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The Muster of the Men of Erin Summary

Medb is teasing Fergus for not fighting, questioning his loyalty. He tells her that he would fight ferociously if only Ailill would return his sword, as he promised he would for the great battle. Ailill sends for a warrior's sword, and Medb tells Fergus to use it well, leaving no one safe from its blade on this day. Together, they drive back the Ulstermen three times.

Conchobar is upset, but he refuses to give another inch to the Irish, telling them to hold the line. He runs into battle and meets with Fergus. The two fight as they speak, talking about how Fergus was driven from the land by a better man than himself. Cormac begins to choke Fergus, screaming that he should not kill any Ulstermen and that it's disgraceful. Fergus hurls off his...

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