GTA: The Criminal Enterprises - The Loop
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Eivor heard a bard singing a song and approached him.
Eivor heard a bard singing.
- Berk the Bard: Heroes aplenty, warriors so many, but most walk about with heads that are empty. Would a soul in these lands, pay heed to a man, who wanders this world without a clan? Hey! You! My eyes and soul do not deceive me! You are the Wolf-Kissed, are you not? Come, come!
She approached him.
- Eivor: Greetings, bard.
- Berk the Bard: That face, that scowl... yes, indeed, you must be the Wolf-Kissed! Your fame and generosity are well-known to me!
- Eivor: You have a flatterer's tongue, bard. But how do you know me?
- Berk the Bard: The deeds of the great are a bard's stock in trade. The brave are wealthy, the wealthy are brave. So it goes. How about it, Eivor the Wanderer? Part with a queen's ransom and live on in immortal song?
- Eivor: Silver comes and silver goes, but the fame of the great endures.
- Berk the Bard: Both wise and generous! Truly you are history's mightiest champion. Now, hold tight while my muse inspires me.
From beyond the whale-roads, from history unknown, did the Norse take a stand, and now all must atone. Now comes Eivor of the Ravens, with the sun for eyes, trailing a river of blood, enough to paint the skies! Succumb to your fate with a kiss, a blade to your throat, the wolf's fangs to your shins. For the one blessing and the one cuse, is to meet the Wolf-Kissed!
- Eivor: Your kennings are weak. However, you make up for it with your clever tongue.
- Berk the Bard: 'Tis the tale of a bard such as I! We give and give and get nothing back. So it goes. Farewell, generous champion!
Eivor found a note from the bard.
- A Bard's Lament:
O, yet another day! What a sunny day!
O, the birds are tweeting, and more people I am meeting!
So I sing another happy song.
Another day comes, and o, the rain triumphs!
The frogs are croaking, and I am still boasting!
Of others in a happy song.
But for all that I sing, of kings and their sins,
My song remains unsung, and my purse still lacks a win.
Eivor paid Berk and listened to his song. Afterwards she either left or stole her money back.