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Reaper Man Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 211-245 Summary

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Bill Door hires Ned Simnel to destroy his scythe, insisting that the job must be done before nightfall. Once Bill Door is out of sight, Ned attempts to hit the scythe with his spanner, only to have his tool cut in two before it even impacts the blade.

Elsewhere, Mrs. Cake prepares a séance and is soon in contact with One-Man-Bucket. One-Man-Bucket is reluctant to share what he knows, but is willing to answer a series of yes-no questions. Windle quickly determines, with One-Man-Bucket's help, that the snowglobes are actually eggs which hatch into something bearing wheels. One-Man-Bucket suggests that they are, in fact, "city eggs."

Archchancellor Ridcully, arming himself with a staff, notes the appearance of yet another wire-basket trolley, but doesn't think much of it. Now ready for battle, the wizards are disappointed to discover that the other compost heaps still inactive...

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