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For as long as anyone could remember,
the people of this village said that the wolf was running past the wheat whenever the wind would cause it to bend.
The wolf was said to have trampled the wheat when the wind caused it to topple over,
and they blamed a poor harvest on the wolf's insatiable appetite.
In the beginning, there was nothing aside from warmth.
A promise was then made.
Greetings and farewells occurred time and time again.
Human beings eventually gained the ability to obtain prosperity on their own.
They may no longer feel the need to uphold the promise.
I'm growing tired of the country roads.
Right?
A peddler?
A half-day trip toward the east will take you to a small village in the mountains.
I just came back from selling salt there.
So all of this is salt?
No.
This is fur.
Oh, that's just a bundle of wheat.
It's a type that's impervious to both warm and cold weather.
What's going on?
Things look unusually tense.
It seems that a pagan festival is going to be held in the village to the west.
Pagans?
Insolent people who don't believe in our omnipotent God.
I think the Pope should exercise his authority like he did in the past,
but it seems like he can't keep them in line.
Those pagans must be deceiving him with their tricks.
Pagans, huh?
The people of Pasloei?
Hello, Mr. Lawrence.
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