• A magistrate witnesses the torture of the invaded population.
• Colonel Joll talks about his ways of obtaining the truth from prisoners.
• A family is imprisoned, though the magistrate doesn't think they're a threat, Joll does.
• Interrogations and torture continue through the land.
• The magistrate gives a young blind girl money and tries to hire her.
• The barbarians stay away during the winter months.
• The magistrate and the girl have bathing rituals, but nothing more together.
• The magistrate begins to visit other girls for sex.
• The magistrate decides to take his maid back to her people.
• The magistrate and the girl begin to have sex with each other.
• A purification ceremony is held since the girl got her period.
• The girl decides to stay with her own people.
• The magistrate and his group are discovered by soldiers.
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