Assassin's Quest - Chapter 32, Capelin Beach, Chapter 33, The Quarry Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32, Capelin Beach, Chapter 33, The Quarry Summary

The narrator explains that the Wit is a misunderstood magic, and may be the only true communication. Fool follows Fitz to where he is washing his clothes and asks if Fitz wants him to go to Molly if anything happens to Fitz. Fitz tells Fool where Molly is, then Fool collapses. Fitz is concentrating so deeply on the prophesies of his own death, that he fails to see the importance of this behavior by Fool, and does not even wonder when the Fool does not remember the conversation.

In Chapter 33, the narrator speaks again of the ancient civilizations of the Mountains, but no record is ever found of what made the people disappear. The band follows the Skill road to a huge stone quarry. Once there, they find the body of Carrod. Nighteyes...

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