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Siege of Darkness - Part Three: Resolution - Prologue, Chapter Twelve, Worth the Troubles and Chapter Thirteen, Repairing the Damage Summary & Analysis

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In Drizzt's prologue letter he first discusses how difficult it is for him to stand by and allow Catti-brie to fight her troubles with her sword by herself. He then discusses the sense of accomplishment; it is this sense that he considers to be the ultimate ingredient in any rational being's recipe for happiness. He concludes that he must allow Catti-brie to fight her own battles, proving not only that he believes in her, but also that he respects her.

In Chapter Twelve, Errtu voices his anger toward Lolth because he is not allowed to join the fiends attacking House Oblodra. Errtu and Lolth discuss their differing views of the action around this house. While Errtu would like to be involved in the attack, his banishment does not allow him this freedom. For...

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