From Deathhawk’s Betrayal:
‘I won’t stay in the house of a man who could’ve ended slavery and didn’t.’Astarl didn’t miss the glint in Jeharv’s black eyes, but she was beyond caring. It was an outrageous ultimatum to make of the master of assassins and she didn’t expect to succeed. No one stopped her loading a horse and riding out the gate.Two days later, in a flyspeck village, the royal messengers caught up and pinned the proclamation in the town square.Slavery had been outlawed.
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