Spanish gold century gun, widely used by Spanish thirds, during the wars of invasion of King Carlos III. This special edition of Rawblade, has a device, adapted to use fulminantes.
In a place in La Mancha, whose name I don’t want to remember, I don’t have much time that a gentleman of the spearmen in the shipyard, old adarga, skinny rock and greyhound runner lived.
A pot of something more cow than ram, splashed the most nights, duels and breaks on Saturdays, lantejas on Fridays, some palomino of additive on Sundays, consuming the three parts of his farm.
The rest of it concluded sayo de velarte, hairy tights for the holidays, with their slippery of the mesmo, and the days of weekdays were honored with their finest vellorí.
It was at home a mistress who passed from the forties, and a niece who did not reach the age of twenty, and a boy of field and square, who thus saddled the rock as he took the pruner.
The age of our gentleman was fifty years old; It was of hard complexion, dry of meats, thin of face, great early riser and friend of the hunt.
They mean that he had the nickname of Quijada, or Quesada, that in this there is some difference in the authors who give this written case; although by credible conjectures it is understood that it was called Quijana.
But this matters little to our story: it is enough that the narrative does not leave a point of truth.