walls and invade it. The men they find are executed by beheading, arrows, or being burned alive. The women are partially stripped and taken prisoner. They presume that they'll either be taken as slaves to the Kushan homeland or else raped to produce Kushan children. One of the women recounts a rumor that the Kushan ritualistically sacrifice women to their gods.
   
The women remember the days that the [[Band of the Falcon]] would come to rescue them from such tribulations and wish for Griffith, who they believe is either disappeared or dead, to come rescue them. A [[Sonia|young girl]] who hasn't yet spoken suddenly utters some cryptic words: she can hear the wind heralding the arrival of the Falcon of Light. The other women dismiss her as still traumatized by the death of her parents.
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The women remember the days that the [[Band of the Hawk]] would come to rescue them from such tribulations and wish for Griffith, who they believe is either disappeared or dead, to come rescue them. A [[Sonia|young girl]] who hasn't yet spoken suddenly utters some cryptic words: she can hear the wind heralding the arrival of the Hawk of Light. The other women dismiss her as still traumatized by the death of her parents.
 
[[File:SilatCatchesArrow.png|left|thumb|Silat saves the general from certain death.]]
 
[[File:SilatCatchesArrow.png|left|thumb|Silat saves the general from certain death.]]
 
The Kushan general responsible for the invasion sits in an extravagant chair in the city center, guarded by a regiment of footsoldiers. [[Silat]] and two [[Tapasa]] are kneeling before him. The general chastises Silat for being unable to capture Griffith, a single man, while he himself was able to capture many fortresses and settlements in the same amount of time. Silat has explained that Griffith had escaped by flying off on the back of a [[zodd|giant beast]], but the general is disbelieving. Silat tries once more to explain the situation, but the general interrupts by forcing his foot down on the unflinching Silat's forehead. He says that even though the [[Ganishka|Kushan Emperor]] might hold the Bakiraka warrior clan in high regard, the general himself does not.
 
The Kushan general responsible for the invasion sits in an extravagant chair in the city center, guarded by a regiment of footsoldiers. [[Silat]] and two [[Tapasa]] are kneeling before him. The general chastises Silat for being unable to capture Griffith, a single man, while he himself was able to capture many fortresses and settlements in the same amount of time. Silat has explained that Griffith had escaped by flying off on the back of a [[zodd|giant beast]], but the general is disbelieving. Silat tries once more to explain the situation, but the general interrupts by forcing his foot down on the unflinching Silat's forehead. He says that even though the [[Ganishka|Kushan Emperor]] might hold the Bakiraka warrior clan in high regard, the general himself does not.
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