Stamus Contra Malum: 1013 YE

Death to Agrippa

Esevelen, 9th -14th

Death To Agrippa

Agrippa came forth in the dead of night;
the moon in her eyes shone glassy bright,
as over the marshes she strode in might,
until she came to her end.

Dark lay the dale, the moon shone ‘round;
by the pit she lurked underground
and cursed the clinking armor sound
and arms of the heroes returning.

The stalwart band descended alone;
Sharp were their arrows and bright their blades shone,
And hungered for the flesh of Agrippa the crone.
The bard’s spirit whispered a song of vengeance.

Dank and dark was the fetid pit,
Twisting the black glass tunnels and grit.
Water, cold and stagnant to chill the bones within it-
What horrors slept beneath the surface?

Waterlogged tombs lay about, rotten
The bones of the lost and forgotten
Protected by those blessed with undeath, begotten,
The restless dead awoke.

Over isles of muck and bone,
Through hordes of vermin and mold and stone,
Tainted flesh eaters and corpse walkers did moan
And fall before the might of the heroes.

In her lair did she lay, the beast-
Agrippa, the fallen, the corrupted, unleashed.
The warriors girded themselves, did not cease,
And with mighty war cries made battle.

Cleaved and hacked her limbs did they,
Arcane magicks burned her flesh, they say.
Arrow and dagger pierced her skin that day;
Her howls shook the tomb.

Her head shorn from body and burned,
Mouth packed with salt so she would not return,
Thrice Blessed Silver Nails that they had earned
Were hammered into her head.

Agrippa came forth in the dead of night;
the moon in her eyes shone glassy bright,
as over the marshes she strode in might,
until she came to her end.

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