"Deep in the Heartlands, there is a little house on a juncture between two small towns. The house is simple: a single door leads into a main room, separated in two parts. The first half of the room is comprised of a sitting area where two chairs reside next to a lit hearth, the few logs within slowly withering away. A small kitchen and dining room make up the latter half, with a stairway leading upstairs to a bedroom for one. The roof is made of straw thatch, the walls of hand-chiseled stone, and the floors of simple oak.
But the crossbow, primed and ready to fire, was made of a dark, seasoned ash wood, and had a skilled hand at the trigger."
Edme Terrowin, a once great and admired Ranger, now exiled and disgraced.
A knock on her door one fateful night brings back a familiar face with one final job asked of her and her alone, the fate of her old Kingdom hinging in the balance.
As things begin to fall into place, she must decide--
Is it worth taking?