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The Golden Fool Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter VI, Obliteration; Chapter VII, Lessons; Chapter VIII, Ambitions Summary

Robin Hobb
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Chapter VI, Obliteration; Chapter VII, Lessons; Chapter VIII, Ambitions Summary

In Chapter VI, Obliteration, Tom overhears Lord Golden talking with Laurel, the servant who had ben rude to the Narcheska and Peottre. Laurel asks Golden to relay the message to Tom to meet her at the horse stables at noon that day. After she leaves, Tom comes in and tells Golden he overheard Laurel. He leaves and meets Laurel. She tells him the Piebalds know who she is and where she lives. She is twice a traitor to them. They consider her Old Blood or Witted. She serves the Farseer regime, thus the Piebalds will kill her. Laurel says Laudwine, the Piebald leader, has recovered from his arm being chopped off by Fitz. Many Old Blood leave the Piebalds and return to their traditional ways. The Queen wants to help the...

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