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The Races of 5th Century BritainThe Races of 5th Century Britain
Saxons: White-furred Foxes, that speak Anglish. They are originally from the Saxony, the great plane below Denmark, where most still reside. However, the majority of Britain is now Saxon. Anglish is, in fact, an offshoot of High Saxon, which is spoken on the great plane. In both Saxony and Britain they have a mainly peaceful society, but are exceptionally good warriors when pushed too far. (Note: In the island of Gotland, near Sweden, live another race of Foxes, also white of fur, but much more warlike. They are known as the Geats.)
Norse: The Red-furred Norse Foxes are brutal and cruel. Master sailo
Chapter 2 When he awoke, and nChapter 2
When he awoke, and noticed he was bandaged and untied, he lept up and jumped for joy. He looked around and found a small piece of paper lying next to a plate of food. He was starving and fell on the food, pausing at two roast birds. With surprise, he realized these birds were finches. White Foxes never ate finches, for they were sacred to Wotan, their patron god (They were not important to the Red Foxes’ warlike version of the god, Óðinn: He was followed by ravens). He looked at the cooked finches and realized that whoever had done this was not a Saxon. He was grateful, however, and looked at the paper. It was writt
Of Saxons and Stoats: Chapter 1Prologue
After the Weasels of Rome left Britain, the Celtic Stoats that inhabited the island faced a newer, deadlier threat. From the frigid lands of the North came the Saxon Foxes. As Foxes they were, but taller and white furred. Like the ghosts of animals, they slew the last of the Roman Weasels, with the help of the Celtic Stoats. But soon tensions arose between the Foxes and the Stoats and the latter were soon driven into Wales, and Scotland, with few remaining in Anglia, the land now dominated by the White Saxon Foxes.
It was cold in winter. An Icy wind chilled the land. Frost laced the grass, icicles hung from the trees and
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