CasterQuest “The Wise Man’s Fear” Ch 99: Faens with Benefits

Ep 120 of CasterQuest “The Wise Man’s Fear” Book Club episode recapping Chapter 99Magic of a Different Kind

In this episode, Felurian schools Kvothe in the mystical arts of foreplay. Kvothe tries to pry information about the Amyr and Chandrian from his fairy girlfriend, but for once she doesn’t seem very enthusiastic about sharing. Kvothe ponders his reputation, and we wonder what’s the point of crafting reputation. We talk about the Tehlin church, the baffling Faen culture, and try to piece together some of the puzzle of ancient Temerant history.

 

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Music Credit: 

Opening track: The University” from “The Name of the Wind: The Unofficial Soundtrack” by composer Mark Haas. Available on iTunes or at markhaasmusic.com 

Midroll Track 1:   “Tempting Secrets” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Midroll Track 2:  “Magic Forest” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Closing Track: “Don’t Go Chase Felurian” by Mandy.

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