Summary:Oathbringer/Chapter 14

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Chapter 14: Squires Can't Capture
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Oathbringer Summary
Follows Chapter 13: Chaperone
Precedes Chapter 15: Brightness Radiant
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Viewpoint Kaladin
Word Count 953

Epigraph[edit]

In this record, I hold nothing back. I will try not to shy away from difficult topics, or paint myself in a dishonestly heroic light.
—From Oathbringer, preface

Plot Summary[edit]

Kaladin has found some Parshmen and creeps up to the camp, past a single guard, expecting monstrous Voidbringers. Instead he finds them trying to play cards. Their eyes are not red and they have only limited carapace armor. Some are attempting to light a fire under a tarp. Some eat soggy, raw grain from the stolen sacks. Kaladin realizes that their pathetic state is the humans' fault. Suddenly, one calls the alarm as a yellow ribbon of light streaks by. They grab various primitive weapons but are obviously not trained to use them. Kaladin decides to simply surrender.

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Setting[edit]

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A parshmen camp in the countryside of Alethkar, during the end of Weeping.

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