A Spell for Chameleon - Chapter 12, Chameleon Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12, Chameleon Summary

Bink, Fanchon, and Trent enjoy a respite from danger, but discover that they are in a precarious position. Having been exiled, Bink and Trent will be killed if discovered in Xanth. As such, Trent cannot use magic to help them travel anywhere else because it will draw attention. Fanchon simply remains ugly. Although they discover that they are near Humphrey's castle, the magician would be compelled to turn them over to the King if they appealed to him for help.

In the forest, they come upon an animal known as a magic sniffer. When the animal reacts to Fanchon, Bink realizes he does not know much about her or her magic. The animal reacts strongly to both Trent and Bink. As night falls, it becomes obvious that the forest itself seems to be guiding them forward. Soon they take shelter in...

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