...y, I understood.""Then, after the...""And what about me?"
Lioness asked as Dresan wanted to continue. He looked at her
surprised. She asked again, "Where will I fight?""You want to fight?"
Dresan looked surprised and confused. "But youdre a...""...woman, I know.
But I can fight like everyone else.""I candt let
you fight, the rebels would think Idm a bad leader! You know
what they say, a woman on the battlefield brings unluck", he
explained."Err, Sir? I think it
would be a mistake if you wondt let her fight", mentioned
Axel. Lioness looked at him. Thank you, she thought. Dresan
thought a moment and looked concentrated on the map."I needndt
fight, but please let me come with you! Idll stay in the camp",
said Lioness and hoped he would think of it. She was a little
furious. He didndt want to have her on the battlefield, just
because she was a woman. That made her angry. But she tried to stay
calm."Well, if youdll
stay in the camp...than you can come with us. I think the generals
wondt like this..."She was really angry now.
Wow, she was allowed to stay in the camp. Great. The others would
maybe die and she did nothing. Quickly she said good bye to them and
left. The door snapped behind her. She didndt know where she
ran, the rage made her blind. Some moments later she was at the
stablings. She searched the box of her horse and stroke the soft skin