Assassin's Apprentice - Study Guide Chapter 18, Assassinations Summary & Analysis

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Burrich has disowned Fitz and the boy has little to fill his days. After several months, Chade finally summons Fitz to his hidden chambers. Chade charges Fitz with delivering food and medicine to Verity who has become very ill recently. Chade worries that Verity is using the Skill too much and notes that Galen's newly formed Coterie are useless.

One day Fitz watches over Verity as the prince sleeps. When Verity awakes, he talks to Fitz but Fitz realizes that no speech passes between them. The two have communicated through the Skill. Verity tells Fitz that the boy does possess the aptitude to Skill but that Galen has scared him from recognizing his abilities. Verity says that if he had the time he would teach Verity the Skill. Fitz offers his strength to Verity and Verity uses the Skill to drain the boy. Verity then...

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