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- The next three days passed quickly for Eragon, if not for the rest of the Varden, who remained mired in lethargy.26 — Discovery (1% in)
- The only creatures who appeared immune to the general lethargy were the lean, half-feral dogs that ranged through the camp, constantly sniffing as they searched for discarded scraps of food.23 — Thardsvergundnzmal (19% in)
- For whatever reason, the energy required to maintain the second spell multiplied out of all proportion to the first, and he soon felt the symptoms that indicated the magic was upon the verge of stealing away what little remained of his life force: a coldness of his hands, an uncertainty in the beating of his heart, and an overwhelming sense of lethargy, which was perhaps the most worrying sign of all.47 — A Crown of Ice and Snow (79% in)
- With relief, Eragon felt his burden decrease as the dragon's strength flowed into him, a flush of fever-like heat that washed away his lethargy and restored the vigor of his limbs.47 — A Crown of Ice and Snow (80% in)
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