is seen merely as a temporary means to an end; when a person is loyal only
until he gets what he was after, trust does not exist. Under those
circumstances what substitutes for trust and loyalty is established by
fear of certain and severe repercussions.
Tales” is a story of a dark stratum of society where no one can be
trusted, only kept in line; there aren’t any laws yet there are penalties,
repercussions. And with the escape of the story’s antihero from prison the
penalty for betrayal is to be meted out. Swiftly and violently.
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