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Vang Khan’s ancestors had ruled over his land for generation after generation. They fought each other over pasture land and herds. When it came to survival all was fair. These battles were fought between relatives and the battles were fierce and deadly.
Vang Khan’s grandfather, Mergus, was taken prisoner in one of these battles. The victor was a khan who was a relative of Mergus. This relative sent Mergus to the Khan of Kurga to be disposed of. The Khan of Kurga had Mergus sewn up in a sack and thrown over the back of a statue of a mule. Mergus was left there to die of hunger and thirst; slowly suffocating before final death.
Tomorrow’s Post; #25 The Wife of Mergus and her lover, Nawr