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They’re singing a bawdy marching song about a fellow whose horses were too small for his chariot, an old favorite of Anubian soldiers. Harnakhte, a lean young man with a rich baritone from far up-river, knows more verses than Neferu has ever heard. They column of soldiers crests a hill. The song unravels, thread by thread, as the soldiers spot their target in ones and twos. The drums still beat, feet still march in time, but the merriment is gone.
Pallas stands beneath the ancient statue of Elyrian, looking up at it in wonder. They always pause beneath that statue, just for a moment, to remember why they’re here. Students stream around them, jostling and pushing, all on their own paths through the Academy’s central plaza. This week is Evaluation, when students who have reached the end of the standard curriculum make their argument for continued sponsorship in one of the school’s departments, and many of the other students have a glassy-eyed look.
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