The Last Continent: A Discworld Novel - The Last Planet, pp. 82-122 Summary & Analysis

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The Last Planet, pp. 82-122 Summary

Scrappy informs Rincewind that this continent is made 30,000 years ago but appears over a million. It is glued together differently from the rest of Discworld. Rincewind's coming has altered the past and he must find the key to fixing things. Looking again at the wall paintings, Rincewind clearly makes out UU wizards (called Pointy-Heads locally), although UU had not existed 30,000 years ago. Ocher hand prints superimposed on some figures seem to be holding them in the rock. Rincewind is aghast to see The Luggage depicted, but Scrappy declares that it belongs. There are places here where several things occur at the same time, as Rincewind will learn on his journey. Having already saved this continent, he must do so again, relying entirely on his native wit without weapons or charms. He will know that he has succeeded when The...

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