It would be an understatement to say that GarGar, le comte des Deux Chats, felt uncomfortable in the wood stool upon which he was sitting. Directly across from him, behind a long wooden table, sat a committee of men appointed by the Prime Minister in order to debrief le comte on his whereabouts during his prolonged absence from Court. Grim-faced elders, noblemen and prelates, were now gathered to get the gory details. Never in his life had GarGar seen such a gruesome collection of hostile faces.
“Where shall I begin?” Asked GarGar
You can begin at the beginning. What happened to you after the battle, which I might add, you lost.”