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Dishonored - Final FarewellsThe city watch guards stopped talking and stood up straight when they saw him coming, and saluted him when he walked past.
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There wasn’t any reason to, he had nothing in terms of authority over them anymore, but nevertheless they showed their respect.
They weren’t the only ones who’d noticed him either.
People in the street were moving aside to let him past, stopping whatever they were doing to watch in silence.
Children playing would stop and watch, some whispering, some backing away.
The city was teeming, the streets were clean, the people were happy, everything was as it should be.
It had been many years since the plague had been cured, now there was so sign there had ever been one.
There was a time when people who were sick were taken away, when entire districts were walled off and quarantined, and bodies littered the streets.
A time of misery, poverty, conspiracy, corruption, and death.
It was without question the darkest of days, but they were days long since pas
The raven of Serkonos Ch. 2Dunwall Tower had always been an impressive sight from the Wrenhaven River it stood tall and proud, all white with the light blue flags that had the Kaldwin’s crest on them, moving sometimes lazily and other times vigorously. Making a great contrast with the few constructions that were near it, mainly being Coldridge prison, that was a heavy building, of a dark gray color, that seemed like a monolith. While the tower it was a simple building that had been constructrd when the first King of Gristol had decided that it was time to expand his kingdom and had began conquering the other islands. The tower was a symbol of the Gristolan power and arrogance at the same time, yet it was impressive. Corvo knew that it had been adapting as the time had gone by, the water lock was a recent addition to the tower no more than a couple of decades old. It was added before the Emperor Euhorn Kaldwin was crowned, being the last thing that the previous dynasty did to the tower, of course in that ti
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