A dead wizard from Aydindril appears. Zedd uses the wizard's amulet to go to Aydindril with Kahlan. Unfortunately, it splits Kahlan in two: with Zedd, a one with reason and powers, and with Richard and Cara, a one without either.

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A dead wizard from Aydindril appears. Zedd uses the wizard's amulet to go to Aydindril with Kahlan. Unfortunately, it splits Kahlan in two: with Zedd, a one with reason and powers, and with Richard and Cara, a one without either.

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[Kahlan sees Cara take a leaf out of Richard's hair]
Kahlan: What are you two doing?
Richard Cypher: We're just discussing whether we should go through the mountains or cross the river.
Kahlan: [to Cara] You had your hands all over him.
Cara: I was taking a leaf out of his hair.
Kahlan: I may not have my powers, but I have EYES, Cara. I know what I saw. You can't stand it that Richard and I were together last night.
Cara: Why would I care?
Kahlan: Do you think I don't see how you look at him? "I'd die for you, Richard"? "How can I serve you, Richard"? You...
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