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The four friends arrive in a pine forest and decide to camp for the night. Rincewind worries about the rumors he heard about trolls eating people, but Cohen says that is a fallacy and that trolls have problems digesting humans. As the other set up a fire, Rincewind goes in search of some onions to go with the horse jerky they have. Not knowing where to find onions, he asks the forest where they are. Something tells him there are some growing by a yew tree, and Rincewind asks if it is a tree talking. The voice says trees cannot talk and that he is a rock. Rincewind thinks the rock is probably a troll because trolls turn to rock during daylight hours. As the last of the daylight disappears, Rincewind realizes he is surrounded by a great deal of talking...

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