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: Your name, please? Major Briggs
: Garland Briggs. Windom Earle
: Garland, what do you fear most... in the world? Major Briggs
: The possibility that love is not enough.
[Windom Earle has Major Briggs tide up to a target mat with a crossbow aimed at him
] Windom Earle
: When did you first see the symbol in Owl Cave? Major Briggs
: I'm not at liberty to divulge that information. Windom Earle
[Windom fires an arrow at Briggs, missing his head by inches
] Windom Earle
: What does the cave painting mean? Major Briggs
: [more firm tone
] I'm not at liberty to divulge that information. Windom Earle
: Damn, but I love the military mind.
[fires another arrow at Briggs, again missing him
: Taht mug uoy ekil si gniog ot emoc kcab ni elyts... Taht mug uoy ekil...
Maj. Garland Briggs
: This was a vision, fresh and clear as a mountain stream, the mind revealing itself to itself. In my vision, I was on the veranda of a vast estate, a palazzo of some fantastic proportion. There seemed to emanate from it a light from within, this gleaming, radiant marble. I'd known this place. I had in fact been born and raised there. This was my first return. A reunion with the deepest well-springs of my being. Wandering about, I noticed happily that the house had been immaculately maintained. There'd been added a number of additional rooms, but in a way that blended so seamlessly with the original construction, one would never detect any difference. Returning to the house's grand foyer, there came a knock at the door. My son was standing there. He was happy and carefree, clearly living a life of deep harmony and joy. We embraced, a warm and loving embrace, nothing withheld. We were, in this moment, one. My vision ended and I awoke with a tremendous feeling of optimism and confidence in you and your future. That was my vision of you. I'm so glad to have had this opportunity to share it with you. I wish you nothing but the very best in all things.
: Any time a man dies in war, he dies too soon.