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12-16-2008 @ 12:04AM
An interesting way of looking at this is to say that the Blacksmith broke the verbal agreement ( it's a stretch).It could be argued that the Blacksmith went into a verbal agreement with the buyer that he would provide said mace. In a way he is advertising that he can make this mace for the customer.By not being able to provide the mace he is not holding up his end of the bargain and is therefor in the wrong.
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