Caramon’s Quotes


Dragons of the Autumn Twilight

Dragons of the Winter Night

Dragons of the Spring Dawning

Dragons of the Summer Flame




The Companions

“‘Oh I don’t know about that,’ disagreed Caramon with a broad grin. ‘If they let Tas improvise with his hoopak, he’d stand a fighting chance.'” (141)

“‘How’d you ((Kitiara)) get captured so easily? I thought Caramon was the only stupid Majere.'” ((Evil Tas)) (251)

Bridges of Time

Spirit of the Wind

“Caramon had a vague recollection of Tas saying once that the strange hairstyle was a sign of noble blood among kender. Flint had had a thing or two to say about using ‘noble’ and ‘kender’ in the same sentence.” (45)

“‘Kendermore?’ echoed Caramon, incredulous.

Catt leaned over the bar, her brow furrowing. ‘I don’t mean to intrude,’ she said, ‘but is there a reason you’re pouring beer all over the floor?'” (46)

“‘He’s not the man he used to be, you know. He’s old, fat, slow-and he never was very bright. I doubt he could even kill a hobgoblin these days.’

‘Thanks, Tika,’ Caramon muttered.” (48)

Other books

The Soulforge

You think you know my brother, Caramon said, talking silently to a line of faces. You, Master Theobald, and you, John Farnish, and you, Sturm Brightblade, and all the rest of you. You call him ‘Sly’ and ‘Sneak.’ You say he’s cold and calculating and unfeeling. You think you know him. I know him. Caramon’s eyes filled with tears. I know him. I’m the only one.(102)

((Caramon watching Raistlin take care of their sick mother))

“‘You are wise, Caramon. Did you know that?’

‘There is a difference between wisdom and intelligence, my brother.’ ‘A person may have one without the other.'(105)

((Raistlin to Caramon))

“‘He’s good at magic,’ Caramon said, still not comprehending what this was all about. He might have added, in the same tone, that Raistlin was good at gardening or at cooking fried eggs, for that was how Caramon viewed it.”(257)

((After Kitiara mentions Raistlin casting a spell far above his level))

“‘There could be lots of reasons,’ said Caramon stoutly. ‘Maybe he’s being held prisoner in a dungeon by a mad wizard. Oh, sorry, Raist. I didn’t mean it the way it sounded.'”(277)

((Caramon giving Sturm a possible explanation for his missing father))

“‘Of coarse this means a lot to me, Caramon. It means everything! I have worked and studied almost my entire life for this chance. What would you have me do- cast it aside because it is dangerous? Life is dangerous, Caramon. Just stepping out that door is dangerous! You cannot hide me from danger. Death floats in the air, creeps through the window, comes in with the hand-shake of a stranger. If we stop living because we fear death then we have already died.'”

((Raistlin telling Caramon why he’ll risk his life for the Test))

Last modified on October 24, 2009