It s the gift of Sultan Alaaddin who used to sit on that throne many years ago to my father. Why are you giving me our Sultan’s valuable gift? The value of that gift can not be measured with the jewels on it. It can only be measured with the greatness of this state that was built by Sultan Alaaddin. I wanted you to keep it. Keep it, so you will always remember the greatness of your state. Governor Yargucu.So the self-ordained Osman,
who is called Gokboru by Togay is you.
It won’t end up good since Governor Yargucu got in the room without asking for an allowance, Boran.Be ready. Brother… If we can t kill ten men, may the honour of being an Alp be taken from us.Yes, brother. Governor Yargucu, you honored us with your presence.I have things to ask Osman Bey.You promised Togay that you would make peace but then killed my messenger.Do you know what it will cost, Osman Bey?I want to know everything about this, Osman Bey.That snake who was in disguise of a messenger attempted to kill me with a dagger.
You are lying!My Sultan, in my opinion
Togay was defeated by his anger and killed that messenger who was sent back from our tribe.Togay is not that far away, go and ask him.I protected my tent s honour and my life as a Bey.I should’ve killed him but I spared his life.It’s not my issue now.Did my messenger attempt to kill you because he heard that he won’t be getting the gold?My Sultan, as you know, we don’t kill messengers.What about the tax?Do you want me to come and shed your blood and then take it, Osman Bey?…you rebel and don’t pay your tax, killing you and taking your goods will be my duty, know that, Osman Bey.
Don’t you make an opposite decision.
I don’t want to shed the blood of a noble Bey who is from my family.I told what needed to be told to Osman Bey. Do you want to say something, Governor Yargucu?*Maybe the right thing is to kill the Gokboru here, before he attempts to kill my soldiers with his teeth.Crushing the head of Gokboru when it’s still small, or not..Geyhatus decision is known, Governor Yargucu.First the gold of tax, then the order.