“It was a winter they would tell tales about. A winter that arrived so sudden and sharp it stuck birds to branches, and caught the rivers in such a frost their spray froze and scattered down like clouded crystals on the stilled water. A winter that came, and never left…”

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“Three years passed, then five. People spoke of curses and offered up prayers and promises. They blamed mages, their neighbours, the jarls who ruled their villages
and towns. But blame didn’t break the winter, and soon no one could remember warmth except from fire, or green apart from the silvery hue of the fir trees.”
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