Man of War – Excerpt No. 147

Mon Lieutenant,” Cornay began. “Is there something wrong?”

Finally, I might get some answers on what’s on their mind. Marc had to admit this was an example of the lapses in discipline he feared. How they were surrounded by his men, and the overly familiar tone his Adjudant used to address him. Marc liked to maintain the appearance of a rigid separation between the ranks in public. 

“What do you mean, Adjudant?” Marc asked.

Unlike some commanders, Marc refused to drop ranks. They worked hard to get where they are and should be recognised for their accomplishment.

Uniformed men sitting around a large table in a tavern, everyone focused on the officer at the head of the table. Clothes and background appropriate for 16th century France.

Disclaimer: This excerpt from Man of War is currently in development. There may be typos, errors, omissions, inconsistencies and so forth.


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