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Siege of Darkness - Part Five: Old Kings and Old Queens - Prologue, Chapter Twenty-Three, Pockets of Power and Chapter Twenty-Four, Fiery Fury Summary & Analysis

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Part Five: Old Kings and Old Queens - Prologue, Chapter Twenty-Three, Pockets of Power and Chapter Twenty-Four, Fiery Fury Summary

In his prologue to this final part of the novel, Drizzt discusses the lack of cohesion and compassion for their fellow soldiers among the drow armies. These forces, he explains, are interested only in their own personal advancement. They are not interested in protecting or honoring their fellow man. Drizzt indicates it is this weakness in the drow forces that the dwarfs of Mithral Hall hope to use against them.

In Chapter Twenty-Three, Bidderdoo is overwhelmed by the massacre he experiences as the Pwent's dwarfs battle the kobolds. Bidderdoo tries to assist in the battle by enacting a spell on the kobolds. One kobold rushes toward him and out of instinct...

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