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: What do you reckon then, Pat? This Khande Rao can be taken? Patrick Harper
: Well he has a reputation of being a real monster. Mohan Singh
: [comes up from behind a tent
] If he is a monster, Mr. Harper, then he's one of British making. Richard Sharpe
: How's that, Captain? Mohan Singh
: The Company have only maintained the peace here, by keeping the princes at each other's throats. Khande Rao's father: he feared his neighbours more than he hated the British. And so it was your country that kept him supplied with arms. Patrick Harper
: That sounds just like the English: getting someone else to do its dirty work! Mohan Singh
: The son is not the father, however: Khande Rao wants you out of our country; once and for all. It is a view with which I cannot say I do not have some sympathy. Richard Sharpe
: So why are you fighting with us? Mohan Singh
: Khande Rao is... a sworn enemy of my blood. And that makes you my enemy's enemy, and therefore, a necessary evil. Good day to you
[inclines his head
] Mohan Singh
] Patrick Harper
: I don't think I like the sound of that. A necessary evil... Richard Sharpe
: Were we ever been else? Patrick Harper
: Oh... ,and there was me thinking we were always on the side of the angels.
: Mr. Harper! Well, it would appear we have been premature in our prayers at your passing. Patrick Harper
: Luck of the Irish, captain. You can't beat it!
General Sir Henry Simmerson
: A battle's no place for private vengeance, Captain. Not when there's a job to be done. Mohan Singh
: Sir, whether I fight for my blood, or for the sake of his Britannic Majesty, a dead bandit is a dead bandit! General Sir Henry Simmerson
: Very well, if you're so resolved, I suppose you must go. Mohan Singh
: Thank you sir.
: Where are you going? Richard Sharpe
: [points at the scene of the massacre
] After the bastards that did this, where do you think?