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Men at Arms: A Novel of Discworld - Page 171 - 200 Summary & Analysis

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Page 171 - 200 Summary

This section starts with Vimes considering the reports coming from in his officers about the investigations, and his latest find on the roof of the Old Opera House. He has held in his hands what seems to be a series of six cylinders affixed together. The reports from Cuddy the Dwarf and from sergeant Colon both refer to their recent finds at the respective Guild Houses: that the people at the Fool's Guild seems to believe that Beano was killed by an Assassin and that they should 'find his real nose' and also that Beano was sent after he had died in the river. The report from Cuddy refers to the inventor of gunpowder, Leonardo da Quirm, and how the Alchemists know that the mathematical formula that Vimes' found was one of Leonardo's own workings.

Attempting to put this together, Vimes'...

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