there to be afraid of?" she managed.
"Us," said Granny Weatherwax, smugly.
are them things on the walls?"
"Sigils," said Granny sourly. "Or
"Fancy," said Nanny politely. "And
all them robes and wands and things, too."
said Granny Weatherwax, with a sniff. "When
I was a gel, we had a lump of wax and a couple of
pins and had to be content. We had to make our
own enchantment in them days. --Magrat's
the hearth was a huge pokerwork sign saying
"Mother". No tyrant in the whole
history of the world had ever achieved a
domination so complete. --re: Nanny Ogg
said Granny, witheringly. "As if the world
weren't full of enough history without inventing
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