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"We who are about to die—"

No, too direct. Too grim. How about ….

"We who are about to march to war—"

No, no. Too melodramatic. I need an opening for my memoir that's catchy, memorable, and will make people want to turn the pages. Let me see ….

"There once was a warrior from Rivenspire, who came to the Dragonstar Arena with a sword on fire—"

Now that's an opening! It even rhymes! I wonder how much of this I can write before it's our turn to enter the Arena? Ah, what's the hurry? I can always finish it after we win.


  • The name of this note is a reference to the line used by gladiators in ancient Roman times.


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