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Sar’s Heroes and the Shaft Giver: Part VII Sar’s Heroes/Sar’s Thieves
Frank says we must travel far to the North to Sar Khan’s House,
To recover four old paintings, in the possesion of Sar’s spouse,
We travel through the forest to Sar house, but noone is there,
I do know that Faith is upset with him she thinks he had an affair.
I warned them, but they decide to break in, I feel like a louse,
No a chance that Sar’s burning fury will they be able to douse.
When coming upon Sar’s home I warn the others to beware,
Sleeping just around the corner is Brother, a ferocious dire bear.
Brother awakes and attacks and Voran slices one of his hind legs,
The bear will be fine I am sure, besides he can always get pegs.
Things get worse, Durok hacks away at the front door with an axe,
Then Sun is hoisted up through the window, and the frame cracks.
Sar’s Heroes are supposed to be top notch heroes, not the dregs,
Sar may never forgive Voran for hurting his bear, even if he begs.
Then there is Kel, into splinters two separate doors she wacks,
And all through out the entire house she left a trail of muddy tracks.
For what it’s worth, I refused to aid Sar’s Heroes commit their crime,
Eventually I did enter the front door, through no window did I climb.
See I waited and I waited, and didn’t go in, I remained just outside,
This was the hero Sar Khan’s home, where he and his family reside.
Out front I started to write a song, but I couldn’t get it to rhyme,
I was worrying, they’d looked for the paintings for quite a long time,
They were all searching, four of those paintings Belferon had spied,
Each painting had a message scrawled on the canvas’ backside.
*All script is hastily scrawled in an illegible (and incredibly lazy) handwriting (if you can call it that).