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“I had no gift of the dromonde to read the future like an open book.”
“My Prince of Travellers earned his silver telling fortunes to drunken nobles, using the gift of the dromonde; but also selling information and trading favors, and, more pragmatically, running a livery stable and lodging-house.”
“Joscelin had been there, when Hyacinthe took on the doom that should have been mine, using the dromonde to trump the offering of my wits and consecrate himself to eternal exile.”
“It was there that Hyacinthe had grown from a half-breed street urchin to a young man with a thriving trade in information, a livery stable and a boarding-house, the self-styled Prince of Travellers who wielded the gift of the dromonde in earnest, my one true friend.”
“He had committed an act that was vrajna when he used the dromonde on my behalf, that gift of sight he had from his mother to part the veils of past and future.”
“In the old days, he would never speak the dromonde on my behalf.”
“I had answered it too, but Hyacinthe had used the dromonde, the Tsingano gift of sight, and his answer went deeper than I could follow.”
“Of Hyacinthe — of his quick grin and his irrepressible charm, of his knack with horses and his gift of the dromonde — of Hyacinthe, the poets do not sing.”
“Hyacinthe had the dromonde, and his mother before him.”
“It is forbidden, among the Tsingani, for men to wield the dromonde.”
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