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ON TO LOCKHAVEN
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YOU FI...
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TOGETHER AT LOCKHAVEN
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ABLE TO MOVE
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  1. 1. 771m ‘Ema’ 1150 ll. Jan. ’ of‘a'I1'l: .fawnJ, vi/ /ales, anlxnfif-Nod? » ME winar var "a--. _ . ‘ -j. _ _ Wtnzasnmléych Eumlo rig, figcorldbv C’u-Jl‘}’: ; 5 9 - _ fa/ fut ullfaunta / rmlg at-A ' - ‘ _ ' _—-s ,
  2. 2. A $24.95 ISBN 978—1~932386—74—5 I ll I 52495) 9 781932 386745 ‘ I
  3. 3. MOUSE GUARD, ” WINTER I I 5 2 ARCHAIA CNTERTAINMCNT LLC WWW. ARCHA| A.COM
  4. 4. M? i‘11L%%r§‘£§RD FOR MY WIFE JULIA SPECIAL THANKS TO Mviwu: N1s [Essa clam MIKE DAVIS Lvmsou pm-:5 smu mama ]EnEMv usnm was nunz unscom cmr nunmv sun will cammrswu: sun mm rwsmwm Mum smuz uumvsvxui mc nmcn 51-on & ART By . ,.. .xmm. . TRICIANARMANI DAVID PETERSEN mo IANIES mmsv
  5. 5. MOUSE GUARD: WINTER I152 Copyright (0 2009 by David Peterson ‘III: chapters in ‘In; book fim . Ippe: |I: ‘d in me comic book MOUSF. GUARD: WINTER 1152, «3 ma TM zoos by David Petersen. Published by Archaia P] Bickcu. I'M: I'd: nt Mark Smylie, Publtlther Slcphrn Chrisry III, D: wI0pmnItDI'r: c!nr Brian Torncy, Amriare Crzariv: Dimrar Mel Caylot Marketing Manager Archalz Entertainment, LLC A Kunoichi Company 3759 N. Rmnswood Ave. Sun: 230 Chicago IL 50513 www. Arch: ia‘com VHW Arch; |i; |"' Logo is TM 2009 Kulmlclli Inc. All righls | ’L‘Sk‘fVL'd. N. » I| n:ll| IhuIi1A‘d I’q)I(ldll([i()lIs |7L'rmlflL‘£l, I-mp. rm rcvicw purpn s. "nus is . . work arrauanm any 3.. . Iy u. pt-mm or micc alive or dL‘iI(l is purely cnincitlcnml. iVl(7l)('(; ll1Il’(lE Winrcr 1152 ISBN ll): l-‘)3Z3ll(i-74-2 ISBN I3: 97841-93238647445 Prinlcd in Clliru, lU‘)X765432l Firxr l-xlirmn w ARCHAIA YM
  6. 6. FOREWORD EVERYMTIE IS TWO HV WHVTER. —GEORGE HERBERT, JACULA PRUDHVTUM (I 651). FIE ICY SEASON HAS SETTLED OVER THE MOUSE TERRITORIES. THE MOUSE GUARD ARE SHORT OF FOOD AND MEDICINE. THE SMALL BAND OF ADVENTURERS HAS BEEN FORCED TO SPLIT UP. LEADflK} THEM TO TERRIBLE CHQCES. EVERY GREAT SOCIETY LIVES UP TO ITS CHALLENGES, AND THE GUARDTWCEARE NO EXCEP* TION. THEY SELFLESSLY CONFRONT THE WEATHERAND CHALLENGE THE PREDATORS. THEIR HEROISM. MEASURED AGAINST THE TRIALS OF WINTER SHINES ALL THE MORE BRILLIANTLY. DAVID PETERSEN'S TINY ACTORS PLAY OUT THEIR STORY OF COURAGE AND LOYALTY ON AN EPIC STAGE. WITH IMPECCABLE TASTE PETERSEN CHOOSES DRAMATIC CAMERA ANGLES AND STRIKIN3 COMPOSITIONS. NOT MERELY TO TELL THE STUIY, BUT TO EXPAND THE WORLD. THE COLORS TRANSITION FROVI GOLDEN FIRELTGHT TO PALE BLUE MOONLIGHT. THERE ARE SNIPPETS OF OLD BALLADS, EPIC POEMS, AND TIMEWQIN MAPS. THE EFFECT OF THIS ARTISTRY IS TO EXTEND THE STORY WORLD BEYOND THE FRAME OF THE CIZWTIC PANELS SO THAT IT LIVES INSIDE OURMINDS. THE ELDER MOUSE CALANAWE TEIJ. S HIS YOUNG COMPANION IJFAM, "YOU SHOULD ALWAYS AIM TO BE YOUROWN MOUSE. " PETERSEN HAS TRUST ED HIS ARTISTIC TNSITNCTS. BECOME HIS OWN MOUSE. AND GIVEN US SOMETHIN3 COMPLETELY NEW. JAMESGUIINEV «l*i, ,,§ ' l CRFATUROFDINOTOPIA . / «ll/ I -Y‘lI 0. .
  7. 7. ONTENTS CHAPTER ONE CHAPTER TWO CHAPTER TH REE CHAPTER FOUR CHAPTER FIVE CHAPTER SIX EPILDGUE MAP OF GUARD ROUTES GUIDE TO SPRUCETUCK GUIDE TO DARKHEATHER MOUSE TRADES PINUP GALLERY PAGE 8 PAGE 34 PAGE 60 PAGE 8 6 PAGE I I2 PAGE I 38 PAGE I 66 PAGE 176 PAGE 178 PAGE 180 PAGE 182 PAGE I 84-
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  9. 9. MOUSE GUARD. WINTER I I 52 wrillcn S: IHLlIl'fiIC(T lay DAVID PETERSEN Published by Ardnla C1 4 I AlchalaErIIBIIalnme7VILLC 3 IM |6BOVIneSIleeI, $ulIé9I1 ~ . « 1,. goings . womb; |. osAngele alIlomIa,900ZB. USA I Vlllw. lKhll. (olVI MOUSE GUARD is in and w 1009 by David Pelusen Aicrui. a'- and rrie Alchzia" [ago I} TM 2010 Anhaia EIIIEIIBWFVIEIII LI( All iigiiii IESEII/ Ed Nu iiiiaimiuiizea IepIDdu(Il0rIS pevmilted, ex(epl viii IQVIEW piiiposei Any Slrllllallly to peimiis alive 0! dead IS puvely (ol7I(idEnIa|
  10. 10. CHAPTER ONE Tine Fan of 1152 [eff line Mouse Terriiories unprepared for Winler. The IDGICODIODT. Micinigfni. raised an army to In-eacin line gales of Lociaimoen anti Gwendolyn. The Guuniis mairiarcin. As line seasons cimngeti. umierlging proiziems sniff: food anti medicine Tiireaieneci The Mouse Terrilories linemseioes. Gmentiolgn Inna scalfereci eieoen of Pier Best Gu<1rJrnice lo ad as am[>ussu<{ors anti galiier immetiiafe supplies. TAB minier sfiies are Jar‘ am! Jrear. Once green [unJ is pafe and severe. Suppfies are . rAorf an¢{ nigixi is Iong. Time sIan¢'[. r sii” in if’: Eiiler song. mlAere¢{ [Tye siisfrozen on {A9 oine. Is Iliis Hie emf of Jaysfor yours anJ mine? Ti: Eu! (1 season and. sucfi “Tings Turn. Lacfi of pt-aperaiion is a coftf [esson lo [eat-n. ’ -Pam by Iii. Seritw Roiizin iii iiiii Winlvr a] 1152
  11. 11. THE STORM IS GETTING
  12. 12. ONE LAST CITY BEFORE WE MAKE FOR LOCKHAVEN. SPRUCETUCK LIES IUST BEYOND 'l'I-TAT PLAIN. ’ BUT. IN THIS WEATHER. _WT| ‘HOUT COVER. ns TOO DANGEROUS
  13. 13. ROUTE R M m M E ‘ 0 O
  14. 14. vwvn TO HIDE PROM DON'T NEED A FOX TO OVERHEAR EVERYTHING. SAXON. _4—_-. . WE ARE THROUGH ‘TO SPRUCETUCK.
  15. 15. GUAILDMICE HERE _ ' T0 SH‘. YOUR ‘I >1’ f’ ;2%, ':’/ % _
  16. 16. .. “I u xtuu. . /‘/ /’o ‘ “ VI‘ ‘ '7"/ uF. .;. :~. '_"“ nun
  17. 17. OUR LADY GWENDOLYN SENDS THIS INVTIATION AND AN OFFER OF CONTINUED . GOODWILL SIR. THESE ARE TI'IE GUARD MICE I WAS TELLING YOU ABOUT. K ALSO IN DIRE 1‘ NEED OF ELIXIR AT . ' LOCKHAVEN. WHAT BRINGS FIVE OF THE GUARD OUT IN SUCH CRUEL OUR RESERVES ARE A150 QUITE LOW. WE CAN ONLY SFARE TWO 3011‘ LE.
  18. 18. SFRUCETUCK OWES ITS EXISTENCE TO THE GUARD. WE ARE MICE OF SCIENCE. NUT SWORDSMICE. WHEN THE TOWNS OF FERNDALE AND WALNUTFECK FELL. OUR CITY BECAME MORE omx corrrmuan FAITH . , IS IN THE GUARD. . WAS INFUSED WITH OTHER HERBS . ' PER DOSE AND ~ rr SHOULD LAST ' THE SEASON. YOUR LETTER MENTIONS A SUMMIT . AT LOCRHAVEN. .. I § 1 -iv ‘ ‘V . .+ I THE NECESSARY ESCORTS WILL ARRIVE WE. HOWEVER. MUST RETURN WITH THESE SUFPLIES. WILL MAKE AN EXC‘I'. P'| ‘ION. @: ..
  19. 19. HEDOESNCTLOOK LIKETHETYPETHAT LIKESTOBELED. KENZ FOLLOWS HIS STEPS IN AWE EVERAL DWS OF COLD TERRAIN HIS A VOICE OF EXPERIENCE 1 WE COULD ALL USE THE WARM'I'H OF A FIRE NOR DOES HE LOOK THE TYPE ; THAT ASKS TO BE FOLLOWED. SAIL
  20. 20. MY Low. TIEs ' LIE WTTH LOCKHAVEN , BUT PROTECT HER AND ‘ OUR GUARD. us ANYTHING. rI's _ ‘TO BE MORE MIDNIGHT WAS ANY INDICATION. A THREAT CAN COME . N0 THREAT. KENZIE. " ‘ WE HAVE BEEN FRIENDS _ h / ._, I ‘ ‘TOQUESTION THAT. ' ‘ '4 . _ N IWILL , V T ‘ I ALWAYS FOLLOW I!
  21. 21. Is EVERY- THING ALRIGHT WITH YOU Two‘?
  22. 22. SADIEI rr'I. I. PICK us orr ONE AT A TIME INTEND TO LET ‘ TT GET THAT
  23. 23. .. .c. , _ 9. H 3 0' W, ‘-' 0
  24. 24. . COMBAT. SAXON. SEEK ' RESOLUTION , LOTS OF PRACTICE SLTNGING OFF GULLS AT’ THE FROSTIC
  25. 25. ‘II . ‘III W7 /3 ~ “WALL I/ . . «‘*"' w; ‘‘. "t (, ’ ‘I APPEARS To ’ I BE GONE. .. Is As soon As ANYPLACE To me K IN FOR CAMP. In FHA I ' . I. ” "W3 z , I ' I / MIIIIII <9)
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  27. 27. YES. BEG PARDON. SCRIBE AS YOU KNOW. THE WEST AND SOUTH ARE BEING COVERED BY KENZIE SAXON. LIEAM. SADIE. AND CELANAWE IT 5 THE FURTHEST TO TRAVEL AND THE GREATEST DISTANCE BETWEEN CITIES THEY ARE COVERING THE NORTHERN CITIES OP WILDSEED. THISTLE: DOWN. WHITEPINE AND PERHAPS EI. MWOOD. THEY SHOULD BE NEARING THISTLEDOWN - BY TODAY'S SUNRISE I HAVE A GREAT DEAL OF FAITH IN AND COFFERWDOD SHOULD HAVE THE LARGEST SURPLUSES IN WILL SEE ALL ' WHAT OF THE OTHERS. PROGRESS? AND HER PATROL OI‘ AUBREY. DELVIN. AND BASTIAN LEFT TWO DNS AGO. .. ANNIKA. AND SELA EAST TO MAPLE HARBOR AND ITS SURROUNDINGS THAT IS A HUB OF TRADE THEIR RETURN WILL _DEPEND ON THE MERCHANTS OFFERINGS. ONLY TWO TO THREE DAYS FROM LOCKHAVEN II‘ THEY MADE IT THROUGH COPPERWOOD AS PLANNED.
  28. 28. I HOPE WE HAVE THAT MUCH TIME STARVAT ION AND ILLNESS WILL TAKE MORE LIVES THAN THE LAST WINTER
  29. 29. HIS LEG STILL BLEEDS. THE I HIS FLESH IS HOT TO THE 'IOUCI'L. . FRESH MEDICINES OR FOOD. I HAVE NO REMEDY. THE SUNSET OE RAND IS MANY SEASONS AWN. ..NOT ON THIS NIGHT. STAY WITH ME. SHIELD'BEARER ' OP LOCKHAVEN. .. PATROL BROTHERS WILL COME THROUGH.
  30. 30. 5 TWO PULL DMS JOURNEY TO ‘ / .". .
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  34. 34. CHAPTER IWO Tfiree pariie: of Guartimice [eff Locizixunen in Hope: of gafinering Juppiiex and medicine from surrounding oinagex anti io ziefiner inoiiaiion: i0 (1 Jummii for file EIQIICLI‘ of siaie. Afier line purig [mi ‘:5 Kenzie ma: aiiacfzeci [)3 <1 greaf [101-neci omi. {Beg Jllfj-€! 'e({ more Pnarcisinip: mfxen fine ground iisei-I openeci inio (1 greai [lore Jmaiioming fine mice. preoeniing iixeir fimeig reiurn mi“) supplies in Locfxixaoen. -Heroe: fa”. fieroex 5:-eali. fierce: Bfeezf. T593 : [neL{ Eiffer lean. pun filemxeluex up. no! In concede. Oflen are meg umyfaixf and/ requenl {Bey mourn. HETOQI are rarefg IDGJQ and 909” Ynflre JCIJOYD 60"”. Nof Ii” affer (Bey Jie. Jo mice . ring of (Heir Iafe. A ['05. a July. (1 ffnanklemr ogfigafion nof lo fail. SH” many a mouxe Mink only {fie name is required Wind [)ecnme. r cf ‘hem? Tiley eillier quif or expire. - —'A vz7m; ng‘I’o. ... . 551,19 S. -rifts Rage. -n
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  36. 36. MOVING DOWN THERE KENZIE! ARE YOU Lorr HURT?
  37. 37. VERY LARGE TUNNEL
  38. 38. LOOKS LIKE WE PLUMMETED V THROUGH A SNOWDPJFTED LOOK AT THE EMBLEM. ..
  39. 39. FOR WCE. NOT EVEN GUARDSMICE TI-IE WEASELS ABANDONED DARKHEATHER AI'l'I‘; R rr WAS RUINED IN THE WAR. RIGHT? YES. am DARKHEATHER SHOULDN T 512 ms ma NORTH BINDING OF CELANAWEVS WILL NEVER REACH.
  40. 40. How's THE SOME OIL IN THE FONT ' GIVE US ‘ ABEARING. HERE OUR PATHS SPLIT. YOU CONTINUE ON TO LOCKHAVEN WITH THE SUPPIJES OUR TUNNEL SEEMS TO POINT NORTH AND EAST TOWARD LOCKHAVEN AS WELL. WE WILL FOLLOW THIS UNTIL WE FIND A WN TO THE SURFACE
  41. 41. YOU REALLY MEAN TO TAKE us THROUGH DARKHEATHERI? I MEAN TO LEAD US OUT OF HERE I! ‘ THAT MEANS THROUGH. IMRKHEATHER. 50 BE IT.
  42. 42. JUST LEAVE THEM IS TO RETURN TO . LOCKHAVEN WITH , I‘_ THE SUPPLIES. WHEN YOU WERE A CA_PTIVE OF MIDNIGHTS ARMY. SAXON AND KENZIE KEPT THE GREATER GOOD OI‘ ' LOCKHAVEN IN FOCUS. TIEY DID NOT IGNORE TIE FATES OI‘ THOUSANDS TO SEARCH FOR ONE OF YOU. Iv V’ . I II. » TIEY KNEW YOU WOULD SCRAPE THROUGH THEN. AND I KNOW THEY WILL NOW.
  43. 43. ., I HEAR YOUR TIME WTTH THE GUARD HAS . ' BEEN SHORT. _ ‘I MAKE H. I JUST DIDN'T RNow " Ir WE SHOULD LEAVE- BUTH ACCOMPLISHED ‘ GUARDSMICE. TO MAKE UP YOUR MIND ABOUT THE KIND OF GUARD MOUSE . ’YOUWANTTOBE _ HAS IMPRESSED — ME ON THIS WINTER ‘ TOBELIKESAXON ' ORKEN7.IE? ' CAN KEEP FROM ‘ I BICKERING. AND SADIE , FOCUSE3 HER GLANCE '
  44. 44. Erna IIIIIJII I -' 'YouARENoTsoQuIcRTo_ ‘ II J'U'MP INTo DANGER As sAxoN. ‘ .1 'sAxoN KNOWS HE CAN AFFORD To BE ; RECKLESS SINCE - KENZIE ACTS As _IIIs CONSCIENCE ‘ 'ANDNoTAsI>ENsIv§. OPMINDASKENZIE. » . ”‘l """l‘IH"; I“ ~ u rev? " ’ ; _ M 3 R‘ ‘. “V". yt'~ TM’ my . ‘ % Iv; -.. .,. ‘AND KENZIE CAN LINGER IN HIS THOUGHTS AND PLANS. BECAUSE HE RNow_s sAxoN CAN DEEEND HIM.
  45. 45. ) “I WANTED To SEE . IE HE wouLD BE ‘ SWAYED BY MY ‘IT TOOK sAxoN's - ' CoAxINC To MAKE L_II= TI-IE " GREYFUR s MIND. ‘You WILL NEVER ' DIsAI>I>oINT. »rx. :m2.zwIuu-nu, -I ‘ 2 ' "BE COMPLETE ‘ ' WTTHIN YouRsEI. I=_ — YOUNG REDFUIL.
  46. 46. I HEARD OF OUR EXPLOITS BEFORE I EVER MET ‘ B'B'B'UT-’I"T’I' II-II-I-I-o-w-V? SPOKEN OF BY MANY TYPES OF
  47. 47. - ‘ ~ 'ouR D-DUTY >_ - 7 '1 , / . {, U_‘ Is To RETURN To ' I ‘ , '_ LOCKHAVEN WITH / /A ARE YOU 5.5m, ,,uB_~ ‘ A THAWED ENOUGH FROM _ -; ~, YOUR I>LuNGE? . / ‘ . 1/ 1“; -/ 1/ I. , r’ SEEMS I HAVE '. APFR. EN'| ‘ICE . ‘ A " i
  48. 48. WE ARE FEELS OR WERE G%'£UT1H’g 3%“ Now EXPLORING A LIKE WE ARE ' POTENTIAL THREAT TO GOING A BIT ‘ . To so u, ,,. ,“_, _ AND THE sECuRITY or THE - . REGROUT WITH OUR TERR"°“P5- ‘P ""5 NonCE THE , - L L I PARTY. NOT PATROL Comm” NORTH. WE MN SOIL IS SOFTER HERE. NO]. WORN‘ BE DIRECTLY UNDER OUR TOWNS AND VILLAGES. OUR MISSION IS NO LONGER TO RETURN GOODS ‘IO LOCKI'IAVEN. .. THESE RUINS CERTAINLY ARE - ' ». WEASEL. .. CELANAWE AND UEAM ARE DOING THAT. THE OPPOSITE. SAXDN LIFJAMS _ THEY HAVE YOUNG. BUT I-l. AS , ‘s-owzg EACH OTHER. CERTAINLY PROVEN o . ; am‘. ~ . HIMSELF. THE YOUNGEST _ AND OLDEST GUARDMICE A , Mm? You TRUST . . THEIR SAFE RETURN TO LOCKHAVEN ALONE? AND HE's AIDED EY THE BLACK AxE FOR GuARDsARE_'
  49. 49. SH]-IHI-L. . soMETHING's AH, ._AD_ OPOSSUM USE ABANDONED BURROWS.
  50. 50. YOU JEPORDIZED ouR LIVES. ..AGAIN! THIS ONE WOULD HAVE BEEN MORTALLY VRJUNDED. EEING sucH A CRACKING I WIE| .DING A BASKET OF CALM ’ FIRE I FIGURED THE TWO YOURSELF I OF YOU COULD TAKE KENZIE. IT S A THE OTHER. S17-TUARY. " ' ' THERE ARE , TIMES WHEN YOU CANT PLAN KENZIEI FORWARD AND AOAPT AS CHALLENGE WERE You ADAPTING WHEN You ATTACKED ME‘? WERE BEATEN AND You DID DRAGGED FROM Nor KNOW THE CITY? J THAT WHEN You . CHARGED AND ATIACRED TTI BEYOND THE GATE LOOKS CLEAR.
  51. 51. ; STRANGE NONE OF ‘ . THIS WAS DESTROYED IN THE WAR. WE DIDN'T EVEN KNOW THIs WAs HERE. BETTING THAT IT IS.
  52. 52. AT TIE VERY LEAST . THE GHOSTS OF THE PAST HAU NT THIS PLACE. WHY? MY . M, you _ g , _ - TACTICS DoNT mm HEAR K 4.. ‘ . I HAVE MERIT? THAT?
  53. 53. ‘K’ 4.. ‘—--«; ”-A*"'»”‘ 2.. ‘~ -‘gt-. ~« ‘tiffi. 6*-H. fl. . ..AND I Mm} TO mow YOU an READY TO FIGHT oun WAY our.
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  60. 60. HOLD FOR 10 BE SEALING ‘‘ ’ ISABEL I DO NOT HWEVER. UNLESS ’ GWENDOLYN HEKSELI‘ TELLS ME TO LET YOU LEAVE ALL MICE AND HARES STAY PUT. I-« -£57m» (@9- . , 3 we‘ fl THOUGH IT IS NOT ON WHIM THAT I LOCK US ACTING UNDER GWENDOLYN S ORDERS. WE PLANNED . . TO REACH OAKGROVE ' AND THE LAKE cITI1=s BY TOMORROW s y, _ MID'MORN. ..
  61. 61. NONE HAVE LEFT _ PAST THE MAIN GATES ‘ ' —NoR THROUGH THE NORTH'EA5|'EKN BASSAGES. SHE HAS POISONED OUR SHIELD BEARER. A * ~. HE HAS BEEN HIDDEN AWAY . T0 REMAIN IN MY CARE FOR NOW. i»‘ IKNowNoTo H V 31. I I ’ AEAcAIL's MOTIVES. BUT IT MAKES LITTLE YOU ARE MY EYES OF LOCKHAVEN. .. " SHE MUST STILL BE WITHIN OUR WALLS. AND THOUGH ‘V REMOVED. IS STILL
  62. 62. A/ I. ~fI’ . I / LOCRHAVEN IN THIS ICE
  63. 63. _ D P THROUGH ‘"7" YOU“ I'LL SEAL . 5"°"‘D- THE CEILING BY ICING IT WITH THE SO. THE YOUNG SIAYER OF SNAKES CONCERNS HIMSELF WTTH THE DETAILS. .. WE ONLY HAVE ENOUGH CANDLE TO LAST ONE
  64. 64. WHAT RAN THROUGH YOUR MIND WHEN YOU FACED THAT SNAKE LIEAM‘? THE WORDS ‘TI MATTERS NOT WHAT YOU FIGHT. B_UT WHAT YOU FIGHT ron . A DANGEROUS ‘ SLOGAN INDEED. .. IT MA'I'I'ERED NOT TO MIDNIGHT WHAT. OR WHOM. HE FOUGHT EITHER. HIS ENDS JUSTIFIED HIS MEANS.
  65. 65. " CELANAWE. ~ ~. ARE You TRULY THE BLACK AxE? AFTER THEE wEERs TOGETHER AT LOCKHAVEN AND IN THE WILD. You AsR ME NOW? I WAs AFRAID BEFORE <‘ ' IF I WAS_ oR WASNT‘? A LITTLE OF BOTH PERHAPS.
  66. 66. MUST HAVE BEEN ABLE TO MOVE UNNOTICED IN THE SHADOWS. .. YET. DISFTTE HIS THIEVERY. MURDER. AND MUTIVES. HE WAS NOT WHOLLY WRONG. HE IS THE ONLY MOUSE WHO IS NOT THE BLACK AXE TO HAVE WTELDED THIS WEAPON AND NOT FEEL THE BITE OF TTS BLADE TO RULE ON HIGH. BUT THE IDEA OF THE TERRITORIES NEEDING UNTFICATTON AND PROTECTION IS WHAT I DO WITH THIS AXE
  67. 67. WITHOUT ANSWERING ’ IAM ABLE 10 ANY snmnmzrrr TO ACHIEVE GREATER on MATRIARCI-L. Au‘ THE “ml NEVER RULDIG OR GOODS FOR THE MICE OI’ V CONTROLLING ANY MOUSE I PUT THE NEEDS OI‘ ALL MICE BEFORE MY CNN.
  68. 68. I AM SHROUDED IN MYTH AND LEGEND. IT IS MY ABSENCE FROM MOUSE SOCIETY THAT LENDS ME THE MYSTERY I NEED. YOU KNOW NOT HOW OLD OR YOUNG IAM. THE TRUTH OI‘ THIS AXE. .. ' BUT HOW couw YOU HAVE‘? YOU COULDNT HAVE BEEN AUVE WHEN THE GREAT SMITH PARKER FORGED THE AXE. OR HAVE BEEN AROUND LONG ENOUGH TO ACCOMPLISH MOST OI’ THE LEGENDS OF THE BLACK AXE. .. , — 1% AND THE TALE or THE M! MY PAW FIRST TOUCHED 11. IS FOR ANOl'I-[ER SEASON. .. _ ONLY WHEN . IM SURE YOU NEED
  69. 69. TALES ARE DESI‘ TOLD AT THE END OF JOURNEYS. .. SEE. WE BOTH LIKE TO KEEP OUR SECRETS. A SHAME THEY DON. T KEEP US ‘ A BIT WARMER. PERHAPS THEN YOU WILL TELL ME ABOUT 1'I'IE SCAR
  70. 70. SAXON. or coURsE I M WILLING To FIGHT OUR WAY OUT or HERE II‘ I JUST NEED BE PREFER IT NOT A E: OUR ONLY OPTION. SO LONG ‘ AS I CONPORM TO YOUR PLANS. .. YOU TWO SQUABBLE LIKE ‘ AN OLD MOUSE ; I THINK THE KEY NOW IS OUR SILENCE. .
  71. 71. EARS FOR THE ENEMY TIWGS If THE IJIKM. YUM AK-
  72. 72. ONCE WE DO. THESE BATS WILL ALERT ANY WEASELS WITHIN A DAYS PLIGHT OP HERE
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  76. 76. AN Exn! OR You WILL NEVER AGAIN SEE THE WORLD ABOVE MN All 1-0116 wuwn Nth. on POLLOWING YOUR LEAD. SAX!
  77. 77. «V ' THE SPRUCETUCK . BOTTLES sHATTERED IN THE COLD. ONLY ONE FOR LOCKHNIEN. .. 3*? /=% Hm. .. ..I/ /, I well"/ '?g" V/ l
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