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ho work for money. Besides, he formed an army not just to deal with Evil beasts-Throughout history, a strong and vital team must come from the people. Whether it is a feudal army, a modern army or a modern army, this law has been verified countless times. “Okay, you have the final say,” the knight shrugged. “Then I will start training them how to hold a sword tomorrow? Although it may not be of much use.” “Use a sword? No, you take them in line and run first—” Roland suddenly Thinking that these training contents may not have been experienced by the chief knight himself, he had to change his words, “You call the hunter you looked for last time, and you can see how I do it together.” The incredible experience Vanner experienced today may be more incredible than it was twenty years ago. Add up more. He actually saw the fourth prince of the kingdom-Roland up close. His Royal Highness Wimbledon. He walked in front of him and smiled at himself, my goodness, is the prince drunk? Three days ago, when the Fourth Prince gave a speech in the square, he knew that this winter will be different from the past. They will not go to the Longsong Fortress, but will spend a long winter here. He didn’t understand most of the truths the prince said, but he agreed with this decision from the bottom of his heart. Fanner’s brother died in the fortress slum two years ago. There was no food supply for a whole month. He relied on the copper plates earned from unloading the dock to buy some brown bread to share with his brother. But the winter was too cold that year. There was wind leaking everywhere in the slum shack. This bit of food could not even maintain the body temperature, and my brother never woke up after being sick and unconscious. In Border Town, he has at least one house built of earth and bricks, so he doesn’t need to be afraid of heavy snowfall for several days. He also saw the wharf piled up with wheat from elsewhere, moving into the castle in batches. Therefore, Vanner rushed over as soon as he heard the news that the four