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Heriot, the Magician of Hoad, is in the king's room during a diplomatic meeting with envoys from Dannorad when an assassin runs toward him with a knife. He shouts for the man to freeze and the man does. The man can't move by himself and is taken trembling out of the room. The man says he feels the magician in his head like a worm in an apple. Heriot tells himself that he had no choice by be a worm in the man's head. Lord Glass quietly tells Heriot that he might be a Hidden Warrior. Heriot is uncomfortable. The visiting envoy apologizes for the man who was attempting violence, but expresses his disgust for Heriot getting into people's heads inside the king's diplomatic room. The envoy refers to Heriot as a worm. The king defends Hariot by telling the envoy that Heriot is his...

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