The sentry won't let any fleeing prisoner slip through his grasp. He received his orders to do away with potentially rebellious inmates from Pain, the god of Tartas, himself. Once the sentry indentifies someone foolish enough to resist their imprisonment, he moves them to a special dungeon. He firmly believes that those who question must be punished and waits patiently for the next dissonant to show his face.
1. a soldier stationed at a place to stand guard and prevent the passage of unauthorized persons, watch for fires, etc., especially a sentinel stationed at a pass, gate, opening in a defense work, or the like.
2. a member of a guard or watch.
1605–15; short for sentrinel, variant of sentinel
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