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Equal Rites, pgs. 95-120 Summary

With a philosophic sigh, Esk sets about exploring Zemphis. Not wanting to return to the barge for her staff or have it wreak havoc, Esk wants the world to change how it works so the staff can simply appear in her hand. Anyone trained in wizardry would know this is impossible, because one must obey the laws of physics, passing through the alphabet from A to Z, not jumping directly. Esk is untrained, so she has an advantage. Her efforts to move the staff change Discworld in tiny ways, few noticeable. Reality then rebounds like a sloshing pond causing more changes and tiny whirlpools in the fabric of existence. Esk is just happy to have the staff drop out of thin air. Since it is rather distinctive, Esk disguises it as a broom.

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