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Ronan the Slayer of Virginity


A new hit song has been spreading like wildfire through Bodkin and beyond.

First written and performed by Wilgold the Red Halfling Bard, more and more bards began to pick up the tune and carry it all over the island, much in a similar style to how Wilgolds more famous song got around. This one, however, while sung to a similarly jaunty tune, portrays a very different message.

Ronan, in the song, is painted not quiet as a womanizer, but definitely as someone who enjoys the company of women. Perhaps too much, as the song progresses. More and more the lyrics paint him as being too much man for any one (or ten) women to contain or even hold onto for long. Eventually, the song tells of him filling the whole island with his offspring, of which there is certainly too much for any man to support, should he even try. It also points out that while almost any woman can hold certain parts of his anatomy, his heart already belongs to someone who apparently guards it jealously, thus ensuring that he can never truly love anyone else.

The song carries a lighthearted tune, and though the description of the lyrics might sound malicious, very few can listen to it without grinning at the absurdity of the obvious exaggerations, particularly the line about how his "Endowment can satisfy any woman, sometimes for days and days," though quite a few women might look at him slightly differently upon hearing the song.

Last edited by Tuckerr99, 2/9/2013, 3:02 am


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Re: Ronan the Slayer of Virginity


Ronan has himself walked in on a few renditions of the song, and usually responds by dancing a merry jig, and buying the bard a drink. However it was intended, whatever it's impact on his reputation, the lusty highlander treats its exaggerations as high praise.

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