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The Colour of Magic - Chapter 2: The Sending of Eight, pp. 84-102 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2: The Sending of Eight, pp. 84-102 Summary

Hrun creeps along the corridor of the Temple of Bel-Shamharoth. While traveling through the forest, Hrun spots the Luggage and all the gold inside it. He spends several hours following the Luggage through the forest and now into the temple. Hrun wears nothing but a leopardskin loincloth and some pieces of gold jewelry. He carries Kring, a magical black sword he stole from a palace.

Fascinated by the temple's architecture, Twoflower wanders through the building with his black picture box around his neck. The floors are covered in eight-sided tiles and the walls are angled to give the corridors eight sides. The picture imp says the temple is weird, which Twoflower finds odd for him to say, as the imp is a demon. The demon implies that the place is evil...

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