Crossfire's Sacrifice

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Crossfire's Sacrifice is a long poem concerning Crossfire's coterie and how they helped Queen Vision to win a crucial battle.

A fragment of the poem as recited by Fitz goes:

Burnt Crossfire led, and those around - were like him, not of body sound, but strong of heart. And true of soul. And herein let me count their roll - for you. 'Twas Hist the halt, and Cleave the blind, and Kevin of the wandering mind, hare-lipped Joiner, Sever was deaf, and Porter, who the foe men left - for dead, without his hands or eyes. And if you think you would despise such ones as these, then let me say...