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The Colour of Magic - Chapter 1: The Colour of Magic, pp. 61-63 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1: The Colour of Magic, pp. 61-63 Summary

Rincewind concludes his recounting of his and Twoflower's adventures in Ankh-Morpork. Bravd is puzzled as to why Twoflower would consider himself to be poor, especially in light of all the gold rhinu he carries. Rincewind explains that gold has its own sort of magical field or echo-gnomics. Bravd and Weasel bid the travelers farewell and head toward Ankh.

As the swordsmen depart, they discuss whether Rincewind is insane. Weasel shows Bravd the gold watch he has stolen from Twoflower. The watch pops open at Weasel's touch and a small demon tells him the time. Weasel hurls the watch into the wilderness and it breaks, sending the demon back to its home dimension. Upon questioning by Bravd, Weasel claims he did nothing and the two men head off for Ankh.

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