I was reading the original trilogy recently and was thinking about how the prophecies of the white prophet can have partial fulfillments. Like when the fool tries to explain his dream of a buck rising from black stone to fitz. Well, there is a chapter intro that says some prophets wrote of how the catalyst would be betrayed and child given to his enemies by one whose love and loyalty were bond question. I got to thinking about how the servants knew about withywoods? Who stands to benefit, who else might not want dragons in the world? Obviously the servants sought out the chalxedeans because they don't like dragons, and this was where I followed it where I didn't want to- Chade seems to be discontented with dragons in the world, but why would he put his and fitz kids all in one home? Why is withywoods a place where chivalry is sent to be forgotten, and the people there forget bee also? This seems like a place for "unexpected" sons indeed, because they can't remember things! I'm super excited to read the next book. Anyone else rereading and catch this? Maybe it's the fool again betraying him, idk.