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Ri — Eye of the Ocean Book One 203
“I might have been mistaken,” he told the tass'altin, still not seeing more
than he had at the start, but beginning to believe it was a talent in the other
man, not a lack. “The ti'Linn Temples? Gate Stations?”
His voice as soft: “In Bilo'pan Plain.”
An area of space that was predominately ti'Linn and which included the ti'Linn
home-worlds. And the San of his Household hadn't been in attendance yesterday
morning. And no ti'Linn in the corridors during his walk to see the Emperor.
“Vo'ti?” Sarkalt asked.
“Shape doesn't define loyalty,” Vo'ti said. Sharp claws scraped against the
floor and the ti'Linn rose to full height.
“No, it doesn't.” Sarkalt sat back on his heels. “What should I call you?” he
asked the tass'altin.
He gathered Sarkalt's braids into his lap. “Pida.”
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Watching Sarkalt pace, Quin'tat remained seated, his back against a pillar,
the remains of their breakfast spread out beside him, one of the books from the
Law Clerk's library in his hands. Three books out of the hundreds found there.
“I've never been to Camerat,” Sarkalt said as he turned his back to the spiral,
then, looking as though he might wander off again, finally knelt across from