Wallace and John Franklin primed their cheap, borrowed English muskets as John Franklin’s grandfather, Red-hand, issued new battle-plans.
“You two will go with separate parties to ambush the warriors tracking you. Hit them from both sides and then quickly return. Do not go to Snodon and do not chase them when they run. We have what we want, so we will leave after persuading them that following us is unhealthy.”
Red-hand turned to Sidmouth and said, “If you were older, you could also go.”
Sidmouth look into Red-hand’s eyes and said, “I don’t like killing. I’ll stay here with you.”