What does Rincewind think right after that one time he casts a spell?
May 10, 2012 4:39 PM Subscribe
QuotationFilter: Rincewind the Wizzard cast a spell that one time (when he was in peril and the eighth spell needed to work through him to fry the cause of the peril with octarine fire) and then Rincewind thought something to the effect that he now understood why most wizards were single and pale (because doing magic was really satisfying and more fun than a normal life, apparently). I can't remember the exact wording, or find it in the books-- do you know? (I want to know because I might feel the same way about engineering.)