I tried to be her loyal sword 13

I tried to be her loyal sword 13: When you think of medieval knights, you probably imagine them wearing armor and wielding swords with precision. That’s because, in a lot of ways, medieval warfare was a real step up from the typical wars we fight today. For one, armies were much smaller back then, so there was a greater chance of one person landing a decisive blow. And because there were so few firearms back then, battles tended to be fought hand-to-hand – with swords. That’s why learning how to use a sword is such an important skill nowadays.

Not only is it fun to duel someone with a sword, but it also teaches you how to think tactically and outmaneuver your opponent. If you’re interested in picking up this ancient art form, read on for our guide on how to try to be her loyal sword – even if you’re not quite ready to slay dragons!

I tried to be her loyal sword 13: I tried to be her loyal sword

I tried to be her loyal sword. I was there for her when no one else was, and I swore that I’d always be there for her. But she broke my heart, and now all I can do is watch as she moves on without me.

I know she’s happy now, and I’m sure that she wouldn’t want me to spend my life regretting what could have been. But it still hurts a lot, and it feels like the universe is conspiring against me. It doesn’t seem fair that after everything I did for her she just walked away.

I tried to be her loyal sword 13: The first few weeks

I tried to be her loyal sword. I followed her orders and did everything she wanted me to. But something was wrong. Something was off. She never smiled, never laughed. She just seemed angry all the time. And then one day, she told me to leave. I didn’t know what to do, but I knew it wasn’t right.

But even after she kicked me out, I couldn’t stop thinking about her. It felt like something was pulling me towards her, like I had to find out what was going on. So I started stalking her…

I watched as she went about her daily routine, always looking angry and resentful. But still, something kept drawing me closer and closer until finally…I found her!

We were in a dark alleyway, and for a moment I thought she was going to stab me or something. But instead, she just stared at me with those cold eyes…and then she whispered “You’re my loyal sword.”

The next few weeks

In the past few weeks, I have been trying my best to be loyal to Sarah. She has been my friend for a long time and I want to be there for her when she needs me. However, I have started to feel like she is not treating me the way that a friend should.

The first indication that something was wrong came when Sarah tried to convince me to break up with my girlfriend. At first, I thought she was just being friendly, but after thinking about it more, I realized that she really wanted me to break up with my girlfriend. She didn’t care about my feelings or what was best for me.

Later on, Sarah said some things that made me question whether or not she still considered me a friend. For example, she said that if I ever went back out with my girlfriend then she would end our friendship. This made me feel like she didn’t really care about me at all and that our relationship was just a temporary thing.

Overall, I feel like Sarah has been treating me less than kindly lately and it is affecting how well we are able to get along as friends. If things don’t start changing soon then it might be time for me to move on from her.

The last few weeks

Last week, I embarked on a new endeavor. I switched my allegiance from my usual club to the more competitive and prestigious math team. It was an extremely difficult decision, but I figured that if I wanted to get good at math, this would be the way to do it. Unfortunately, things didn’t go as planned.

At first, things were going well. The other members of the team were extremely challenging and I had to work hard in order to keep up. However, after a few weeks things started to deteriorate. The other members of the team started treating me like a third-class citizen and refusing to help me out. Suddenly, being good at math wasn’t enough – I now had to endure constant bullying and discrimination in order to succeed.

Needless to say, I’m back where I started – stuck between two incompatible clubs with no clear path forward. If only there was some way for me to switch back without appearing disloyal or giving up on my new goal…


I tried to be her loyal sword. But she was too busy being herself to appreciate me. In the end, I found myself alone and discarded, with nothing but memories of a time when we were together.

Donna Kate

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