Okay, like picture Oreius deciding that the boys need cross training. Not just swordplay, battle tactics, and cardio, but legit military-style, crawl-around-in-the-mud-and-filth cross training.

Of course he makes them run up the east turret when they’re late for training (one level for each minute past sixth hour), and strength training is an integral part of any well-rounded fitness regimen, but what about environmental conditioning? Imagine Oreius dragging Peter and Ed out in the middle of a storm so that they can adjust to the rain in their eyes and the slippery terrain beneath their feet. Imagine a steeple chase course and breath-holding exercises. Imagine 2 am wake-up calls for an elaborately planned combat simulation. 

Imagine Oreius making the boys carry each other up the southern shoreline.

The boys grumble and moan and whine. They are tired, they are sore, and sometimes, they are frustrated. Oreius pushes them just past that point when they believe they have nothing left, so that when they are on the field of battle, they know how to dig deep, to find strength where there is none and to give their all for Narnia and for Aslan. 

It’s a hard lesson, but it’s worth it. 

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I’ve been working on these pieces for the past 3 week and gosh am I proud of myself for finishing all three of them. 
Been going back through the older Persona games and rekindling that love I had for them way back in the day. (P5 doesn’t count all that much but I still love it to bits) What a ride it’s been.
Please don’t use without permission, thank you! 

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