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I shall know better next time. Bless you, whatever put that idea into your head?

At home, that is. A rhinu, you say? I can see I have a lot to learn. Hardly enough to keep a man alive for more than a month or two.

Hrun the Barbarian, and Bravd the Hublander and the Weasel The space between his shoulder blades began to itch. As a student wizard Rincewind had never achieved high marks in precognition, but now unused circuits in his brain were throbbing and the kouze, might as well have been engraved in bright colours on his eyeballs. And in the Broken Drum Rincewind was listening open-mouthed as Twoflower talked.

Doubtless you have many projects you wish to return to- some works of high magic, no doubt I think I could afford to pay you a rhinu a day.

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Is everyone in the Agatean Empire as rich as you? Plus any out-of-pocket expenses, of course. Now’s the time to stop hanging around the docks listening to sailors’ tales. Twoflower, I thought, it’s now or never. Rincewind didn’t get a chance to see it properly.

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And then perhaps you would care to call back at noon and we can take a look at the city. Rincewind snarled at him. I imagine they might stretch a bit further here. The sensible thing to do, he knew, was to buy a horse.

– Terry Pratchett a jeho Zeměplocha – Knihy – Ukázka z knihy Barva kouzel

It would have to be a fast one, and expensive – offhand, Rincewind couldn’t think of any horse-dealer he knew who was rich enough to give change out of almost a whole ounce of gold. What have I got that’s worth stealing? You don’t just have to listen to stories. I mean, here I am. But what would happen to Twoflower, all alone in a city where even the cockroaches had an unerring instinct for gold?

It was a long crossing. That would be the sensible thing. Famed in song and story, I mean. You can go there. In the streets that have known the tread of Hemic Whiteblade. Did I pay the innkeeper too much, do you think?


Rincewind would you perhaps consent to be employed as a, I don’t know, perhaps the word “guide” would fit the circumstances? So I compiled a phrase book and bought a passage on the next ship to the Brown Islands. But worth every half-rhinu. Twoflower had insisted on paying his first four days’ wages in advance.

He might have settled for less,” Rincewind conceded. It’s all just like I imagined, you know. Then the wizard looked down at the six big coins in his hand.

After a few seconds the luggage got up and pattered across the floor after them. A man would have to be a real heel to leave him. Hugh nodded and smiled encouragingly. And then, of course, the other five coins would help him set up a useful practice at some safe distance, say two hundred miles.

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