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Tell him to bite off my head, if he dares by Gold-Seven Tell him to bite off my head, if he dares by Gold-Seven
Hannibal rubbed his right eye; an old habit. "Hasdrubal needs to move closer to the river," he said, grimacing. "He won't like it a bit, but he's taking up too much space there. If he stays like that, we'll have the Roman centre overlapping ours."
Hanno looked at his uncle. "Shall I ride down and tell him?"
"Yes, see to it. If he doesn't like it, tell him to bite off *my* head, if he dares; not yours."
Hanno grinned. "I'll tell him." He whistled on two fingers; his riders turned their mounts and rode after him.

Watercolour on Canson Montval paper, ~A4

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