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  • “We respect you, Bilik oberyin, and we want to understand your ways.”

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  • More than anything, I wanted to become an oberyin, to enter the closed teachings, but when I was old enough for the judging and the choosing, our own oberyin, Bilik, said that my pride had made me an unfit vessel, ready to shatter and spill the precious teachings.

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  • Wherever our vistors come from, might be their own oberyin brought them word of our great blessing.

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  • That oberyin, Bilik, the one she used to have some kind of understanding with.

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  • Bilik oberyin came before us to speak of many secrets, long buried.

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  • First, of course, you must come to the notice of your village oberyin and be found worthy.

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  • They could begin by teaching the oberyin new skills, instruct them in the making of new remedies and preventatives.

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  • Watching her tenderness, the oberyin turned away, shamefaced.

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  • He started for Bilik, and whether his hand was raised to deal the oberyin a blow or merely in a dramatic gesture, only he knew.

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  • How foolish was it of me to want to become an oberyin like you?

    TO STORM HEAVEN

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