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Raoden and Galladon explore a tower that gives access to the top of the Elantrian wall. Galladon comments on how much time Raoden spends with Sarene, and Raoden explains that she is his wife, though he hasn't shared that fact with her yet. They locate the missing city guards at Telrii's mansion and puzzle about their presence there.
 
Raoden and Galladon explore a tower that gives access to the top of the Elantrian wall. Galladon comments on how much time Raoden spends with Sarene, and Raoden explains that she is his wife, though he hasn't shared that fact with her yet. They locate the missing city guards at Telrii's mansion and puzzle about their presence there.
   
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Spirit and Galladon go to press Sarene, who is studying in the library, for information about events in Kae. Sarene seems unchanged from when she arrived in Elantris, and states her aches don't persist like they do in other Elantrians. Sarene isn't able to draw Aons, so she spends time reading about political theory instead. Sarene shows a book, written by [[Seor]], to Spirit containing an original version of the poem [[Wyrn the King]] which debunks the current Derethi teaching that Jaddeth predates [[Shu-Keseg]]. The poem shows that Jaddeth was really a minor god who cared for the rocks beneath the earth.
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Spirit and Galladon go to press Sarene, who is studying in the library, for information about events in Kae. Sarene seems unchanged from when she arrived in Elantris, and states her aches don't persist like they do in other Elantrians. Sarene isn't able to draw Aons, so she spends time reading about political theory instead. Sarene shows a book, written by [[Seor]], to Spirit containing an original version of the poem [[Wyrn the King]] which debunks the current Derethi teaching that Jaddeth predates [[Shu-Keseg]] as propaganda; whereas, he was really a minor god who cared for the rocks beneath the earth.
   
 
Spirit presses for information on current events, and Sarene complies, starting with Iadon's suicide, startling Spirit.
 
Spirit presses for information on current events, and Sarene complies, starting with Iadon's suicide, startling Spirit.

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