PONTAGAR: What – Look, I know not everybody likes Lenthic, but I do, and – ARROGAND: Bah – as if I care one way or the other about that one. Sleep with who you want, it’s not important. What I have to say is important. For you, for me – for the Tribe. For Erogenia. PANEL 2 PONTAGAR: What, then, Father? PANEL 3 ARROGOND: *Sighhhh* I … All right, let me try to put it in perspective. Twenty-eight years ago, I was pushed into agreeing to this alliance under Ipola because the Council itself thought it was our only way to survive. Maybe it was, then. I don’t know now. PANEL 4 PONTAGAR: Of course it’s not ideal, but it seems to have worked out in the long- ARROGOND: It did NOT! It has not! It was as close to a disaster as possible without us actually losing the war. In the end she let them go! She let them go to their side of the river and – PONTAGAR: As opposed to – what? If I understand, we were depleted – exhausted. Pushing further would have – PANEL 5 ARROGOND: They were exhausted, too! We should have … My son. Do you know what Erogenia once was? PONTAGAR: I know the stories of Eroghen, Father. I know of the Empire. I also know about what they did to the land and – PANEL 6 ARROGOND: You know what the Moon Tribe Queen wants you to know! It’s only part of the truth.