The Black Cauldron - Chapters 3-4, Adaon, and In The Shadow of Dark Gate Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3-4, Adaon, and In The Shadow of Dark Gate Summary

Taran has been put under the leadership of Adaon and as they ride towards Dark Gate, he gets to know him better. Adaon seems to be a wise and friendly man, and Taran soon decides he likes him. Adaon tells him that in his dreams he has seen grief for Taran and a dark beast tormenting Ellidyr. He says that his dreams always come true.

As they are travelling along a narrow trail, Ellidyr pushes ahead, insulting Taran. Taran is annoyed and tries to push back ahead, but his horse slips down the slope. Ellidyr saves him, and Taran tries to thank him, but Ellidyr is not interested in making up.

Doli goes invisible and brings them news that the Huntsmen of Annuvin are around...

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