Differences in The Wandering Inn 1.02 D
- He knew Aiko of course,
but she wasn’t someone he knew.
- Ken had seen all kinds of faces.
But when it had been established that no one know what was happing or what was going on,
- people began forming their own groups,
- It took a while and Luan had to explain himself several times,
but the world of Olympic kayaking slowly opened itself up to the two Japanese students.
- He had trained to be part of a Coxless pair,
which was a specialized type of boat that allowed for two rowers to use it at the same time.
- Luan was usually on the bow side—which was to say,
the left side of the boat—and competed his good friend,
because there were already two excellent rowers forming a coxless pair who’d won a Silver-medal in the 2016 Summer Olympics,
- Lawrence Brittain and Shaun Keeling,
- Luan was—well,
he was one of the best rowers in the world.
- He was an athlete—which also explained why he didn’t seem fazed by the marching or fighting like the others.
- The next day they arrived at the battlefield,
a wide valley miles long,
- where two armies sortied from camps on hilltops and met in the valley floor.
- The first man to stride towards him was a bald fellow named Ulvial.
He was in charge of Untimely Demise and wasn’t as good a warrior or leader as Quallet—but he made do with a set of officers that stayed with him
- Large ones like the Great Companies made their soldiers do the work,
and there wasn’t a regular soldier alive who didn’t resent a suppression company from staying out of the real danger.
- He needn’t have warned his soldiers.
They were staring at the battle between the Dullahans and Centaurs with wide-eyes,
- even the ones who were used to fighting.