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Perhaps not, but we must be prepared for one, nevertheless. ” Nyctasia was in complete agreement, and had been so from the start. She had long since decided that the numbers of Rhostshyl’s warders must be augmented when the final pardons were declared, but she had spoken of this decision to no one. Instead, she had instructed certain of her courtiers to spread rumors to the contrary, so as to allow her opponents to challenge her on grounds where she was prepared to give way. The pardons would be carried out, but it wouldn’t do to have her powerful kin believe that their views held no weight with her at all.
Well, I’d not turn my back on that one, if I were you,” he advised Corson. ” “He brought it on himself! I told him that Nyc was the Rhaicime. ” “You know very well no one would take Nyc for a Rhaicime—not unless she took the trouble to play the part. I thought she was some feckless vagabond student when I first laid eyes on her. ” Corson shook her head. “The first time you saw her, you thought she was Destiver's cabin boy,” she reminded him. Destiver laughed. “I thought she was an imperial spy, or an assassin.
7 steifann had much enjoyed Corson’s account of her vengeance on ’Malkin. He’d heard more than he liked about ’Malkin over the years, and he’d been none too pleased, at first, to learn that Corson had encountered him again. But now he felt quite satisfied that this scholar would want nothing more to do with Corson, after the nasty game she’d played him. Steifann could almost feel sorry for the fellow. “Well, I’d not turn my back on that one, if I were you,” he advised Corson. ” “He brought it on himself!