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(after Bowen has been in his mouth for several hours; muffled speech) It seems we're in a bit of a stale mate... Wouldn't you say?
(Wipes away slobbery dragon spit) I can go three days without sleep.
I can go three weeks.
(Groans in frustration) I'll stab you before I nod off.
And I'll chomp you. (Scoffs)
Marvelous... we'll kill each other.
What do you suggest?
A truce. Get out of my mouth and we'll talk... face-to-face.
(sighs) How do I know I can trust you?
I give you my word.
(Coldly) The word of a dragon... It's worthless...
(Growls and pushes Bowen out with his tongue) Stubborn lout!
(Falls on his back and Draco pins him down with his hand) Argh! I should've known...! Go on... Kill me!
(Opens his mouth and fixes his jaw to close properly) I don't want to kill you; I never did! And I don't want you to kill me! (Bowen looks at Draco)
How do we gain? If you win, you loose a trade. If I win, I wait around for the next sword slinger thirsting to carve a reputation out of my hide. And I'm *tired* of lurking in holes and skulking in darkness... I'm gonna let you up now, and if you insist, we can pursue this fracas to its final stupidity... or... you can listen to my alternative.
(Bowen staggers to his feet wearily with the sword in his hand. Draco gives him a hard stare awaiting his response. He then speaks in exhausted reluctance) What's the alternative?
It's been twelve years. Your castle is built. He can do you no more harm. (pause)
For God's sake, release him. (Einon draws his bow and shoots Redbeard in the chest, he falls)
I've always said death is a release, not a punishment!
(Bowen has just slain a dragon) Well done, Knight! Congratulations. Our gratitude, mine and King Einon's.
You can keep your gratitude. I'll take the gold. Yours or the king's.
We made a bargain, remember? One dragon put down, one bag of gold.
Your honor has a price, Sir Knight?
It has *expenses.* Honor won't feed my belly nor shoe my horse.
Dreams die hard and you hold them in your hands long after they've turned to dust.
I no longer try to change the world, dragon, I just try to get by in it.
Yes, well, it's better than death, I suppose.
Oh, is it? I should think you'd welcome death. You know, the last of your kind, all of your friends dead, hunted wherever you go...
Do you delight in reminding me? Yes knight, I do long for death, but, fear it.
Why? Aside from your misery, what's to lose?
(Bowen, Kara, and Gilbert enter the castle to see Einon waiting for them) Well, well, well, what a pleasant surprise. I expected you, Bowen, but with my bride-to-be as well. And with a priest to wed us.
To bury you.
(stands) Well, to bury one of us.
My humble life is indebt to your exalted prowess, your dauntless courage, and your superb, swift sword!
You have the poet's gift of exaggeration.
Oh, sir, you should read my histories.
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