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Old 05-29-2012, 01:25 PM
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Originally Posted by LOC 15, A Pile of Sand
"Leaving the dream of someone who hates you, or loves you," Bair finished, "is like trying to climb from a deep pit with sheer sides."

"There is that." Amys seemed to recover her humor suddenly; she gave Melaine a sidelong glance. "That is why no dream-walker ever makes the mistake of trying to watch her husband’s dreams." Melaine stared straight ahead, face darkening. "She does not make it twice anyway," Amys added.
But in TFOH Amys took her to Rhuarc's dream, and retrieved her from it:

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Originally Posted by TFOH 5, Among the Wise Ones
The Wise Ones had some considerable mastery over their own dreams, so what had happened there – to show her the dangers, they said – had all been their doing, but it had been a shock to learn that Rhuarc saw her as a little more than a child, like his youngest daughters. And her own control had wavered for one fatal moment. After that she had been little more than a child; she still could not look at the man without remembering being given a doll for studying hard. And being as pleased with the gift as with his approval. Amys had had to come and take her away from happy play with it. Amys knowing was bad enough, but she suspected that Rhuarc remembered some of it, too....

....Amys had guided her to Rhuarc's dreams – she herself had remained only an instant, barely long enough to reveal that Rhuarc still saw her, unchanged, as the young woman he had married – and the Wise Ones had always been in the same tent before when she tried.
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