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She shivered because emotions rushed in. You can’t. Then she raised her chin slightly. Let me know what I forgot. Or tell me why I forgot. Murtagh smiled a proud smile. I’m glad, he said and kissed her on the forehead. He took her wineglass and handed the two to the maid. Then he took her hand, closed his eyes, lowered his head. Instantly, she sensed his presence in her thoughts. She knows: not him. It can’t be him. She was angry at being deceived and lost things she could never have. LIVE LIKE SOMEONE LEFT THE GATE OPEN COWS CANVAS. She pulled her right hand from Murtagh’s, grabbed the dagger and stabbed him. She shouted: In El-harím, in El-harim there is a man with yellow eyes. He said to me, Be careful of whispers, because they whisper lies. Murtagh looked at her with curiosity then he disappeared. Everything around her was the lattice fence, the courtyard, the mansion, the hill with the vineyards disappeared. She found herself floating in a space of color and sound. She tried to continue to pray, but she couldn’t speak. She couldn’t hear her heartbeat. Then she felt the twisting of darkness, and. She was startled to put her hands and knees down. Sharp rocks scratched her palm. She blinked to adjust to the light. She stood up and looked around. Fog. Coils of smoke flying over a bare field were very much like a Field of Fire.
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She was once again dressed in the tattered prison outfit. Bare feet. Something was roaring behind her. She turned to see a Kull taller than 3 feet running, holding a iron pestle with her body. Another roar came from the left. The second Kull appeared with the four smaller Urgals. Then, silhouettes of hunchbacks in robes appeared in the veil. They ran to her, screamed and raised swords as thin as rice leaves. Although she had never seen them before, she knew for sure it was Ra’zac. She laughed again. Now Galbatorix was about to punish her. She ignored the approaching enemies. She knew she couldn’t kill or escaped. She sat cross-legged on the ground and began humming a dwarven tune. If Murtagh did not warn her, Galbatorix’s intentions to deceive her would have been successful. To keep Galbatorix’s help a secret, she feigns ignorance that Galbatorix created other real spaces. But no matter what she saw or felt, she couldn’t let the king make her think of things she shouldn’t think and worse, swear loyalty to him. It is not always easy to escape from his control. But she still maintains the way of thinking and speaking.
Thanks to that, she was able to interrupt the king’s plan. The first illusion is that another woman, named Rialla, has arrived in the Prophet’s Chamber. She is her inmate. The woman said she secretly married a Varden spy at Urû’baen. She was arrested while helping him deliver the news. Apparently a week later, Rialla tried to please Nasuada, convincing her that the Varden’s plan was over. They have no reason to fight. LIVE LIKE SOMEONE LEFT THE GATE OPEN COWS CANVAS. They’d best listen to Galbatorix. At first, Nasuada didn’t know Rialla was an illusion. She thought Galbatorix distorted this wording or woman’s identity. Or if he interfered with her own feelings, she would be easily drawn to Rialla’s words. Day by day, Murtagh did not visit or contact her. She feared that he had left her. She was more angry than she wanted to admit. Every second of every minute she thought about it. Then she began to wonder why Galbatorix hadn’t come to torture her. Suddenly she thought, if really a week had passed, then the Varden and the fairy had already attacked Urû’baen. And if this happens, Galbatorix will definitely mention it in glee.
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Moreover, Rialla’s behavior is a bit unusual. Combined with the fact that she remembered when she did not, Galbatorix did not torture her, Murtagh continued to be silent, as she did not believe he dared to break his promise to her that Rialla was only a ghost and less than a week had passed. She shivered when she realized that Galbatorix had mistaken her for the days that had passed. Reluctantly, she accepted the idea. Her sense of time had not been sharp since her imprisonment, but she still had a general approximation. If she lost the concept of time, she would become even more dependent on Galbatorix. Up to this point, she was determined to resist the temptation of Galbatorix, no matter how long passed. If you can serve a hundred years, then you will endure it for a hundred years. When she was immune to Rialla’s whispers, she actually said that the woman was a coward and her traitor was taken away. Galbatorix played into another game.