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Page 54-101 Summary

The Tezuman Empire is known for its craftsmanship, feathers and jade and mass human sacrifices in honor of Quezovercoatl, the Feathered Boa, god of mass human sacrifices. The Tezuman invent the wheel but have very different ideas of how the wheel is supposed to work. As a chariot of the Tezuman approaches, Rincewind finds it odd that it is pulled by llamas and where the wheels should have been there is a man at each axle running. To further Rincewind's surprise, the Tezuman seem to be glad to see him and Eric and they bow. The parrot has climbed to Rincewind's shoulder and is threatening loss of fingers if Rincewind tries to swat the bird away.

Due to language barriers it takes the Tezuman some time to convince Eric and Rincewind to come with them to the pyramid in their city...

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