The Warrior Heir - Study Guide Chapter Seven: Beginner Warrioring and Chapter Eight: The Apprentice Summary & Analysis

Cinda Williams Chima
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Jack and Hastings begin his training the next day. He begins by asking Jack to use his gifts to complete a simple task and when he is unable, Hastings tries another strategy, fencing with Jack until Jack begins to get agitated and his powers reveal themselves. Then he turn him to the mirror after illuminating him with a gold dust to show the star he is standing in, and tells him to shut it down. His aim is to teach Jack how to use this energy without the need for provocation first. Jack practices calling up the power and shutting it down. Hastings tells him that with the proper training, he would be impressive.

Jack and Hastings continue to practice and Jack begins to master two handed play. Hastings also has...

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