History of The Dark Hedges in Ireland re-imagined
The Red Witch’s Dragon
Smoke of the burning ships drifted across the hills.
They had come.
The warriors from the north and east to the verdant land. Of the people, even the Green Wizard had summed up his advice in one word.
Even the Green Wizard had told the younger, more volatile Red Wizard of the west to leave the area. They could return to the land after the raiders had left.
The Red Witch and Wizard taught the artisans the ways to perform their own brand of magic on ingots of gold, silver, copper and other metals. As they traded for and wide for the raw materials that they brought back to the village, both the husband and wife of the mountain felt they owed the village the best protection they could do.
“The best protection, my son, is to lead them to safety.”
Safety from the Dubh-Gall. Ferocious warriors that…
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