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One of his pocket watches was worn by King [[Gregory III]], and it helped protect the king from the wild [[chalkling]]s he discovered.
 
One of his pocket watches was worn by King [[Gregory III]], and it helped protect the king from the wild [[chalkling]]s he discovered.
 
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|It is odd, then, that something man-made should have played such an important part in the discovery of Rithmatics. If His Majesty hadn’t been carrying one of Master Freudland’s new-style pocket watches, perhaps none of this would have ever occurred, and man might have fallen to the wild chalklings.
 
| A quote from the journal of [[Adam Makings]]
 
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== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
 
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