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The Eye of the World - Chapter 25, The Traveling People Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25, The Traveling People Summary

Perrin, Egwene and Elyas travel south for three days, with occasional appearances by Dapple, Hopper and Wind. Perrin can sense the rest of the pack is far distant. He does not dream of Ba'alzamon since joining Elyas, but in each of his dreams, there appears a wolf, sitting turned away from him as if guarding against an external presence.

On the fourth day, they come to a large stand of trees and are greeted by three mastiffs. Elyas calms the dogs and tells them there are Traveling People in the area, known as Tinkers to the Emond's Fielders. They decide to stop and spend the night with the Tinkers. Elyas and Raen, the leader of the Tinkers, know each other. They are led to Raen's camp where they are joined by Aram, his grandson, who flirts with...

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