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Once upon a time, in the city of Er-Sahil, the capital of the League of Chainless Trade Cities of Almahad, there was a guard named Al Debaran. Al Debaran was a descendant of the Jakkars, the ancient mentors of the human tribes who had once lived in the fruitful lands of the Almahad. His ancestors had passed on to him the knowledge of writing and constructing, as well as the importance of protecting their people and their city. Al Debaran took great pride in his heritage and his role as a guard. He knew that his job was crucial to the safety of the people of Er-Sahil, and he took his duties very seriously. He patrolled the streets day and night, watching over the marketplaces, and guarding the gates of the city.

One day, while on patrol, Al Debaran saw a group of strangers who had just arrived in the city. They were tired and hungry, and Al Debaran could see that they had been traveling for a long time. Without hesitation, he offered to show them around the city and find them a place to stay. As they walked through the city, Al Debaran spoke of the rich history of the Almahad and how it had once been a great civilization built by the Jakkars. He pointed out the ruins of the ancient pyramids and ziggurats, and told them of the mystical cult of the Black Sun that had once flourished there. The strangers were fascinated by Al Debaran's stories, and they asked him many questions. Al Debaran was happy to answer them, feeling a sense of pride in his heritage.

As the day turned to night, Al Debaran found the strangers a place to stay and bid them farewell. As he walked back to his post, he thought about the importance of his role as a guard. He knew that his duty was not only to protect the people of Er-Sahil from outside threats but also to welcome and aid those in need. Years later, when the War for the Spear broke out, Al Debaran was one of the first to volunteer for duty. He fought bravely alongside his fellow guards, knowing that the safety of his city and its people was at stake.

Despite the dangers he faced, Al Debaran never lost sight of his duty to protect and serve. His legacy lived on long after he was gone, and his name became synonymous with courage, honor, and selflessness. He had taken his heritage and his role as a guard seriously, knowing that it was not only his job but also his duty to protect his people and his city.


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