A Sea of Shields - Chapters 30 - 33 Summary & Analysis

Morgan Rice
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In Chapter 30, Thor is continuing his training with the young men who are potential recruits to the Legion. With each exercise, he dismisses a few for various lacking skills or traits. He calls on the youngsters to hold up swords that are much heavier than the typical fighting swords, then has them hold up two at a time. They question him, some apparently believing the request is too demanding and Thor has to explain to them that it will make them stronger than their opponents, ultimately giving them an important edge. Only the largest and strongest of the boys and the smaller boy named Merek are able to do as Thor commands. Thor then has the boys pair off to each other. At one boy’s continued insistence that the swords are too heavy, Thor has three swords lashed together for his own...

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