"I haven't got that far!" Sarah snaps at him.
Sean takes a step back. "Anyways..." He continues. "Kena wasn't a military powerhouse like her neighbors, but instead a cultural one. From the great nation came many great authors, artisans, and architects, among more." He said. "Speaking of architects, their distinct building style was actually almost wiped out during the supposed "modernization" of the formerly Kenan cities, but thankfully at least Kenasa was spared. But that's a bit of a tangent." He admits. "Anyways, both Marsada and Nikidia were jealous of their culture and prestige among their near neighbors, so...they made a truce. And, in doing so, attack the borders of an unprepared Kena, who was defeated in a matter of weeks." He says sadly. "The one city that lasted the longest was this one, Kenasa. It lasted three days on its own, but it fell when attacked from both sides. However, neither wanted to give up the capital of their conquest to the other, so war between them started back up almost immediately over who would get it, and...well, you know the rest." He finished.
Sarah was silent, taking in all of what she just heard.
The soldier stumbled back, and Blud would see Jacques standing behind him, pistol aimed at Blud's head. "My my, what a way to start ze day: wiz a hostile attack in an inn we only planned on peacefully updating to ze current law. Tell me, are you a traitor or a thief?" He asked, gesturing to his hat.