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6. listopadu 2014 v 20:21 | KayJay
On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.On Kvothe's first day in Tarbean his father's lute was broken while he was robbed, and beaten by street urchins, specifically one named Pike, who Kvothe later harbors a grudge against. Kvothe, afterward, intends to go home with Seth, but instead becomes lost in the city. By the time he gets back to where the Seth's wagon was, he is gone. This leads to Kvothe's three years of begging, stealing, and simply trying to survive on the streets of Tarbean.

While in Tarbean, Kvothe struggles to find food but does eventually find a well hidden shelter where three roofs meet together above Tarbean's candleworks. The hovel also has the top of the candleworks chimney running through it, providing Kvothe with warmth throughout his stay in the city. Once Kvothe sees another child being beaten and robbed from his hiding place, but does nothing to stop it as he is afraid and does not want to give away his secret place. Later as Kote, Kvothe expresses his remorse at his inaction and describes this moment as an important point in his life that lead to the man they know today.

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