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【书籍搬运】Thief of Virtue 贞操盗贼

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原文作者: 匿名
原文地址: http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Skyrim:Thief_of_Virtue


让我来讲述一下一个贞操盗贼的传说。在落锤行省的一个叫做苏茨(Sutch)的城市里住着一个富有的男爵。他是一个著名的稀有硬币收藏家。男爵夫人维罗妮卡(Veronique)觉得收集硬币很乏味无聊。不过她很喜欢男爵的财富带来的生活方式。 Ravius Terinus是个著名的小偷。他宣称自己是神秘的盗贼工会的盗贼大师。不过这听起来更像自吹自擂。最后一个为人所知的盗贼工会在450多年前已经被摧毁了。 Ravius觉得男爵应该把他的财富拿出来分享。特别是该和他Ravius分享。一天晚上老谋深算的小偷悄悄潜入了男爵的城堡,准备实施他的计划。男爵的城堡以其高不可攀闻名。Ravius很聪明的用穿透箭带着绳索射进城垛上部。上了城垛后他必须躲避男爵的守卫。为了不被发现,他躲在城垛口的阴影里。 进入要塞对于一个有才干的小偷来说就像小孩的游戏。不过男爵的领地大门由一个巧妙的、不少于13个齿的锁保护着。Ravius只用了9个撬锁器就打开了它。用了一个叉子、一些绳子和一个葡萄酒囊,他破了7个守护着男爵硬币收藏品的陷阱。确实,Ravius是小偷中的大师。 把钱币安全的收起来后,Ravius发现逃出去的路被封住了。男爵发现了被撬开的门并叫来了守卫快速搜索城堡。在守卫的紧逼之下,Ravius逃向城堡深处。 他唯一的出路只有男爵夫人维罗妮卡(Veronique)的房间。他进去的时候,男爵夫人正要上床睡觉。到这里必须提到Ravius以英俊闻名,而男爵夫人则以丑闻名。基于这些事实,他俩立刻就认出了对方。
“你要夺取我的贞操吗?”男爵夫人颤抖的问。
“不是,美丽的女士”Ravius说,并且快速的思考对策。“没人会忍心冒犯如鲜花一样美丽的您。”(让我吐个先)

“依我看来,偷了我丈夫收藏的硬币,你恐怕很难逃走了。”

Ravius深深的注视着她的眼睛,心里很清楚如果今晚想要活着逃脱,需要做出双倍的牺牲。
“虽然这些硬币价值连城,可是我现在发现了一个无价的珍宝。”Ravius温柔的说,“告诉我哦,美丽的人儿(我吐啊吐啊就习惯了),为什么你的丈夫为了那些俗气的硬币设置了7个致命的陷阱,而为他贞洁的妻子却只在门上加了一把简单的锁?”

“因为他更在乎那些东西!”男爵夫人愤怒的回答。

“我愿付出所有,以换取与您一夕缠绵。”

说着,Radius交出了他辛苦偷来的钱币。正当男爵夫人正在他的怀抱中陶醉时,守卫队长请求搜查她的房间。她把Radius藏了起来,交出硬币,说这是盗贼在逃出窗口的时候掉下来的。 那一夜Ravius做出了巨大的牺牲,他夺取了男爵夫人的贞操,好多次,一直持续到凌晨。最后在天亮之前,他精疲力尽的,痛苦的离开了城堡。(纯爷们!!!)

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Thief of Virtue
A bawdy tale of one thief's quest for coin, and capture of a lady's virtue


Let me tell the tale of the Thief of Virtue. In the land of Hammerfell in the city of Sutch there lived a Baron who was quite wealthy. He was a noted collector of rare coins. The Baroness Veronique found the whole thing quite tedious. However, she did appreciate the lifestyle that the Baron's wealth provided.
Ravius Terinus was a noted thief. He claimed to be a master thief in the mythical guild of thieves. However, that was most likely just braggadocio. The only known Thieves Guild was wiped out over 450 years ago.
Ravius decided that the Baron should share his wealth. Specifically he should share it with Ravius. The wily thief crept into the Baron's castle one night intending to do just that.
The walls of the castle were noted for their height and unscalability. Ravius cleverly used an Arrow of Penetration to affix a rope to the top of the battlements. Once on the battlements, he had to evade the Baron's guards. By hiding in the shadows of the crenelations, he was able to work his way to the keep undetected.
Entering the keep was child's play for a thief of his caliber. However, a cunning lock with no less than 13 pins protected the private quarters of the Baron. Ravius broke only 9 lockpicks to open it. Using only a fork, a bit of string, and a wineskin, he disabled the seven traps guarding the Baron's coin collection. Truly Ravius was a master among thieves.
With the coins safely in his grasp, Ravius began his escape only to find the way blocked. The Baron had found the opened door and was raising the guard to scour the castle. Ravius fled deeper into the castle, one step ahead of the questing guards.
His only way out led through the boudoir of Baroness Veronique. He entered to find the lady preparing for bed. Now it should be said at this point that Ravius was noted for his handsome looks, while the Baroness was noted for her plainness. Both of these facts were immediately recognized by each of the pair.
"Doeest thou come to plunder my virtue?" asked the lady, all a tremble.
"Nay, fair lady," Ravius said, thinking quickly. "Plunder be a harsh term to ply upon such a delicate flower as your virtue."
"I see thou hast made off with mine husband's precious coins." Ravius looked deeply into her eyes and saw the only path by which he would escape this night with his life. It would require a double sacrifice.
"Though these coins are of rarest value, I have now found a treasure that is beyond all value," Ravius said smoothly. "Tell me, oh beauteous one, why doest thy husband set seven deadly traps around these tawdry coins, but only a simple lock upon the door of his virtuous wife?"
"Ignace protects those things that are dearest to him," Veronique replied with ire.
"I would give all the gold in my possession to spend but a moment basking in your radiance."
With that Ravius set down the coins he had worked so hard to steal. The Baroness swooned into his arms. When the captain of the guard asked to search her quarters, she hid Ravius most skillfully. She turned over the coins, claiming the thief dropped them when he fled out the window.
With that sacrifice made, Ravius steeled himself for the second. He robbed the lady Veronique of her virtue that night. He robbed her of it several times, lasting well into the wee hours of the morning. Exhausted, yet sated, he stole away in the pre-dawn hours.

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