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“Recite it, child, and imprint it on your heart, mind, and soul,” Solen said gravely.
 
“Recite it, child, and imprint it on your heart, mind, and soul,” Solen said gravely.
[[File:Glorious_youth_of_solen.jpg|thumb|right|400px|Solen in his youth.  Axio takes strongly after his grandfather.]]
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Cavria looked up and opened her eyes.  The light from above was directed by mirrors, so the spot she was sitting in was brighter than it should have been, but she didn’t flinch.  “Through the bare honesty of my soul, do I know Ryaire’s sacred protection.  In the unhidden truth of me, there shall sit Ryaire’s trust and my faith.”
 
Cavria looked up and opened her eyes.  The light from above was directed by mirrors, so the spot she was sitting in was brighter than it should have been, but she didn’t flinch.  “Through the bare honesty of my soul, do I know Ryaire’s sacred protection.  In the unhidden truth of me, there shall sit Ryaire’s trust and my faith.”
  

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