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“When you saw me,” Mat explained, “with a dagger in hand-as if to throw at you-you didn’t call for your guards. You didn’t fear I was here to kill you. 57 more words

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““It has been quite a weight, hasn’t it?” Tam asked.
“What weight?” Rand replied.
“That lost hand you’ve been carrying.”
Rand looked down at his stump. 25 more words

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“Any swordsman could tell who was the better as they fought. Or, at least, they could tell who had the advantage. Tam had it here. Rand was younger and stronger, but Tam was just so solid.” 17 more words

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“He never let them know how tired he felt, inside. His body was worn, like a millstone that had worked for generations. He was still tough enough to do his job, and he would, but Light, he felt tired sometimes. 28 more words

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“Father,” Rand said warningly as his father picked up another sparring sword. “This is not a good idea.”
“I’ve heard you became quite the swordsman,” Tam said, taking a few swipes with the practice sword to test its balance. 32 more words

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“The key to leadership is in the rippling waves. You could not find stillness on a body of water if there was turmoil underneath. Likewise, you could not find peace and focus unless the leader himself had peace within.” 17 more words

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“Tam shook his head, slipping the blade back into the sheath. “It will just end up in a trunk, forgotten like the last one. I should never have brought that thing home. 95 more words

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