„Nobles’ sons are one of nature’s great destructive forces, like floods or tornadoes. When you’re struck with one of these catastrophes, the only thing an average man can do is grit his teeth and try to minimize the damage.“

—  Patrick Rothfuss, Chapter 31, “The Nature of Nobility” (p. 222)
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