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The Eye of the World - Chapter 17, Watchers and Hunters Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 17, Watchers and Hunters Summary

Rand leaves Nynaeve and heads for the common room, in need of hearing laughter. Thom is performing again, and he finds a seat next to Perrin and Mat to listen to the tale. Then Thom begins playing his flute and the boys join in the dancing. Everyone is laughing except for one man with a scar seated by the fireplace. Rand keeps noticing the man, who seems to be watching him. Then he forgets the man as he finds himself dancing with Nynaeve, Moiraine and Egwene in turn.

Once Thom puts his flute away and the crowd begins to disperse, Mat tells Rand about the man with a scar. Lan saw the man as well and says he is a spy for the Whitecloaks. Rand asks how early they will be leaving and is told it will...

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