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The Light Fantastic - Page 87-115 Summary & Analysis

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The druids are about to conduct a ceremony, but despite Twoflower's protests, Rincewind wants to leave and go back home. He puts on his gown and steps off the rock. Unfortunately, the rock is still high off the ground and he lands heavily, falling unconscious. He awakes to Twoflower asking how many fingers Twoflower is holding up, but Rincewind pushes him away and says all he wants to know is how to get home. Twoflower insists they stay and watch what he thinks is an ethnic ceremony. Rincewind reminds him that Druids are priests, and therefore the ceremony is likely to be rather bloody. This goes against Twoflower's idea of priests in his own world, but Rincewind points to a woman tied to a rock that the Druids are going to sacrifice.

Suddenly a hand goes across Rincewind's mouth and tells...

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