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Siege of Darkness Themes

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Facing One's Demons

Characters in the novel, Catti-Brie in particular, are both figuratively and literally called upon to face their demons. Catti-Brie's demons include her enchanted sword as well as Berkthgar and the memory of her dead fiancé. Catti-Brie's sword wants to be carried by the best warrior alive. The sword considers this warrior to be Drizzt. When unable to convince Catti-Brie to kill Drizzt, the sword possesses Catti-Brie in an attempt to make Drizzt understand its desires. Catti-Brie spends several days alone with her sword, conquering its strong will. In the end, she is victorious over her sword.

Another battle Catti-Brie must fight is a battle to win the right to have possession of Aegis-fang, the war hammer belonging to her deceased fiancé. Berkthgar the Bold, the new leader of Settlestone, believes possession of this hammer should pass to him. In order for Catti-Brie to earn the right...

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