A Lemma on Systems of Knotted Curves by Alexander J. W.

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If that were so, as far as he could tell, he would be the youngest Blood Claw in generations to be elevated so swiftly. Immediately he tried to mrottle the hope. It was his youth that made just such a promotion unlikely. Who did he think he was, to be singled out so? They passed two officers of the ship's company, resplendent in their grey tunics with the wolfs head emblazoned above the sign of the thunder fist on their breasts. They returned the men's salutes absentmindedly and strode on. Ragnar realised he was in part of the ship he had never visited before, the chambers assigned to the company's leader and his Wolf Guard.

Things were not looking good. Well, more than one way to skin a dragon, Ragnar thought, setting down his pistol and tapping his grenade dispenser. He was a Space Wolf. He was more than capable of judging the position of the onrushing enemy by their footfalls and their scent. He lobbed a handful of grenades over the sandbags out towards the enemy. Moments later a wave of screams and explosions filled his ears. “I think you might have got one,” said Sven. ” Sven lobbed a grenade over his shoulder too.

There was no turning back now; they had passed the point of no return. The first faint tremor in his seat drew Ragnar out of his brief reverie. The whole pod vibrated slightly. His training told him that it was merely the first tickling touch of the atmosphere on the pod's shell, but for a moment a deep primordial fear reached up from the depths of his being and screamed that the pod was malfunctioning and they were all going to die. “The breath of the wind,” said Sergeant Hakon, in his calmest and most reassuring tone of voice.

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