A Spell for Chameleon - Chapter 13, Rationale Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, Rationale Summary

As the chapter opens, Castle Roonga becomes more hospitable to Bink and Chameleon because they are no longer fighting to leave it. When Chameleon enters her beautiful-but-stupid phase, she finds and nearly eats a cherry bomb. Bink comes to her aid and finds her in his arms, but denies himself the pleasure of making love, as it would be immoral to take advantage of her. The cherry bombs provide him with an idea for leaving the castle and he instructs Chameleon to gather more.

Bink tells Trent of his plan to use the cherry bombs to escape from Castle Roonga, but Trent warns him that doing so will cause an uproar in the magical environment surrounding the Castle and probably cause Bink's death, as well as Chameleon's. He goes on to explains that Xanth must develop a relationship with Mundania or...

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