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Beset by the Byzantine empire, your small Slavic tribe is discussing how you can defend yourselves. They are overconfident, and you feel death will overcome you. Upset, you go visit the temple of Prabog, an ancient Slavic god that you hope will protect you. Will you find glory, or death?
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This story is a lot of fun, even though it's fairly linear. A lot of paths result in death, and despite a number of endings, only one of them feels like a true conclusion. There's a surprising amount of background and lore, with some things based on Slavic folktales and some things which are original (I presume). This results in a unique and cohesive world that has some parallels to other fantasy settings as well as some of its own unique and interesting aspects.
While the writing isn't perfect, the narration and style is funny, and contrasts with the darker themes of violence and even incest. There's not a lot of characterization, but the main character's point of view helps make this story that much better. Where the plot wouldn't hold up, the little bits of comedic relief help make up for it.
Overall, it's a pretty short story, but a fun one, and I recommend it!
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