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I am a big fan of Patrick Rothfuss' wonderful series "The Kingkiller Chronicle", often known by the title of the first book "The Name of the Wind". Few books have captivated me as much as this series <= seconded. Auri and Kvothe from TNOTF

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Slow regards of SIlent things by MarcSimonetti.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Cover art by Marc Simonetti for the French, Brazilian, Dutch, and Hungarian editions of 'The Slow Regard of Silent Things', part of the 'Kingkiller Chronicles' series by Patrick Rothfuss

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Kvothe - The Name of the Wind - Kingkiller Chronicle

Auri. Original name unknown. As featured in Patrick Rothfuss' The Kingkiller Chronicles. Moon fae, lost girl, cracked student, denizen of The Underthing, mystery and light. Our Lady of Secrets and Friendship.

As featured in Patrick Rothfuss' The Kingkiller Chronicles. Moon fae, lost girl, cracked student, denizen of The Underthing, mystery and light.

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Kvothe meets Haliax - Name of the Wind by BradSuttonArt. This is exactly how I pictured it.

“Opinion is really the lowest form of human knowledge. It requires no accountability, no understanding. The highest form of knowledge is empathy, for it requires us to suspend our egos and live in another’s world. It requires profound purpose larger than the self kind of understanding.”  - Bill Bullard  original artwork by: Tobias Goldschalt  **image source http://www.tobiarts.com/**  http://wiccanmoonsong.blogspot.com/2013/09/daily-message-september-28-2013.html

“Opinion is really the lowest form of human knowledge. It requires no accountability, no understanding. The highest form of knowledge is emp.

Kvothe tell tale., Marco  Teixeira on ArtStation at http://www.artstation.com/artwork/kvothe-tell-tale

This art was inspired by the book "The Wise Man's Fear" by Patrick Rothfuss. Where the main character, Kvothe, tell the story of the boy who was born with a gold screw in his belly button. An incredible little tale of an amazing book. By Marco Teixeira

Kvothe: El nombre del viento / El temor de un hombre sabio

Kvothe: El nombre del viento / El temor de un hombre sabio

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