Blood rush

A Power that eludes


Tarzan had come across enough chiefs who got above themselves.  Pushing the boundaries of their influence, dominating others, demanding tributes in coin and cattle.  Tarzan had settled a number of those.
But this chief was not out for himself.  He wanted to serve.  He wanted his overlord to look down on his tribe and accept their allegiance.  Blind faith.  In one this physically powerful chief craved to place his tribe’s service.

If Tarzan wanted to sort out the root cause of this crime against Omekono, his argument rested with that Mzanka.


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