1. Why did the witch tell the priest of the Pantathian serpent people to stop making signs? What stopped the serpent person from continuing?
The witch told the priest of the Pantathian serpent people to stop making signs and casting magic lest it disrupt or cant her reading. The thing that stopped the serpent-priest from continuing was a gentle touch and a smile from the central figure.
2. Why did the old witch gasp at the sight of the central figure when he removed his cloak?
The old witch gasped at the sight of the central figure when he removed his bear skin cloak as he was the most striking Moredhel that she had ever seen. His powerfully muscled body and looks were almost frightening in their near perfect beauty.
3. What did the Moredhel command the people he was with to do following the witch's reading?
In response to the witch's reading, he told one of the serpent people, Cathos, to employ his arcane skills and give a name to his enemy and where he lies. He told his general, Murad the mute, to raise the standards and gather the loyal clans on the plains of Isbandia and that he shall be the battlemaster.
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