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- As Bear and Crispin approach Great Wexly, traffic (foot and horse traffic, that is) picks up around the city. Some things never change.
- They see people from all walks of life, and Bear tells Crispin what clothing and other clues signify about a person's life.
- Great Wexly is encircled by a high wall, and they notice that soldiers are only letting a few people at a time in—as if they're looking for someone. Uh-oh…
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