Law of Surprise - Andrzej Sapkowski

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A custom as old as humanity itself, is the price a man who saves another can demand of the saved. It is a request for something which neither the saviour nor the saved knows the nature of until the saved man returns home. Typically this ends up being a child conceived and, or born while the father was away.

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weesin 5 years, 2 months ago
The last sentence is awkwardly worded and contains punctuation errors

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