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Nothing is easy, nothing is sacred.

Need to move up a grade? Set your teacher on fire Advice Kvothe

Nothing is easy, nothing is sacred.

Need to move up a grade? Set your teacher on fire Advice Kvothe

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From the Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothfuss

Kvothe y Auri

Part of my final illustration project based in Patrick Rothfuss's Kingkiller Chronicles. I love Auri-Kvothe conversations. I think that conversation is . Auri and Kvothe: The key

“Elodin proved a difficult man to find. He had an office in Hollows, but never seemed to use it. When I visited Ledgers and Lists, I discovered he only taught one class: Unlikely Maths. However, this was less than helpful in tracking him down, as according to the ledger, the time of the class was 'now' and the location was 'everywhere.” ― Patrick Rothfuss, The Name of the Wind

Mathematical Masterpieces: Making Art From Equations at the annual Bridges……

My mind just blew itself

Funny pictures about 24 Pictures That Might Blow Your Mind. Oh, and cool pics about 24 Pictures That Might Blow Your Mind. Also, 24 Pictures That Might Blow Your Mind photos.

from 'the name of the wind' by patrick rothfuss. I need to reread this. And actually read Wise Man's Fear. And read half a hundred other books.

Another favorite quote -- "Anyone can love a thing because." -- Patrick Rothfuss, author of The Name of the Wind

Ambrose turned on his heel and stormed off, but before he made it through the door, Elodin burst out singing:‘He’s a well-bred ass, you can see it in his stride!And for a copper penny he will let you take a ride!— Patrick Rothfuss #PatrickRothfuss #quote #quotation #aphorism #quoteallthethings

Ambrose turned on his heel and stormed off, but before he made it through the door, Elodin burst out singing:‘He’s a well-bred ass, you can see it in his stride!And for a copper penny he will let you.

Elodin Quotes

Elodin Quotes

-Kvothe, The Name of the Wind

Quotes, The Name of the Wind Uma das melhores citações de "O nome do vento"