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  • Orsa was in his late twenties, a seasoned warrior who had never been beaten and never would be.

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  • This time Lennox hit him with both hands, but a wildly swinging punch from Orsa exploded against his ear.

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  • The speed of the rush carried Orsa on, flying headlong over his opponent to crash into the crowd beyond the circle.

    The Hawk Eternal

  • The entire crowd thronged the central field where Lennox and Orsa battled for the Whorl Trophy, awarded to the strongest man of the mountains.

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  • Even before they were clear Orsa shifted the weight to his right hand, dipped his shoulder and hurled the sphere into the air.

    The Hawk Eternal

  • Drada and Ongist watched with scant interest as the men took their turns until, at last, Orsa stripped himself of his shirt and stood grinning by the stake.

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  • Lastly there was Orsa the Baresark, dim-witted and dull, but in battle a terrible opponent who screeched with laughter as he slew.

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  • 'He was a man,' said Orsa, turning and pushing his way through the throng.

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  • Orsa ran his hand through his thick yellow hair, sweeping it back from his eyes.

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  • I will spare Orsa the Baresark, for he has no ambition, and despite his frenzy in battle, carries no hate.

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