Eragon: Inheritance Book One - Master of the Blade Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paolini
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Master of the Blade Summary

The next day, Eragon and Brom discuss Eragon's scrying of the young woman in the cell. Brom suggests that it is unusual to be able to scry through a dream and not real experience, and Eragon betrays his eagerness to find the comely young woman by searching in all the prisons or dungeons in the towns they come to.

Brom continues to put Eragon through rigorous testing, even though the young man must use his left hand because of his broken wrist. As they train daily, Eragon grows more skillful than Brom. He is able to execute complex moves with his blade Zar'roc and defeat Brom. Brom realizes that when it comes to the sword, he has nothing more to teach Eragon.

Brom warns Eragon that if he ever has to fight an elf that elves are...

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